Forensic Science in Criminal Investigation and Trials is intended to assist the criminal justice system to understand the potentialities, the limitation and the process of forensic science. It is an encyclopedic comprehensive guide, a practical multi-professional treatise, written in non-technical language
A book for professionals dealing with in the area of forensic science
Complex topics are written in a non-technical language making it easy to understand
Concepts are explained with the help of applicable statutes and judgments
Adopts a lucid and analytical approach
New to this edition
Updated with latest tools and techniques developed after the publishing of previous edition
Includes new concepts introduced in the area of forensic science
Updated with latest legal position and landmark judgments
Redundant content is deleted to maintain relevance to the topic
BR Sharma worked in Delhi University Laboratories after obtaining his BSc (Hons) in Chemistry from Panjab University. Selected as Director, CID Scientific Laboratory, Punjab, at an early age of 26, just before completion of his PhD degree, he headed various Forensic Science Institutions including the State FSLs, Punjab; Himachal Pradesh; UT CFSL (COL MHA), Chandigarh. He retired in September 1993 and now runs the National Institute of Forensic Science.
- Lexis knowlEdge is accessible via Web, Android (Tablet), iOS(iPad & Phone) & offline application on Windows 7 and above (PC & Laptop).
- eBook purchases once done on the website, will not be cancelled or refunded.
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973
Author : D D Basu