|Posted on Thursday, October 21, 2004 - 08:05 pm: ||
man, u a petty *** ****. If u live in some town with 5 people and trillions of government money they just might even think about fingerprinting some bottles. It costs money everytime the crimelab gets called down to do fingerprints. You have to toe-tag someone before fingerprints get taken, and so what if they did have fingerprints. That doesn't mean a conviction. Im kind of laughing at this. Don't let no one scare you. Your cool
|Posted on Wednesday, May 19, 2004 - 02:29 am: ||
what equipment do scientists use in the forensic world?
|Posted on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 01:38 pm: ||
police tend to process all types of cases. they might not have any prints to compare to but they will keep them on file and if you are ever arrested the prints they take will be compared with those prints of the carton and bottles you touched in that vandalism. bottom line... stay good.
PS... if you happen to be the owner of the property that was vandalized i would say police have to sometimes make decisions on what types of cases get full attention. in an ideal world they would have been processed. in some situations they may not.
|Posted on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 01:13 am: ||
i was wondering, in what cases would fingerprints be taked from surfaces ... would it just be for important cases such as murder, or would the police try to lift fingerprints off of bottles or cartons left from vandalism???