Practical Methods for Legal Investigations: Concepts and Protocols in Civil and Criminal CasesDean A. CLI Beers
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“Mr. Beers' exemplary performance can be traced to his merger of life experience with in-depth study of criminalistics and meticulous attention to detail.a His investigations show a unique combination of 'book smarts' and common sense.” “Dean is an expert forensic photographer and was one of the most thorough medicolegal death investigators I have encountered in my career.a He showed great skill during scene investigations, performing case follow-up, and in the autopsy suite.a He is a credit to the profession and I believe his work displays a commitment to the forensic sciences and investigative services.a His work in both photography and medicolegal investigations is detailed, thorough, objective, and of the highest quality.” — Stephen J. Cina, MD, Forensic Pathologist, “The painstaking inquiry of the legal investigator is indispensable to the competent and successful trial attorney and to the effective administration of justice in this country.” — National Association of Legal Investigators / Certified Legal Investigator Program, " ! an information packed, all inclusive “Legal Investigator's Manual” providing a thorough understanding of the knowledge, skills and practices required in order to become the successful, highly valued investigator on any legal team. ! should be a 'must-read' for every new investigator making his or her way into criminal defense and civil negligence matters. ! The wealth of information in this book is both comprehensive and timeless." —Pursuit Magazine "I have in front of me a textbook that all professional investigators should read. Dean Beers ! has managed to do a great job of compiling a handbook of concepts and protocols that apply to both civil and criminal investigations. ! From the outset, this text thoroughly and concisely walks you through an investigation, covering a variety of civil and criminal investigations, from photography to death analysis and all things in between." —Florida Association of Licensed Investigators Newsletter