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Unformatted text preview: Click on the player above to hear the audio lesson. To download the lesson, right-click (PC) or control-click (Mac) here , and save the file to your desktop. Overview: Pattern of Organization: Process Order Recent television shows have made the topic of solving crimes very popular. Viewers are shown some of the complex and scientific procedures used to piece together events of the crime as well as who may be involved. Since the television shows solve crimes by the end of the show, it is easy to assume that solving crimes is a quick and easy process. However, solving crimes can be a very long and labor-intensive process. It requires specific procedures to ensure the crime scene remains undisturbed and all the evidence is collected and not contaminated. Police officers and investigators must conduct interviews of witnesses and victims and may need to interview people several times. interviews of witnesses and victims and may need to interview people several times....
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- Spring '10