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Forensic Sciences

Cyril H. Wecht (General Editor)

5 vols. Looseleaf. 1981 to date.(追録年2回)

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780820513133

¥498,331

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法廷における問題を科学と技術に基づき解決を目指す法科学に関する論点を体系的に解説。

【主な項目】

・専門家証言と科学的証拠 ・法医学 ・法医人類学 ・法歯学 ・法工学 ・法医中毒学 ・薬理学 ・司法精神医学 ・司法心理学 ・アルコール鑑定 ・銃器特定 ・AIDS ・DNA分類 ・コンピュータ画像 ・自動車事故調査、等

【Table of Contents】

1. Admissibility of Expert Testimony

2. Certainty of Expert Opinion

3. Invasion of the Province of the Jury

4. Weight of Medical Expert Opinion Evidence

5. Hypothetical Questions and Disclosure of Facts Underlying Opinion

6. Basis of Opinion Evidence

7. Scope of Medical Expert Testimony and Standard of Care

8. Privileged Communications and Confidentiality

9. Causation

10. Impeachment of Expert Testimony

11. Discovery and Inspection

12. Demonstrative Evidence

12A. Computer Animation for Lawyers

12B. Computer Graphics in the Forensic Sciences

12C. Crime Scene Reconstruction Using Real-Time Interactive 3D Technology

13. Use of Treatises and Texts

14. Preparation of the Medical Expert

15. Qualification of the Expert Witness

16. Compelling Medical Expert to Testify

17. Compensation of Experts

18. Court Appointment of Experts

19. Admissibility of Scientific Evidence Under the Post-Daubert Rules

20. The Right to Die and Physician-Assisted Suicide

21. Expert Witnesses in Sex Crimes Cases

22. Clinical Forensic Medicine

22A. Investigation of Operative and Postoperative Deaths

22B. Forensic Nursing

23. Forensic Pathologist as Expert in Civil Case

23A. Pathology of Electrical and Lightning Injuries

23B. Soil Microbial Ecology as Forensic Taphonomy

23C. Role of Burn Surgeon in Medicolegal Aspects of Abuse by Burning

24. Medicolegal Problems in Determining Cause and Manner of Death in Vehicular Accidents

24A. RESERVED

24B. Automobile Accident Investigations: A Progressive and Evolving Science

25. Use of Forensic Pathology in Defending Criminal Cases

25A. Forensic Autopsy Protocol

25B. Time of Death

25C. Forensic (Medicocriminal) Entomology--Applications in Medicolegal Investigations

25D. Blunt Force Trauma

25E. Role of Coroner/Medical Examiner After Disaster

25F. Childhood Head Trauma--Clinical Approach

25G. Childhood Head Trauma--Forensic Approach

25H. The Metabolic Autopsy

26. Autopsy Law and Procedures

26A. The Battered Child Syndrome

26B. Human Research and Experimentation

26C. The Documentation of Human Rights Abuses

26D. Criminalistics--Science and Philosophy

26E. Sexual Molestation of Children

26F. Forensic Investigations of Human Rights Violations, Abuse, Mass Graves, and War Crimes

27. Forensic Anthropology

27A. The Examination of Skeletal Remains

27B. Postmortem Change in Human and Animal Remains and Effects of Freezing

27C. Cranial Photographic Superimposition

27D. Forensic Imaging Production and Utilization in Medicolegal Death Investigations

27E. Telemedicine: Forensic and Medicolegal Aspects

28. Forensic Odontology

28A. The Evidence Provided by New Medical Imaging Technology

28B. Forensic Phonetics

28C. Forensic Speaker Identification

28D. Image Processing by Computer Analysis

28E. Facial Reproduction

28F. Forensic Imaging--Methods and Techniques

29. Forensic Analysis of Biological Evidence

29A. Adverse Effects of Blood Transfusion

29B. Considerations and Potential Pitfalls of Laboratory Tests in the Diagnosis of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)

29C. Legal and Forensic Aspects of HIV/AIDS Pandemic

29D. AIDS--Medical, Legal, and Societal Concerns

29E. The Emergency Department Physician Confronts HIV Infection

30. Relationship Analysis

31. Forensic Toxicology

31A. Forensic Pharmacology

31B. Antemortem and Postmortem Alcohol Determinations

31C. Urine Testing for Drugs

31D. Death Associated with Anesthesia

31E. Tear Gas--Forensic Pathology Aspects

31F. Forensic Considerations in Environmental Pathology and Toxicology: Science, Regulation, Litigation, and a Tale of Two Toxins

31G. Medicolegal Aspects of Chemical Warfare Agents in Terror Attacks

31H. Scene Investigation in Terrorism Cases

31I. Disaster Medicine: A New Medical Specialty Comes of Age

32. Forensic Psychiatry

32A. Forensic Psychology

32B. Forensic Psychology: Selection of Jurors and Other Courtroom Applications

32C. Psychological Autopsy: Retrospective Diagnosis of Suicide

32D. Forensic Implications of Early Eyewitness Memory

32E. Repressed and Recovered Memory

32F. Investigation of Suicide--Two Case Histories

32G. Police Interactions with Emotionally Disturbed Persons

32H. Role of Excited Delirium in Police-Involved Deaths

33. Court Admissible Confessions and the Psychological Stress Evaluator

34. The Polygraph: Basic Information and Admissibility of Evidence

35. Crime Scene Reconstruction

35A. Photographic Documentation in Death Investigation: From Death Scene Through Forensic Autopsy Examination ... and Beyond

35B. Forensic Meteorology

35C. The Crime Scene and Evidence

36. Criminalistics

36A. Forensic Textile Fiber Analysis

36B. Trace and Transfer Evidence

37. Recognition of Bloodstain Patterns

37A. Forensic Hair Examination

37B. Asphyxia: Suffocation, Strangulation, and Aspiration

37C. DNA Typing-- Criminal and Civil Applications

37D. Forensic Applications of Drug Testing of Hair

37E. Resuscitation (Patrick-Heimlich Method and Other Techniques): Medicolegal Considerations

37F. Use of DNA Evidence in Sex Crimes Cases

37G. Hair--An Important Biomonitor for Forensic and Toxicologic Investigation

37H. Positional Asphyxiation in Police Restraint Cases

38. Firearm Injuries

38A. Investigation of Incendiary Fires

38B. Explosions and Terrorist Bombings--Investigative and Medical Aspects

38C. Investigation of Fire Cases (Non-Incendiary)

38D. Forensic Cremation Analysis: Considerations for Investigation of Intentionally Burned Human Remains

39. Questioned Document Examination

39A. Forensic Engineering

39B. Working with Forensic Engineering Scientists

39C. Forensic Economics: Estimating Economic Loss in Wrongful Death, Permanent Disability, and Discriminatory Discharge Cases

39D. Forensic Stylistics

40. Illustrative Testimony

41. Index of Experts