Practical Criminal Evidence
Written by a 30-year law enforcement veteran, this new look book takes a close focus at criminal evidence. The fresh approach shows the practical aspects of evidence collection and court admissibility as it effects police officers and criminal investigators. Designed to give an understanding of what evidence is, how it can be legally obtained, and how it is introduced at trial, Practical Criminal Evidence provides a great perspective for more effective law enforcement officers. Emphasizes real life situations that inform the reader of contemporary issues that face law enforcement officers today. Step-by-step approach on evidence collection, crime scene safety, search warrants and trial preparation. Extensive coverage on search warrants and an appendix with an actual state search warrant included. Serves as a desk reference for law enforcement professional throughout their careers.
Specifications of Practical Criminal Evidence
|Author||Gregory D. Lee Supervisory Special Agent (Retired)|
|Number Of Pages||357|
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