Authored by: Phillip M. Kemp, PhD, D-ABFT; Loralie J. Langman, PhD, D-ABFT; Barry K. Logan, PhD, D-ABFT; Jeri D. Ropero-Miller, PhD, D-ABFT; *Ruth E. Winecker, PhD, D-ABFT. Editorial coordination by: Sonya R. Bynoe, BBA. Series edited and compiled by: Laura L. Liptai, PhD. Editor-in-chief: Anne Warren, BS in conjunction with American Academy of Forensic Sciences staff. The American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) Reference Series is the largest collection of forensic case studies and research abstracts worldwide spanning eleven fields of forensic science. Established in 1948, the AAFS represents over 6,260 members from all fifty US states, all ten Canadian provinces and 62 other countries worldwide. This first of its kind twelve volume collection contains a decade of proceedings from many of the most prominent forensic scientists worldwide. The AAFS Reference Series encompasses: Criminalistics, Digital & Multimedia Sciences, Engineering Sciences, General Forensic Sciences, Jurisprudence, Odontology, Pathology/Biology, Physical Anthropology, Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, Questioned Documents, and Toxicology.
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