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November 23, 1935

Modern Criminal Investigation

JAMA. 1935;105(21):1711. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760470065038

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Abstract

The biologic laboratory comes more and more into the investigation of the methods of crime. Microscopic studies of hair, finger prints, precipitin and agglutinin studies of the blood, anthropologic measurements, are all within the range of biologic study. In this volume the author considers all these methods as well as many others and relates a considerable number of interesting medicolegal cases in which their application was of significance. The book is up to date and certainly should be in the hands of every judge, lawyer and physician who is interested in medicolegal work.

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