In 750- to 1,000- words, summarize how the scientific method governs the way forensic scientists conduct qualitative and quantitative analysis of physical evidence containing organic and inorganic matter.
CJ385: Forensic Chemistry and Trace Evidence Analysis
Reply to each topic with 250 word minimum
Current Issues-Research current events related to the course topics covered in Units 1 – 4 (Physical evidence, Forensic science services, Pryolysis, chromatography, and collecting trace evidence)and post at least 2 of these events to the Discussion Board. Within your posting, describe how your chosen items tie into a review of the course thus far. Be sure to use proper citation.
The Microscope-The essential tool of the forensic
How can microscopes be used to identify and compare trace evidence?
Baby Lindbergh-The baby Lindbergh kidnapping was considered the crime of the century in its day. This trial included the court presentation of critical scientific evidence. Discuss the importance of trace evidence and the microscope in the trial of Bruno Hauptmann.
Write a 300 – 500 word paper on the Seminar topics
During this Seminar we will discuss a current topic that deals with the issues related to this course. Please review the newspaper, watch the news, or search the internet for current issues or incidents, and bring at least one story to class to be discussed.
The Modern Microscope-You have learned about the importance of trace evidence and the role that it plays in successful criminal investigation. Because it has been around so long, the microscope is a tool that is almost taken for granted. Consider why the microscope is so vital to the success of the modern criminalist, and also the possibility that we have relied on it so much that we have potentially overlooked other areas or instruments of science that might have enhanced our evolutional progress in scientific criminal investigation.
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