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Criminalistics: Forensic Science And Crime (Criminal Justice Illuminated) download ebook

by James Girard

Criminalistics: Forensic Science And Crime (Criminal Justice Illuminated) download ebook
ISBN:
0763735299
ISBN13:
978-0763735296
Author:
James Girard
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Learning; 1 edition (July 2, 2007)
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Pages:
482 pages
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1598 kb
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1309 kb
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Criminal Law
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Rating:
4.9

Criminalistics: Forensic Science, Crime, and Terrorism Hardcover. If you have no background in forensic cs, you will have a hard time learning the truth when there are so many false statements in this book.

Criminalistics: Forensic Science, Crime, and Terrorism Hardcover. Series: Criminal Justice Illuminated. Hardcover: 482 pages.

Principle topics such as fingerprint identification, DNA, paint and glass analysis, drug toxicology, and forensic soil characterization are thoroughly explained in a reader-friendly manner.

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Forensic science includes forensic pathology, odontology, entomology, engineering, criminology . In typical circumstances evidence is processed in a Crime lab. Criminalistics should not be confused with the field of criminology

Forensic science includes forensic pathology, odontology, entomology, engineering, criminology, and other disciplines. All of these are specialized sections in forensic science. Criminalistics should not be confused with the field of criminology. Criminologists are sociologists, psychologists, and others who study the causes and effects of crime on society. 2. What does a criminalist do?

Using a unified approach that blends science with criminal justice, this text helps readers understand the necessities and . Criminalistics: Forensic Science and Crime Criminal justice illuminated.

Using a unified approach that blends science with criminal justice, this text helps readers understand the necessities and processes of forensic science in the ever-advancing world of crime investigation.

Authors: James E Girard. Using A Unified Approach That Blends Science With Criminal Justice, This Text Helps Readers Understand The Necessities And Processes Of Forensic Science In The Ever-Advancing World Of Crime Investigation. Every textbook comes with a 21-day "Any Reason" guarantee. Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning.

Forensic science, also known as criminalistics, is the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly-on the criminal side-during criminal investigation, as governed by the legal standards of admissible evidence and criminal procedure

Forensic science, also known as criminalistics, is the application of science to criminal and civil laws, mainly-on the criminal side-during criminal investigation, as governed by the legal standards of admissible evidence and criminal procedure. Forensic scientists collect, preserve, and analyze scientific evidence during the course of an investigation.

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In many ways, global awareness of the ongoing threat of terrorism has expanded the role of criminalistics from traditional examination of crime scene and physical evidence to include assisting Homeland Security in deterring terrorism. Scientists and criminal justice professionals alike must be conscious of one another s efforts and understand the intricate policies and procedures that are evident within the area of forensic science. Criminalistics: Forensic Science and Crime gives readers an in-depth overview of this hot-button topic and explores the various tasks and actions that take place in crime scenes and laboratories all across the world today. It places criminalistics within the framework of basic chemistry and biology and clearly explains processes to readers with little or no scientific background. Using a unified approach that blends science with criminal justice, this text helps readers understand the necessities and processes of forensic science in the ever-advancing world of crime investigation.
Reviews:
  • Soustil
Perfect. Exactly as described.
  • Whitehammer
I used this book for a Forensic Science class this spring. It is very easy to read, but had a lot of mistakes in the reviews at the end of the chapters. I think that these ending sections must have been write by another person because they did not use the proper definitions. Like in Chapter 9: Inorganic Analysis they say plasma is a part of human blood instead of a mixture of gases that conduct electricity because of a significant concentration of cations. In the glass chapter the also mess up the definition of an amorphous solid, they actually say it is a solid with regular order! (this is the exact opposite of the meaning.) These are just the two mistakes that stood out the most, but I am sure there are at least 20 more.
Essentually anyone reviewing with this book is bond to be screwed up unless they already know everything!
  • Cala
A lot of wrong facts which can be misleading. Overall helpful, but dry. Really liked the true-life cases and connections. Important information without it being written over and over and over different ways, like many other books.
  • Vivados
This book is somewhat of an easy, but dull, read. However, watch out: There are WAY too many mistakes. If you have no background in forensic science/criminalistics, you will have a hard time learning the truth when there are so many false statements in this book. I do not recommend this book: It is dull and filled with lies!
  • Kerahuginn
I write, and so for me, this is a great place to get a comprehensive guide for forensic science, especially for all you writing mystery novels out there!