Table of contents for Shot and framed : photographers at the crime scene / by Diane Webber.

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Overheard at the Crime Scene
Ready, Aim, Shoot!						8
	
See for Yourself
Shot and Framed				10
	
Who's Who?
The Forensic Team					12
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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?
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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.