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July 2002 — Volume 4 — Number 3

 
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The Basis for Compositional Bullet Lead Comparisons
Charles A. Peters

Does the Confession Criterion in Case Selection Inflate Polygraph Accuracy Estimates?
Donald J. Krapohl, Kendall W. Shull, and Andrew A. Ryan

Application of Forensic Discriminant Functions to a Spanish Cranial Sample
Douglas H. Ubelaker, Ann H. Ross, and Sally M. Graver

Sexual Dimorphism in Femora: An Indian Study
Ruma Purkait and Heeresh Chandra

   
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Book Review: Ethics in Forensic Science: Professional Standards for the Practice of Criminalistics, by Peter D. Barnett
Reviewed by Melissa Anne Smrz

Book Review: Cracking Cases: The Science of Solving Crimes, by Henry C. Lee
Reviewed by Kirk E. Yeager

   
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Bylaws of the Scientific Working Group on Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Scientific Working Group on Bloodstain Pattern Analysis (SWGSTAIN)
   
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30th Annual FBI Symposium on Crime Laboratory Development:
Leading Scientific Organizations

Jane M. Homeyer

FBI Virtual Academy: Information and Agency Application
FBI Laboratory Training Unit

   
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  Forensic Science Communications July 2002 — Volume 4 — Number 3