Journal of Forensic
    Sciences (JOFS) 1972-2005 Backfile

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    About this Journal

    The Journal of Forensic Sciences Historical Backfile (available on DVD and online) contains all issues of the journal from January 1972 through December 2005.

    The Journal is devoted to the publication of original investigations, observations, scholarly inquiries, and reviews in the various branches of the forensic sciences. These include Pathology and Biology, Toxicology, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, General, Odontology, Physical Anthropology, Jurisprudence, Criminalistics, Questioned Documents, and Engineering Sciences. The Journal also includes similar submissions dealing with forensic-oriented aspects of the social science.

    The Journal of Forensic Sciences is the official publication of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS). Interested authors should contact AAFS or visit Advances in Civil Engineering Materials (ACEM), Geotechnical Testing Journal (GTJ), Journal of Testing and Evaluation (JOTE), or Materials Performance and Characterization (MPC) to view their scopes and submission guidelines.