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       Masthead--Forensic Science Communications
 OCTOBER 1999  
 Volume 1     Number 3  

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Table of Contents

Statistics and Trace Evidence: The Tyranny of Numbers
Max M. Houck

Advances in Document Examination: The Video Spectral Comparator 2000
Gregg M. Mokrzycki

The Finapres (Volume Clamp) Recording Method in Psychophysiological Detection of Deception Examinations: Experimental Comparison With the
Cardiograph Method
John A. Podlesny and John C. Kircher

Shipping Disposable Lighters as Forensic Evidence
Michael E. Miller

Definitions and Guidelines for the Use of Imaging Technologies in the Criminal Justice System
Scientific Working Group on Imaging Technologies (SWGIT)

Trace Evidence Recovery Guidelines
Scientific Working Group on Materials Analysis (SWGMAT)

2nd International Symposium on the Forensic Examination of Questioned Documents, Albany, New York, June 14 – 18, 1999
Abstracts of Presentations and Poster Sessions

 

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FORENSIC SCIENCE COMMUNICATIONS      OCTOBER 1999   VOLUME 1   NUMBER 3


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