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Forensic DNA Litigation: from Crime Scene to Courtroom

From Crime Scene to Courtroom



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Forensic DNA Litigation: from Crime Scene to Courtroom by Gregory W. O'Reilly
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Written by an attorney with many DNA cases to his credit, "Forensic DNA Litigation: From Crime Scene to Courtroom" conveys the basic principles of DNA analysis to other attorneys. More importantly, the book details those all important legal procedures, the legal attacks on DNA, dealing with expert witnesses, taking depositions from laboratory personnel, the significance of DNA databanks, pre-trial motions, and even jury selection. The author takes readers through a real case from crime scene through post-trial issues, handling both prosecution and defense in an even manner, to introduce the reader to the process of evaluating and litigating a forensic DNA case.
Release date Australia
February 25th, 2010
Country of Publication
United States
75 black & white illustrations
CRC Press Inc
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