Forensics: Crime Scene Investigations from Murder to Global Terrorism

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Carlton Books, Limited, 2006 - Crime scenes - 272 pages
Over the last 100 years the way in which crime is detected and criminals are identified and convicted has changed radically due to the development of forensic science. Written by the leading forensic scientist Dr Zakaria Erzin lioglu, and updated by Dr Sharon Erzin lioglu, this book presents a gripping study of the techniques that are familiar to us from media reports or television dramas. Many recent and historic cases are discussed in detail, including those in which the author himself was an expert witness.

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About the author (2006)

Dr. Zakaria Erzinclioglu was formerly Senior Research Associate at Cambridge University and also Director of the Forensic Science Research Center at Durham University. In his capacity as a forensic entomologist he is one of the most experienced scientists in the business. He is well known in England and has appeared in a number of television programs including "The Witness Was a Fly" for the BBC.

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