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  • The Importance Of Forensic Anthropology And Biology

    Over the course of years Forensic Anthropology and Biology has coincided with the criminal court system, and has had the ability to help face dangerous individuals with justice and to find these individuals guilty. Forensic Biology is defined as the application of science where the process of identifying badly decomposed, skeletal, or that of unidentified human remains is done. Forensic Anthropology is defined as the application of science that involves the physical anthropology to the criminal or legal process. When working to solve a case, a forensic anthropologist is looking for a numerous amount of characteristics, such as to find the race, sex, ancestry, stature and unique features of the decedent. These characteristics help in the role…

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  • Criminalistics

    Criminalistics, while often called forensics, is actually a subdivision of forensic science that encompasses a wide variety of scientific disciplines, such as toxicology, anthropology, and odontology. The primary purpose of this field is to identify, gather, analyze, and interpret physical evidence found at a crime scene, as well as present it in court. The gathering and analyzing of evidence is paramount to forming a case, prosecuting the perpetrator, and convincing the judge and jury. Without…

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  • Case Study Of Forensic Anthropology

    1. In the presentation conducted by Dr. Tracey Rogers (2015), the purpose of a forensic anthropologist was to determine if the bones found in the cemetery had any forensic significance, since only a forensic anthropologist can determine this. 2a. Dr. Tracey Rogers (2015) stated in Ontario, forensic anthropologist serve as consultants for Ontario Forensic Pathology Service in regards to autopsies. b. The police, a pathologist or a coroner may request involvement of a forensic anthropologist…

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  • Forensic Anthropologist Case Study

    FSC239Y5Y Assignment 1: Case Report Presentation Question 1- The Role of a Forensic Anthropologist a) In general, the role of a forensic anthropologist is to examine human remains. In this particular case, the role of the forensic anthropologist was to excavate, examine and identify an unknown body that was discovered near a prohibited burial site at a cemetery in British Colombia (Rogers 2017). Dr. Rogers, who was the forensic anthropologist for the case was successful in her role of…

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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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  • Digital Forensic Investigation

    Digital Forensic Investigation (DFI), LLC has been contracted by American Marketing Systems (AMS) to perform a clandestine investigation of a suspected internal skimming operation involving an unknown number of employees in its marketing department or accounts receivable. AMS has just become aware of this predicament, but are unaware of the how the skimming operation is being conducted. DFI has been contracted by AMS to ascertain if a skimming operation exists, and if so, who is implicated and…

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  • The Challenges Of Digital Evidence

    Malicious insiders are posturing exceptional security difficulties to organizations because of their insight, abilities, and authorized access to data frameworks. The scopes of potential digital evidence supports have grown exponentially, be it hard drives in personal computers and laptops or solid state memories in mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, even while idleness times linger behind. This paper discusses four best sources of data that forensics experts hunger to get their…

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  • Forensic Science Dbq Essay

    The discipline of forensic science has been under fire for quite some time now, and one can say that it is completely justified. Fraudulent and incompetent analysts, such as Annie Dookhan, have performed investigations in flawed crime labs, like that of the Baltimore crime lab, and through this process, have imprisoned the innocent, just as Cameron T. Willingham was falsely convicted. Issues occurred in all of these instances that allowed for the devaluing of the field of forensic science. If…

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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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