Advances in fingerprint technology

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CRC Press, 1991 - Law - 276 pages
A renowned group of leading forensic, identification, and criminalistic experts present, in this valuable work, exciting progress in fingerprint technology. Advances in Fingerprint Technology covers major developments in latent fingerprint processing, including physical, chemical, instrumental, and combination techniques. In addition to an explanation of numerous methods and procedures of fingerprint technology, a renowned group of leading forensic, identification, and criminalistic experts provides a concise history of fingerprinting and briefly discuss Live-Scan and Image Transmission networks. The book also includes an essential chapter on effective presentation of fingerprint evidence in court.

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Dr. Henry C. Lee (Branford, CT), Professor of Forensic Science at the University of New Haven and Chief Emeritus in the Department of Public Safety in Meriden, CT, has been a consultant for over 300 police and law enforcement agencies and an expert witness in many high profile cases for both the prosecution and the defense. A distinguished fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, he is the author or coauthor of more than 20 books, including Cracking Cases. Dr. Lee has been a frequent guest on Larry King Live as well as numerous other national television programs.

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