Notes: Episode 40, Early Modern Criminology (Part 2)

As with every show, I’ll list any corrections or clarifications here. If there’s anything I’ve overlooked, please contact me by email or in the comments and I’ll edit the notes to reflect the new information.   12:34 – Curiously enough, the Miranda warning was not put into place until 1966 in the United States. The familiar set of explanations about a suspect’s rights, usually beginning with the right to remain silent, came out of a Supreme Court case in which Ernesto Arturo […]

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40. Early Modern Criminology (Part 2)

In this episode, we discuss the development of modern forensics and its application to detective work, beginning with the work of Alphonse Bertillon, moving through the golden age of fingerprint analysis and criminal profiling, touching on the Jack the Ripper and H H Holmes murders, and ending with the implementation of DNA profiling in the 1980s.

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