Forensic Science Glossary

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CRC Press, Aug 31, 1999 - Law - 184 pages
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In forensics, there is often a difficulty conveying critical scientific terms to investigators, attorneys, juries, and even court reporters. Forensic Science Glossary is a single source reference that contains the spelling and definitions of commonly used terms found in forensic environments. This glossary of words and their meanings covers important areas of forensic science, including the relevant toxicology, documents, drug chemistry, criminalistics, ballistics, and DNA analysis. It is the first forensic glossary to integrate such a wide variety of topics.
 

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C
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D
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E
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F
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G
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H
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O
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P
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Q
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R
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S
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T
152
U
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V
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K
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L
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M
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N
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W
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X
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