Advanced Forensic Criminal Defense Investigations

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Paul J. Ciolino, Grace Elting Castle
Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company, 2000 - Law - 322 pages
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This book is filled with information on many different aspects of the criminal forensic investigation. Whether you represent the defense or prosecution, this is the ideal resource to consult when working with an investigator, or if you should have to investigate the crime yourself. This book covers many areas to help you with your investigation and your case. It covers technical advances in areas such as medicocriminal entomology, GSR tests, and voice identification, use of background checks, working with expert witnesses, investigation strategies for white collar crime and organized crime situations, building rapport with potential witnesses and informants, investigation of homicide and sexual assault cases, working with disabled suspects, investigating domestic violence cases and more. It is an important addition to your investigation library.
 

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Contents

Analyzing Interpreting and Using Discovery Materials
1
Bagging the Lie
11
The Investigator and High Profile Media Cases
27
Voice Identification
41
Backgrounding the Participants
73
A Guide to Gunshot Residue Analysis
91
Medicocriminal Entomology
117
Keeping the Expert Honest
157
Making an Offer They Cant Refuse Investigation Strategy for White Collar Crime and Organized Crime Defendants
183
Defending the Juvenile in Sexual Assault Cases
205
Investigating for the Defense of Those Accused of Child Sexual Abuse
223
Homicide Defense Investigations
237
Suicide Determination in an Equivocal Death Investigation
259
Criminal Aspects of Domestic Investigations
287
The Contributing Authors
309
Index
315

Mental Retardation and the Death PenaltyThe Investigative Challenge
169

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