Taking a unique approach, this book demonstrates how to explain crime scene events by reproducing them in a controlled environment. The book moves systematically from case to case, illustrating the need for experiment, alternative experimental designs, and the execution and interpretation of experimental results. It uses the concepts of critical experiment to assess alternative and competing interpretations of crime scene data. Each chapter explores different avenues for integrating experimental results with analytical results derived from actual crime scenes. The text also demonstrates a final analysis presentation that combines the explanations of applied science with the results of critical experiments.

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PublisherRoutledge Taylor and Francis group
BindingHard Back
Publish YearJanuary 2012