This A to Z encyclopedia provides a comprehensive, definitive, and up-to-date reference of the main areas of specialist and expert knowledge and skills used by those involved in all aspects of the forensic process, including, but not limited to, forensic scientists, doctors, practicing and academic lawyers, paralegals, police, crime scene investigators, analytical chemists, behavioral scientists and toxicologists. This five-volume set covers all topics which, either as part of an established forensic discipline or as a potentially useful emerging discipline, are of interest to those involved in the forensic process. This includes both the scientific methodology and the admissibility of evidence. The encyclopedia also provides case studies of landmark cases in the definition and practice of forensic science. Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science presents all material on a level and in a style that makes it accessible to a wide range of readers. In particular, lawyers needing to better understand the key aspects of the science, and scientists who require a deeper insight into legal issues will find the encyclopedia an important resource, as will physical, biological and behavioral scientists who require background information on the most important aspects of each otheras areas of expertise.... severe personality disorder) legislation 2:669 DTCs (diagnostic trouble codes) 1:55 DTGS (deuterated triglycine sulfate) detector 4:1937 DTT ... 5:2343 duration of action, amphetamines 1:136a7 duress defense 2:576a7, 577 Durham Standard 1:283; 5:2444 Durham v. ... 2:686a8 dynamic headspace concentration 3:1139 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 1:146 dynamic risk factors 5:2274, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science|
|Author||:||Allan Jamieson, Andre Moenssens|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-06-29|