Research Proposal - Comp 1120 Section Research Proposal...

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Comp 1120 Section ¾ Research Proposal MEMORANDUM Date: 6 March 2008 To: Professor From: Student Subject: Reasons for studying why a DNA database outweighs civil rights issues Introduction: The benefits and issues concerning an American DNA database Advancements in crime solving have been increasing since the discovery of DNA evidence. Sources of DNA such as skin cells, bodily fluids, and hair follicles are left behind everywhere we go. Today, this evidence is used to determine those who were present at a crime scene, but a new advancement has proven to shorten the process. The advancement is a DNA database, which has proven to be so far successful in the UK. It allows DNA evidence to be compared with thousands of people and decreases investigation time. So, why has the United States yet to adopt this idea? The issue currently in debate is the violation of civil liberties. To possibly resolve this issue, it would be beneficial to continue research to discover if the benefits outweigh the issues. Because there are different viewpoints on this topic and it affects many people, I believe this would be a
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