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Criminalistics- Introduction to Forensic Science

1. The defense has filed a motion to suppress the footprint evidence, handwriting analysis, and the evidence obtained using alternative light sources gathered at the crime scene at Helene Valentine's home. She has asked you to prepare a 3-5 page paper that explains the processes used in gathering that evidence along with cited s

White and Blue-Collar Crimes, Double Standards?

1. What are White and Blue-Collar Crimes? 2. Discuss in detail any three white-collar crimes of your choice? Offer examples to support your answer? 3. Do you think that our society generally demonstrates a double standard in terms of prosecution between White-Collar and Blue-Collar Crimes? Explain your response in a comp

Criminalistics- Introduction to Forensic Science

Zaitun Mogri, you helped me with my last assignments and requesting your help again, with the 2 assignment below and any information and references. Thanks! 1. Locate a case that used serology and/or alternative light sources to locate evidence. Briefly summarize the case and discuss whether the case was appealed or not. If

Criminalistics- Introduction to Forensic Science

Requesting help with the assignments below. Requesting any information and references. Thanks Helen Valentine was found deceased in the master bedroom of her upstairs, two-bedroom apartment, at 11:58 AM on Tuesday morning. Upon arrival, the investigators noticed an empty bottle of vodka on the floor of her bedroom, and two

US Court of Appeals is highlighted.

1. A case involving a dispute between Colorado, Utah and Arizona over water rights. 2.A case involving an appeal of a 5th U.S. District court decision regarding the right of Texas high school students to recite prayers over the school PA system before football games. 3.A case involving a state law prohibiting the import of

Three Strikes Law

1. If the three strikes law is continued, will it cause future crowding problems within prisons, or should more prisons just be built? Will iy have an effect on the future construction of prisons or the prison system. 2. If the three strikes law is continued, will it cause future crowding problems within prisons, or should mo

Regulatory framework for Business

Hi. Kindly provide an exhaustive and detailed explanation for the answers of these 2 questions. Thank you. Question # 1: In relation to contract law distinguish between offers and invitations to treat and explain in detail why it is important to make such a distinction? Write as much as you wish to make your answer extremely

Technology in Criminal Justice Administration

Analyze how crime statistics are collected in the United States. Explain what collection methods are used to obtain statistical data reported by mechanisms, such as the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) maintained by the FBI. Assess how statistical analysis software and databases, such as the UCR, could be used to forecast crime and as

Technology and High Tech Crimes

The impact and use of technology in policing and the courts is a primary tool for police/courts to be productive and "keep up" with the increasing sophistication of high tech crime and criminals. New techniques and advanced technology are now required to maintain a high quality of police and court management. What are some of th

Date-rape case involving the college student --- survey

You are working with the prosecutor in the date-rape case involving the college student, and you have decided that it would be a good idea to put together a survey that could be used to poll the local college campus about the attitudes concerning date rape and date rape drugs. Your goal is to find out the following: --if co

Cases of domestic violence and child abuse

This is for PowerPoint presentation. But I would be happy having this on a regular paper as well. Thank you in advance! ---------------------- The prosecutor is getting feedback from local law enforcement explaining that they are discouraged about making arrests in cases of domestic violence and child abuse. They claim th

Impact of youth in the court system.

It should be short, 5 paragraphs...I live in the USA (wisconsin) The prosecutor's office has received an influx of new child neglect cases because the legislature, under the public pressure, just passed an added definition of child abuse and neglect. The public pressure was the result of several recently reported cases and th

Date Rape and Date Rape Drugs

You have decided to speak with the prosecutor, Mary, on behalf of Maureen, the college student who was the victim of date rape. You want to convince Mary to support a change in the prosecutor's policy of not prosecuting date rape cases when drugs or alcohol are involved. Maureen decided not to speak to the media yet, hoping that

Mandatory reporting of child abuse

Very often it is media attention that draws us to the plight of certain crime victims that in turn leads to changes in social policies that benefit those victims. For example, clergy abuse is a relatively new term used to describe the physical or sexual abuse of children by clergy in certain situations. In the past, these cases

Crimes of Public Morality

Crimes of public morality are controversial because some people view them as "victimless." One such crime is prostitution, which one state--Nevada--has legalized. Should prostitution be made legal in other states as well? Answer the question, give two reasons to support your answer, and respond to the posts of at least two cl

Is it Ethical?

Coach Sharon Youngblood works as an athletic coach and recruiter for Florida State University. Athletic competitions and the recruitment of athletes require Sharon to do a great deal of traveling. The university reimburses Sharon for her travel expenses. Sharon joined a frequent-flyer program and has been receiving credit for

The Future of Criminal Justice

Please help so that I can complete the following: Write a response on the future of criminal justice. Include the answers to the following questions. 1) Why is terrorism a Law Enforcement concern? 2) How is terrorism a crime? 3)What can the American Criminal Justice system do to better prepare for future terrorist crimes?

Is the evidence collected by the arresting officer admissible or non-admissible?

With the following reading address the following... In March of 2005, the Tempe Police Department arrested Jeff Barnes for possession of heroin near the intersection of McClintock and Lakeshore, around 10:00 p.m.?his second arrest near this area in the past few months. Pending trial, the court released him, mandating he was n

Consequences of Labeling

I need to analyze the following questions based on the scenario below. Can someone please help? --------------- Jack comes home early from work. He sees 15-year-old Chuck, a friend of his son Ted, hurriedly going through drawers in the kitchen. Jack can see his wife's earrings, some cash, and a screwdriver on the kitchen co

Judicial Misconduct - State Bureau of Prisons

You work for the State Bureau of Prisons in the Office of the Inspector General and have been asked to review the allegations of several correctional officers at your state prison. The officers claim that several inmates assaulted them and caused them bodily harm. Such an assault automatically mandates an additional two years to

Personal Code of Ethics

I need to create a personal code of ethics using one of the major ethical frameworks as a guide. The field I chose for professional code of ethics for a career was forensic psychology in the criminal justice field. In this paper what ethical standards would I hold for myself if I work in this field. How does your code of

police department case management system.

You are preparing to give an oral presentation to your coworkers at the upcoming weekly training meeting. Your training coordinator has requested that you speak about the flow of information into and out of your local police department case management system. Specifically, he would like you to breakdown the groups of people (e.g

Your supervisor has asked you to prepare an article for the next issue of the Criminal Justice Technology Quarterly on how advances in criminal justice technology can improve resource deployment.

Your supervisor has asked you to prepare an article for the next issue of the Criminal Justice Technology Quarterly on how advances in criminal justice technology can improve resource deployment. More specifically, in addition to giving an overview and several examples of advancing technologies in the criminal justice field,

Strategic planning is the setting of long-term objectives, and operational planning is the use of individualized operations or activities that lead to the accomplishment of the strategic goals.

Strategic planning is the setting of long-term objectives, and operational planning is the use of individualized operations or activities that lead to the accomplishment of the strategic goals. For example, if a strategic goal is to reduce the incidents of driving under the influence (D.U.I.), the operational planning would incl

Why is an LLC superior to a Corporation (either S or C)?

A) Why is an LLC superior to a Corporation (either S or C)? B) What is Federal Preemption? Discuss when it applies? (hint dual regulation and no preemption)-give examples of different types.... 1. Discrimination on the Basis of National Origin. Ace Tennis Co.( has more than 15 employees) hires only employees who sp