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  1. #25 Our spring issue features an interview with the real Gil Grissom, a peek inside the real CSI-Las Vegas crime lab, a great impression activity for your students, a virtual crime scene, a lesson on bone fractures, a checklist for critiquing forensic TV shows, some ideas of things to be on the lookout for when summer eventually arrives, a Mini Mystery, What’s Going On, Just For Fun, Hot Links, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more. Click below the photo to download this issue for free.

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#24 This is our ballistics issue and it has a lot going on for your students. We talk to Dr. Peter Diaczuk, a firearms expert from John Jay College, there’s a firearms quiz, a lab using barcodes to compare bullets, a trajectory lesson using  marshmallow guns, an inexpensive bullet lab, a Mini Mystery, an exercise comparing evidence from the Lindurgh baby murder, A Day in the Life of a firearm examiner, What’s Going On, Just For Fun, Hot Links, The Morgue Guy, Stoopid Criminals, and more!

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