,,Flora and fauna" in criminalistics - an analysis of the current use and relevance of non-human biological trace materials in criminal proceedings.

@article{Nahrmann2016FloraAF,
  title={,,Flora and fauna" in criminalistics - an analysis of the current use and relevance of non-human biological trace materials in criminal proceedings.},
  author={Jennifer Nahrmann and Jens Amnendt and Richard Zehner and Markus Parzeller},
  journal={Archiv fur Kriminologie},
  year={2016},
  volume={238 3-4},
  pages={
          81-98
        }
}
The analysis of biological, non-human trace specimens can contribute significantly to solving a criminal case. The present study searches the relevant German criminal, forensic, legal and biological literature, focusing on animal hairs, insects and plant fragments, and assesses the current opportunities of this special forensic branch and its acceptance and… CONTINUE READING