-devised a test for detecting Arsenic in corpses
German who discovered more precise method for detecting small amounts of Arsenic.
Spanish man who published article on detection of poisons and effects
-aka known as "Father of Forensic Toxicology"
-allowed more accurate recording
-French man who introduced Bertillon's System (aka Anthropometry)
-system for identifying people by physical appearance
-considered to be most accurate method of personal identification for nearly two decades
-replaced by fingerprinting in 1903
London terrorized by serial killer.
-Austrian published the first book of criminal investigation for Forensic Science
-discovered by Karl Osborn
-two men that had same exact measurements and looked identical
-published by Albert Osborn
-handwriting analysis "forgery"
-by French Edmond Locard
-when two objects come into contact with each other, a cross transfer of materials occurs that can connect a criminal suspect to the victim of the crime scene.
-Locard also started first known police crime lab.
-"Father of Modern Microscopy"
-first in United States
-led by Dr. Paul Kirk
-opens under Director J. Edgar Hoover