LE MOYNE SNYDER, M.D.
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During the era since the last war the science of criminal investigation has enjoyed tremendous growth. This quarter of a century has witnessed the development of fingerprinting into a common, everyday procedure. Scientific firearms identification (improperly called "ballistics") is a development of the last few years. The employment of blood grouping examinations in cases of contested paternity, scientific determination of alcoholic intoxication and many other valuable procedures have all come into use during this same time. The medical profession can take pride in the fact that its members have contributed so generously to the development of this new field.
SNYDER LM. CRIMINAL INTERROGATION WITH THE LIE DETECTOR; EIGHT YEARS' EXPERIENCE BY THE MICHIGAN STATE POLICE1. Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:551–563. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-4-551
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1943;18(4):551-563.
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