EXERCISE 1 Deadly Picnic Deductive ReasoningPDF.pdf - Look Assignment 1 Studies in Forensic Science FA19 EXERCISE 1 Deductive Reasoning Exercise The

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Look Assignment 1: Studies in Forensic Science FA19 EXERCISE 1: Deductive Reasoning Exercise: The Deadly Picnic. This exercise challenges students to critically analyze evidence and emphasizes the importance of thorough observation and note taking at the crime scene. The Facts of the Case Centerville police discovered the body of a 36-year-old white male (later identified as Gaven Brooks) in a field about twenty miles north of town. Mr. Brooks’s body was discovered at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, October 11. He was found lying face-up on a yellow, queen-size sheet. According to autopsy reports, one fatal gunshot to the back of the head ended Mr. Brooks’s life. Scientists estimate that death occurred at about 4:20 p.m. As investigators scanned the crime scene, they made the following notes: Paper plates filled with partially eaten fried chicken, deviled eggs, potato salad, and chocolate cake were located near Mr. Brooks’s body.
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