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Presentation #10 Arson Investigation For Presentation: -brief history as a scientific development -history as a source of admissible evidence in court(professional journals and news media sources) -at least 3 media sources, primarily fictional, in which the forensic science plays an important part in the plot resolution(1 movie, 1 book, 1 other) -analyze the three srouces based on the story’s setting, seeing which laws were applicable and what the state of the science was, paying special attention to the discrepancies between fiction and reality -based on analysis, conclude with what you think is the connection between the science, the law, and their collective reflection in popular media(include the societal expectations of both science and of crimnal justice) -demonstration http://library.thinkquest.org/04oct/00206/text_mt_arson.htm http://www.interfire.org/ Nickell, Joe and Fischer, John F. Crime Science: Methods of Forensic Detection. The University Press of Kentucky, Kentucky: 1999. Page 230
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