Crime Scene Modeling

A physical model of a crime scene can be a clear and reliable way to explain complex scenarios to a jury during trial.  Perhaps the story of a surviving witness to a murder doesn’t quite match up with the facts of the scene.  Or it could be that the evidence of the scene supports their story when one can get a bird’s-eye view of a bullet trajectory or vehicle path.  Either way, a physical model can tell a story.  Unlike a digital model or video, it cannot malfunction or be shut off.  Its presence will be a constant reminder in the deliberation room of that story.  

Wolf Architecture uses the latest modeling techniques to accurately depict the important elements of a crime scene.  CNC modeling and laser cutting is integral to this process; more can be learned in those sections of our Tools & Technology page.