This chapter examines the investigative process as it relates to self-solving murders. Self-solvers or self-solving investigations refer to those cases that are solved comparatively easy by the police because there is sufficient evidence at the crime scene for them to identify a likely suspect. An important element of the work that is done in these enquiries relates to the construction of the case in preparation for the prosecution.
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