2) What was Crippen accused of? Why was he accused of this crime? Crippen was accused of poising his wife and slashing her to pieces and leaving only parts in the basement of their home. Dr. Crippen claimed that Cora had left him, then decided to tell her friends that she went to America, and a couple weeks later got sick and died. The friends called the police and told them what happened and that they had no proof
In April, 2001 convicted-offender database got what was called a “cold-hit” because the perpetrator of the crime had been convicted of shooting at a residence that was occupied, which in North Carolina requires that the persons DNA be placed in the criminal database. He was brought in for questioning, served with a search warrant and a blood sample taken. The blood was analyzed and a match was made to the DNA of the perpetrator the authorities had named the “Night Stalker”. When he was confronted with the DNA results, he confessed to all of the murders. (Saferstein R. 2009) Reference Saferstein, R. (2009).
Assignment #7 Who Hit Reveille? Vinay Jithendran 11/11/2013 BIO 111-502 Lab Lab Instructor: Matthew Markert Abstract: The examination of evidence, taken from Reveille’s hit and run accident, aided in the investigation of the perpetrator who did so. DNA, fingerprint, blood, and hair evidence was taken from the scene of the crime and compared to the testimonies of the suspects, Bikerman and Maroon Flash. The DNA evidence of the two suspects were observed, through gel electrophoresis, which produces a DNA fingerprint of the culprit. Fingerprint evidence was observed, through specific patterns in the fingerprints.
The first solid piece of evidence that delineates Sheppard’s innocence is the DNA evidence and blood spatter analysis that was found at the crime scene. The way Marilyn Sheppard was murdered, blood must have been spattered all over the room as it had been. If Sam Sheppard were the killer, blood should have been spattered all over Sheppard. However only a blood stain was found on his pants and no where else. DNA analysis of the blood found at the crime scene was determined to be neither Marilyn’s nor Sam’s blood, thus signifying that it indeed belonged to the killer.
The victim's clothes, hair, fingerprints were taken to the forensic laboratory for testing. After receiving CCTV footage of two male suspects, their hair and finger prints were taken for examination and analysis. Evidence Collection At the crime scene there was a workman's tool, a hammer, which I dusted with black carbon finger printing powder using a camel hair brush for evenly distributed powder. I placed sellotape over the powder to lift away fingerprints from the tool. I asked the police officer in charge of the case for fingerprints of the two male suspects, which he provided.
The first was the estimated cost of postoperative wound infections in the United Kingdom which was a stunning one billion pounds annually. The concern came up in part of research for the use of hair removal for cranial surgery. It is noted that in developing countries such as Nigeria, the use of razors is still a popular practice before surgery. The literature also relates to the psychological effects of hair removal for patients facing cranial surgery. The advocacy of hair removal is done because of the belief that the existence of hair will subsequently interfere
Once the vehicle was secured, the forensics investigators began doing an investigation to determine what type of evidence could be found in the vehicle which could lead to naming a certain individual that had contact with the vehicle. They began doing blood swabs on the gear shift, and fingerprints all over the vehicle. Nothing was found. They then sprayed the vehicle and then used an ultra violet light which made blood and a fingerprint become visible to where investigators could get the evidence for possessing. They found blood on the steering wheel, and a fingerprint on the passenger side door window.
After the robbery, the police office found the subject in the car. Everybody in the court have a different part the prosecutor, appointing counsel, and voir dire. The charges against lawbreaker are accessory before the fact and aided. The powerful evidence the police have against them are the DNA and the gun. With an eyewitness that places Martin at the grocery store.
The supreme court case Kelo v. City of New London Connecticut was argued and decided by the supreme court in 2005. This is one of the most recent supreme court rulings that has directly affected my community. The case directly deals with the taking of private property in order to benefit the community in multiple ways, this is also called eminent domain. The citizens who were involved were 15 families who decided to not accept the pharmaceutical company's offer to buy their land and house. The company had already gotten the other 100 families to accept the offer to buy their property.
He ordered Yatcilla to place the car against a pillar, radioed in an "auto accident" involving a "fixed object," and then ordered Colon to write a report indicating that Brady had swerved to avoid an oncoming car, mounted the sidewalk, and struck the pillar. Neither Colon nor Yatcilla seems to have objected to staging an accident or filing a false report. Yet, filing a false report commits at least two offences: Tampering with a Public Record; and Obstruction of the Administration of the Law. Each is a second-degree misdemeanor, punishable by a maximum of two years in prison. (4) Staging an accident is Insurance Fraud, a third degree felony punishable by a maximum of seven years imprisonment.