Specimens sent for toxicology testing are usually collected by the forensic pathologist (who may also be an appointed “medical examiner” or “coroner” in some jurisdictions) or mortuary technician duri
Toxicology allows people to see what happened, internally, after death. It is a set of tests done during an autopsy, and a chain of events is necessary throughout all procedures. I tampered, or the evidence appears to have been tampered with, then the evidence will be dismissed in court. Different samples are taken from the human body, including, but not limited to: blood, urine, liver, bile, and hair. A toxicology report can hold a lot of information such as type of death and how the death was executed.