Forensic Science Handbook

Forensic Science Handbook

Book - 1982-
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Designed to provide practicing scientists with extensive knowledge and reference material to support scientific testimony in the courtroom, this book presents authoritative, updated reviews designed to familiarize the reader with the latest techniques and methods available to forensic scientists. Practitioners will find this volume and its two other companions to be a handy reference for acquiring a working knowledge of examination techniques for a wide-range of crime-scene evidence. This volume focuses on DNA analysis, fiber analysis, drug identification, firearm examination, the microscopic examination of physical evidence, and the characterization of biological stains. An invaluable training aid for those preparing themselves for a career in forensic science, and an invaluable reference handbook for those already in the profession.
Publisher: Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice-Hall, c1982-
ISBN: 9780133268508
0133268500
Characteristics: v. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Saferstein, Richard 1941-

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