At this time, little to no research has been conducted on the use of postmortem iris scanning as a biometric measurement of identification. Similar to deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), irises are a highly individualizing components of the human body and are unique between an individual’s left and right eye and between identical twins, proving to be more biometrically distinct than DNA 1,2. Because of this, iris identification has continued to grow as a means of security both in the private and public sector, allowing for a smooth transition if the technology were to be implemented in a forensic sciences setting such as medicolegal death investigation.