Forensic Medicine

Forensic Medicine, or Medical Jurisprudence, a branch of legal science in which the principles of medicine are applied to the purposes of the law, and originating out of the frequency with which medical points arise in the administration of justice, e. g. in murder trials and in cases where insanity is involved.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Foreland, North and South * Forest Laws
Foote, Samuel
Forbes, Archibald
Forbes, Duncan
Forbes, Edward
Forbes, James David
Forbes, Sir John
Forbes, Sir William
Ford, John
Fordun, John of
Foreland, North and South
Forensic Medicine
Forest Laws
Forfar
Forfarshire
Formosa
Fornarina
Forres
Forrest, Edwin
Fors Clavigera
Förster, Ernst
Förster, Friedrich Christoph