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    Crime Scene Reconstruction

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    What is the purpose of crime scene reconstruction? Explain.
    Who do you think should be responsible for reconstructing the crime scene? Explain.
    When do you think it is plausible to reconstruct the crime scene? Explain.
    What do you think are the 2 most important elements in crime scene reconstruction? Explain why.
    What challenges exist regarding the use of crime scene reconstruction as evidence in court? Explain.
    What might be done to ensure that these challenges are avoided?
    What legal issues do you think are most significant regarding crime scene reconstruction? Explain.

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    What is the purpose of crime scene reconstruction? Explain.

    Forensic reconstruction represents the process of establishing a sequence of events about the occurrences during and after a crime or other incident through the study, analysis and interpretation of evidence.

    Who should be responsible for reconstructing the crime scene? Explain.

    The team leader along with Photographer and Photographic Log Recorder, Sketch Preparer Evidence Recorder/Evidence Recovery ...

    Solution Summary

    Various aspects of crime scene reconstruction is addressed, including challenges, legal issues, and evidence.

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