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|Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's effect on Forensic Science|

The effect Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's effect on Forensic Science
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John Smith

on 20 September 2012

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Transcript of |Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's effect on Forensic Science|

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's
Effect on Forensic Science Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is most well known for his authorship of the Sherlock Holmes novels In his novels the fictitious detective Sherlock Holmes
and his bumbling sidekick John Watson use a variety of
forensic techniques such as serology, ballistics, fingerprinting, and document analysis to find various
criminals such as his equally fictitious archenemy Professor James Moriarty. Sir Arthur Doyle's novels effected forensics in the way that they expose people to the concept of forensic science and have caused many people to become interested in it. His novels also contain the first uses of serology, ballistics,
fingerprinting, and document analysis in a crime scene situation and encouraged their use in real world crime scenes. Work cited
World of Forensic Science volume 1 A-L
The notes from class By:Richard Gordon
& Ian Fackiener
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