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Crime Scene Lab Reflection

In this lab, a fake crime scene was created. We got into groups and analyzed the crime scene as crime scene investigators would do. Each of us took different rolls in the investigation. I was the photographer. I took pictures from all sorts of angles to get a good view and understanding of the scene … Continue reading Crime Scene Lab Reflection

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Wayne Williams Case Study

Who was Wayne Williams? Wayne Williams was a DJ from Dixie Hills, Atlanta. He also scouted local musicians, many of whom were teenagers. He was in his early 20’s during the time he committed the crimes. He was also known for making up stories about himself that were false. Tell me generally about the victims … Continue reading Wayne Williams Case Study

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PCR Powerpoint

In this powerpoint, I worked with someone else to make a presentation on PCR (polymerase chain reaction). The link to the powerpoint is linked below. I found this project to be very interesting. I learned a lot about DNA analysis when doing research for this project. I found it very interesting how you actually need … Continue reading PCR Powerpoint

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The Crime Scene and Evidence Blog

I have learned a lot about crime scene management and evidence collection. For one thing, I have learned all of the steps that go into managing the scene. The very first thing is safety. The police officer who first arrives will make sure that any victims are okay, confirm the person is dead (if there … Continue reading The Crime Scene and Evidence Blog

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Frye v. Daubert

In this study, I researched the difference between the Frye and Daubert standards. I learned a lot from doing this research. I also worked hard to improve this study by adding more details to my writing. Compare and contrast them in terms of how they relate to admissibility of scientific evidence in the courtroom. They … Continue reading Frye v. Daubert