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Rick Scott requires law enforcement agencies to submit rape kits for processing within 30 days.
Then, crime labs have 120 days to complete an analysis of the kits.
Illinois State University News - John Moody - March 14, 2016 Tying lipstick smears from crime scenes to specific brands For years, forensic scientists have applied various methods to remove lipstick samples from crime scenes and analyze their chemical constituents.
The Olympian - MELISSA SANTOS - March 15, 2016 A look inside the Brandon Police Forensic Identification Unit Lanny Stewart of the Westman Journal recently spent an afternoon with the Brandon Police Service Forensic Identification Unit, getting an all-access pass to what goes on 'behind the scenes'.
Westman Journal - Lanny Stewart - March 15, 2016 Solving the crime lab conundrum: Technology could bring lab to crime scene In his lab, Mulligan has managed to miniaturize an existing instrument known as the mass spectrometer.
Many current methods involve difficult or expensive steps such as a tedious lipstick removal process or examination of samples by Raman spectroscopy or X-ray diffraction.
But these methods require specialized equipment and training, which are in short supply in under-funded and over-worked forensics labs.