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Title Genetic testing and the criminal law / edited by Don Chalmers
Published London ; Portland, Or. : UCL Press, 2005


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Description xv, 246 pages ; 25 cm
Contents 1. General themes -- 2. Argentina -- 3. Australia -- 4. Canada -- 5. Denmark -- 6. Finland -- 7. Germany -- 8. Italy -- 9. Japan -- 10. New Zealand -- 11. South Africa -- 12. Spain -- 13. United Kingdom -- Index
Summary "Genetic Testing and the Criminal Law is a unique international treatment of the dynamic and established criminal investigation technique of DNA testing. Gathering together expert practitioners, judges and researchers from 12 countries, each chapter deals with the specific criminal law of the jurisdiction in its interaction with the expanding use of DNA testing in criminal investigations and trials." "This book is an invaluable reference for scholars, practitioners of criminal law and private international law, and students interested in this increasingly significant field of law."--BOOK JACKET
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Text in English and French
Subject Criminal procedure (International law)
DNA fingerprinting -- Law and legislation.
Criminal procedure.
DNA fingerprinting.
Evidence, Criminal.
Forensic sciences.
Author Chalmers, Don
LC no. 2006280523
ISBN 1844720160