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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Identification: Investigation, Trial and Scientific Evidence 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9781846612367
Previous Edition ISBN: 1903307252
Published: July 2011
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £65.00

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This book provides an analysis of the powers and duties of police in the collection of identification evidence, and is a comprehensive guide to the various sources of identification evidence in the trial process, from disclosure to admissibility and jury directions.

It offers a thorough insight into the methodology and admissibility of scientific and other expert means of personal identification.

Identification: Investigation, Trial and Scientific Evidence is the only work dealing exclusively with identification evidence. This new edition has been extensively revised and rewritten to take on board many new developments in law and practice, including:-

  • Expanded coverage of the psychology of visual identification
  • Up to date text of Code D and new cases on its application and procedures
  • Detailed examination of the bad character and hearsay evidence provisions of CJA 2003 and subsequent case-law
  • Developments in Police identification using CCTV
  • Increased police powers to take fingerprints and intimate samples
  • Scientific developments in the use of DNA and facial mapping

Evidence, Police and Public Order Law
Introduction to Code D
Visual Identification procedures and their application
Identification officer, Notice to suspect and procedure selection
Conduct of visual identification procedures
Body marks, photographs, fingerprints and samples
Juvenile and other vulnerable suspects
Voice identification procedure
Evidence: admissibility and exclusion
Submission of no case
Jury directions
DNA profiling
Fingerprints and other skin impression evidence
Facial Mapping
Voice Tracking