Murder 101: Homicide and Its Investigation

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Index
Accidental deaths, 28
Accurint, 144, 162
AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System), 127–128, 145
Algor mortis, 62–63
Aileron, Maurice, 143
Allen, Mike, 20
America's Most Wanted, 33
Annals of Emergency Medicine, 24
Ann Arbor, MI, 165
Anthropologist, forensic, 14, 51, 63–64, 131, 147
Asphyxia, death from, 70, 89
ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives), 128, 146
Athan.John, 126–127
Autoerotic deaths, 25–26
Automated Fingerprint Identification System. See AFIS
Autopsy, procedures of, 64–67
Axelson, Angela, 145
Bacon, Philip, 169, 179
Baden, Michael, 58–60
Bailey, Charles Ray, 146
Baran, Stephen N., Jr., 136–137
Becker-Avin, Marni, 157
Behnan, Becky, 57
Bell, Nathaniel, 15–16
Benedict, Jonathan, 140
Bennett, Taunja, 116
Berman, Susan, 153
Big Moose Community Chapel, 11
Binion, Ted, 57–60
Binion's Horseshoe Casino, 57
Black, Judy, 177
Black, Morris, 152–155
Blackwell, Jeannine, 75
Blood, as physical evidence, 80–82
Blood spatter, 32, 34, 46–47, 74, 79, 80–82, 154
Blunt force trauma, on corpses, 69–70
Body Farm. See Forensic Anthropology Center
Brain fingerprinting, 115

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Chapter 1 - Murder in America 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Crime Scene 31
  • Chapter 3 - The Body 57
  • Chapter 4 73
  • Chapter 5 - Interview and Interrogation 93
  • Chapter 6 - Developing Suspects 119
  • Chapter 7 - Cold Case Investigation 135
  • Chapter 8 - The Trial 149
  • Chapter 9 - Secondary Victims of Murder 165
  • Some Final Thoughts 179
  • Notes 181
  • Bibliography 195
  • Index 205
  • About the Author 213
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