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NCJ Number: 30930 Find in a Library
Title: SOLVING OFFENSES INVOLVING EXPLOSIVES - LECTURE AT THE CRIMINALISTICS INSTITUTE OF THE CANTON OF ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, ON FEBRUARY 24, 1975, PART 1
Journal: KRIMINALISTIK  Volume:29  Issue:6  Dated:(JUNE, 1975)  Pages:274-278
Author(s): H SUTER
Corporate Author: Kriminalistik Verlag Gmbh
Germany (Unified)
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 5
Sponsoring Agency: Kriminalistik Verlag Gmbh
6900 Heidelburg 1, Germany
Format: Article
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: REVIEW OF SWISS LEGAL PROVISIONS COVERING EXPLOSIVES OFFENSES AND OF THE PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED IN POLICE INVESTIGATION OF SUCH OFFENSES.
Abstract: EXPLOSIVES OFFENSES OCCURRING IN ZURICH BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 1973 AND JANUARY 1975 ARE CITED. PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED IN COLLECTING AND PRESERVING EVIDENCE AND SUBMITTING IT TO POLICE EXPERTS FOR EVALUATION ARE DESCRIBED. TYPES OF PERSONS WHO MIGHT HAVE INFORMATION AND SHOULD BE INTERVIEWED ARE MENTIONED. --IN GERMAN
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation; Evidence collection; Evidence preservation; Expert witnesses; Explosives; Interview and interrogation; Laws and Statutes; Switzerland; Witnesses
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