JUS375 Journal 2 SNHU DNA Analysis

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Read Report to the Attorney General on Delays in Forensic DNA Analysis. Then write a journal assignment in which you answer the following questions:

  • Should DNA testing be mandatory in all cases where DNA is collected? Why or why not? Do you agree with the report’s findings?
  • From the report, which recommendation would you prioritize if you were given the opportunity to implement it within your state or department? Why?

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JUS 375 Journal Two Rubric Overview: Journals in this course are private between the student and the instructor. Approach these activities as (a) an opportunity to reflect upon and apply what you learn each week based on the assigned readings, discussions, and activities, and (b) an opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise based on your educational and professional experiences in the past. As a successful professional, you will need good reflective and writing skills. Journal activities offer you the opportunity to further develop these skills. Prompt: Read Report to the Attorney General on Delays in Forensic DNA Analysis. Then write a journal assignment in which you answer the following questions:   Should DNA testing be mandatory in all cases where DNA is collected? Why or why not? Do you agree with the report’s findings? From the report, which recommendation would you prioritize, if you were given the opportunity to implement it within your state or department? Why? Refer to your textbook and relevant scholarly sources to support the points and observations made in your journal assignment. Guidelines for Submission: Your journal assignment must be 300–400 words (excluding the references). Citations should be formatted according to APA style. Submit assignment as a Word document with double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins. Critical Elements Exemplary (100%) Proficient (85%) Reflections on Mandatory Meets “Proficient” criteria, Evaluates the extent to which DNA Testing and the evaluation provides DNA testing should be clear and persuasive reasoning mandatory in cases where DNA is collected, exploring the pros and cons and affirming stance Recommendation Meets “Proficient” criteria, Identifies priorities in Priorities and stance is further implementing supported with local recommendations and logical justifications or anecdotes supporting explanation Needs Improvement (55%) Affirms stance on mandatory DNA testing but lacks logical explanation of both pros and cons Not Evident (0%) Does not affirm stance or address mandatory DNA testings Identifies priorities in implementing recommendations but lacks supporting explanation Does not identify priorities in implementing recommendations Value 30 30 Incorporation of Evidence Meets “Proficient” criteria, and Scholarly Resources and the synthesis of sources is especially well supported, cogent, and insightful Analysis of evidence from text and scholarly sources is logical, well supported, and of appropriate depth and complexity Articulation of Response Meets “Proficient” criteria and Submission has no major has excellent syntax and errors related to citations, sentence construction grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization Analysis of evidence from text and scholarly sources is illogical and/or not well supported or lacks appropriate depth and complexity Submission has major errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that negatively impact readability and articulation of main ideas Does not include any evidence from text and scholarly sources to support the points and observations 30 Submission has critical errors related to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or organization that prevent understanding of ideas 10 Earned Total 100% ...
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DNA- Analysis
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DNA- ANALYSIS

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It is sad that currently the DNA analysis is not fully exploited in the criminal justice
system. The DNA analysis should be made mandatory in all cases because it helps in
verifying the identity of a person who is unknown. In the criminal justice it is used for the
purpose of identifying suspects to a crime. The DNA collection should be mandatory for all
felony crimes, mostly sexual assaults, and homicides. Although, most people feel that
mandatory testing is an invasion of privacy it is crucial when it comes to defence and
exoneration of a suspect in a case. Additionally, several states are utilizing CODIS a form of
DNA database where the profiles are generated by the crime laboratories. The database is
important because they are connected with the federal, state, or the local criminal violations
(Delisi...

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