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there is no physical evidence and that Instrumentation is relatively unimportant. Theft and assault, for example, are usually committed without leaving physical evidence in the form of traces. In a Homicide, clue materials and other forms of physical evidence are of paramount importance. Instrumentation is found most effective in cases where physical evidence is important.8. Investigator’s NotebookA. Purpose: Considering the mass of details and the number of cases in