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The Need for Diversification of Forensic Tactical Rules Applicable to Crime Scene Investigation


The unprecedented development of cybernetics was concretized by the emergence of computer technology in ways difficult to predict. In this context, the international underworld and organized crime have expanded the area of criminal acts, but equally there were new investigation possibilities for the police and judicial authorities, limiting the role of intuition and flair, of human spontaneity, the center of gravity falling on their ability to use new technology intelligence they have at their disposal.

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Differences in the Quality of the Photoplethysmograph Signal in Subjects with and without Nail Polish

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Preparation to Experimental Testing of the Potential from Using Facial Temperature Changes Registered with an Infrared Camera in Lie Detection

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Child Pornography and Child Abuse in Cyberspace

References 1. Robert Moore, Cybercrime. Investigating high-technology computer crime, second edition, Anderson Publishing, Oxford, 2011 2. Grainne Kirwan, Andrew Power, Cybercrime. The Psychology of online offenders, Cambridge University Press, 2013 3. Sergiu Brînză, Vitalie Stati, Tratat de drept penal. Partea specială (Criminal Law Treatise. The Special Part), Vol. I, Tipografia Centrală (Central Printing House), Chișinău (Kishinev), 2015 4. George Antoniu, Tudorel Toader et al., Explicațiile

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Laboratory and Field Research on the Ocular-motor Deception Test

, Department of Educational Psychology. Office of Technology Assessment (1983). Scientific validity of polygraph testing: A research review and evaluation . OTA-TM-H-15. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office. Osher, D. (2005). Multimethod assessment of deception: Oculomotor movement, pupil size, and response time measures. Unpublished dissertation, University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology. Patnaik, P. (2013). Ocular-motor methods for detecting deception: Direct versus indirect interrogation. Unpublished master’s thesis

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Criminal Responsibility for Concealing Truth in Finance

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Thermal Vision as a Method of Detection of Deception: A Review of experiences**

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fMRI as a Method of Detection of Deception: A Review of Experiences

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Cross-National Comparative Study on Legal Education and Admission to Practice Between China, India and Pakistan

. 13. Flood, J. (2011). Legal education in the global context: challenges from globalization, technology and changes in government regulation. 14. Gao, J. (2010). Comparison between Chinese and American Lawyers: Educated and Admitted to Practice Differently in Difference Legal System. Penn St. Int'l L. Rev., 29, 129. 15. Godwin, A., & Wu, R. W.-s. (2016). Legal Education, Practice Skills, and Pathways to Admission: A Comparative Analysis of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia. J. Legal Educ., 66, 212. 16. He, W. (2005

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