Chemistry The Chemistry Section analyzes suspected drugs and fire debris, provides expert testimony, and educates law enforcement. Firearms Examination of firearms and components, bullets and cartridge cases, distance determination tests, toolmarks, serial number restoration, and NIBIN database. Forensic Biology The services of the Forensic Biology discipline are intended to assist the criminal justice system by providing timely scientific analysis of biological evidence. Implied Consent The Implied Consent Section oversees the state's breath alcohol testing program. Latent Prints Identification and comparison of fingerprints and AFIS database. Medical Examiners The Division of Forensic Sciences provides a complete service in Forensic Pathology under the authority of the Georgia Death Investigation Act. Operations Support Evidence receiving, entry into LIMS, evidence transport, and storage/disposition of evidence. Toxicology The Division of Forensic Sciences (DOFS) Toxicology Section provides state and local law enforcement officials and medical examiners with vital information about human biological samples and specifically whether drugs, alcohol or poisons may have played a role in the commission of a crime or a death. Trace Evidence The Trace Evidence section analyzes paint, plastic, hair, fiber, glass, fractured materials, general materials, and gunshot residue.