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ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Forensic Pathology, Death By Natural Causes, Myocardial Infarction
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CSI Chapter 14 Lecture Notes Homicide Investigations 1. Determine if a death was caused by criminal action Classifications of Death 1. Natural causes a. Heart attack, strokes, fatal diseases, pneumonia, sudden crib deaths ...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rape Crisis Center, Semen, Victimology
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CSI Chapter 13 Lecture Notes Sexual Assault Investigations Multidisciplinary Approach: - First responders - Detective - Lab analyst - Sexual assault medical ex...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Trace Evidence, Semen, Luminol
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CSI Chapter 12 Lecture Notes Vehicle Evidence May involve: Crashes without limited damages and no injuries Hitandrun incidents Major crashes with serious or fatal injuries Vehicle is the crime scene Minor accidents wil...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Putty, Sole Markings, Trace Evidence
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CSI Chapter 9 Lecture Slides Impression Evidence Shoe, tire, and tool mark prints Can be linked to known prints and impressions Evidence can lead to o Individualization (sole wear, tire wear) o Point of entry and exit o ...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Firing Pin, Centerfire Ammunition, Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
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CSI Chapter 8 Lecture Slides Firearms Evidence Common at violent crime scenes (homicide, assault, and robbery) or at scenes such as burglary, rape, and drug crimes Safe collection of the firearm is the highest priority (mu...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Personal Protective Equipment, Dna Database, Staining
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CSI Chapter 7 Lecture Slides Biological Evidence Biological fluid stain evidence consists of stains from blood, semen, saliva, and other miscellaneous body fluids (vomit) Blood Stain...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nuclear Dna, Gas Chromatography, Tablespoon
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CSI Chapter 6 Lecture Slides Trace Evidence Trace evidence is very small physical evidence that requires microscopy, electronic instruments, or a combination of the two to be examine...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cyanoacrylate, Automated Fingerprint Identification, Ninhydrin
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CSI Chapter 5 Lecture Slides Latent Fingerprint Evidence Types of Fingerprints Inked: direct impression taken with fingerprint ink and placed on a standard fingerprint card Latent: impressions are not visible to the naked ...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cartesian Coordinate System, Coordinate System, Polar Coordinate System
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CSI Chapter 4 Lecture Slides Crime Scene Sketches Why do we need them if we are taking photographs? Photographs at 2D and lack information about precise spatial relationships Sketches provide measured precision Measurem...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Trace Evidence, Gunshot Residue, Forward Looking Infrared
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CSI Chapter 3 Lecture Slides Crime Scene Photography Objectives of Crime Scene Photography 1. Record the condition of the scene before alterations occur 2. Record the location and position of evidence items collected 3. Do...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Barricade Tape, Forensic Science, Coroner
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CSI Chapter 2 Lecture Slides Crime Scene Search Principles First Responder: the officer who responds first on the scene, usually a patrol officer Have the most influence and control over the identification and preservatio...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Alphonse Bertillon, Arnould Locard, Trace Evidence
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CSI Chapter 1 Lecture Slides Physical Evidence Forensic Science: application of science to the law (notably within the context of the criminal justice system Criminalistics: branch of forensics, specialists trained in reco...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1100
Edward Strimlan
ADMJ 1400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Insanity Defense, Juvenile Court, Affirmative Defense
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Introduction to Criminal Law Defenses Ex post facto crimes: federal and state governments it is unconstitutional Punishment for a crime that occurred before there was a law against the conduct Cant increase penalty for a...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1400
David Cercone
ADMJ 1400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Model Penal Code, Perjury
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Introduction to Criminal Law Crimes Against the Government Part II Misprision of a Felony: - Common Law o The failure to report of to prosecute a person known to have committe...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1400
David Cercone
ADMJ 1400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: The Smoking Gun, Homicide
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Introduction to Criminal Law Offenses Against the Government In the Constitution: Treason: Article III, Section III Common Law: o High Treason: crime against the monarchy (plot to overthrow or kill the monarch) o Petit Tr...

Administration of Justice
ADMJ 1400
David Cercone

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