Judicial Dactiloscopy

Iosif Florin Moldovan


The forensic technique that deals with the study design surface papillary under palms and soles of the feet is called dactiloscopy. The term comes from the Greek words typing = finger scopeo = to look, examine. Dactiloscopy judiciary is the branch of technology that deals with the study forensic dactiloscopy designs that are found in digital region, palmar and plantar as well as traces of these regions in the field of crime and corpses for identification purposes. Dactiloscopy identification is achieved by comparing the fingerprint examination marks in dispute papillary and papillary impressions comparison model, which means those in the filing cabinet fingerprint from the people in the circle of suspects, from people who are to be establish the identity of the corpses of unknown identity or papillary high marks on various objects belonging to the missing person.


Dactiloscopy; Fingerprint; The forensic technique; Papillary

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2F106


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