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eBook Delayed Justice: Inside Stories from America's Best Cold Case Investigators ePub

by Mary Branson,Jack Branson

  • ISBN: 1616143924
  • Category: True Crime
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Mary Branson,Jack Branson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prometheus Books (June 21, 2011)
  • Pages: 301
  • ePub book: 1518 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1216 kb
  • Other: txt doc azw lit
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 680

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Mary Branson (Cumming, GA) is a freelance writer and the president of AptWord, In. a literary agency. For relatives as for the initial investigators at a crime scene, the resolution of a cold case finally brings closure to emotional wounds.

Mary Branson (Cumming, GA) is a freelance writer and the president of AptWord, In. She is the author of many books, including (with Jack Branson) Murder in Mayberry and Cutting Myself in Half. While solving a cold case merits satisfaction for justice, many of these unsolved crimes remain unresolved.

Delayed Justice book . Start by marking Delayed Justice: Inside Stories from America's Best Cold Case Investigations as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The authors examine how cold case investigations differ from standard investigations and why cold case detectives sometimes have success where earlier investigators failed.

The authors examine how cold case investigations differ from standard investigations and why cold case .

The authors examine how cold case investigations differ from standard investigations and why cold case detectives sometimes have success where earlier investigators failed. They also discuss some of the pitfalls of reopening long-unsolved crimes, such as lost or compromised evidence and the difficulty of getting accurate information from witnesses who must rely on fading memories. Jack Branson, Mary Branson.

This book documents the heroic efforts of some of the nation's most prolific cold case detectives.

Автор: Branson Jack, Branson Mary Название: Delayed Justice: Inside .

Автор: Branson Jack, Branson Mary Название: Delayed Justice: Inside Stories from America& Best Cold Case Investigations Издательство: Random House (USA) Классификация: ISBN: 1616143924 ISBN-13(EAN): 9781616143923 ISBN: 1-61614-392-4 ISBN-13(EAN): 978-1-61614-392-3 Обложка/Формат: Hardback Вес: . 64 к. Поставляется из: США Описание: Presents real-life stories and insights into the world of cold-case investigations. This title examines how cold case investigations differ from standard investigations and why cold case detectives sometimes have success where others failed.

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Why temperatures drop Turning up the heat New hope for old cases Investigation 101 Advanced course in cold case techniques Why colder can be hotter How cases ice over Keeping up the heat Speaking for the victims.

Publication, Distribution, et. Amherst, . Prometheus Books, (c)2011. Why temperatures drop Turning up the heat New hope for old cases Investigation 101 Advanced course in cold case techniques Why colder can be hotter How cases ice over Keeping up the heat Speaking for the victims. Personal Name: Branson, Mary Kinney. Rubrics: Cold cases (Criminal investigation) United States Homicide investigation Criminal investigation. Download now Delayed justice : inside stories from America's best cold case investigators by Jack Branson and Mary Branson. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Read "Delayed Justice Inside Stories from America's Best Cold Case . by Jack Branson, Mary Branson. This book documents the heroic efforts of some of the nation's most prolific cold case detectives. In collaboration the.

This book documents the heroic efforts of some of the nation’s most prolific cold case detectives. In collaboration the authors, these professionals share their insights, skills, and resources, using their most compelling cold cases as illustrations. The authors examine how cold case investigations differ from standard investigations and why cold case detectives sometimes have success where earlier investigators failed. They also discuss some of the pitfalls of reopening long-unsolved crimes, such as lost or compromised evidence and the difficulty of getting accurate information from witnesses who must rely on fading memories. Looking to the future, the authors discuss new technology that may someday allow investigators to drastically enhance surveillance videos and create a facial recognition database as accurate as DNA analysis and fingerprints. Both true crime readers and fellow law enforcement professionals will find the stories and expert insights described in this book to be fascinating and instructive.

Comments

Delaath Delaath
This was a great book. It belongs on the desk of every detective. I highly recommend it!. It should be required reading for every oop.
TheSuspect TheSuspect
Great book
Tinavio Tinavio
See above - did not get a chance to read it. These are issues that interest me, as I have a similar case of delayed justice with my daughter's disappearance.
Arashitilar Arashitilar
This is unquestionably one of the worst books I have ever tried to read. It's repetitive, to the degree that the book is at least three times longer than it would have been without the padding. The tone is pretentious--the authors would have the reader believe they are getting some profound insights or revelations about solving crimes whereas many of the observations are sophomoric at best and pompous at worst. The so-called organizational device of partially discussing a case only to pick up unfinished strands later is confusing, and is responsible for a large part of the redundancy in the book. Finally, rather than providing the reader with cases that were actually solved and therefore concluded, the authors have often left us with "this crime was never solved." This book is neither entertaining nor informative; one would never gain the expertise necessary to work in the criminal justice system and is ultimately a waste of money.
caif caif
This book was a big disappointment. It doesn't give enough information about cases; usually just a quick review of a case. Its organization is poor.
Duzshura Duzshura
Cold case investigations have been popularized in the media, and some of these fictionalized versions parallel what in fact happens when a past crime is finally solved. Modern technology, reexamination of evidence, new witnesses that either change their testimony or add new information, fresh insights of different investigators and other chance events can lead to solutions for past mysteries. For relatives as for the initial investigators at a crime scene, the resolution of a cold case finally brings closure to emotional wounds. Related in this account are several reopened closed cases as the authors follow the cold case detectives and examine the procedures and rationales they follow. While solving a cold case merits satisfaction for justice, many of these unsolved crimes remain unresolved. For those who enjoy reading mysteries, there is much descriptive gore in this account, unfortunately these are true tales. It is only somewhat rewarding to know that improved forensics, psychological profiling, resolute investigators, information networks and other refined resources aid in finding the miscreant. Some cold case rape victims survive the attack, but the post-traumatic anxiety intensifies when the assailant is not apprehended. Fortunately DNA databases have enabled identification and incarceration of the criminal sometimes years after the event. This is a fascinating account of criminal justice procedures which should appeal to the layperson as well as the criminal justice student.
Lanin Lanin
Meh. I don't think this book was very well presented. From the dust jacket material I thought it would be a collection of stories about cold cases and how, after years or decades, they were solved (or not solved). But, while such stories were certainly in there, the book was more like a collection of lists: lists of reasons why cases become cold, reasons why a cold case can suddenly heat up again, new advances in forensic science that help cold cases, ways to re-activate a cold case, etc. There's nothing wrong with this and much of what the book said was interesting, but it wasn't what I was looking for or what it was presented as.