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Table of Contents - Forensic Science Communications - July 2003

Table of Contents - Forensic Science Communications - July 2003

July 2003 - Volume 5 - Number 3


Research and Technology

A Paucity of Operable Case Facts Restricts Applicability of the Guilty Knowledge Technique in FBI Criminal Polygraph Examinations  

John A. Podlesny

Improved Fingerprint Visualization Using Luminescence and Visible Reflectance Chemical Imaging   

David L. Exline, Rebecca L. Schuler, and Patrick J. Treado

Identification Characteristics of PLA Fibers: A New Generic Fiber Type   

Heather A. Velez      

Short Communication     

FBI’s New Laboratory Building      

Book Review    

Suspect Identities: A History of Fingerprinting and Criminal Identification by Simon A. Cole

Reviewed by Rebecca L. Schwartz

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