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By A. Piazza (auth.), Prof. Dr. Walter Bär, Prof. Dr. Angelo Fiori, Prof. Dr. Umberto Rossi (eds.)

th This quantity contains the court cases of the 15 Congress of the foreign Society of Forensic Haemogenetics (ISFH), held for the 1st time in Venezia Lido, th th Italy, on thirteen -15 October 1993. The abstracts of the clinical contributions despatched to the Congress were sub­ divided into chapters with numbers and headings such as the Congress periods indexed within the ultimate programme. A basic index of all authors, in alpha­ betical order, is given on the finish of the booklet. The publication contains 188 contributions and addresses a number of difficulties almost immediately being mentioned in forensic haemogenetics. the most element is, in fact, dedicated to DNA know-how: current and destiny traits in DNA technique­ ology, DNA polymorphisms in paternity trying out and in legal research, DNA sequencing, PCR method, qc and caliber coverage. info were collected on inhabitants genetics and biostatistics. a brand new glance has been given at previous neighbors, with vital contributions at the molecular biology of classical markers. traditional genetic markers were studied. difficulties hooked up with genetic typing and human rights were handled extensive, and the heritage and geography of human genes were elucidated.

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The contour maps of their geografic variation in Europe show an East-West gradient very similar to that of our analysis of the third principal component of genes. The interpretation of this finding is not easy, even less so because of the low number of sites, around 50, on which the analysis is based. ) from the Eurasian steppes as suggested by our genetic data or b) an unidentified influence by environmental factors which are known to affect craniometric and in general morphological traits more directly than genetic types.

All the evidence is gathered together for the first time in the judge's summing-up. He weighs up the pros and cons of each individual plece of evidence, assessing each piece in relation to the rest as well as to a specific person, either the defendant or the plaintiff. This process produces a "probability of incrimination". Not all individual facts refer directly to people involved in the case. For instance, if traces of paint or tools have been identified, it is the duty of the judge to relate these findings to a suspect; his conclusion may be either positive or negative.

The answer is simple. No judge will have such breadth of experience as to have dealt with 100 cases with the same circumstances. In reality, in no two cases are the circumstances exactly the same. Thus, it is impossible for the judge to decide according to Bayes, to declare that on the given evidence one may expect for instance that 99 of 100 cases with the same circumstances will be decided correctly and one falsely. Rather, the judge must picture the present case as one of a series of comparable (even if not identical) cases so as to decide for himself whether it better fits the distribution of upheld or the distribution of the dismissed cases.

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