Forensic Science in Court: Challenges in the Twenty-First Century (Rowman and Littlefield, 2011) is available online in our collection of EBSCO eBooks.
The book begins with an introduction to the topic and traces the history and development of how forensic science came to be presented as evidence. Fingerprinting, blood spatter, bite marks, and handwriting are among the forensic analyses discussed. Citations to and summaries of relevant cases are provides. Chapters cover such subjects as DNA and juror expectations.
Forensic Science in Court, like all EBSCO eBooks, can be viewed online by students, faculty, and staff of Christian Brothers University; and with a personal EBSCO account (which is free) and Adobe Digital Editions downloaded (also free), it can be downloaded to your PC for limited amounts of time.