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Research Paper: The research paper for this course requires that the student research the importance of evidence identification, preservation, and collection in the forensic process. Your paper should reflect what you have learned from this course and detail the process and importance of proper digital evidence procedures, from start to finish. This research paper needs to be at least 1-2 pages not counting title page and reference pages. The paper should be in APA format. You only need the title page, body, and references. References must be properly cited. The paper will account for 20% of the student’s final average.

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Research Paper: The research paper for this course requires that the student research the importance of evidence identification, preservation, and collection in the forensic process. Your paper should reflect what you have learned from this course and detail the process and importance of proper digital evidence procedures, from start to finish. This research paper needs to be at least 1-2 pages not counting title page and reference pages. The paper should be in APA format. You only need the title page, body, and references. References must be properly cited. The paper will account for 20% of the student’s final average. ...
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School: Rice University

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Running head: FORENSIC EVIDENCE

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Importance of Evidence Identification, Preservation, and Collection in the Forensic Process
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FORENSIC EVIDENCE

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Forensic evidence is any information that is gathered through scientific means and later
used in a court of law. The integrity of this information is a matter of great concern in the
forensic process. Jeopardizing the integrity of the gathered evidence may undermine a court case.
In fact, the evidence will be rendered null and useless for use in a court of law. The continuity of
the gathered evidence depends on the ability of the forensic practitioners to ensure that the entire
process is free of manipulation and control (Ashcroft, Daniels, & Hart, 2004). Nowadays, there
are better and more modern approaches of gathering and documenting forensic evidence with the
sole intention of maintaining integrity and validity of the information for ...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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