Gear: Physical Evidence in Forensic Science
Physical Evidence in Forensic Science.
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Details often make the difference between winning and losing that important case. This in-depth reference also provides you with the details regarding: light and smoke at the crime scene, bullet identification, the difference between transient and pattern evidence, noting post-mortem lividity marks and other special imprints and indentations, how odors offer clues to the crime, studying dry versus wet blood samples, how to do a crime scene reconstruction, and most importantly how to recognize and co-ordinate all the elements of the crime scene.