Research Papers on Forensics

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  • Who Would Have Wanted President John F. Kennedy to be Assassinated?

    In ten pages this paper examines what type of individual or group would have benefited from the death of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. There are 8 sources cited in an annotated bibliography.

  • President Kennedy's Lone Assassin Was Lee Harvey Oswald

    In thirteen pages this paper debunks the conspiracy theory that has been swirling around the assassination of President John F. Kennedy since November of 1963 and reveals reasons why only Lee Harvey Oswald was the presidential assassin. There are ten plus sources cited in the bibliography.

  • An Analysis of an Article on Fingerprints by Gregg Easterbrook

    In three pages Easterbrook's artcle 'The Myth of Fingerprints' pertaining to DNA fingerprinting is analyzed. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Technology and the Criminal Justice System

    In six pages this paper examines the impact of technology on the criminal justice system an overview of biometric identification, fingerprinting, palm printing, DNA analysis, and intra-agency databases, their advantages and disadvantages, and also assesses the effects these technological advancements have had on the criminal justice system as well as its impact upon the constitutional rights of the accused. Seven sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Is Handwriting Subjective or Accurate?

    In five pages a forensics perspective is applied in a consideration of what handwriting may reveal if in fact anything and whether or not this can be regarded as accurate or merely subjective. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • An Overview of Forensic Anthropology

    This paper discusses the field of forensic anthropology. The author addresses occupational requirements, investigations, cooperation with various law-enforcement agencies, legal responsibilities, and developments in the field. This five page paper has seven sources listed in the bibliography.

  • The Forensic Casebook by N.E. Genge

    This book review is on "The Forensic Casebook" by N.E. Genge. The writer first summarizes the book's contents and then discusses in detail a section of the book that was found to be particularly interesting, i.e., the section on forensic entomology. Four pages in length, only the book is cited.

  • DNA in Investigations and as Evidence

    This research paper defines DNA and DNA analysis and also describes the way in which DNA evidence is used in investigations and in court. Five pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • The Many Applications of DNA Fingerprinting

    This paper reviews many different applications to which DNA Fingerprinting can be put to use. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • DNA A Tool in Criminal Justice

    This paper credits DNA Fingerprinting with man improvements in our ability to prove innocence or guilt. There are three sources listed in this three page paper.

  • DNA Fingerprinting

    This paper points out the degree to which the criminal justice system currently relies on DNA profiling. There are seven sources in this eight page paper.

  • DNA and the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification Project

    A 4 page overview of the importance of DNA testing in criminal justice. This paper reviews this importance from the perspective of expanding DNA databases. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Forensic Science and DNA Testing

    In six pages the ways in which DNA testing technology has revolutionized forensic science through criminal identification in an accurate and timely manner is discussed. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Identity Testing and DNA

    In two pages identity probability as determined by DNA testing is examined with major technique improvements increasing it probability as well as its reliability discussed. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Official Physical Investigations and Medical Doctors

    In fifteen pages this paper examines official physical investigations and the role doctors' play in terms of the methodological and moral implications of this role. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Community Notification on Reported Sex Offenders

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses Megan's law and other types of legislation regarded community releasing of sex offenders in a consideration of recidivism and the rights of these convicted offenders. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of Fingerprinting

    In twelve pages the use of fingerprinting in criminal investigations is examined in an historical overview that also includes the impact of technology. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Murder Case of Serial Killer Ted Bundy

    This paper discusses the capture, trials, and execution of Ted Bundy with investigation techniques at the time compared with contemporary methods. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Death By Electricity

    This 5 page paper begins with an explanation of different terms associated with electricity. The writer discusses whether it is current or voltage or both that cause injury and death. A case of murder by electricity is used to demonstrate how electricity can kill. The essay also discusses the injuries and deaths that can be caused by lightning. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Forensics and Computer Crime

    In eight pages computer forensic specialists are considered in a discussion of computer crime investigation that includes crime types and agencies that conduct investigations with the assistance of computer forensics. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Law Enforcement Technology in the 21st Century

    This 6 page paper discusses some of the latest advances in law enforcement technology, and what they mean to the future of law enforcement. It also discusses the possibility that such technologies can be misused. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Jack Ruby, Murderer of Lee Harvey Oswald

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses Jack Ruby in an attempt to separate the actual man from the myth, whether he was a murder conspirator as some theorists claimed or merely an emotionally unstable man pushed over the edge when he murdered the alleged killer of President John F. Kennedy. There are 10 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Multi-Modal Biometrics in the Future of Forensic Science

    In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at forensic science. Multi-modal biometrics is explored as a future evolution of forensic science. Paper uses two sources.

  • Collection, Packaging, and Preservation of Firearms, Fingerprints, and Blood Evidence

    The ways in which these three types of physical evidence are collected, packaged, and preserved are discussed in 4 pages. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

  • CSI Personal Code of Ethics

    An 8 page research paper/essay that draws on sources in order to offer advice to a student regarding crafting a personal code of ethics for crime scene investigations (CSI). This discussion of literature focuses on the need of CSI agents to craft a personal code of ethics that builds on this professional ethical mandate using a major ethical framework as a guide. This example of such a personal code of ethics utilizes the framework provided by Christian Ethics. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

 

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