(Received 2 May 1980; accepted 26 June 1980)
Published Online: 1981
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The paper surveys scientific evidence in arson-related cases. In particular, accelerant-detection procedures are discussed. The admissibility of types of evidence and testimony is commented on, and an analysis of possible methods of attacking the weight accorded to the evidence is presented.
Special assistant to the Judge Advocate General of the Navy, Alexandria, Va.
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