Kellermann's Kollectionn of Helpful Trial Background Books on:
Last Updated 02/11/06

  1. Baden, Michael M. (with Judith Adler Hennessee). (1989). Unnatural Death: Confessions of a Medical Examiner. New York: Ivy Books.

  2. Batten, Jack. (1995). Mind Over Murder: DNA and other Forensic Adventures. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: McClelland & Stewart.

  3. Coleman, Howard, & Swenson, Eric. (1994). DNA in the Courtroom: A Trial Watcher's Guide. Seattle, WA: Genelex Press.

  4. Connors, Edward, Lundregan, Thomas, Miller, Neal, & McEwen, Tom. (1997). Convicted by Juries, Exonerated by Science: Case Studies in the Use of DNA Evidence to Establish Innocence after Trial. Upland, ----: DIANE Pub.

  5. Doerr, Hans O., & Carlin, Albert S. (Eds.). (1991). Forensic Neuropsychology: Legal and Scientific Bases. New York: Guilford Press.

  6. Evans, Colin. (1996). The Casebook of Forensic Detection: How Science Solved 100 of the World's Most Baffling Crimes. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

  7. Fisher, David. (1995). Hard Evidence: How Detectives Inside the FBI's Sci-Crime Lab Have Helped Solve America's Toughest Cases. New York: Simon & Schuster.

  8. Hollien, Harry. (1990). The Acoustics of Crime: The New Science of Forensic Phonetics. New York: Plenum Press.

  9. Imwinkelried, Edward J. (1992). The Methods Of Attacking Scientific Evidence (2nd. ed.). Charlottesville, VA: Michie.

  10. Kelly, John F. & Wearne, Phillip K. (1998). Tainting Evidence: Inside the Scandals at the FBI Crime Lab. New York: The Free Press.

  11. Keppel, Robert D. (with William J. Birnes). (1997). Signature Killers: Interpreting the Calling Cards of the Serial Murderer. New York: Pocket Books.

  12. Kniffka, Hannes, Blackwell, Susan, & Coulthard, Malcolm (Eds.). (1996). Recent Developments in Forensic Linguistics. New York: P. Lang.

  13. Levy, Harlan. (1996). And the Blood Cried Out: A Prosecutor's Spellbinding Account of the Power of DNA. New York: BasicBooks.

  14. McCaffrey, Robert J., Williams, Arthur D., Fisher, Jerid M., & Laing, Linda C. (1997). (Eds.). The Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology: Meeting Challenges in the Courtroom. Critical Issues in Neuropsychology. New York: Plenum Press.

  15. Miller, Hugh. (1995). Traces of Guilt: Forensic Science and the Fight Against Crime. London, UK: BBC Books.

  16. Office of the Inspector General. (1997). The FBI Laboratory: An Investigation Into Laboratory Practices and Alleged Misconduct in Explosives-Related and Other Cases. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice.

  17. Office of the Inspector General. (1997). The FBI Laboratory: An Investigation Into Laboratory Practices and Alleged Misconduct in Explosives-Related and Other Cases. Executive Summary. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice.

  18. Philbrick, Frederick A. (1993). Language and the Law: The Semantics of Forensic English. Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co.

  19. Ragle, Larry (1995). Crime Scene. New York: Avon Books.

  20. Randall, Brad. (1997). Death Investigation: The Basics. Tucson, AZ: Galen Press.

  21. Scheindlin, Gerald (with Catherine Whitney). (1996). Blood Trail: True Crime Mysteries Solved by DNA Detectives. New York: Ballantine Books.

  22. Wecht, Cyril H., Curriden, Mark, & Wecht, Benjamin. (1993). Cause of Death. New York: Dutton.

  23. Wecht, Cyril (with Mark Curriden, & Benjamin Wecht). (1996). Grave Secrets: A Leading Forensic Expert Reveals the Truth About O.J. Simpson, David Koresh, Vincent Foster, and Other Sensational Cases. New York: Dutton.

  24. Zonderman, Jon. (1990). Beyond the Crime Lab: The New Science of Investigation. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

  25. Annonymous. (1995). Dealing Effectively With DNA Evidence: How To Get It In Or Keep It Out. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota Institute of Legal Education.

  26. ------------. (199?). O. J. Simpson Case DNA Findings. Seattle, WA: Genelex.

  27. ------------. (1995). California vs. Orenthal James Simpson: Prosecution and Defense DNA Motions and Filings. Seattle, WA: Genelex.

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