Collecting evidence is crucial in cases of animal abuse, and a veterinary perspective can help the prosecution achieve a conviction. A series of lectures at this year's BSAVA congress considered the process of veterinary forensics, from the initial crime scene investigation through to presenting the evidence in court. Georgina Mills reports
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