Cracking cases: the science of solving crimes

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Prometheus Books, Apr 1, 2002 - Law - 316 pages
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Looks at the investigative process of five murder cases, including the O.J. Simpson case and the Woodchipper case, how the forensic evidence was used at trial, and how the evidence was used to exonerate or convict the killers.

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I thought that the book Cracking Cases was amazing. It was a great non-fiction book and anybody who enjoys shows such as Cops, CIA, or any other detective show would love this book. It shows the ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword Judge Charles D Gill
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Chapter Two The Woodchipper Murder
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Chapter Three The O J Simpson Case
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