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Handbook of Forensic Science
Essential reading for students and practitioners, this handbook provides an authoritative map of the landscape of forensic science within the criminal justice system of the UK. It examines the identification of individuals and discusses the comparison of drugs, body fluids, and trace evidence. It also explores reconstructing events including those involving bloodstain patterns and fires. The book concludes by discussing the evaluation of scientific evidence and various themes and debates in contemporary forensic science.
696 pages; ISBN 9781134028702
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