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Crime science : methods of forensic detection

Nickell, Joe.

Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c1999.

ix, 300 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

The O.J. Simpson trial. The Lindbergh kidnapping. The death of Marilyn Monroe. The assassination of the Romanovs. The Atlanta child murders. All controversial cases. All investigated with the latest techniques in forensic science. Nationally respected investigators Joe Nickell and John Fischer explain the science behind the criminal investigations that have captured the nation's attention. Crime Science is the only comprehensive guide to forensics. Without being overly technical or treating scientific techniques superficially, the authors introduce readers to the work of firearms experts, document examiners, fingerprint technicians, medical examiners, and forensic anthropologists. Each topic is treated in a separate chapter, in a clear and understandable style. Nickell and Fisher describe fingerprint classification and autopsies, explain how fibers link victims to their killers, and examine the science underlying DNA profiling and toxicological analysis. From weapons analysis to handwriting samples to shoe and tire impressions, Crime Science outlines the indispensable tools and techniques that investigators use to make sense of a crime scene. Each chapter closes with a study of a well-known case, revealing how the principles of forensic science work in practice.

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ISBN:

0813120918 (cloth : acid-free paper)

LC Call No:

HV8073 .N517 1999

Dewey Class No:

363.25 21

Author:

Nickell, Joe.

Title:

Crime science : methods of forensic detection / Joe Nickell and John F. Fischer.

Publisher:

Lexington : University Press of Kentucky, c1999.

Physical:

ix, 300 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

BibliogrphyNote:

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subject:

Criminal investigation.

Subject:

Forensic sciences.

Subject:

Criminal investigation--Technological innovations.

AE:PersName:

Fischer, John F.

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