Faculty Book: Lawrence Kobilinsky

Danielle Sapse and Lawrence Kobilinsky, eds.

Forensic Science Advances and Their Application in the Judiciary System
(CRC Press, 2011)

This volume examines how cutting-edge forensic techniques are currently being applied or have the potential to be applied in judicial proceedings. Contributors offer scientific and legal expertise on new applications of Raman spectroscopy, quantum chemistry, lithium in DNA analysis, and the burgeoning area of toxicogenetics, among other topics. The text addresses legal issues such as the admissibility of evidence resulting from these techniques, and includes a comparison of American and European judiciary systems. Lawrence Kobilinsky (Prof., John Jay) is on the doctoral faculty in biochemistry and criminal justice.

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Submitted on: APR 12, 2012

Category: Biochemistry, Criminal Justice, Faculty Books