2012 Complete Journal Archive


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2012 Journal Article Abstracts

Elissa St. Clair, Andy Maloney, and Albert Schade III Abstract:  Crime scene investigators generally have two options when they need to create a three-dimensional (3D) model of a crime scene: enlist [more]

Ivanie Stene and Tom Adair, MS Abstract:  We report on a study in which neat (undiluted) and cleaned bloodstains were covered with commercial wallpaper in order to test methods of discovery and reco[more]

Tom Adair, MS Abstract:  The pathological postmortem interval (PMI), or time since death estimate, is widely understood among crime scene reconstructionists, pathologists, and prosecutors. Unlike th[more]

Identification of a Second Suspect via Stomach Contents at Autopsy  Lisa Pope Abstract: A case report describing the examination of stomach contents at the autopsy of a robber, who was shot and kill[more]

 Angela L. Williamson Abstract:  Touch DNA refers to the DNA that is left behind from skin cells when a person touches or comes into contact with an item. However, since Touch DNA (also referred to [more]

Edward M. Robinson and Julie Flanagan Abstract:  Rhino Photogrammetry is introduced, to minimize or eliminate the need for measurements at medium to small crime scenes, here it is critical to get in [more]