Published Online: 1980
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The author, in his Introduction, makes the valid point that both law enforcement and fire personnel rely heavily on photography as a tool in the compilation of evidence and points out that photographs are more likely to be useful if taken by “someone reasonably knowledgeable in photography.” These statements are a good indication of the approach taken by the author in his attempt to pass on some of his extensive knowledge to his readers to help them become better photographers of evidence.
Associate pathologist, Freeman & Gyer, Inc., New Orleans, La.
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