Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Forensic Analysis

Scientific and Medical Techniques and Evidence under the Microscope

Edited by Ian Freckelton

University of Melbourne

Forensic Analysis - Scientific and Medical Techniques and Evidence under the Microscope is an edited collection with contributions from scholars in ten countries, containing cutting-edge analyses of diverse aspects of contemporary forensic science and forensic medicine. It spans forensic gait analysis evidence, forensic analysis in wildlife investigations, mitochondrial blood-typing, DNA profiling, probabilistic genotyping, toolmark analysis, forensic osteology, obstetric markers as a diagnostic tool, salivary analysis, pharmacogenetics, and forensic analysis of herbal drugs. This book provides information about the parameters of expertise in relation to a number of areas that are being utilised as a part of criminal investigations and that are coming before courts internationally or will soon do so. Thereby, it is hoped that rigor in the evaluation of such evidence will be enhanced, a fillip for developing standards will be provided, and the incidence of miscarriages of criminal justice will be minimised.

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Forensic AnalysisScientific and Medical Techniques and Evidence under the MicroscopeEdited by Ian Freckelton

Published: September 22nd 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.92955

ISBN: 978-1-83968-951-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-950-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-952-9

Copyright year: 2021

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825 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Guarding the Gait: Evaluating Forensic Gait Analysis Evidence

By Ian Freckelton

48

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2. Mitochondrial 16S rRNA Gene-Dependent Blood Typing as a Forensic Tool

By Hussein O.M. Al-Dahmoshi and Hayder J. Al-Nayili

46

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3. Forensic Analysis in Wildlife Crime Cases: Microscopy, DNA Profiling and Isotope Analysis

By Vivek Sahajpal, Sudhanshu Mishra and Deepika Bhandari

106

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4. Reliability and Reproducibility of DNA Profiling from Degraded Samples in Forensic Genetics

By Elena V. Ioganson, Marat I. Timerzianov, Marina V. Perelman and Olga A. Kravtsova

73

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5. Probabilistic Genotyping: A Possible New Legal Avenue to Prevent and Redress Miscarriages of Justice

By Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops

95

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6. Forensic Analysis and Interpretation of Tool Marks

By Sachil Kumar, Geetika Saxena and Archana Gautam

117

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7. Forensic Osteology and Identification

By Anil Garg and Nisha Goyal

64

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8. Obstetric Markers as a Diagnostic Forensic Tool

By Adithi Shetty and B. Suresh Kumar Shetty

54

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9. Salivary Analysis for Medico-Legal and Forensic Toxicological Purposes

By Roberto Scendoni

95

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10. Pharmacogenetics and Tramadol-Related Fatalities

By Sanaa M. Aly, Jean-Michel Gaulier and Delphine Allorge

58

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11. Herbal Drugs Forensic

By Shalvi Agrawal and Astha Pandey

79

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