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First thing, I want you to do before you make a correction about those four questions. Look at those attachments lecture from week one to week seven because most of those answers are based on those lectures and follow those instructions. In order to do well I will send you those week lectures to make that correcection perfectly.

You must answer the questions thoroughly and cite all relevant assigned readings for those attachments (using APA format).

DO NOT refer to or incorporate information from extremely unreliable sources (e.g., Wikipedia, TMZ, and The Onion).

The exam contains essay questions pertaining to investigative processes and crime scene processing theory, research, and practice.

Please correct any 4 of the following 5 answer questions as a short essay. You must use at least 10 complete sentences for your answers

I send you five questions choose four (4) of the best them and that make those correction perfectly.

  1. What value do sketches provide in an investigation? Provide an example. 2. Compare and contrast testimonial evidence, direct evidence, and circumstantial evidence. Proved examples of each. 3. When is it required to use the Miranda Rights Advisement? Provide an example. 4. Compare and contrast an interview and interrogation. Provide an example. 5. Describe what are referred to as “elements of the crime” and why they are important to an investigation. Provide an example.

Posts must be well written, free of grammatical errors, relevant to the topic, and demonstrate critical thinking and analysis.

Required readings:

Ogle, R. R. (2011). Crime scene investigation and reconstruction (3rd ed.). Upper Saddle

River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall. (ISBN: 978-0136093602)

Osterburg, J. W., & Ward, R. H. (2013). Criminal investigation: A method for

reconstructing the past (7th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Publishing (ISBN: 978-

1455731381)

Older editions of the books are allowed.

Recommended readings:

Fisher, B. A. J. (2004). Techniques of crime scene investigation (7th ed.). Boca Raton,

FL: CRC Press.

Lyman, M. D. (2002). Criminal investigation: The art and science (3rd ed.). Upper

Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Turvey, B. (1999). Criminal profiling. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Answer Preview…………….

Sketches are mostly used by the investigation officers to create an image or information about where the crime was conducted. The crime scene sketches are still considered as the foundations of a crime scene investigation. Before drawing a sketch, the investigator needs a comprehensive view of the scene and decide what should be included and what not to be included in the sketch. In any given investigation, sketches are vital in gathering data and………………

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