Experiments in Crime Questions and Answers

Experiments in Crime Questions and Answers

Crime is a multi-billion-dollar business. Crime is also deeply embedded in our social, economic, political, religious and material worlds. But, surely it is wrong that, day after day, year after year, thousands of decisions are taken, millions of lives are disturbed and billions of dollars are being spent without robust evidence as to what is the best course of action for those involved in, affected by, or afflicted through crime. Experiments seek to offer hope, they seek to offer help and they seek to assist in making this world, our world, your world, a better place. Fully loaded with questions and examples from across the world, with 27 sections, 48 tables and diagrams, 203 references and 246 pages, this book aims to:  share rich contemporary examples of experiments in crime that you can read, discuss, learn from, relate to and find out more about  give you insight and inspiration with respect to experiments in crime  introduce the language, terms, tips and traps of experiments in crime  empower you to become more confident, capable and curious about experiments in crime  inspire you to ask questions of experiments in crime and of the evidence they produce  encourage you to look at experimental and non experimental evidence  encourage you to look at real life data and how you can use it to help support and challenge experiments in crime  make you do something: think, talk, listen then act. The 27 sections cover the following areas: In the beginning On everyday life On the RCT family On the advantages and limitations of evidence from an experiment Barriers to doing an experiment in crime Before you get involved in an experiment On consent, concealment and blinding On entry and exclusion On recruitment On random On sampling On the control group On the baseline On outcomes and endpoints On bias On piloting Bullet proof, gold standard and assumption free? On hierarchies of the evidence and other methods On the cycle of evidence and publication On the fate of ideas On the business of reviews On data, data presentation, dirty data and data monitoring On statistics On interim analysis On the number needed to treat, intention to treat and protocol analysis On checklists and integrity of an experiment On ethics
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Card Sort: Torture - Can its use be morally justified?

Card Sort: Torture - Can its use be morally justified?

The ethics and morality of torture is a controversial subject which is at the heart of American values. It is proscribed by the Geneva convention and it is illegal to submit evidence to a court that has been gained through torture. However, the war on terror has placed many of our service men and women in very difficult circumstances where they have had to make decisions which have been questioned by human rights groups. Should the state ever use torture in order to protect the public safety of its citizens against terrorism? This outstanding resource has been tried and tested in the classroom over many years and aims to help students understand some of the arguments for and against the use of torture. It can be used as a starter, plenary or main activity to accompany any main stream text book or resource on this topic. The nature of the task means that it appeals to the full range of ability. However, this is a topic which should ideally be delivered by a subject specialists and covered by older students at KS4 or KS5. The main activity involves getting students to cut out the cards in lesson, organize them into their most persuasive order under the two main headings and then sick them into their books. Once students have fed back their results to a class discussion, they can then have a go at the extended writing activity. Alternatively, they can create a key and then sort through the cards and then stick the sheet into their book or you could cut out the cards and place them into an envelope for them to sort prior to a discussion on the topic. This is a great resource that can be easily adapted to suit your classroom and expectations. When you purchase this resource, you will be able to download a single page Word Document which contains a learning objective, instructions, two heading cards as well as fourteen statements that can sorted. The aims of this lesson / activity are: Theme: Moral Moral philosophy and ethics Know: What is torture and why is outlawed by the Geneva Convention? Understand: What are the arguments for and against using torture? Evaluate: Are there any circumstances in which is acceptable to use torture? WILF - What am I Looking For? Identify and describe - What is torture and why was it outlawed by the Geneva Convention? Explain - the arguments for and against the use of torture? Analyze - Are there any circumstances in which it is acceptable to use torture? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more quality time with the people who matter. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy
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Moral Philosophy

Moral Philosophy

These excellent resources have bundled together to give you outstanding value. The over a range of social, moral, spiritual and cultural issues that relate to a number of subjects. If you would like to know more then please click on each resource. They are aimed at the fully range of ability. You can cut them out and put them into an envelop for students to sort or you can get them to cut, sort and stick them into their books. Failing that they can create a key or use highlighters and stick the information into their books. Whenever possible, I have linked in videos that are suitable for classroom use that cover both sides of the debate and can be previewed alongside our resources. Everything is supplied in word and can be easily customized to suit your students .
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A-Level/GCSE Theft Lesson

A-Level/GCSE Theft Lesson

**This resource contains a whole lesson. It includes: A powerpoint on theft, A worksheet to accompany the powerpoint, and all of the cases mentioned in theft for a-level/gcse. **
dkchauhan
'Witnesses' - WorkSheet

'Witnesses' - WorkSheet

A short 5-page workbook analyzing the role of witnesses, and their part in giving evidence in court. Contains 4 questions and a role-play activity. This workbook is suitable for 14-17 year olds, as an introduction to legal concepts.
LitKits
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Strict Liability

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Strict Liability

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Statutory Interpretation

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Statutory Interpretation

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Theft

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Theft

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Mens Rea

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Mens Rea

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Causation

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Causation

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Robbery

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Robbery

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case.
dkchauhan
A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Criminal Law

A-Level/GCSE Law Cases - Criminal Law

This resource is really helpful if you want your students to remember specific cases for each topic. It helps them recall which cases are which. Moreover, it gives the summary of the facts and what was held in each case. It is a good resource for revision which will help your students remember each and every case. Included are the topics: Burglary Murder Robbery Actus Reus Omissions Causation Mens Rea Offences Against Property / Theft Strict Liability
dkchauhan
Jaffa cakes case and Pringles case analysed - Essay

Jaffa cakes case and Pringles case analysed - Essay

Essay on How dynamic is corporate law? This included a deep analysis of two cases the McVities Jaffa Cakes VAT tribunal in 1991 and the three-part Procter and Gamble Co Pringles case. Includes full details of both cases arguments made final judgements in court and what this means for the law.
Osauwese
Across The Board

Across The Board

A poem to enable discussion of gender politics in an ancient but familiar, and mathematical, context. Incidentally, what is the maximum possible number of Queens on the board?
BW_2012
Student Lawyers: Criminal Court Cases with PowerPoint CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1

Student Lawyers: Criminal Court Cases with PowerPoint CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1

Product Description Students will get the opportunity to be lawyers and prosecute or defend an accused person in a criminal trial (11 total). Each group will consist of 2 lawyers (prosecuting and defending), and an accused person. The teacher will act as the judge and guide the jury as they vote on the verdict. The majority vote determines the verdict. This unit includes court brief handouts, directions, and PowerPoint explaining how the cases will proceed. Visit my store for much more helpful and free stuff! Standards: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1 Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1.A Introduce claim(s), acknowledge and distinguish the claim(s) from alternate or opposing claims, and organize the reasons and evidence logically. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1.B Support claim(s) with logical reasoning and relevant evidence, using accurate, credible sources and demonstrating an understanding of the topic or text. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1.C Use words, phrases, and clauses to create cohesion and clarify the relationships among claim(s), counterclaims, reasons, and evidence. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1.D Establish and maintain a formal style. CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.W.8.1.E Provide a concluding statement or section that follows from and supports the argument presented. This lesson is student-centered meaning: --it allows you to become a facilitator --happier teachers --happier students --happier administrators
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Why did the Gurindji people walk off the Wave Hill Pastoral Station in 1966?

Why did the Gurindji people walk off the Wave Hill Pastoral Station in 1966?

In 1966 Vincent Lingiari, a Gurindji Elder led his people in imposing a strike on any work at the Vestey's Company property, Wave Hill Pastoral Station. The initial concerns were extremely poor wages and living conditions. The case developed into a legal case on Native Title. The Gurindji people wanted back their land. It was a case of traditional law vs. Australian law. This source-based activity is designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 5 Depth Study 4: Rights and Freedoms.
WayneWoods
First Australians Episode 7: We Are No Longer Shadows

First Australians Episode 7: We Are No Longer Shadows

This worksheet and answers accompanies the SBS program First Australians Episode 7: We Are No Longer Shadows. It covers the life of Eddie Koiki Mabo's life and his struggle for the most essential civil right: the right for Indigenous Peoples in Australia to claim legal ownership over their traditional lands. His success in the High Court in 1992 court meant that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples could actually own their land and make decisions with regard to that land such as who can live on it and any economic activities related to the land. But it was also a tremendous moral victory to those who fought for ATSI civil rights. The worksheet is designed for students of the NSW History K-10 Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Stage 5 Topic 4: Rights and Freedoms. It can also be used as part of the NSW Legal Studies Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum. Preliminary Course Part I: The Legal System Law Reform in Action Higher School Certificate Course Option 4: Indigenous Peoples
WayneWoods
Aboriginal Rights and Freedoms

Aboriginal Rights and Freedoms

This package includes: + Program for unit of work + Powerpoint - Charles Perkins and the Freedom Rides + Powerpoint - The Stolen Generation + Newspaper front page - National shame as UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples rejected by Australia! + Video worksheet - First Australians Episode 6: A Fair Deal for a Dark Race + Video worksheet - First Australians Episode 7: We Are no Longer Shadows + Video worksheet - UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples + Source Analysis - What was the impact of the 1965 Freedom Rides + Source Analysis - What did the 1967 Referendum Actually Achieve? + Source Analysis - What really happened at the Kinchela Boys Home? + Source Analysis - Why did Aboriginal people set up a Tent Embassy in 1972? + Source Analysis - What were the causes and effects of the 1938 Day of Mourning? + Source Analysis - Why did the Gurindji people walk off the Wave Hill Pastoral Station in 1966? + Worksheet - Historical Perspectives: The Stolen Generation + Mix and match activity - Key words and concepts + Word Search - Aboriginal Rights and Freedoms + Mind map: Rights of the Child + Literacy activity: Assimilation + Sequence the events + 3 Cloze activities + Walk in his/her shoes - empathetic task
WayneWoods
The Ongoing Story of the 1967 Referendum

The Ongoing Story of the 1967 Referendum

A film starring Indigenous actor Hunter Page-Lochard, who puts the 1967 referendum in its historical context and talks about why it is still important today. It features contemporary comments from prominent Australians, discussing how they feel about the referendum on its 50th anniversary. This film is part of the exhibition Yes: The Ongoing Story of the 1967 Referendum at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House. Find out more here: https://moadoph.gov.au/1967
MoADLearning
A History of Old Parliament House

A History of Old Parliament House

Discover the history of Old Parliament House and the people who worked here using this resource. The resource is produced in a fact sheet format, rich in historical images with each page covering one topic. Teachers can use the information as background research for a unit on Australia’s Federal Parliament and as a starting point for further study and discussion. This resource can be useful for teachers and students visiting MoAD as pre-visit preparation or post-visit extension.
MoADLearning
Double Jeopardy ~ Criminal Law ~ America vs. Other Countries ~ 70 Slides

Double Jeopardy ~ Criminal Law ~ America vs. Other Countries ~ 70 Slides

Double Jeopardy ~ Criminal Law ~ America vs. Other Countries ~ 70 Slides This is a three pronged product on Double Jeopardy: 1. a complete powerpoint presentation 2. flashcards 3. multiple choice test, 20 questions THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES IN THE PREVIEW FOR YOUR REVIEW. IT IS THE BEST INDICATOR FOR PRODUCT SATISFACTION.
carolirvin
20 Resource RS, Philosophy and Ethics Bundle

20 Resource RS, Philosophy and Ethics Bundle

20 resource bundle of my most used lessons on Ethics and Religion (Christianity). These resources will be the most effective for A level groups, but can be used for lower years to. Highlights include: - A set of resources for Ethics (introduction to ethics and ethical theory support). - Application of Ethics (including War, Peace and other ethical issues). - Christian beliefs, actions and practices (best fit for New A Levels!) I hope this is helpful. I measured the demand for these resources and decided to put them in a big bundle and lower their combined price by below 50%!! Get the deal now!
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Aims of Punishment - Card sort table

Aims of Punishment - Card sort table

This is a 3 part activity which aims to help pupils understand the keywords, meanings and examples of aims of punishment. Included are model answers and would be most appropriate for GCSE level, but could be adapted for A level or KS3.
TeacherofThought
BTEC Business Level 3 (Unit 21) - Learning Outcome 1

BTEC Business Level 3 (Unit 21) - Learning Outcome 1

This is the whole of Learning Outcome 1 for Unit 21 (Aspects of Contract Law and Business). You will not have to change it. It is made in such a way that you could download this and teach from it straightaway. This pack includes a 60 slide PowerPoint for P1, P2, P3 and M1, with numerous cases and activities.
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AQA Sociology GCSE (2017 Spec onwards)- ICT Suite Lessons for every topic [Complete Specification] [Homework Worksheets]

AQA Sociology GCSE (2017 Spec onwards)- ICT Suite Lessons for every topic [Complete Specification] [Homework Worksheets]

For GCSE Sociology teachers using the new AQA specification (2017 onwards) This bundle contains 15 worksheets. Each with the same instructional PPT (with AfL) The worksheets can either be used for an ICT Suite lesson or can be set as homework tasks. the worksheet allows students to select from various topics, organised in terms of their difficulty, they are therefore completely differentiated resources; they also features integrated peer assessment with clear assessment criteria. Each worksheet asks students to make a presentation on a range of topics. These worksheets cover the entire course. Please be aware: the worksheets are essentially the same, but with different topics from the specification. Nonetheless, this is a useful download for teachers and also allows for easy homework setting. Please see individual downloads and their previews. Positive feedback appreciated! For our other GCSE Sociology Resources please use this link: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&q=godwin86+gcse+sociology Check-out some of my most popular resources! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
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Crime & Deviance [Causes of Crime] >ICT Suite Lesson< (or home work task) AQA Sociology GCSE 2017

Crime & Deviance [Causes of Crime] >ICT Suite Lesson< (or home work task) AQA Sociology GCSE 2017

This download is for a complete ICT-Suite Lesson for GCSE Sociology teachers using the new AQA specification (2017 onwards). Specifically, it is designed to cover the ‘Crime and Deviance: Criminal and deviant behaviour’ section of the specification, which it refers to closely. The download features: -A double-sided A4 worksheet -A PPT with instructions and AfL Students will need access to computers which have presentation design software installed (e.g. PowerPoint, Prezi etc) It can also be set as a homework task for students to complete at home. Because the worksheet allows students to select from various topics, organised in terms of their difficulty, it is a clearly differentiated resource; it also features integrated peer assessment with clear assessment criteria. It asks students to create presentation with quiz questions and lists differentiated options for them to choose from. The reverse of the A4 sheet features peer-assessment tables for students to rate one another’s work according to specified criteria. The lesson should, ideally, use 40 minutes for students to create the presentation in pairs and then 20 minutes to quiz and peer assess one another. The worksheet is easily customisable to other topics. For our other GCSE Sociology Resources please use this link: https://www.tes.com/resources/search/?&amp;q=godwin86+gcse+sociology
godwin86
AQA Sociology (2017 Specification Onwards) [PLC & LEARNING MAT Pack: Personal Learning Checklists, DIRT, Revision, Key-Words, Worksheets, LEARNING MATS]

AQA Sociology (2017 Specification Onwards) [PLC & LEARNING MAT Pack: Personal Learning Checklists, DIRT, Revision, Key-Words, Worksheets, LEARNING MATS]

The complete collection of: -Learning Mats -PLC/DIRT Worksheets -Debate Generator Some essential tools for the new AQA Sociology GCSE specification (2017 onwards) Check-out some of my most popular resources! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
AQA GCSE Sociology Starter Pack

AQA GCSE Sociology Starter Pack

A collection of PLCs, Learning Mats and Tools for the New AQA GCSE Sociology specification. Check-out some of my most popular resources! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
GCSE SOCIOLOGY - Learning Mats / Displays / Posters - Bundle (2017 specificaion)

GCSE SOCIOLOGY - Learning Mats / Displays / Posters - Bundle (2017 specificaion)

A wide selection of A3 printables that can serve as wall-displays, learning mats, or for use in learning activities. Most are rich in statistical, research, graph, infographic information and are suitable for learning tasks about: -Education (12 x A3) -Education and Gender (5 x A3) -Crime and Deviance (15 x A3) -Research Methods (1xA3) These resources have been designed for the 2017 onwards specification. Check-out some of my most popular resources! GCSE Religious Studies Buddhism (20 Lesson Unit) Buddhism (Thematic Studies Units) Christianity (Thematic Studies Units) Hinduism (20 Lesson Unit) Islam (Thematic Studies Units) .    GCSE Sociology Resources Complete Units (Whole Course) .  AS/A2 Revision Sessions OCR Religious Studies AQA Philosophy AQA Sociology .  Philosophy for Children (P4C) The Ultimate P4C Resource Pack The Debating Society Toolkit Philosophy Boxes . Other Tools A3 DIRT Worksheet (15+ 5-star ratings!) KS3 RE Units
godwin86
GCSE Sociology 'CRIME & DEVIANCE'  [Learning Mats/Displays: Research, Data, Evidence](15xA3 Posters)

GCSE Sociology 'CRIME & DEVIANCE' [Learning Mats/Displays: Research, Data, Evidence](15xA3 Posters)

This download contains 15 x A3 printables contained in 1 word document. The document features a rich array of graphs, data, research and infographics relevant to the Crime &amp; Deviance section of the GCSE course. (2017 specification onwards) This document can be used in a number of ways: -Independent learning activities in which students use the mats for research -For wall displays -Knowledge hunt activities -As permanent 'learning mats' for a Sociology Classroom -As a bank of images you can incorporate into your own presentations and worksheets.
godwin86
Pierce Brooks - Serial Killers - Glatman - Olson - FBI - ViCAP - 60 Slides

Pierce Brooks - Serial Killers - Glatman - Olson - FBI - ViCAP - 60 Slides

This is a very complete, highly visual presentation about LAPD detective Pierce Brooks and the Harvey Glatman and Clifford Olson Serial Killer cases. Brooks' work eventually led to the development of ViCAP and ViCLAS database usage. A 20 point multiple choice test plus a set of flashcards for review and discussion follow the presentation. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW ON THIS PAGE. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY
carolirvin
AQA A Level Law Unit 4: Burglary

AQA A Level Law Unit 4: Burglary

A comprehensive and fully resourced AQA A Level Law topic on burglary. Students will be able to identify and define what burglary is Students will be able to assess a range of scenarios where burglary has taken place. Students will be able to evaluate an exam question and peer assess a Sound answer. Starter, main activities and plenary included for 2 lessons.
TheHistoryBlokes
Weapons Murder Law Presentation + Quiz ~ 83 Slides ~ Guns Knives Blunt Force

Weapons Murder Law Presentation + Quiz ~ 83 Slides ~ Guns Knives Blunt Force

Below are excerpts from the presentation. The presentation covers just about every murder weapon. It is highly visual with accompanying text throughout. Actual cases, crime scenes, forensic testing and verdicts are also included. There is also a 20 point multiple choice quiz at the end with an answer key. I am a retired lawyer, instructor and textbook writer. EXCERPT, GUNS: ~Guns are listed as the Number 1 murder weapon in America by the FBI. Tables of its statistics are at the end of this presentation. ~Handguns lead followed distantly by shotguns and then rifles. ~Guns leave important evidence potentially and cases against the accused can be made or lost based on the gun and its ammunition as evidence, along with expert witness testimony. ~Sometimes the gun is never found which will hinder the investigation. If the gun is found, then many expert forensic tests can be performed. Technicians not only collect bullets but an area around and containing the bullet is cut out so that the bullet can be removed carefully at the lab. For example, the bullet is embedded in furniture or carpet. Gunpowder residue: Burning powder particles expectorate and create a pattern on objects closest to the barrel. This pattern varies by how far the weapon is from the target. Trajectory, ricochet and bullet holes: if many holes are found at a crime scene, sticks are inserted into bullet holes. These indicate direction of the bullet and can triangulate where the shooter was standing, his height and other details. Ricocheting bullets collect trace evidence from where they bounce, which can be collected and analyzed. Evidence Regarding Knives ~DNA Analysis of any DNA bodily substance on knife, most likely blood ~fingerprint analysis of the knife and matching the prints ~blood spatter analysis to investigate how the crime occurred ~expert witness used to testify that wounds caused by a knife and what type of knife caused them and how they occurred. ~knife injuries which were self inflicted are also subject to expert witness testimony. ~tracing knife purchases and linking them to accused is possible but there is no database or registry for buying knives. They do not have serial numbers. ~although expert witness will probably be able to identify knife as the type of knife used, unless there is DNA or fingerprints on the knife, that will be the extent of the ID. ~there is a lot of blood in stabbings. A lot of this blood will hit the accused’s clothing. The victim’s blood on the accused’s recovered clothing is damaging evidence.
carolirvin
Everyday Text Types - How to (ALL) - SAVE 50%

Everyday Text Types - How to (ALL) - SAVE 50%

Buy the bundle and SAVE 50%! This is a couple of workshops on how to construct a variety of text types that students are regularly expected to construct. These include - Informative Writing - Instructional Writing - Slogans - Menus - Emails - Recipes - Formal Letter - Informal Letter - Newspaper Report - Letter to the editor - Feature Article - Review - Journal Entry - Speech !!!PLUS BONUS: DEBATING - HOW TO!!!! (Feel free to party now) genre literature english literacy structure composition convention layout organisation features writing assess CHECK OUT MY STORE FOR OTHER RESOURCES, INCLUDING BUNDLED SAVINGS!! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Resourcesyouwant CHECK OUT THE TES AUTHOR'S BLOG ARTICLE I FEATURED IN: I am a TES endorsed author - "Author on TES: English expert, Resourcesyouwant": https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/author-tes-english-expert-resourcesyouwant
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