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Trace Evidence Analysis

Author : Max M. Houck
ISBN : 0080474624
Genre : Social Science
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Trace Evidence Analysis continues and builds upon the tradition of its successful companion title Mute Witnesses (2000). The book contains nine entirely new cases, each self-contained in its own chapter, covering everything from homicides to accident reconstruction. It includes contributions from some of the premier forensic scientists in the field who provide detailed accounts of the process of collection, classification, and analysis of microscopic evidence to draw definitive conclusions that solved actual cases. The book discusses the role of evidence in solving cases and explores the legal and ethical responsibility of the forensic scientist. It examines real-world application of scientific methods and analytic principles, including evidence gathering, instrumentation, sampling methods, analysis, and interpretation; and features over 160 full-color figures that illustrate the relevant case evidence. This book is a recommended resource for forensic microscopists and trace evidence analysts, crime laboratories, crime scene technicians, criminal investigators, forensic science professionals and students, and the legal community. Contains contributions from some of the premier forensic scientists in the field Discusses the role of evidence in solving cases and explores the legal and ethical responsibility of the forensic scientist Explores real-world application of scientific methods and analytic principles including evidence gathering, instrumentation, sampling methods, analysis, and interpretation Includes over 160 full-color figures that illustrate the relevant case evidence
Category: Social Science

Trace Evidence

Author : Bruce Henderson
ISBN : 9780684807089
Genre : True Crime
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The chilling story of serial murderer Roger Kibbe and his violent attacks on women in the West is based on hundreds of interviews of those close to the case, including Kibbe's wife and the key investigators. 25,000 first printing.
Category: True Crime

Mute Witnesses

Author : Max M. Houck
ISBN : 0123567602
Genre : Social Science
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Trace evidence is small, even microscopic remnants of materials found at a crime scene or on a victim. The term "mute witnesses" is commonly used to refer to these small bits of evidence such as paint smears, fibers, hair strands, dirt particles, glass fragments, and other items. Trace evidence can be used to tell the story of how a crime was committed and to identify and convict suspects. Recent improvements in the techniques used to collect and analyze trace evidence have played a key role in solving many cases that might have gone unsolved just a few years ago. Mute Witnesses: Trace Evidence Analysis presents intriguing case studies from well-recognized experts and bright young stars in the field. Each chapter presents the facts of one or more prominent cases (particularly cases where DNA evidence was not available or was inconclusive), follows the progress of the investigation and how trace evidence assisted, and highlights important aspects for teaching. The cases cover carpet "nubs," hair and wig fibers, plastics in automobiles, glass, feathers, cross-transfer evidence, and more. This unique book shows how the latest analysis techniques can provide new leads, detect evidence that has been transferred from one place to another, and closely link suspects, victims, and crime scenes. Numerous photographs and illustrations are included throughout the text. The material is written in a style that is accessible to trace analysts, crime scene specialists, police officers, lawyers, and students. This book is ideal for training, review, or general interest. * Real case studies show how trace evidence was used to help solve difficult cases * Written by top investigators from the FBI, crime labs, state police, etc. * Outlines how the latest analysis techniques can provide new leads and closely link suspects, victims, and crime scenes * Includes numerous color photographs and illustrations * Designed for training, reference, or general interest
Category: Social Science

Solving Crimes With Trace Evidence

Author : Gary Jeffrey
ISBN : 1404214321
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes how pieces of trace evidence, including fingerprints, fibers, and blood, are used to help solve criminal investigations, and includes three case studies in graphic novel format that used the processing of trace evidence.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Trace Evidence

Author : Max M. Houck
ISBN : 9781438116884
Genre : Evidence, Criminal
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Explores the microscopic world in which the forensic scientist works by addressing the issues of what constitutes evidence; important methods of trace analysis, including spectroscopy and chromatography; human and animal hairs and what can be determined by examining them; and manufactured and natural fibers and the many ways in which they appear in textiles and are analyzed in the laboratory.
Category: Evidence, Criminal

Trace Evidence

Author : Stephen Eldridge
ISBN : 9780766045613
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Footprints...fingerprints...clothing fibers...hair. Wherever we go, we leave some evidence, or pick some up and take it with us. For this reason, detectives and forensic scientists have been using trace evidence to catch criminals for more than a hundred years. Readers find out the techniques scientists use to collect and analyze evidence with these fascinating stories about how trace evidence helped solve crimes.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Trace Evidence

Author : Carla Cassidy
ISBN : 9781460311660
Genre : Fiction
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SOMEONE WANTED HER DEAD… But the only man who could keep proudly independent Tamara Greystone safe was brooding crime scene investigator Clay James, who insisted she do things his way if she wanted to see tomorrow. Terrified by a crazed stalker, the Native American teacher had no choice but to move in with her stubborn, sexy protector. But who would come to her heart's rescue? Because living with this man, touching him, kissing him, was the last thing she needed. And the very thing she wanted.
Category: Fiction

Trace Evidence

Author : Elizabeth Becka
ISBN : 9781401382766
Genre : Fiction
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A gripping suspense novel that introduces forensic expert Evelyn James as she tries to decipher trace evidence and solve a bizarre crime It's a cold Cleveland November day when forensic trace evidence expert Evelyn James is summoned to the scene of a bizarre crime. A young woman has been forcibly drowned, her feet chained and sunk in cement. When a second young victim is connected to a prominent family, all hell breaks loose, and the police--and Evelyn--are up against it to find the murderer. Evelyn just wants to get the job done, but is pulled into a web of conflicting loyalties, unexpected relationships, and professional betrayal. When Evelyn suspects that her own teenage daughter has become a pawn in the killer's plans, she must remain true to herself and her skills and follow the evidence to the murderer's door.
Category: Fiction

Trace Evidence

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ISBN : 9781475165319
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Trace Evidence In Tarrant County

Author : Delores Fossen
ISBN : 1426886950
Genre : Fiction
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Sheriff Carley Matheson had her hands full: A sixteen-year-old unsolved murder and a strong hunch that the killer had resurfaced and struck again. As if things couldn't get any worse, the Texas Rangers had sent Sloan McKinney—the one man she'd always tried to keep at a distance— to spearhead the investigation. Now the only way to keep the citizens of Justice, Texas, safe—and solve two connected crimes—was to join forces. But someone resented Carley and Sloan digging up the past, and before long two of Texas's finest found themselves caught in the crosshairs of a murderer.
Category: Fiction