Hollywood has made us armchair experts on forensic investigative techniques used at crime scenes: Ballistics, DNA, blood splatter, fingerprints and luminol spray. All are common household terms today, but technological advances are taking us far beyond these traditional scientific tests. Touching on several key types of evidence, these course materials offer an eye-opening introduction to new and emerging investigative techniques that will help you lay down a foundation for courtroom and deposition success.
Summary of Contents
- An Overview of Forensic Science: Behind the Closed Doors of the Coroner's Office - The Medical/Legal Secrets Involving an Autopsy
- Digital Media: Cell Phones, Body Worn Cameras and Computers
- DNA Decoded
- DUI/DUID Prosecution Based on a Statutory “per se” v. Observed Intoxication: The New: Marijuana Perspective