BCJ 230 Criminal lnvesti ation
Multiple Choice Questions (Enter your answers on the enclosed answer sheet)
1. By 1750, , often criminals themselves, were motivated by reward
money and their ability to confiscate the possessions
Question #3: According to the textbook, what is stage fright and how is it related to a court
appearance? Can this be overcome and controlled? How?
Stage Fright, what is it? According to the text, stage fright is nothing more than a
nebulous fear, often b
Question #1: Differentiate between probable cause and reasonable suspicion. Explain how
these concepts apply in criminal cases?
The American police officer today has many roles to play and many questions to answer
while conducting and performing his or he
Question #1: Explain the difference between the terms forensic science and criminalistics.
While collecting evidence at a crime scene, you package and prepare your evidence and
after logging the evidence, it is sent to the crime lab. This is the location
Question #3: What are chemical, biological and radiological weapons? Discuss the
potential for a terrorist attack using chemical, biological or radiation weapons and how
those weapons might be deployed in the U.S.
Imagine being a solider in World War 1. S
Question #3: Describe the impact of the Bell v. Wolfish decision on modern jail operations.
As long as there has been a society, there has been crime and a need for jails and prisons.
As the prison population increases, so do the problems within our corre
Question #1: Compare and contrast common law burglary to modern law burglary.
Like many things with the passage of time, changes are made to keep up with the modern
times that we live in. Criminal law is no different. We find that the definition of certai
Question #2: What are the similarities and differences between an arson investigation and a
In the eighteenth century, arson was defined by the author as the malicious and willful
burning of a house or outhouse of another man. This