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  1. Commitment to Privacy
  2. Related Books
  3. Crime Scene Documentation
  4. ePosters - Instrumental Investigations: A Laboratory Manual of Forensic Analytical Chemistry

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Spiral bound Engelska, Miller would help me and my team dissect the capital conviction of Mr. Since Mr. Goode was indigent and I was court appointed, there was little money to pay Dr. Miller for her services.

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That did not deter her. She came to North Carolina to look at the evidence. I watched as she meticulously pored over it, making superbly scripted, detailed notes to memorialize her findings. She later prepared an affidavit discussing those findings. She essentially confirmed the theory that the state had put forth false and misleading evidence at Mr.

Goode on death row, where he was waiting to be executed when I met him. With Dr.

Miller on our team, I began feeling optimistic about saving Mr. Goode from the death chamber. Even before the National Academy of Sciences NAS Report Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path Forward came out in , citing her first book as an authority in the section on bloodstain pattern analysis, it was clear that she knew the discipline inside and out and was interested in making sure that bad science should not be tolerated in any courtroom.

Commitment to Privacy

Little did she know what a tough road it would be for the next decade to convince a court in North Carolina that Mr. A short discussion about the background of Mr. In her affidavit, and in live testimony in , Dr. Miller specifically stated that phenolphthalein, the presumptive test for blood, was not a confirmation or identification of blood. Although that seemed obvious to scientists, it was not for most judges, attorneys, laypersons, and jurors.

Hearing the words positive for the presence of blood made them assume blood was present.

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It would take years to debunk that premise. Miller also testified that in Mr. At the time of the hearing in , Dr. Once again, she came to North Carolina with little pay, a cold reception from the judge and district attorney, and faced a local community who supported keeping Mr. Goode on death row. Many experts would have politely reneged on their offer to help. The state fought very hard to quash Dr. Miller and me in ways that neither of us ever experienced or expected.

We were chastised for going against an establishment that had put forth this type of evidence for decades—evidence that both of us were convinced was faulty. With nothing to gain for herself, Dr. Miller stuck with the case, and with me and Mr. Goode, for many years. Miller was the first person I called to tell the news. We were both in shock. The crime scene investigator can use videography as a valuable tool for crime scene documentation, and the use of videography for orientation is essential for any viewer to understand the crime scene and its evidence.

Videography at crime scenes should be the first step after the walkthrough or preliminary scene survey has been completed and photographs have been taken. The actual process or technique for the videography of crime scenes is summarized below.

Crime Scene Documentation

In some circumstances, the addition of comments by the videographer may be deemed subjective by the courts and can lead to omissions in the taping process. It is important to prevent added subjectivity to the crime scene documentation by making sure that all law enforcement personnel are not videotaped on the scene. The video should only contain the crime scene, the victim s , and the physical evidence, not investigators or first responders standing around viewing the process.

A generalorientation view of the crime scene should follow the initial recording of the surroundings. The use of the four compass points will ensure that all general viewpoints are taped. Close-up views of the items of evidence are not usually part of the videography, as still photography is better suited for that purpose. Videography of the crime scene has the orientation of the crime scene in a graphic nature as its primary purpose and is not intended to allow for detailed, high-quality recording of close-up views of individual items of evidence.

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A tripod or monopod will greatly facilitate these movements. Locating the camera by use of compass points and degree panning will produce recordings of excellent orientation purposes. The original tape should be kept as evidence and duplicate copies made for viewing.