I recently posted on the IDS Forensics website a list of the books that I have available for attorneys to use at the IDS Main Office in Durham. For attorneys who cannot travel to Durham, please call me (919-354-7217) if you need access to these texts. If you are a North Carolina public defender, assistant public defender or private appointed counsel, I am available to assist you with legal or scientific research on topics of forensic science.
Take a look at the titles below and contact me if you need research assistance:
- John M. Butler, Forensic DNA Typing: Biology, Technology, and Genetics of STR Markers (2d ed. 2005).
- Larry E. Daniel & Lars E. Daniel, Digital Forensics for Legal Professionals: Understanding Digital Evidence From the Warrant to the Courtroom (2012).
- Vincent J.M. DiMaio, Gunshot Wounds: Practical Aspects of Firearms, Ballistics, and Forensic Techniques (2d ed. 1999).
- David L. Faigman et al., Modern Scientific Evidence: Forensics (Student ed. 2008).
- David L. Faigman et al., Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony, Vol. 1: Statistics & Research Methods (2010-2011).
- James C. Garriott, Ed., Garriott’s Medicolegal Aspects of Alcohol (5th ed. 2008).
- Brian J. Heard, Firearms and Ballistics: Examining and Interpreting Forensic Evidence (2d ed. 2008).
- National Fire Protection Association 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations (2008).
- Richard Saferstein, Ed., Forensic Science Handbook: Volume I (2d ed. 2002).
- Richard Saferstein, Ed., Forensic Science Handbook: Volume II (2d ed. 2005).
- Richard Saferstein, Ed., Forensic Science Handbook: Volume III (2d ed. 2010).
- James Shellow, Cross-Examination of the Analyst in Drug Prosecutions (2009).
- William W. Shockley & Harold C. Pillsbury III, The Neck: Diagnosis and Surgery (1994).
- Werner U. Spitz, Ed., Spitz and Fisher’s Medicolegal Investigation of Death: Guidelines for the Application of Pathology to Crime Investigation (4th ed. 2006).