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By R.H. Walton

ISBN-10: 084932209X

ISBN-13: 9780849322099

Addressing tools quite beneficial to chilly circumstances, the e-book offers details on chilly case reconstruction, investigative recommendations, and case studies. the writer merges concept with perform utilizing case histories, photos, illustrations, and checklists to show suggestions and supply a pragmatic foundation for chilly circumstances. He combines suggestions from forensics, psychology, and felony research that have Read more...

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Local and state government agencies slowly began to build crime labs that could analyze physical evidence. In 1932, using a microscope borrowed from Bausch and Lomb, the origins of the FBI laboratory were born. By the middle of the century, the facility was conducting examinations for federal agencies and local and state law enforcement agencies. At this laboratory and others, forensic examinations included those related to firearms, serology, toolmark, paint, questioned documents, tire treads, shoeprints, and forensic geology.

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6). FORENSIC SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY In the 1950s, scientific breakthroughs laid the groundwork for significant advances in forensic and criminal investigation processes at the end of the century. In 1953, American scientist James Watson and Britain’s Francis Crick demonstrated the double helix of the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecule. This was the beginning of the ability to identify individuals not by grouping, as in ABO serology, but now down to the individual. This is further discussed in Chapter 15.

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