Criminalistics: Forensic Science and Crime
Criminalistics: Forensic Science and Crime gives readers an in-depth overview of this hot-button topic and explores the various tasks and actions that take place in crime scenes and laboratories all across the world today. It places criminalistics within the framework of basic chemistry and biology and clearly explains processes to readers with little or no scientific background. Using a unified approach that blends science with criminal justice, this text helps readers understand the necessities and processes of forensic science in the ever-advancing world of crime investigation.
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Investigating the Crime Scene
Systematic Search for Evidence
Criminal Evidence and the Fourth Amendment
Why Examine Physical Evidence?
Introduction to Criminalistics 2
Collection and Preservation of Arson Evidence
Drugs of Abuse
Blood Semen Saliva and an Introduction to DNA
Physical Evidence in Court
Conversion from the SI to the English System and
The Microscope and Forensic Identification of Hair and Fibers
Forensic Analysis of Glass
Erasures Obliterations and Alterations
Testimony of Document Examiners
Identifying Compounds in Evidence Samples
Forensic Characterization of Saliva
Nuclear DNA and the
Field Tests for Explosive Residue
Detection of Radiation
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