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Contents Overheard at the Crime Scene Ready, Aim, Shoot! 8 See for Yourself Shot and Framed 10 Who's Who? The Forensic Team 12 copy Case #1 The Mysterious Murder of Marilyn Sheppard More than 50 years ago her death shocked the nation. Can the crime-scene photos tell us who really did it? 15 Case #2 The Case of the Too-Tall Robber Someone goes to jail for stealing $200 from a store. Can high-tech photography tell if police got the right man? 27 Case #3 The Case of the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang A group of thieves is robbing store after store. Can crime-scene photography put an end to their spree? 35 Forensics Flashback Key Dates in Crime Scene Photography 44 Ripped From the Headlines In the News 46 Real Stuff Pros and Cons 48 Careers Help Wanted: Crime Scene Photographer 52 Resources 56 Dictionary 59 Index 62 Author's Note 64
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Legal photography -- Juvenile literature.
Criminal investigation -- Juvenile literature.
Evidence, Criminal -- Juvenile literature.
Electronic surveillance -- Juvenile literature.
Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature.