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The Modern Scholar: Crime Scene Investigation, Part II

Philosophy, Practice, and Science
Narrated by: Robert C. Shaler
Length: 8 hrs and 26 mins
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Esteemed Pennsylvania State University professor Robert C. Shaler continues his in-depth look at all aspects of crime scene investigation in part two of this compelling lecture series. Popularized in the media by highly rated police procedurals, crime scene investigation is an often misunderstood field of endeavor. Here, Professor Shaler breaks down the intricacies of how investigations are conducted in the real world, examining such aspects as bloodstain analysis, shooting scenes, and “forensic bugs”.

©2011 Robert C. Shaler (P)2011 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Oliver
  • Aurora, CO, United States
  • 12-18-18

I liked it

I saw a lot of complaints about the author doing the narration, but personally I didn’t mind. It gave me the feeling that I was actually sitting in a college lecture. He’s extremely knowledgeable and you can really develop a good foundation in crime scene investigation from the material. There’s a glitch around 7:04 in Chapter 6: it repeated the beginning of the chapter then skipped back to where it was supposed to be. That was the only performance issue I noticed.

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for if u think csi is cool

Going through both parts, might have skipped some stuff and a lot of it is complicated, for high intelligent people only.

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