Volume 41, Issue 3 (May 1996)
Individualization: Principles and Procedures in Criminalistics
The author's stated purpose in writing this text is to identify and discuss first principles common to all comparisons and individualizations. The material presented grew out of “Forensic Identification” taught at Ontario Police College. The author writes in a style suitable for students, trial attorneys and criminalists. The book is well-referenced (128 footnotes) and contains an index.