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    the early 2000s, CBS launched CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, a newer, sleeker crime drama aiming to depict crimes and crime scene investigations as gritty, suspenseful, and glamorous. CSI featured streamlined detective work, flashy forensics, and emotionally-charged interrogations and interviews, all carried out by aloof professionals aiming to crack their respective cases. Most significantly, however, was the fact that CSI – and shows like CSI – feature heavily simplified court scenes. These scenes present incomplete portrayals of the legal system to viewers, where they see emotionally-charged testimonies that instantaneously incriminate perpetrators and win cases. Initially, with only CSI on the air, there was perhaps little concern…

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    Crime Scene Investigator(CSI) go by many names including evidence technician, crime scene technicians, forensic investigator, crime scene analyst, criminalistic, and so on. A CSI is a person with a background of science. Forensic science started when individuals who developed the principles needed to identify physical evidence, and those who realized the need to merge these principles into a logical connection discipline that could be practically applied to a criminal justice system. There are…

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    I have found that the career of a crime scene investigator (CSI) interests me. Throughout growing up, science was always one of my strong interests and I want to continue that love through my daily job. Not only was science one of my strong qualities, I had a very strong passion for medicine. Being a crime scene investigator,…

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    Unsafe Cases

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    Unsafe Situation Every crime scene is different and the crime scene investigator should always be prepared for different scenarios that might arise at a scene. If the crime scene investigator fails to examine each crime scene properly it could harm the investigation as well as make it difficult to identify and convict the perpetrator. Some crime scenes might have unsafe situations like the crime scene that was found on Mother’s Day, 2001. A body of a male that seems to be around his 40’s, was…

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    science. The video Welcome to Homicide will also be reviewed and mentioned within this paper. The crime scene within the video will be discussed in full detail analyzing each step of the forensic process. Examination of three different pieces of evidence detailed within the crime scene from the video. A summary will also be done on the crime scene reconstruction and the significant findings found from the scene. Technology applied to forensic science continues to improve and benefit the field.…

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    The CSI Effect

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    There are a wide variety of creative and interesting crime shows on television today that a great deal of today’s society follow. Shows such as CSI, Law and Order, Forensic Files, and NCIS are becoming increasingly popular and the way the shows are scripted makes for compelling television. While these shows are indeed interesting, they are giving viewers a false sense of knowledge when it comes to the real world of forensic science and the criminal justice system as a whole. The “CSI Effect” is…

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    Forensic Parenting Essay

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    Forensic Functioning In America the word forensics proposes crime in a way that excites stories on serial killers, murder, crime scene investigation, and heavy DNA analysis. In reality, this only breaks the ice on what forensic science fully consists of. Forensic science is initially any science used for the purpose of law. The evidence tested is used in the court of law, criminal investigation, and trial. A forensic scientist does perform tests on blood and bodily fluid as well as…

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    Saginaw Career Goals

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    I was a high school student at Arthur Hill High School and I also attended the Saginaw Career Complex for one year for the medical program. When I was attending the Saginaw Career Complex I walked in my Anatomy teacher’s classroom to talk to her. When I walked in she was setting up a crime scene for the criminal program they had there. The scene she set up was awesome and it made me want to attend the class. I told my teacher I was going to come back my senior year to take her forensic class she…

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    Forensic Science Forensic science is the study of criminal justice. They study the reasoning behind crimes, such as what causes them to do it and when they did it. In forensics they learn how to analyze blood and DNA, today's technology it helps a lot to solve crimes. Evidence in forensics can vary from hair, blood, weapons, fingerprints and any other DNA. There are several parts in the forensic science field that interest me. Three of those fields are forensic psychology, forensic pathology…

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    John Doe Research Paper

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    The Marvelous World of Forensic Science What is Forensic Science and how did it begin? What is its preponderancy in solving crimes? These are some of the questions that some may ask when they hear the term forensic science. To understand what forensic science is let’s look at its meaning, Forensic Science is the scientific method of gathering and examining information about the past which is then used in a court of law. Which simply means when a group of scientist from different fields come…

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