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Every Contact Leaves a Trace: Scientific Detection in the Twentieth Century
Zakaria Erzinclioglu (au)
Over the last 100 years, the way in which crime is detected & criminals are identified, caught & convicted has changed radically due to the development of forensic science, with more sophisticated techniques such as fingerprinting & DNA typing. However, our confidence in the science of detection can be misplaced. Erzinclioglu has been involved in many murder invest. & criminal trials. In the course of his work, he has discovered that even the most up-to-date scientific methods can be misused or misleading, & that there is a tendency to place too much faith in evidence that is open to conflicting interp. & to human error in its collection & analysis. In this analysis of the science of detection, many historic & recent cases are discussed in detail. Photos.
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