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Top aides to President Trump signaled skepticism, but insisted that the president's unconventional diplomacy had already yielded greater achievements than his predecessors could claim in reining in the North's rogue nuclear and ballistics program.
Under the Treasury department, ATF was the top regulator for the two products, but also saw its responsibilities grow to include crime gun ballistics tracing, and later, adding arson and explosives investigations.
Cooperman granted an evidentiary hearing on the ballistics evidence.
Police found 20 9mm bullet casings at the scene that ballistics tests matched to a Glock 9mm that investigators tied to Palmer, according to court records.
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BALLISTICS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ballistics for English Language Learners
: the science that studies the movement of objects (such as bullets or rockets) that are shot or forced to move forward through the air
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