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What you need to know about a career in Forensic Pathology

16th January 2012
As a forensic pathologist in practice for over two decades now, I've come across a myriad of cases and have examined numerous bodies to help coroners and prosecutors pin down the proverbial "bad guys". It's an often unpleasant job, one which requires a lo... Read >
Author: Larry Harrison

Free Public Death Records Database

12th January 2009
One of the first public records is Public Death Records. They started in the early 1900's and form today's Vital Public Records in conjunction with Birth, Divorce and Marriage Records. As with other public records, Public Death Records is not a voluntary ... Read >
Author: sahara23

Disclosure in Criminal Proceedings

02nd May 2007
1 "Disclosure is one of the most important - as well as one of the most abused - of the procedures relating to criminal trials. There needs to be a sea-change in the approach of both judges and the parties to all aspects of the handling of the material wh... Read >
Author: Ian Mann

Roadblocks: What types of Roadblocks allowed?

08th June 2006
Roadblocks: What types of Roadblocks allowed? Roadblocks have been established to be "seizures" under the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth Amendment states that a person should be free from unreasonable searches and seizures of their person and their be... Read >
Author: Darren Kavinoky
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