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Criminal procedure

Literature Review Research Topic in The Field of Criminal Justice

Lacey and Pickard (2015) analyze the effectiveness of punishment in criminal justice and assess whether it is relevant in the justice setting. The paper assesses the relevance of punishment because of crime committed. The paper assesses the effect of crime and realizes that the system looks at punishment as a...

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Community Gardens

The prison garden project developed by Catherine Sneed as a horticulture program intended to offer the prisoners opportunities to do more meaningful work and through it transform them creates an ambiguous relationship between people and plants. This was out of her empathy for the poor and disenfranchised prisoners whom she...

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Forensic Tools

Digital forensics tools have helped revolutionize the idea of investigative forensics and have made investigatorsÆ jobs much easier when it comes to uncovering evidence and analyzing it. Technologies like alternative light photography and high-speech ballistics photography are able to analyze a piece of physical evidence such as skin or bullet...

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Crime Scene Forensics in Saudi Arabia

AbstractForensic medicine as a practice in Saudi Arabia cannot be judged by what we see on American television. It is unique in the world pertaining to medicolegal death investigations. As with many practices in the Arab world, it is conducted by tradition and law under rules set forth by Islam...

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929 words | 4 page(s)
Crime Scene and Evidence

A forensic investigator must take many steps to collect evidence that is admissible in court. The first step in crime scene investigation is to assess the scene dimensions and pinpoint health and safety hazards. The forensic investigator needs to figure out where the crime probably occurred, i.e. living room. Points...

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376 words | 3 page(s)