How should investigators collect electronic data and what are the legal challenges to computer/electronic data? http://www.diversifiedforensics.com/computer-forensics/collection-of-evidence.html What is one legal challenge to DNA evidence and how reliable is DNA evidence? http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/local/forensic-analysis-methods/ What is the importance of forensic evidence and testing? What does “judge as the gatekeeper” have to do with crime scene evidence. What are the three standards used by the courts when deciding to accept expert witness testimony? Discuss the importance of People v. Wright, McGowen v. Mississippi and Reese v. Texas as the cases apply to evidence and crime scene investigations.
What is the difference between an expert witness and a lay witness? Explain what Identification and Authentication are as applicable to introducing evidence into trial. What is miniaturization. What evidence value does Tele-Forensics provide to investigators. Buckles, T. (2007). Crime Scene Investigation, Criminalistics, and The Law. Clifton Park, NY. Question 1 of 4 25.0 Points Answer the following questions in several paragraphs. It is typical to have an introduction, two or three paragraphs in the body, and a conclusion for each. Be sure to work it out in Word and then paste here, so that you don't lose your work. These directions go for each of the four questions - answer each one in a few paragraphs and answer fully. Be careful not to plagiarize, use your own words and cite, if you don't use your own words, then you must use quotation marks.
Too much quoting will not earn many points. Question One: Take one African American leader whom we have studied and carefully construct an argument for why that person was successful in reaching his or her goals. Include what the person's goals were and make sure to have loads of context and appropriate detail. Question 2 of 4 25.0 Points Compare and contrast the writings, speeches, and work of Dubois and Washington. Be sure to include context and appropriate detail. Question 3 of 4 25.0 Points Choose one aspect of African American art or literature that we have studied or that is in your text.
Explain what the historical context for this art or literature was, why it was important, and what its lasting impact is. Question 4 of 4 25.0 Points Give 2 examples for when and why the federal government and executive branch intervened with the civil rights movement of the 50's, 60's and possibly beyond. Include examples from school desegregation and other examples. Be sure to specify what time period you are talking about and who the key people were. Harrold, S., Hines, D., Hines, W. (2013) The African American Odyssey,Volume 2, 6th Edition Upper Saddle River, New Jersey