Law enforcement personnel, coroners and other death investigators often encounter crime scenes and victims that require dental expertise. Attorneys are asked to present dental evidence in court. "Forensic Dental Evidence: An Investigator's Handbook", was written by forensic dentist Michael C. Bowers. This book delivers the backbone information these individuals urgently require to assess better their needs in both casework and litigation. "Forensic Dental Evidence" contains numerous photographs of crime scene evidence and bite marks on victims and details for the reader the types of dental evidence and what is expected regarding collection, documentation and the capabilities of analytical methods. where to obtain ??