Trace evidence essentials of forensic science max m houck suzanne bell phd on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this text explores the microscopic world in which the forensic scientist works by addressing the issues of what constitutes evidence it looks at methods of trace analysis. From the hairs of a dog to tiny fiber fragments forensic analysts study these trace materials and interpret them for use in legal proceedings hairs and fibers are two of the most commonly found types of trace evidence and the focus of this book. Edited by a world renowned leading forensic expert the book is a long overdue solution for the forensic science community provides basic principles of forensic science and an overview of materials analysis contains information on a wide variety of trace evidence. Protection of trace evidence from loss or contamination is essential to ensure that it can be used in a court of law if need be forensic scientists who analyze trace evidence in the lab are typically called trace evidence examiners the trace evidence examinerss job begins when sample arrives at the lab from the scene of the crime. Nonetheless characterization of hair and fiber evidence has played an important role in providing investigative leads in many criminal cases it is not to be replaced in its entirety by dna analysis but to be used complimentarily with other disciplines and technology in forensic science
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