Faculty Book: Lawrence Kobilinsky, Thomas F. Liotti, and Jamel L. Oeser-Sweat
Lawrence Kobilinsky, Thomas F. Liotti, and Jamel L. Oeser-Sweat
DNA: Forensic and Legal Applications
(John Wiley & Sons, 2004; 364 pp.)
Because it consists of a number of complex steps and procedures subject to both scientific and legal standards, the collection, analysis, presentation, and interpretation of DNA evidence remains a complex process. Combining legal practice and scientific analysis, DNA: Forensic and Legal Applications provides forensic scientists and professionals in the criminal justice system with a definitive resource on the methods of DNA analysis as well as the handling, potential, and limitations of DNA evidence. The book includes a forward by Nobel Laureate James Watson and Jan Witkowski of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Thomas F. Liotti and Jamel L. Oeser-Sweat are both practicing lawyers. Lawrence Kobilinsky is a professor of biochemistry and criminal justice at John Jay College and The Graduate Center.
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Submitted on: OCT 1, 2004
Category: Biochemistry | Criminal Justice | Faculty Books