Harmonisation in forensic expertise

International affairs / Council of europe

Harmonisation in forensic expertise

An inquiry into the desirability of and opportunities for international standards

Summary

This volume contains contributions regarding different aspects of the following questions:

  • What are the differences and similarities between the various national jurisdictions in European countries concerning the law and practices regarding forensic experts and legal professionals?
  • What instruments are available to legislators, politicians and legal professionals to create more unity in legal systems and practices?
  • What frameworks and tools can be developed in this context by international organizations such as the European Union, the Council of Europe and non-governmental organizations such as the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes?

Index

List of abbreviations
Preface
The focus of this book

  1. European developments in harmonisation
  2. Interdisciplinarity
  3. Forensic expertise and criminal procedure
  4. Quality
  5. Comparative law
  6. Data-base, exchange of data and forensic expertise
  7. Evidence and statistics

Epilogue

Publication data

Author(s):
Nijboer, J.F. (ed.), Sprangers, W.J.J.M. (ed.)
Organization(s):
Leiden University - Study Centre on Evidence, Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI), WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
Thela Thesis
Year of publication:
2000
ISBN:
9051704984
Signature:
Na 1827

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