In order to establish and evaluate the contextual variables that influence forensic fraud, this dissertation sought to examine and correlate the traits of fraudulent forensic examiners (n=100); the nature of their fraud; their places of employment; and the impact of their misconduct. It was limited in scope to those cases involving fraud related to the examination of physical evidence, and revealed in the United States from 2000 to 2010.
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Fraud investigation United States; Criminal investigation
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