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    • CJ/302 CJ302 CJ 302 Week 5 Eyewitness Misidentification
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    • CJ 302 Week 5 Eyewitness Misidentification Eyewitness Misidentification Access the website for the Innocence Project and the link on the site regarding misidentification of criminal suspects: http://www.innocenceproject.org/understand/Eyewitness-Misidentification.php View the video that discusses the Ronald Cotton case. After watching the video, write a 300 words reaction paper to the video that answers the following questions: What did you learn about the…
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    • crime data
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    • Discussion - crime data After reading Chapter 3 of the Mosher textbook, "An Arresting Experiment: Domestic Violence Victim and Perceptions" by Miller, and "Controlling a Jail Population by Partially Closing the Front Door" by Baumer and Adams, discuss the following prompts: •How Important is it to use official crime data? •What are some issues with using official crime data? •What…
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    • Criminalistics 2
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    • Criminalistics 2 What general areas should always be inspected for possible fingerprints? Explain. What is the documentation process regarding the lifting of fingerprints? Explain in detail. What are the 2 general types of surfaces in which investigators must lift fingerprints? Explain. 3 para graphs with references and no more then 25% plaigiarsm ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Methods: Chemical Lifting, Cyonocrylate Fuming, Fuming Circulation,…
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    • Deception To Elicit Confessions
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    • How far should police go to get a confession? Police detectives have been known to use deception in the interrogation process in an attempt to elicit a confession. For example, Philadelphia Detective Eugene Wyatt falsely told Herbert Haak that his codefendant, Richard Wise, had confessed and fingered him as the actual killer of jogger Kimberly Ernest in Philadelphia in 1995.…
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