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Examples of this are the matching ridge characteristics of two fingerprints, the
comparison of random striation markings on bullets or tool marks, the comparison
of irregular and random wear patterns in tire or footwear impressions, the ...
Courtesy Centre of Forensic Sciences, Toronto, Canada. possess class
characteristics when it can only be associated with a group and never with a
single source. Here again probability is a determining factor. For example, if we
were to ...
Furthermore, many other factors besides pure handwriting characteristics are to
be considered. The arrangement of the writing on the paper may be as distinctive
as the writing itself. Margins, spacings, crowding, insertions, and alignment are ...
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This textbook offers a great overview for an introductory forensic science course; every major segment of forensic science is covered to some degree - entomology, fire examination, firearms ... Read full review
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I used this textbook for an Introduction to Forensic Science class. It was well written and easy to understand with helpful review sections for each chapter. The case study portions are also very interesting for those looking for supplemental material to forensic science studies. Read full review