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As Dexter and CSI fans and most other people know, a crime scene may involve several of the following:
--blood droplets of various shapes and sizes
--blood sprays, spurts, and splashes
--blood flows, pools, and transfers
--dried blood
--projected blood
--cast-off blood

Blood spatter analysis uses this blood to recreate a crime and pursue a guilty verdict for the criminal and justice for the victim.

So where did this relatively new area of forensics come from? How does a person become a blood spatter analyst? What does a blood spatter analyst do? And perhaps most importantly, how can blood evidence help solve a criminal case and result in a courtroom verdict?

This affordable little eBook answers these questions, and more!

It's great for Dexter or CSI fans, crime buffs, and home schoolers.

This book is approximately 7,000 words---perfect for reading on your computer, android phone, e-reader, or other electronic device. That means you can read it and learn something new, no matter where you are. Short enough to be read in 1 or 2 lunch breaks, this ebook delivers a fascinating overview of a compelling subject. Now instead of just wasting time, you can spend your lunch break learning something new—with this Lunch Break book!

Excerpt:

“SPURTING (also called arterial spurting) occurs during an attack that yields medium- or high-velocity bloodstains, when a victim’s arteries are severed or otherwise damaged. If the damaged arteries are close to the skin, the victim bleeds quickly and blood spurts from wounds, each spurt occurring with a beat or pump of the heart. A large amount of blood is projected, leaving a distinctive arched bloodstain pattern. As the victim bleeds profusely, his or her blood pressure declines and the spurting becomes less intense; therefore, spurting bloodstains vary in size, becoming smaller and projected shorter distances. This spatter is typically seen on a vertical surface, such as a wall, in arch-like shapes of decreasing sizes. As noted earlier, arterial blood is rich in oxygen and has a bright red color.”

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