By William G. Eckert.
Advent to the Forensic Sciences, W.G. Eckert ancient improvement of Forensic Sciences, W.G. Eckert Criminalistics, W.G. Eckert Forensic Psychiatry, W.G. Eckert Coordination of Forensic actions and Use in courtroom, W.G. Eckert felony drugs and Jurisprudence, C. Wecht Forensic Pathology, B. Knight and G. Eckert Forensic Toxicology, A. Polkis puzzled files, W.H. Storer Bloodstain trend Interpretation, S.H. James and C.F. Edel Serology and DNA Typing, G.T. Duncan and M.L. Tracey Forensic Odontology, M. Bernstein Forensic Anthropology, M.Y. Iscan and S.R. Loth Appendix A: assets in Forensic Sciences, W.G. Eckert Appendix B: word list of phrases, W.G. Eckert Appendix C: ancient Chronology of yank Crime and Forensic difficulties, W.G. Eckert Index
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There are, however, legal citations from 1876 of cases involving investigation of rifle markings on fatal bullets, of the effect of muzzle flashes on paper and hair, and of various other examinations involving the effect of firearms discharge on clothing. Dr. Albert L. Hall, a medical practitioner in rural New York, was recognized as an outstanding exponent of firearms investigation at the turn of the century. Dr. S. Army Ordnance Department, was recognized as a leader in firearms identification.
Examples of these are turpentine, gasoline, kerosene, and the heavier fuel and diesel oils. Those laboratories without GC-MS or GC-IR certainly have the option of further analysis performed by a laboratory with those capabilities if deemed necessary. ©1997 CRC Press LLC Serology Forensic serology is concerned with the analysis, identification, and individualization of body fluids and tissues, secretions, and excretions. Blood, semen, and saliva are the most frequently encountered types of samples but occasionally samples such as perspiration, urine, gastric contents, and feces may be examined for purposes of characterization.
In one case, the head of a woman was found under a church cellar floor. An attempt had been made to burn and destroy the body; only the upper jaw remained intact. It was suspected that the remains were those of the wife of a man who disappeared under suspicious circumstances 15 months earlier. 30 The second significant case in that year occurred near Luton, England, where the body of a decomposed, naked, edentate female was discovered in a stream. Within 90 days, 11 people positively identified the body as that of four different women, none of whom was the victim.