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Flip-open style cell phones were investigated for the potential to produce quality genetic profiles that could be used in forensic casework. Swabs were taken of the outside/back and the inside ear speaker of ten flip-phones on two occasions – prior to and seven days after cleaning with 95%...
This study investigated the persistence of animal hairs (cat and dog) on garments by examining variables such as different types of animal hair, different fabric types and differences in fabric features. Hair/fabric interactions were found to be far more complex than previous research had...
The implications of the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal's ruling in Commonwealth of Australia v Griffiths and Anor, to the effect that an expert who gives incorrect evidence against a party is protected from civil suit by the ‘witness immunity’ rule are reviewed. It is argued that there is an...
Courtroom environments, which have been one of the last bastions of the oral tradition, are slowly morphing into cinematic display environments1. The persuasive oral rhetoric of lawyers is increasingly being replaced by compelling visual media displays presenting a range of digital evidence in a...
Although protocols for death scene examination in cases of unexpected infant and early childhood death have been widely available for over a decade, approaches lack standardisation. In addition, scene examinations are not mandatory in all countries and there has not been uniform support for...
In their recent introduction to forensic linguistics, Coulthard & Johnson (2007) include a portrayal of the likelihood-ratio framework for the evaluation of forensic comparison evidence (pp. 203–207). This portrayal includes a number of inaccuracies. The present letter attempts to correct these...
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