Natalie Novick Brown, Evaluating Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders in the Forensic Context: A Manual for Mental Health PracticeRead More
Forensic Science Laboratory Manual and Workbook
Relevant Chapters Include: Experiment 8: Crime Scene Investigation: Safeguarding, Searching, Recognition, Documentation, Collection, Packaging, and Preservation of Physical Evidence Experiment 9: Trace Evidence Collection and Sorting Experiment 11: Examination of Human Hair Experiment 14: Examination of Trace Quantities of Synthetic Fibers
Child Welfare Law and Practice, Chapter 5: Investigative Interviewing of the Child
Lyon, Thomas D. (in press). Investigative interviewing of the child. In D.N.Duquette & A.M. Haralambie (Eds.) Child Welfare Law and Practice (2d Ed.).Denver, CO: Bradford.
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American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)
Published by the American Psychiatric Association, the DSM* uses standard language and criteria for the classification of mental disorders and is relied upon by clinicians and researchers to diagnose and classify mental disorders. *Since its initial publication the DSM has been updated seven times. The most current version, updated in 2013, is the 5th edition …
American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM)Read More
Neil Brewer & Amy Bradfield Douglass, Psychological Science and the Law
DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST): Participant Manual
Randy Papetti, The Forensic Unreliability of The Shaken Baby Syndrome
David L. Faigman et al., Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony
Vol. 1-5 available in the IDS Forensic Library. Forensic Resource Counsel also has access to the latest edition of the eBook.
David L. Faigman et al., Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert TestimonyRead More
Jeffrey B. Welty, Digital Evidence
A guide to the legal issues presented by the collection of digital evidence in criminal cases, written mainly for North Carolina judges, lawyers, and officers. This book addresses how such evidence may be obtained and the rules that govern its use in court and is available for purchase.