Revelação de Impressões Digitais em Suportes Celulósicos e Cédulas de Dinheiro: uma revisão

Bernardo José Munhoz Lobo, Júlio Lemos de Macedo

Resumo


O presente trabalho é um apanhado bibliográfico versando sobre a perícia de impressões digitais latentes em suportes porosos, especialmente em dinheiro. São expostos reveladores pertinentes a esse tipo de suporte e os esforços envidados, por instituições de diversas nacionalidades, ao tentar definir metodologias eficazes à revelação de impressões latentes em cédulas de dinheiro, tanto verdadeiro quanto falso. As metodologias encontradas apontaram procedimentos tão diversos quanto a variedade de espécies de cédulas estudadas, demonstrando que uma metodologia adequada ao dinheiro brasileiro não pode ser trazida de estudos internacionais sem devidas considerações e um processo de contextualização. A busca por impressões em cédulas falsas também deve ser tomada com a complexidade que representa, apesar de ser mais simples do que dinheiro verdadeiro, o conhecimento prévio dos aspectos intrínsecos ao suporte é determinante para o sucesso dos exames periciais e imprescindível ao definir como estes serão conduzidos.


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Perícia. Papiloscopia. Impressões Digitais. Cédula. Dinheiro. Superfícies porosas.

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