24 FBI L. Enforcement Bull. [i] (1955)

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FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin


Restricted to the Use of Law


Vol. 24, No. 1


CONTENTS


Statement ol Director J. Edgar Hoover


Feature Article:
    Current Judicial Views on Evidence and Confessions, by Robert W.
    Miller, Professor of Law, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y.
      (Continued from the December 1954 issue) . . .
    Our Statistical Report Serves Many Purposes, by Lt. Bruce W.
    Weathers, Commanding  Officer, Records Division, San Diego
    Police Department.......        ..   .. .       . . .

Communications and Records:
    A Miniature Radio Receiver for Police Use, by Lawrence H. Smith,
    Radio  Technician, Police Department, Atlantic City, N. J. . . .


Scientific Aids:
    Shoe and Tire Impressions . . . .

Identification:
    Interesting Pattern . . . . . . .

Other Topics:
    A Public Safety Building for the Twentieth Century,
    Midland Reporter Telegram, Midland, Tex. . .
    Record Attendance at 61st Annual IACP Conference
    Fraud by Wire, Radio or Television  .
    He Left His Mark    .    ..........
    Wanted by the FBI (Roy Wesley Smith)   .
    Unidentified Deceased . . . . . . . . . .
    Time To Nominate    .    ..........
    Immunity Law . . . .....


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by Cope Routh,
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JANUARY   1955


Published  by the  FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, UNITED STATES
               DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Washington 25, D. C.


Enforcement   Officials










     The  FBI Law  En-
     forcement Bulletin
     is issued monthly
     to law-enforcement
     agencies through-
     out  the  United
     States.  Much  of
     the data appearing
     herein is of a confi-
     dential nature and
     its circulation
     should be restricted
     to law-enforcement
     officers; therefore,
     material contained
     in this Bulletin
     may   not be  re-
     printed without
     prior authorization
     by the  Federal
     Bureau of Investi-
     gation.

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