forensic ADJECTIVE 1) relating to or denoting the application of scientific methods to the investigation of crime. 2) of or relating to courts of law.
NOUN (forensics) forensic tests or techniques.
DERIVATIVES forensically adverb.
ORIGIN Latin forensis 'in open court, public' , from forum 'what is out of doors' .

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