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Posted by Rudolphtests on September 11, 2012 at 3:25 PM

Discuss Conditional Evidence as it relates to a body...

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Reply Erin Thompkins
8:05 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action at a scene.
Examples: Lights, smoke, and odor
Reply Zachariah Nathan
9:04 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action as in smoke, and odor and light
Reply Taylor Mills
9:10 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional Evidence is algormortis, livormortis, and rigormortis.
Algor: body temperature that depends on the surroundings
Rigor: body tenses up, can sometimes tell how long a person has been dead
Livor: when blood flows to lowest point on the body, can tell how the person was positioned when they died
Reply elliott Belardo
9:17 PM on September 11, 2012 
conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action at a scene .
Examples : smoke , lights , and odor
Reply Bryttanie Slaton
10:00 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action as in smoke, and odor and ligh
Reply Victoria Ogletree
10:18 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional evidence deals with three different types of mortises:
algor- is the body temperature
livor-when the blood goes to the lowest part of the body
rigor-the feature of the body
Reply Keeyahna Foster
10:27 PM on September 11, 2012 
rigor mortis: stiffness of body after death
livor mortis: pooling of blood in area at the lowest part of the body
algor mortis: temperature of the body
Reply Chris Jackson
10:34 PM on September 11, 2012 
Three examples of Conditional Evidence as relates to the body are:
1. rigor mortis - the tensing of body muscles after death that helps to tell how long a body has been dead
2. livor mortis - the pooling of blood in the lowest part of a body after a person dies which helps to tell how a body was positioned at the time of death
3. algor mortis - the temperature of a dead body, depending on surroundings
Reply Tiara Arnold
11:10 PM on September 11, 2012 
Conditional evidence deals with three different types of mortises:
algor- is the body temperature
livor-when the blood goes to the lowest part of the body
rigor-the feature of the body
Reply Freddie Martin III
7:04 AM on September 12, 2012 
examples light smoke odor
evidence produced by a specific action or event
Reply Camille Boknight
8:41 AM on September 12, 2012 
The three examples of Conditional evidence as relates to the body are rigor mortis which is the tensing of body muscles. livor mortis which is the pooling of blood in the lowest part of a body after a person dies which helps to tell the bodies position and algor mortis which is the temperature of a dead body, depending on surroundings
Reply Michael Watson
9:40 AM on September 12, 2012 
conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action at a scene .
Examples : smoke , lights , and odor
Reply ashley munford
9:41 AM on September 12, 2012 
conditional evidence is evidence caused by a certain action at a scene .
Examples : smoke , lights , and odor
Reply Destiny Martinez
9:42 AM on September 12, 2012 
rigor mortis: stiffness of body after death
livor mortis: pooling of blood in area at the lowest part of the body
algor mortis: temperature of the body
Reply Nylea Hayes
9:43 AM on September 12, 2012 
body:rigor mortis(muscle and stife)
livor mortis(pulling or satling of blood)
algor mortis (temputare of death)
Reply Stephanie Silavong
9:44 AM on September 12, 2012 
Examples of conditional evidence as it relates to a body are position, types of wounds, livor mortis, and algor.
Reply Shanik Moore
12:13 PM on September 12, 2012 
Conditional Evidence can be detected by the poistion of the body, types of wounds, the tempertaure(algor), polling of blood (livor), and build up of body acid (rigor).
Reply Rhokaya Watts
12:17 PM on September 12, 2012 
Rigor mortis : Deals with the build of body fluid and muscle cramps .
Livor mortis: Examining ht epooling of blood
Algor mortis: Analyzing the temperature of the body.
Reply Lexi breed
2:53 PM on September 12, 2012 
Evidence produced by a specific event oraction; important in crime scene reconstruction and in determining the set of circumstances or sequence within a particular event
Reply Chemani Baxter
5:07 PM on September 12, 2012 
The following are examples of conditional evidence relating to a body:
rigormortis- the stiffness of the body after death
livor mortis: the pooling of blood in the area at the lowest part of the body
algor mortis: the temperature of the body