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    Silent witness

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    Silent witness

    Ferllini Timms, Roxana.

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    Fingerprints and talking bones : how real-life crimes are solved

    Jones, Charlotte Foltz.

    Describes the many different methods used to solves crimes including skeletal and facial reconstruction, botanical or geological information, voiceprints, and hypnosis.

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    Dead reckoning

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    Forensic science

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    Forensic science

    This new edition addresses one of the fastest-growing subjects in academic curriculum-the forensic sciences. Over the past decade, there has been an explosion of both public and academic interest in the application of scientific techniques to the investigation of crime. The topic list of Salem's new reference set has been carefully constructed to cover the full range of the forensic sciences. You will find detailed essays on specific types of investigations, such as arson, child abduction and kidnapping, homicide, and computer crime; both general and specific investigative techniques, such as autopsies, ballistics, chromatography, crime scene documentation, fingerprint analysis, and polygraph analysis; specialized equipment, such as bomb and nuclear detection devices; and types of evidence, such as fire debris, fibers and filaments, glass, and blood residue and stains. The set includes brief articles on some of the most important federal legislation, selected Supreme Court decisions and a variety of important legal principles to help illuminate the legal dimensions of the Forensic sciences. Forensic Science provides extensive coverage of specific historical subjects that present fascinating case studies in the application of forensic science. These range from overviews of ancient criminal cases and mysteries and ancient science in law and courtrooms to examinations of high-profile modern cases.--Publisher.

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    Forensic science

    This new edition addresses one of the fastest-growing subjects in academic curriculum-the forensic sciences. Over the past decade, there has been an explosion of both public and academic interest in the application of scientific techniques to the investigation of crime. The topic list of Salem's new reference set has been carefully constructed to cover the full range of the forensic sciences. You will find detailed essays on specific types of investigations, such as arson, child abduction and kidnapping, homicide, and computer crime; both general and specific investigative techniques, such as autopsies, ballistics, chromatography, crime scene documentation, fingerprint analysis, and polygraph analysis; specialized equipment, such as bomb and nuclear detection devices; and types of evidence, such as fire debris, fibers and filaments, glass, and blood residue and stains. The set includes brief articles on some of the most important federal legislation, selected Supreme Court decisions and a variety of important legal principles to help illuminate the legal dimensions of the Forensic sciences. Forensic Science provides extensive coverage of specific historical subjects that present fascinating case studies in the application of forensic science. These range from overviews of ancient criminal cases and mysteries and ancient science in law and courtrooms to examinations of high-profile modern cases.--Publisher.

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    Forensic science

    This new edition addresses one of the fastest-growing subjects in academic curriculum-the forensic sciences. Over the past decade, there has been an explosion of both public and academic interest in the application of scientific techniques to the investigation of crime. The topic list of Salem's new reference set has been carefully constructed to cover the full range of the forensic sciences. You will find detailed essays on specific types of investigations, such as arson, child abduction and kidnapping, homicide, and computer crime; both general and specific investigative techniques, such as autopsies, ballistics, chromatography, crime scene documentation, fingerprint analysis, and polygraph analysis; specialized equipment, such as bomb and nuclear detection devices; and types of evidence, such as fire debris, fibers and filaments, glass, and blood residue and stains. The set includes brief articles on some of the most important federal legislation, selected Supreme Court decisions and a variety of important legal principles to help illuminate the legal dimensions of the Forensic sciences. Forensic Science provides extensive coverage of specific historical subjects that present fascinating case studies in the application of forensic science. These range from overviews of ancient criminal cases and mysteries and ancient science in law and courtrooms to examinations of high-profile modern cases.--Publisher.

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    Solving crimes

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    Solving crimes : pioneers of forensic science

    Fridell, Ron.

    Profiles the work of six individuals whose work shaped the field of forensic science: Alphonse Betrillon, Edward Henry, Karl Landsteiner, Edmond Locard, Clyde Snow, and Alec Jeffreys.

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    Crime lab

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    What the corpse revealed

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    Crime science

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    Forensics

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    Forensics

    Platt, Richard.

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    Beyond the crime lab

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    Encyclopedia of forensic science

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    Encyclopedia of forensic science

    Bell, Suzanne.

    Provides an overview of the core topics in forensic science in one volume. Includes approximately 650 entries with cross references.

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    Stalking Jack the Ripper

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    Stalking Jack the Ripper

    Maniscalco, Kerri, author.

    A gothic murder mystery set in gritty Victorian-era London, where an intrepid society girl finds herself embroiled in the investigation of a serial killer known as Jack the Ripper.

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    Final lap

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    Final lap

    Rose, Malcolm.

    In a futuristic London, sixteen-year-old forensic investigator Luke Harding and his robotic assistant, Malc, investigate the murder of two construction workers who were trying to complete a stadium during a very important sporting event.

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    Roll call

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    Roll call

    Rose, Malcolm.

    In a futuristic London, sixteen-year-old forensic investigator Luke Harding and his robotic assistant, Malc, investigate a series of murders in which there are no traces of a murder weapon, and the only thing the victims seem to have in common is their name.

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    The bone detectives

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    The bone detectives : how forensic anthropologists solve crimes and uncover mysteries of the dead

    Jackson, Donna, 1958-

    Explores the world of forensic anthropology and its applications in solving crimes.

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    Detective science

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    Detective science : 40 crime-solving, case-breaking, crook-catching activities for kids

    Wiese, Jim, 1948-

    Shows how detectives and forensic experts use science to do their jobs and presents experiments which explore the world of forensic science and criminal investigation.

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    Gut-eating bugs : maggots reveal the time of death! / Forensic Files

    Denega, Danielle.

    Profiles real-life cases that have been solved through forensic entomological evidence; and explores the career of a forensic entomologist.

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    Skulls and skeletons : true-life stories of bone detectives / Forensic Files

    Denega, Danielle.

    Presents a collection of real-life cases that have been solved by forensic anthropologists.

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    Bullet proof! : the evidence that guns leave behind / Forensic Files

    Joyce, Jaime, 1971-

    Profiles famous cases solved by forensic firearm identification; including the St. Valentine's Day Massacre and the 2002 sniper attacks in Washington, D.C.; and explores the career of a firearm examiner.

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    Toe tagged : true stories from the morgue / Forensic Files

    Joyce, Jaime, 1971-

    Profiles real-life cases that have been solved using evidence found during an autopsy; and explores the career of a forensic pathologist.

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    The right bite : dentists as detectives / Forensic Files

    Winchester, Elizabeth.

    Explores the work of forensic dentists, describing techniques they use to help solve crimes and discussing real cases.

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    Forensics

    Platt, Richard.

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    Written in bone : buried lives of Jamestown and Colonial Maryland

    Walker, Sally M.

    Reports on the work of forensic scientists who are excavating grave sites in James Fort, in Jamestown, Virginia, to understand who lived in the Chesapeake Bay area in the 1600s and 1700s; and uncovers the lives of a teenage boy, a ship's captain, a colonial officer, an African slave girl, and others.

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    Cold case files

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    Cold case files the most infamous cases

    The stories of ten of the toughest and most fascinating true crimes, combining the lastest in forensic techniques with old-fashioned police work to show how the mystery is finally solved and the culprit apprehended.

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    Forensic science shred of evidence

    This fascinating documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the secret and secretive world of forensic science. Visiting Scotland Yard's laboratories-reputedly the finest such laboratories in the world-the program shows how modern technology can turn a particle of sand or a piece of thread into a clue that leads to solving a crime.

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    Trails of evidence

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    The scene of the crime

    Profiles crime scene investigation history from the time of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Discusses the contributions of Reiss and Locard to crime scene analysis, along with Godart's role in the 1927 Sacco and Vanzetti investigation. Describes how technological advances in forensic sciences have affected crime investigation. Includes scenario of a murder investigation.

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