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For more course tutorials visit\nwww.tutorialrank.com\nTutorial Purchased: 3 Times, Rating: B \n\nRead “Fact or Fiction?; The Jury is Still Out on the CSI Effect; A TV-Insprired Interest in Forensics Has Left the Courtroom Vulnerable to Junk Science,” which is located in the ProQuest database in the Ashford Online Library.\n\nWhat is the CSI Effect, and do you believe it is a legitimate concern?\n\nIn your paper, address the following:\n1.Summarize the CSI Effect and evaluate if it is a legitimate concern.

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CRJ 311 Education on your terms-tutorialrank.com

  • ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 1 Assignment The CSI Effect
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  • Read “Fact or Fiction?; The Jury is Still Out on the CSI Effect; A TV-Insprired Interest in Forensics Has Left the Courtroom Vulnerable to Junk Science,” which is located in the ProQuest database in the Ashford Online Library.What is the CSI Effect, and do you believe it is a legitimate concern?In your paper, address the following:
  • Summarize the CSI Effect and evaluate if it is a legitimate concern.
  • Analyze the impact of the CSI Effect in the courtroom.
  • Interpret what prosecutors can do to overcome this phenomenon.
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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 1 Peer Review

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Do you see value in the peer review process, as outlined in Chapter 1 of your text? Between the New England Journal of Medicine, your local newspaper, and a television news report, which do you believe is a more credible source? Why? Explain your method of evaluation in determining if a source is reliable.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 1 DQ 2 Your First Scene

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Your First Scene

You are the lead investigator of a small agency, which means your forensic lab is limited. You are called to a report of a decomposed body. Your scene is a decaying body lying in the shrub along a busy freeway. What are your steps in securing the scene and evidence? What steps will you take to correctly process this scene? Include and specifically address the following:

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 1 Journal You're an Expert!

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 1 Journal You're an Expert!

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  • ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 2 Assignment Conducting Your Own Field Sobriety Test
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  • This assignment will give you the opportunity to conduct your own field sobriety tests. As outlined in your text, there are three standardized tests used by an officer to determine if a suspect is impaired. Select one of the following learning activities on which to base this assignment.
  • Conduct the three field sobriety tests. If you are able, use a camera to record yourself conducting the tests. Evaluate your ability to perform the tests and any issues you feel these tests might provide in determining if someone is under the influence. Knowing what you know about ethanol and blood alcohol concentration, how would you explain in court what it means to be driving under the influence?
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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 2 DQ 1 Drugs and Scheduling

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Some stimulants can be used in the treatment of hyperactive disorders, which can lead to abuse. Do you think more scheduling is necessary to prevent this? If so, what type of criteria should be included? Argue your opinion as to why the above listed criteria need to be included. If not, argue your reasons for leaving the scheduling as it is.While the schedule of a drug will help determine the severity of the charge against a suspect in a drug case, the amount of drug also plays a factor. Explain the necessity of the following:

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 2 DQ 2 Field Sobriety Tests

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An officer responds to an accident in which a vehicle has crashed into a parked car. The driver seems to have the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath but does not exhibit any other signs of impairment. The officer conducts several field sobriety tests on the driver. One of the most familiar sobriety tests is the walk and turn test. Do you think this is an effective way to judge whether a person has been drinking? Why or why not? Inventory the benefits and drawbacks.

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CRJ 311 Education on your terms-tutorialrank.com

ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 2 Journal SANE or Not

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SANE or Not?You have had an opportunity to read about sexual assault cases and the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) personnel involved in these emotional types of cases. SANE personnel are helping many sexual assault victims through the judicial process. Reflect on what you think makes an excellent SANE employee and what similarities you would bring to the field. What are some additional qualities you would bring to this type of forensic case?

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  • ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 3 Assignment Case Study Analysis The Enrique Camarena Case
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  • Case Study Analysis: The Enrique Camarena CaseRead “The Enrique Camarena Case – A Forensic Nightmare.”Please address the following in detail:
  • Catalog the forensic evidence found in the Camarena Case.
  • Summarize the steps followed by the crime scene investigators including the mistakes and/or correct steps followed to process the scene through the criminal justice system.
  • Asses what could have been done better or what could have been improved upon during the forensic investigation of the crime scene.
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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 3 DQ 1 Hair Evidence

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After watching “She Was Never in My Car,” discuss the scenario below.You are given the black hairs collected from the car seat of the possible suspect in this case. These hairs could be human or animal. How would you go about analyzing and comparing these samples? In court, the Defense challenges your findings in this case as circumstantial. How might you defend your trace evidence?

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 3 DQ 2 Arson Dogs

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Arson dogs are useful tools for finding accelerants in locations where human investigators cannot. Some believe that arson dogs and their indication of possible accelerant residue should not be used as evidence in court.Do you think arson dogs come up with better results than a chemical sniffer? Why or why not? Provide evidence to support your opinion.If your last name begins with A-L, argue your opinion for allowing arson dog findings to be entered into court.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 3 Journal Professional Painter

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Professional PainterOftentimes, paint and fiber evidence is overshadowed by the more glamorous DNA evidence in cases today. Paint and fiber evidence is sometimes discounted as being mediocre evidence, at best, by jurors. With your newfound knowledge of how important this type of evidence can be in criminal cases, take a moment to reflect on how your opinion of this evidence might have changed.

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  • ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 4 Assignment What's Your Impression
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  • What’s Your Impression?This assignment will give you the opportunity to create and evaluate your own impression evidence. As you have read in your textbook, pattern evidence is, for the most part, examined by the naked eye. Select one of the following learning activities on which to base this assignment.
  • Create two impression patterns of your choice. This can include an imprint and/or indentation pattern. Take photos of the impressions you have created. For example, this can be foot impressions, tire impressions, or fingerprints left in mud, soil, or snow. Document the creation of your pattern evidence, what type of individualized pattern you have created, and how you would collect and preserve this evidence. What information can be gleaned from this type of evidence? Include your photos with your Word document.
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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 4 DQ 1 Bite Mark Evidence

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Bite marks are no longer considered a way to specifically identify someone, but it can be used to exclude or include a person of interest. As a juror on a homicide case, you have heard an odonotologist discuss the bite mark evidence located on the victim and how the suspect cannot be excluded as to whom the bite mark belongs. Review the bite mark photo (below).

If your last name begins with A-L, argue your opinion as to how the bite mark would possibly exclude the suspect.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 4 DQ 2 Fingerprint Evidence

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Thanks to Hollywood, firearms and the forensic information associate with them has been portrayed as the key piece of evidence in many “case.” Fingerprinting is oftentimes overshadowed. Your goal is to argue the importance of fingerprinting in our cases. Discuss three specific points why fingerprint evidence is crucial to our investigation.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 4 Journal Cold Case Investigation

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Do You Have What It Takes?This week, you are to reflect on what you believe are the personal traits of a forensic scientists and if you have the same traits. What might you have to overcome in your personal make up to meet those requirements as you consider a career in the forensic science field?The journals are your opportunity to reflect on the topics of the class and how they may impact your personal and professional life. The journals are only accessible to you and the instructor, so feel free to write however much you like on the topic provided. Though academic writing style is always important, this activity is focused on your process of reflection rather than your use of grammar.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 5 DQ 1 Blood Patterns

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Read “An Illustrative Homicide Case Involving Blood Patterns” in your text, and review the included photos of evidence.Looking at the bloodstain patterns on the husband’s clothing, and considering what you have learned about bloodstain patterns, are the patterns consistent with his story? If you do not think they are, why not? If your opinion is one that believes they add credibility to his story, document your reasoning based on the evidence.

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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 5 DQ 2 DNA Evidence

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Detail how DNA is used in criminal investigations today. What is the current impact of DNA testing on the criminal justice system, and how has DNA revolutionized this system?For students whose last name ends with A-L, include one case study of how DNA exonerated a person previously convicted of a crime and identify those areas you have discussed above.

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  • ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 5 Final Paper
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  • Final PaperIn order to complete the Final Paper, watch one of the following videos:
  • Santy, C. (Director). (2007). Welcome to homicide [Television series episode]. In J. Brenkus& M. Stern (Executive producers], Crime 360. New York, NY: A&E Television Networks. Available from the Films On Demand database.
  • Terra Nova Films, &The National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NACALL) (Producers), &Vanden Bosch, J. (Director). (2012). He wouldn’t turn me loose: The sexual assault case of 96-year-old Miss Mary [Documentary]. United States: Terra Nova Films. Available from the Films On Demand database.
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ASHFORD CRJ 311 Week 5 Journal Cold Case Investigation

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Cold Case InvestigationYou have all heard of cold case investigative units and what they do. You are now a member of your local cold case unit. As they are responsible for reviewing an old, unsolved case, you will be required to review the facts and evidence associated with the case to specifically see if there is some sort of forensic technology that was not available at the time, which you now have at your disposal. If you were the one looking into an old case, what would you be looking for that DNA profiling could be helpful with? Reflect on how you might feel as the family member of a loved one whose case has been unsolved for many years but now has hope for closure.