FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS (Table of Contents, October 2000)

FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS (Table of Contents, October 2000)

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October 2000 - Volume 2 - Number 4

Contents

Legal Ramifications of Digital Imaging in Law Enforcement

Erik C. Berg

Recovering and Examining Computer Forensic Evidence

Michael G. Noblett, Mark M. Pollitt, and Lawrence A. Presley

Interpreting DNA Mixtures Based on the NRC-II Recommendation 4.1

Wing K. Fung and Yue-Qing Hu

Anomalous Amplification of the Amelogenin Locus Typed by AmpFLSTR® Profiler Plus™ Amplification Kit

Jaiprakash G. Shewale, Stephen L. Richey, and Sudhir K. Sinha

A History of Smithsonian-FBI Collaboration in Forensic Anthropology, Especially in Regard to Facial Imagery

Douglas W. Ubelaker

Facing the Millennium: Advances in Craniofacial Comparisons (9th Biennial Scientific Meeting of the International Association for Craniofacial Identification, Washington, DC, July 24–28, 2000)

Abstracts of Presentations and Poster Sessions

FBI Laboratory Updates Forensic Handbook

Sally A. Schehl

Book Review: Physical Evidence in Forensic Science

Written by Henry C. Lee and Howard A. Harris
Reviewed by Robert J. Heckman

Training Update

FY2001 Specialized Forensic Science Training Program

Jane M. Homeyer

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