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  • Evidence Interpretation

    one of these key elements. Many factors can determine if the evidence submitted before a court of law is accurate such as how the evidence is collected, if proper protocell was followed before the laboratory’s handling of the evidence, and if the evidences was accurately processed by the crime scene laboratory by various forensic scientists. Furthermore, with the advances in technology in today’s society, various pieces of evidence such a DNA analysis have been considered a crucial element…

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  • Write An Essay On The Role Of Forensic Science In Criminal Justice

    Forensic applies to courts or the judicial system, combine that with science and forensic science mean applying scientific methods and processes to solving crime. Forensic Science deals with the application of the knowledge and methodology of various disciplines of science to legal matters. It involves the use of multiple disciplines such as physics, chemistry, biology, computer science and engineering for evidence analysis. For instance, physics is used to understand the pattern of a blood…

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  • The Art Of Forensic Science

    The word forensic derives from the Latin word “forensis” which means to be publicly known or heard. Most forensic scientists in the 1800 and 1900’s were self- taught but even now there are not many colleges that are certified to give a degree in forensics. Forensic science has been around since 44 B.C. but it wasn’t recognized as a method of science until the late 20th century. Forensic science is an asset in solving crime. Forensic science has become so popular in the past twenty- five years. I…

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  • Forensic Report

    .1. Introduction: Forensic Science: Forensic may be defined as the Application of Science to law. This is the application of Scientific methods to decide questions arising from crime or litigation. In forensic science, the DNA properties are used in investigation to include a suspect or exclude a suspect from a criminal case like rape, assault even from small drops of semen, blood, or small pieces of hair, nails, etc. In forensic analysis certain regions of DNA are analyzed and respective…

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  • Forensic Science Essay

    FORENSIC SCIENCE (forensis: a latin word, meaning-belonging to the court of law) in its’ simplest term is the multidisciplinary branch of science that is used for the court of law for criminal administration. The role of forensic science starts after Crime Scene Investigation. It is the Physical Evidences which are Collected, Packed, Preserved, from the crime scene and Forwarded to the Forensic Laboratories for their examination under the different branches of this science. CRIME SCENE…

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  • Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman Case Study

    case is a case that dramatically influenced forensic science. On the night of February 26, 2012, Trayvon Martin a 17 year old high school student was fatally shot by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida, The United States. Gorge Zimmerman, who was a 28 year old man of mixed race (Hispanic) was the coordinator for a neighborhood watch for the gated community where Trayvon Martin was living temporarily (Gray 2012). The 17 year old Trayvon Martin was unarmed during the incident but after the police…

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  • A Career In Forensics

    Television has produced numerous shows that do not paint a clear or accurate picture of what a Forensic Scientist job entails. Criminal shows exaggerate the techniques and fail to note the importance of the abilities of Forensic Scientist and Crime Scene Investigators. A reported 100 million people watch criminal television shows weekly, who form a perception often skewed and fictional in regarding the real world of Forensics. Sorenson Forensics Executive Director Tim Kupferschmid…

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  • Criminalist Career

    They spend time at crime scenes and in crime labs collecting, analyzing and testing evidence. Sometime they spend their time during the trial in court to give testimonies and presentations to the jury. To become a criminalist, you must attend a 4-year program and complete a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. You must complete 24 semester hours of math, biology or chemistry, and after college you must receive professional certification. Loras college, The University of Iowa and Iowa Lakes…

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  • Professional Ethics In Forensic Science

    subjective errors of omissions, false misrepresentation among other mistakes that are made knowingly or inadvertently by forensic investigators. The investigative processes involved in solving a criminal act possessing the presence of evidence through application of forensic science, he opines, can lead to wrong conclusion that has a ripple effect of wrong justice being meted out by the legal system on innocent individuals that relies on such. His article brings to the fore the issue of…

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  • Becoming A Forensic Scientist Essay

    frustrating sometimes, because you’re just not sure if you have the correct tools. Forensic scientist will always have the correct tools to identify objects or even people, such as dead bodies, murder weapons, or sometimes even identify a crime scene. This career might not be the most cleanse or probably not the prettiest, but it is an extremely active job that anybody can have. Working in the field is like working with family. Although, some scientists are always going to be busy people, there…

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