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  • Disinterments. Their value and associated problems 

    Eckert, William G.; Katchis, G. Steve; James, Stuart (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1990-03)
    This article presents our experience with several cases of disinterment, including reasons for disinterment, the methodology involved, and the value of this activity in solving medicolegal problems.
  • Investigation of cremations and severely burned bodies 

    Eckert, William G.; James, Stuart; Katchis, Steve (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1988-09)
    Among the most difficult cases for law enforcement and medicolegal investigators to investigate are those in which victims have been deliberately burned to cover up a crime, or those in which cremation has resulted from ...
  • The pathology and medicolegal aspects of sexual activity 

    Eckert, William G.; Katchis, Steve; Donovan, William (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1991-03)
    The pathology of injury and its complications related to sexual activities has changed remarkably when compared with that of the past, which usually involved assaults or murders of female victims of varying ages, with ...
  • The Ripper Project. Modern science solving mysteries of history 

    Eckert, William G. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1989-06)
    Modern scientific techniques may be applied to solve historical--even ancient--mysteries. Many such mysteries have been studied by forensic scientists, including anthropologists. One example is the recent examination of ...