Speaking as an Expert: A Guide for the Identification Sciences from the Laboratory to the Courtroom
This text provides a theoretical foundation for all the work of the identification scientist, including the report and provides practical answers to questions about how to report that work to others, including a judge, jury and attorneys.
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THE MEANING OF IDENTIFICATION
THE REDUCTION OF IDENTIFICATION
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