Forensic dentistry is defined as the branch of
forensic medicine that applies to which of the
Dental knowledge to the Federal court system
Dental knowledge to civil and criminal
Dental knowledge to bite mark analysis
Dental knowledge of insurance companies
The primary reason the Navy has been directed to
establish forensic dental identification capability is
to assure which of the following requirements?
To assist in the identification of human
For any inheritance of the deceased's next of
For any claim of insurance held by the victim
To comply with State and Federal laws
Without positive identification, any inheritance and
last will and testament could be delayed for how
Until the person is declared legally dead
Up to 7 years
Both 2 and 3 above
A graphic example of the psychological aspect of
the need for forensic identification to the next of kin
was experienced in which, if any, of the following
1. Legal issues
3. Vietnam "missing in action"
4. None of the above
Which of the following body characteristics is the
most commonly used method to identify an
4. Visual recognition
For many reasons, tattoos should be used as a
primary means for positive identification.
In the military, what type of personal item is used to
specifically assist in identifying an individual?
Government credit card
Command name tags
In a court of law, which of the following proofs of
identity provides an acceptable positive identity of a
Of all the methods of ID, which of the following is
the best known?
Fingerprint ID is always acceptable in a court of
DNA analysis is also known by which of the
Dental identification is a definitive means of
positive identification of unknown human remains.
Dental evidence tends to survive much better than
which of the following other evidences?
All of the above
1. T r u e