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Promoted item:Lab Manual for Criminalistics: An Intro to Forensic Science (2004; Paperback)

Lab Manual for Criminalistics: An Intro to Forensic Science (2004; Paperback)

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About Forensic Science

First came Sherlock Holmes, and the reading public of Europe and the U.S. couldn't get enough. Then Leopold and Loeb appeared in the early 1920s, and newspapers couldn't keep up with demand. Then the high profile criminal cases of the Menendez brothers, O.J. Simpson, and Scott Peterson, and a television watching public rarely turned their sets off. Most recently, CBS's CSI, CSI: Miami, and CSI: New York have combined to create some of the most staggering home-audience numbers in television history. Forensic science is, in a word, hot.In forensic science, investigators use advanced technology to help locate evidence and solve criminal cases, and it has changed the way that individuals look at a crime. It has also changed the way that juries look at evidence. Inevitably, therefore, it has changed the way that criminals consider committing their acts. In addition to stirring the imagination of the world, the current popularity of forensic science is stirring up criticism. Detractors claim that--thanks to current television programming and how-to case-books--more and more criminals now know how to cover their tracks. On the other hand, proponents point to the fact that on TV, at least, even the smartest of criminals will make one mistake.Whichever side of the aisle one finds him or herself on, there is plenty of room for education and debate. Non-fiction case studies provide fascinating glimpses into real-life crime scenes. Novels featuring forensic science offer thrilling ways to spend long afternoons. And of course, videos of forensic science programming can provide a double punch of education and entertainment.