A Practical Guide to the Medicolegal Investigation of Death this guidebook written by a veteran death investigator specifically for field investigators and students. The book is unique because of the field investigators focus and approach, and is not distracted by graphic images or an overabundance of case studies, scientific, or medical jargon. The book addresses the most common death scene situations faced by investigators but is brief enough to fit into every death investigator’s gear bag. With helpful Rules of Thumb for quick and practical reference, and detailed explanations, the book is an investigator’s tool. Specific topics include historical foundations, legal issues, identification methods of human remains, time of death estimation, and wound analysis. Specific areas addressed are fire deaths, asphyxial deaths, drowning deaths, electrical deaths, and motor vehicle accidents
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