Digital Forensics

What do you think is the most important factor in crime scene awareness and why?  What do you think is the most important factor in evidence acquisition and why? Explain what can be used to preserve data once acquired.

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Forensic Identification

The paper should be a minimum of 1,700 words in length, excluding title page, abstract, and reference page. The presentation is to be a PowerPoint with 7 slides, NOT including the title page and references and this will primarily focus on a specific aspect of Forensic Science.  Students are responsible for the preparation and inclusion of visual aids (such as PowerPoint, graphs, and/or charts) or other supportive materials, including references in APA format. Do not cut and paste your research paper. These visual aids will generally document the overall content of the written paper itself. Students are to use Microsoft PowerPoint® (PowerPoint) and include the visual aids within the body of their paper, or as an additional attachment thereto.   Each Research Paper and Presentation will be evaluated according to the following dimensions: •           Analysis and Interpretation (AI) •           Fact Finding (FF) •           Logical Development of Ideas (LDI) •           Level of Detail (LD) •           Leadership Presence (LP) •           Risk-Taking (RT) •           Overall Content of Paper (OCP)

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Forensic Toxicology

What is an article review? A research article review differs from a journal article review by the way that it evaluates the research method used and holds that information in retrospect to analysis and critique.   I have attached a copy of what an APA article review should look like and some additional information to assist you. You are to review 5 articles, putting EACH article at the top of the page BEFORE the article, then the literature review discussion, summary and conclusion. (https://www.slideshare.net/dawndrake/article-reviewwriting-sample.) I suggest you choose the articles that you assist you in writing your research paper, thus you will be “ahead of the game” when it is time to write your paper…..the research will be done!   Using the APA Format Articles appear most commonly in academic journals, newspapers, and on websites. If you write an article review in the APA format, you will need to write bibliographical entries for the sources you use. Here’s how to do it:     Web Article: Author [last name], A.A [first and middle initial]. (Year, Month Date of Publication). Article title. Retrieved from {link}     Journal Article: Author [last name], A.A [first and middle initial]. (Publication Year). Article title.Periodical Title, Volume(Issue), pp.-pp.     Newspaper Article: Author [last name], A.A [first and middle initial]. (Year, Month Date of Publication). Article title. Magazine Title, pp. x An article review must contain an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.

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Criminal Justice Ethics

Discuss the ethical and moral decisions of the Wall at the border of Mexico? What is happening now and in the future? What are the legal factors on both issues of having a wall and detaining families if caught crossing illegally? Not your opinion do your research

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juveniles and law

Q1- Discuss the landmark cases in juvenile justice? from this weeks reading. Q2- Discuss a Juveniles right to weave rights? also discuss Juveniles and the 4th amendment? Q3- Discuss the supreme court death penalty cases involving juveniles ? Q4- READ ABOUT A SCHOOL SCHOOTING BY A JUVENILE EXPLAIN WHAT YOU THINK SHOULD BE DONE AND THE REASON WHY YOU THINK THIS JUVENILE DID WHAT HE DID BASED ON WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED SO FAR. Q1- In regards to Juveniles and the Police, explain some of the issues from your reading negative and positive. Facts only. Q1- Describe the intake process and the role of the intake officers?

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character evidence is admissible

A.  Explain when character evidence is admissible and when it is not admissible at trial for the defendant. B.  Explain when character evidence is admissible and when it is not admissible at trial for the victim

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criminal justice

Objectives:discuss various types of crimes of states discuss various types of state-corporate crimes identify the relationships and connections between the two types of crimes/harms.Outline: Chapter Seven: State Crime What is the state Criminology and state crime           Media headlines and the man behind the curtain Cybercrime Dronefare and the exercise of state power Cases of state criminality Summary Chapter Eight: State-Corporate Crime Criminological origins Cases of state-corporate crime Summary Please  read and do a discussion by answering those questions. the two chapters will be attached.. Why do you think crimes by corporations get so little attention compared to traditional street crimes? Research the Exxon Valdez and BP Deepwater Horizon oil crimes and note the similarities and differences between the cases. Do you think the rise in technology has increased or decreased a corporation’s ability to commit financial crimes? Go to the United Nations website and examine international laws dealing with human rights violations.  Which laws seem to be the most significant in terms of controlling crimes of the powerful? Research the use of technologies by the U.S. government to gather intelligence on citizens.  Do you think these violate constitutional rights? What is your view on the U.S. use of drones? Additional Resources: http://statecrime.org/  (Links to an external site.) http://statecrimecenter.com/  (Links to an external site.) Optional Films related to this modules topics: Ghost Writer (Hollywood film) No Fire Zone: The Killing Fields of Sri Lanka Congo: White King, Red Rubber, Black Death Sometimes in April The Devil Came On Horseback Death in Gaza

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motion for a continuance

Answer the following questions. 1.What are some of the possible grounds for a motion for a continuance? 2.What role should the victim play in the trial proceedings?

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Crimes and Punishments

During this chapter, I presented information from the CA Penal Code related to how crimes are “classified” as either Infractions, Misdemeanors or Felonies, based on the severity of the criminal acts described and their accompanying allowable punishments. These punishments include fines, imprisonment in county jails and/or state prisons, and even the Death Penalty for some very serious felonies. The purpose of this Discussion Board is to start you thinking more about the nature, fairness and effectiveness of how we traditionally punish convicted criminals within our Criminal Justice System… Add examples to each answer of the questions Directions: 1.  Answer the following questions in a short paragraph of a few-to-several complete sentences  Are the existing punishments listed above fair and reasonable for the crimes classified as Infractions, Misdemeanors and Felonies in the CA Penal Code? Are these punishments an effective way of punishing convicted criminals? What, if any, alternative methods of punishment do you think would be more fair, reasonable and effective? ___________________________________________________________________________ PAGE 2/PART 2 Ch. 2 Review Questions COMPLETING AND SUBMITTING YOUR ASSIGNMENT: A thorough response for each of these questions should contain detailed information, explanations and examples… A brief sentence or two will probably not suffice to earn full credit! This assignment should be written using complete sentences, proper formatting, paragraphing, etc.   Answer each of the following questions in well-constructed type-written response:   Explain and give an example of the concepts of “Letter of the Law” and “Spirit of the Law” as they relate to the administration of criminal justice.   What are the three classifications of crimes in California, and what are the allowable punishments for each?   What are “Wobbler” crimes, and how are they defined and handled within the justice system from arrest through prosecution and sentencing?   What is meant by “Diminished Capacity” and why was it abolished as an allowable defense in CA?   Explain and give specific examples of how some crimes are considered as “lesser included” offenses.

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deviant behavior

Wilson and Kelling (1982) published an essay titled, “Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety,” in the Atlantic Monthly. Explain the basic premise of this article as it relates to the study of crime and deviance as well as a brief statement of the policy implication for police. BOOK Perspectives on Deviance and Social Control Michelle Inderbitzin, Kristin A. Bates, and Randy R. Gainey, 2019 SAGE Publications, Inc.

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