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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - July 2007

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - July 2007

July 2007 - Volume 9 - Number 3


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A Validation Study for Duct Tape End Matches

Maureen J. Bradley
Roger L. Keagy
Preston C. Lowe
Michael P. Rickenbach
Diana M. Wright
Marc A. LeBeau


Technical Article

trans.gifThe Boiling Technique: A Method for Obtaining Quality Postmortem Impressions from Deteriorating Friction Ridge Skin

Aaron J. Uhle
Richard L. Leas


Book Review

trans.gifScientific Examination of Documents: Methods and Techniques,
Third Edition

David Ellen
Reviewed by Danielle P. Seiger


Letter to the Editor

trans.gifNo Time for Research?

Rondal Bridgemon

Short Communication


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