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FRSC 2100H Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mens Rea, Absolute Liability, Mental Disorder

Lecture Two Structure of Annotated Code Parts The Code is divided into parts by theme Sections This is the statutory law the written law Subsections Commentary This is not the law but the added valued of the annotated vers...

Forensic Science
FRSC 2100H
Smith Rhonda
FRSC 1100H Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Rhonda Smith, Lexisnexis, Mock Trial

FRSC-1100H-All: Introduction to Canadian Justice 2018FA- Peterborough Campus Instructor: Instructor: Rhonda Smith Email Address: rhondasmith@trentu.ca Phone Number: 705-748-1011 x7901 Office: DNA B108.13 Office Hours:...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1100H
Smith Rhonda
FRSC 1100H Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Enumerated Powers, Legal Citation, Ultra Vires

FRSC 1100H Chapter 2 Statutes/legislation We create laws two ways: through legislation (aka. Statutes = written law by governments) and common law (law through judges/courts) Law is a rule that a part...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1100H
Smith Rhonda
FRSC 1100H Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Case Report, Mock Trial, Multiple Choice

What are the characteristics of an effective Justice System? (class discussion) Everybody deserves to have an advocate o In stressful situations, we deserve someone to speak for us, clearly and concisely ...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1100H
Smith Rhonda
FRSC 1100H Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Canada Border Services Agency, International Trade, Victim Support

FRSC 1100H Law Related-Careers and the Canadian Justice System Fundamental principles: o an independent, impartial judiciary; o the presumption of innocence; o the right to a fair and public ...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1100H
Smith Rhonda
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Guanine, Antigen, Genetic Testing

Biological Stain Analysis: DNA Blood Typing More than 15 blood antigen systems have been identified, but the A-B-O and Rh systems are the most important An individual that is type A has A antigens on his/...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Citrinin, Shigella, Tularemia

Bioterrorism, Biocrime and Microbial Biological (bioterrorist) Agents Viruses Bacteria Fungi Biological Toxins Bacterial Pathogens Bacteria are living cells Capable of complex metabolic functions Larger more complex genome...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Skeletonization

Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Bloodstain pattern interpretation may uncover The direction from which blood originated The angle at which a droplet hit a surface The location or position of a victim The movement of a bleeding...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arson

Collection of Crime Scene Evidence Crime Scene Evidence Physical evidence encompasses any and all objects that can establish that a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a crime and its victim or a crime a...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Flunitrazepam, Anabolic Steroid, Barbiturate

Drug Lab Analysis Drugs Classes Opiates Morphine, heroin Hallucinogens TCH, LSD, PCP, MDMA Depressants Alcohol, barbiturates, tranquilizers Stimulants Amphet...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Vasoconstriction, Ketamine, Paresthesia

Drugs What is a drug: Narcotics A drug can be defined as a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other higher order animals Marijuana Marihuana refers to...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Phormia Regina, Putrefaction, Common Green Bottle Fly

Entomology Identifying time and place of Ecology of Corpses A corpse is a high nutritional package that is suddenly released into the environment, time and placement is random Major pro...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Alphonse Bertillon

Fingerprinting History The first systematic attempt at personal identification was devised by a french police expert, Alphonse Bertillon. The bertillon system relied on a detailed description of the subject, combined with ...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Gas Chromatography, Smokeless Powder, Deflagration

Fire Investigation and Explosives Physical State of the Fuel A fuel achieves a reaction rate with oxygen sufficient to produce a flame only when it is in the gaseous state. Thus, rusting will not be accompanied by a flame ...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
FRSC 1011H Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Adme

Forensic Toxicology What is Forensic Toxicology Detect and identify drugs and toxins in body fluids, tissues and organs Interpret the potential biological consequences of the detected drugs or toxins How are Drugs and Toxi...

Forensic Science
FRSC 1011H
Saville Barry
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
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