By Paul Roland
In the struggle opposed to crime, technological know-how and expertise now play the top function in lots of of the large police investigations making information headlines. All criminals go away a bit of themselves in the back of on the scene in their crimes and that's their undoing as soon as CSIs commence uncovering trails of clues hidden in blood or fragments of DNA. This publication enables you to in at the secrets and techniques of legal investigators in addition to the state-of-the-art suggestions technological know-how has dropped at police work.In the subsequent pages you are going to discover:
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Increased security at airports is now commonplace Another recent innovation is the use of specialized software which can identify the make and model of the printer which sourced a particular document such as a fake passport, counterfeit currency, ID or ransom note. It can scan the minute bands of light and dark which all printers produce on the suspect item and match them to a specific make and model of printer. Every new development in the fields of medicine, chemistry and even aeronautics technology is scrutinized and evaluated by leading forensic scientists to see if there is a possibility that it might prove useful.
Even with such damning evidence M. Allard knew that he would have a hard time convincing a judge of the Duc's guilt. All of it could be explained as the result of irrational actions by a grief-stricken husband, while the servants could not be relied upon to give evidence against their master. Allard would have to trust the pistol to tell the true story. Had it been dropped in the blood as the Duc had claimed, or had it been used to bludgeon the Duchesse to death? It was immediately handed over to the most eminent pathologist in Paris, Ambroise Tardieu, who examined it under the revealing lens of his microscope.
There is inevitably a heavy emphasis on murder cases because they are the most serious crimes a person can commit and they frequently stretch the resources and resourcefulness of investigators. However, every major category of crime is covered including arson, abduction, rape, robbery and terrorism as well as tragic accidents involving loss of life and cases in which forensic science was used to overturn a wrongful conviction and expose a serious miscarriage of justice. If you want to know exactly how DNA, toxicology, trace evidence analysis and forensic entomology can break an apparently airtight alibi, you will find it here, where each aspect of the investigation is illustrated by real cases taken from the files of law enforcement agencies around the world, many of them appearing in print for the very first time.
Crime Scenes by Paul Roland