). In 1000 A.D. a Roman attorney named Quintilian proved that a blind man was framed of killing his mother by showing a bloody fingerprint that belonged to someone else. In the year 1248, the Chinese published “Hsi DuanYu”, a book thatinformed people how to tell the difference between a drowned and strangluated victim. Ambroise Paré,a French army surgeon, wrote a book in the 1540’s on how gunshot and arrow wounds affect our internal organs. In the 1830’s, since Arsenic had been commonly used for murder, James Marsh createdthe first affective Arsenic detection test. This test is still used today. In 1892, Francis Galton publishedthe first book on fingerprints and how they can lead to solving crimes. Later in 1897, the firstfingerprinting bureau opened in India. It was not until 1906, that Unites States began fingerprintingcriminals. In 1905, Theodore Roosevelt organized the Federal Bureau of Investigation, also known asFBI. They created their own crime laboratory in 1932. However, the first police crime laboratory ever established was in 1910 by Edmund Locard. The DNA profiling technique was first produced in 1985 by Sir Alec Jeffreys. Gradually over the years, new things that are essential in forensic science todaywere being constantly discovered.Today, forensic science is split into several branches. Each branch has a specific duty to perform its joband find answers based on all the evidence and information they get from a crime scene. These branches include forensic biology, forensic chemistry, forensic anthropology, forensic odontology,forensic pathology, and forensic psychology. It often takes several branches to solve a case.