Published Online: 1 October 1977
Page Count: 2
Associate professor of forensic science, University of California, Berkeley, Calif.
The really good textbooks on criminalistics may be counted on the fingers on any typical one-handed person; this text would have to be included in that group. The text attempts, and achieves, a presentation of the major areas of physical evidence as well as a brief history of forensic science and defines the scope of the criminalistics enterprise.
Paper ID: JFS10430J