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Chapter 1: The Need for Scientific Literacy in the Legal Community by Caitlin Pakosh
Chapter 2: Forensic Experts in the Criminal Justice System by Caitlin Pakosh
Chapter 3: Expert Evidence: Judge as Gatekeeper by Richard D. Schneider
Chapter 4: Presenting Scientific Evidence in the Courtroom by Vincenzo Rondinelli
Chapter 5: Critically Examining the Forensic Sciences: Inquiries and Reports by Sarah Harland-Logan
Chapter 6: Bloodstain Pattern Analysis by Patrick Laturnus
Chapter 7: Digital Evidence by Steven L. Rogers
Chapter 8: Fingerprint Analysis by Wade Knaap
Chapter 9: Firearms and Ballistics by Liam Hendrikse
Chapter 10: Fire Investigation by Vladimir (Val) Chlistovsky
Chapter 11: Forensic Anthropology by Tracy Rogers
Chapter 12: Forensic Biology and DNA by Cecilia Hageman
Chapter 13: Forensic Botany by Rolf W. Mathewes
Chapter 14: Forensic Document Examination by Dan C. Purdy
Chapter 15: Forensic Entomology by Gail S. Anderson and Sherah L. VanLaerhoven
Chapter 16: Forensic Nursing by Sheila Early
Chapter 17: Forensic Odontology by David Sweet O.C.
Chapter 18: Forensic Pathology by Forensic Pathologists of the Provincial Forensic Pathology Unit in Toronto
Chapter 19: Forensic Psychiatry by Hy Bloom and Richard D. Schneider
Chapter 20: Forensic Toxicology — Alcohol and Drugs by James Wigmore and James Watterson
Chapter 21: Memory in the Criminal Courts by Timothy E. Moore, Stephanie Marion, C. Lindsay Fitzsimmons, & Brian Cutler
Chapter 22: Probability by Alison Weir
Chapter 23: Statistics by Alison Weir
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