Jessica Simpson

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  • Maloy Vs. Burlington: Case Study

    After reviewing all the evidence I have come to the conclusion that Matthew Maloy Murdered Robert Burlington. I have come to this conclusion using entomology and through the use of fingerprint, blood, tire track, and hair analysis. The fingerprint tests´ showed us that the only people who touched the bloody tire iron were Nicole Burlington and Matthew Maloy. Nicole Burlington is the spouse of the victim so her touching the item is reasonable but Matthew Maloy touching it is strange especially…

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  • Domestic Violence: The OJ Simpson Case

    Is there more awareness in domestic violence since the OJ Simpson case? Did Nicole know that she was going to be murdered ahead of time? Was there anything that could have been done to prevent this? What are the rights of Nicole’s family? All of these plus many more are questions that have come up since this tragedy 22 years ago. This case had much to do with the Violence Against Women Act being passed by Congress in 1994. There was a pattern of violence from OJ towards Nicole and this should…

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  • Oj Simpson Murder Case

    Why would a successful football star throw his life away? OJ Simpson, who previously and still continually accused of murdering Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman, was an American Football Star Player, winning the Heisman Trophy in 1968. Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were both murdered outside of Nicole’s condo, and many believe it was OJ, but was it really? In the controversial court case of OJ Simpson, the verdict correctly appointed him innocent and acquitted him of the murders of Nicole Brown and…

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  • Oj Simpson Case Study Essay

    laws and techniques with the processes used in the OJ Simpson case. In addition, I will recommend preventions for future cases as well as illustrate the connection between stalking, intimate violence, and homicide. Furthermore, I will apply the victimology and criminology theory that best fits the case and explain the use of lethality or danger assessments by law enforcement. Lastly, I will identify facts that show lethality signs in the Simpson case and create a lethality or danger…

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  • The Casey Anthony Trial

    Not Guilty was the Verdict Felicia Duncan Polk State College CCJ3024 Dr. Raymond Oberg The murder trial that took America by storm. All of America and surrounding Countries was fascinated with the Casey Anthony Trial. She was accused of murdering her daughter Caylee Anthony in 2008. Cindy Anthony reported her granddaughter Caylee missing on July 15, 2008 after 31 days (Casey Anthony Trial, 2011). Casey Anthony was question by detectives and she informed them that the nanny…

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  • The Importance Of Forensic Evidence

    Forensic evidence has been around for centuries. Whether it is using things like fingerprints or soil samples, it has been a significant form of support to find and convict criminals. Only recently, though, has DNA analysis become a major part of the forensic evidence process. The goal of this paper is to discuss how DNA analysis can be applied to dental, hair, and blood evidence to solve crimes; also, the importance of an accurate and detailed chain of custody log will be shown. The standard…

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  • Nicole Brown Simpson Case

    “We the jury in the above entitled action, find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, a human being.” The courtroom was filled with gasps, tears, cries of joy, and many hugs.“We the jury in the above entitled action, find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder of Ronald Lyle Goldman, a human being.” More weeping and celebrations followed the second verdict. The final decision had been made. After…

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  • Clontarf House Kidnapping Research Paper

    A squad of detectives were assigned the job of tracing the vehicle. Some 4,000 vehicles with engine numbers bearing prefixes SQ or ASQ were on record on the DMT. The job of tracing and interviewing the owners of these 4,000 cars, was quickly set in movement. Graeme's school case was found behind a school's monument at the side of a main road. However, Graeme's body was not found until the 16th of August, a month after the kidnapping. The body was discovered close to the side of a fence by two…

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  • Court Reflection Paper

    When heading into state court, I was unsure of what to expect. I have always been a fan of movies with cases and most recently I have found a large amount of interest in the OJ Simpson case through activity watching the show The People v. OJ Simpson released this past year. However, the large cases seen on television and the cases often uses for television shows or movies show a dramatized version of what was actually experienced during my visit to court in New Haven. A friend in another section…

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  • Jury Judgment In Reginald Rose's 12 Angry Men

    In a courtroom, there are many differents components that make a case. A Judge, A Jury, Prosecution and a Defense. The play 12 Angry Men by: Reginald Rose, she showed that there was 2 jurors that were very hard to work with in the 3rd and 10th juror. To understand 12 Angry Men Better, you need to look at the little things that described and that made the jury. There are many different ways that a trial can go wrong. An inadequate lawyer, jury dismissal, wrongful conviction, bad evidence. One of…

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