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Methodology of Investigation of Murders
Gotschalková, Markéta ; Musil, Jan (advisor) ; Dvořák, Marek (referee)
Methodology of Investigation of Murders Abstract This thesis examined methodology of investigation of murders. As this is a very broad topic, the focus was on selected aspects of the investigation methodology. The introduction of the thesis was devoted to murder from the perspective of law and its comparison with the crime of killing and murder of a newborn child by the mother. The nuances that differentiate them are discussed there. The second chapter focuses on the criminological characteristics of murder. It provides the reader with an insight into the characteristics of the perpetrators of murder and who the victims most often are. The following chapters deal with the individual components of the methodology itself. They describe typical clues as well as investigative situations that criminologists most often encounter in practice. Attention is also paid to the methods of crime scene examination, examination of a corpse and forensic examination. The eighth chapter discusses the planning and organisation of the investigation and the way in which criminal investigators construct versions based on the evidence and clues found, which are then tested. The penultimate chapter describes the peculiarities of subsequent investigative and search operations. In particular, this includes the interrogation of the...

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