By Gil Brewer
The most effective of the style. nice book.
"He shot Jake Halloran within the head, then grew to become to me, smiling, the Luger held loosely in his correct hand.
“Hello, pal,” he stated. “My name’s Ralph Angers. What’s yours?”
That’s how I met him, this grave-looking, clean-cut, completely mad younger guy, who walked via my city with a gun, leaving a wake of tears and discomfort and homicide in the back of him."
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J. , Shingletown, CA, 1989, p. 93. Introduction 23 Chapter Questions 1. What is the basic goal of crime scene processing? 2. The police utilize five basic objectives in seeking their goals of preventing crime and disorder and protecting the life and liberty of their fellow citizens. Which two of the five objectives are more closely related to the crime scene investigation and why? 3. Why is physical evidence more objective than testimonial evidence such as eyewitness accounts? 4. The interpretive value of evidence is a function of what?
The Interpretive Value of Evidence The value of an item of evidence is not based solely on its mere presence in the crime scene. Crime scene analysis demands that the investigator consider the interpretive value of the evidence. Crime scenes are often likened to a jigsaw puzzle. The police arrive at a scene generally devoid of answers but containing numerous artifacts. Each artifact is, in effect, a piece of a puzzle. Unfortunately, the police do not have all of the pieces to the puzzle, nor do they have the luxury of referring to a picture on the box containing the puzzle pieces.
Ridge identification is based on at least 15 different ridge characteristics, including ridge endings, bifurcations, short ridges, enclosures, ridge dot, ridge break, angular formations (deltas), overlap, spurs, bridges, trifurcations, crossings, changeovers, ridge pinch, and loops. , finding eight or ten similar points). A point system was first suggested by Edmund Locard as a guideline, and point systems were routinely used in fingerprint identification up until 1973. 1 Mechanical fit is a method of individualization.