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Select the appropriate type of evidence with the proper criminalistic section: Question 5 options:

Select the appropriate type of evidence with the proper criminalistic section:

Question 5 options:

1

2

3

4

5

impression evidence

1

2

3

4

5

cartridge casing

1

2

3

4

5

white powder evidence

1

2

3

4

5

sexual assault evidence

1

2

3

4

5

glass evidence

1.

Chemistry

2.

Trace

3.

Firearms

4.

Latents

5.

Biology

Question 6

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the person to the correct development / discovery.

Question 6 options:

1

2

3

4

5

used a comparison microscope to determine if a particular gun fired a bullet

1

2

3

4

5

developed a procedure to determine blood type from dried bloodstains

1

2

3

4

5

devised the first scientific system of personal identification

1

2

3

4

5

conducted the first definitive study of fingerprints and their classification

1

2

3

4

5

the father of forensic toxicology

1.

Mathieu Orfila

2.

Alphonse Bertillion

3.

Francis Galton

4.

Leone Lattes

5.

Calvin Goddard

Question 7

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the person to the correct development / discovery.

Question 7 options:

1

2

3

4

5

wrote the first treatise describing the application of scientific principles to the field of criminal investigation

1

2

3

4

5

developed the first DNA profiling test

1

2

3

4

5

developed principle that states a cross-transfer of evidence occurs when a person comes in contact with an object or person

1

2

3

4

5

developed the fundamental principles of document examination

1

2

3

4

5

utilized microscopy and other analytical methodologies to examine evidence.

1.

Albert Osborn

2.

Walter McCrone

3.

Hans Gross

4.

Edmond Locard

5.

Sir Alec Jeffreys

Question 8

 (1 point)

 








_________ characteristics are not unique to a source and pertain to a group (i.e. ABO blood type, blue paint).

Question 8 options:


Individual


Class


Group


Section

Question 9

 (1 point)

 








______________ characteristics are from a unique source (i.e. fingerprint patterns, bullet striations).

Question 9 options:


Group


Section


Class


Individual

Question 10

 (1 point)

 








_____________ evidence is any material that can establish through scientific exam that a crime has been committed.

Question 10 options:


Transfer


Resource


Supplemental


Physical

Question 11

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the type of results generated from the discipline listed:

Question 11 options:

1

2

3

4

5

identification to a person via DNA profile

1

2

3

4

5

identification of a particular type of bullet

1

2

3

4

5

identification to a person via fingerprint match

1

2

3

4

5

cause and manner of death

1

2

3

4

5

identification of a controlled substance (i.e. cocaine)

1.

Firearms

2.

Pathology

3.

Biology

4.

Latent Prints

5.

Chemistry

Question 12

 (1 point)

 








Pseudoscience is a term that refers to events that have not been verified by the scientific method.

Question 12 options:

True

False

Question 13

 (2.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the scientific method steps:

Question 13 options:


general acceptance


exercises


observations


data analysis


hypothesis


conclusions


experiments

Question 14

 (1 point)

 








A hypothesis is considered an educated guess.

Question 14 options:

True

False

Question 15

 (1.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the statements below that are stated as a hypothesis.

Question 15 options:


Brass contains copper and zinc.


The brighter the color of an orange, the juicier the fruit


If a bag of suspected drugs is tested, the examination will show that the bag contains cocaine.


Most apples are red, but some are yellow.


Baking powder is used in biscuits.


The faster a river flows, the greater the erosion.

Question 16

 (1 point)

 








Sarah wanted to find out if temperature has an effect on the growth of bread mold. She grew the mold in nine Petri dishes containing the same amount and type of nutrients. Three were kept at 0 C, three were kept at 90 C, and three were kept at room temperature, 27 C. The containers were examined and the growth of the bread mold was recorded each Friday for five weeks.

Which of the following is her hypothesis?

Question 16 options:


If there are different types of nutrient used, then that will cause differences in the amount of bread mold.


If the amount of nutrients is changed, then the amount of bread mold will change.


If the temperature changes then the amount of bread mold will change.


If the number of containers changes, then the amount of bread mold will change.

Question 17

 (1 point)

 








Some chickens lay an egg every day. Other chickens produce few eggs. A study is planned to examine factors that might affect the number of eggs produced by chickens. Which of the following is NOT a suitable hypothesis for the study?

Question 17 options:


If more eggs are produced by chickens, then they lose more weight.


If chickens receive more hours of light, then they will produce more eggs.


If the cage for chickens is larger, then they will produce more eggs.


If there is more protein in the feed, then more eggs are produced.

Question 18

 (1 point)

 








A forest fire destroys trees in a large area. The forest rangers use the burned area to study the effect of different types of grasses on soil erosion. They choose ten plots of ground that are the same size. Each of these plots receives the same amount of sun. Each of these plots also has the same kind of soil and the same slope. The rangers plant each with a different type of grass. Measurements of soil erosion are made every week for the entire summer.

What hypothesis is being tested in this study?

Question 18 options:


If grass is planted, then the amount of soil erosion will be reduced.


If areas are burned over, then they will have greater erosion than forested areas.


Certain types of grass have a greater effect on reducing soil erosion than others.


If the slope of the land is changed, then soil erosion is affected.

Question 19

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 1: Make ______.

Question 19 options:


hypothesis


observations


data


conclusions

Question 20

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 2: Propose a _______.

Question 20 options:


hypothesis


observation


data


conclusion

Question 21

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 3: Test the hypothesis with ________.

Question 21 options:


observations


hypothesis


experiments


conclusions

Question 22

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 4: Analyze the _______.

Question 22 options:


data


observations


hypothesis


conclusion

Question 23

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 5: State _________ about hypothesis based on data analysis.

Question 23 options:


experiments


observations


results


conclusions

Question 24

 (2.5 points)

 








Place the scientific method steps in the correct order:

Question 24 options:

1

2

3

4

5

experiments

1

2

3

4

5

analyze data

1

2

3

4

5

hypothesis

1

2

3

4

5

conclusions

1

2

3

4

5

observations

Question 25

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the best definition for each term:

Question 25 options:

1

2

3

4

5

right to a speedy and fair trial

1

2

3

4

5

no unlawful search, seizures

1

2

3

4

5

guarantees due process; no double jeopardy; no self incrimination

1

2

3

4

5

general acceptance test

1

2

3

4

5

judge acts as the gatekeeper

1.

Daubert Ruling

2.

Frye Ruling

3.

4th Amendment

4.

5th Amendment

5.

6th Amendment

Question 26

 (1 point)

 








The fourth amendment protects individuals from unfair or unlawful treatment by law enforcement authorities.

Question 26 options:

True

False

Question 27

 (1 point)

 








Per the fifth amendment, a person may be tried twice for the same offense.

Question 27 options:

True

False

Question 28

 (1 point)

 








The sixth amendment pertains to criminal prosecutions.

Question 28 options:

True

False

Question 29

 (1 point)

 








Per the sixth amendment, an impartial jury is one that is free of bias

Question 29 options:

True

False

Question 30

 (1 point)

 








A person may request silence by "pleading the fifth" which is allowed to keep the person from self-incrimination.

Question 30 options:

True

False

Question 31

 (1 point)

 








Per the fourth amendment, a search and seizure should be conducted by a member of law enforcement.

Question 31 options:

True

False

Question 32

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the components of the United States criminal justice system.

Question 32 options:


Adjudication


Corrections


American Bar Association


Federal Judges Association


American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors


Law Enforcement

Question 33

 (2.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the missions of state and other local-government police organizations.

Question 33 options:


maintain peace and order in the communities they serve


provide safety and security


peer review laboratory case records


to enforce laws


ensure laboratory equipment is operating properly

Question 34

 (1 point)

 








Voir Dire refers to:

Question 34 options:


process by which jurors determining innocence or guilt


process by which attorneys select certain jurors


process by which defendants plea to a charge


all of the above

Question 35

 (1 point)

 








How does Voir Dire apply to forensic science or forensic expert's testimony?

Question 35 options:


Questioning by attorney's to determine the expert witness' competence.


Attorney's opening statements providing an overview of the witnesses facts.


Questioning by attorney's to determine the lay witnesses' competence.


Attorney's closing statements providing an overview of the witnesses facts.

Question 36

 (1 point)

 








_________ means that it is acceptable or valid, especially as evidence in a court of law.

Question 36 options:


Admirable


Acknowledge


Admissible


Attainable

Question 37

 (1 point)

 








Frye v. United States allowed the scientific validity of lie detector test.

Question 37 options:

True

False

Question 38

 (1 point)

 








______________ v. United States is a 1923 District of Columbia case where the scientific validity of the lie detector test was rejected.

Question 38 options:


Daubert


Reed


Frye


Zain

Question 39

 (1 point)

 








____________ v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a 1993 U.S. Supreme Court case where the judge was determined to be the "gatekeeper" or decision maker in determining evidence admissibility.

Question 39 options:


Daubert


Frye


Reed


Zain

Question 40

 (1 point)

 








Frye v. United States decided that the questioned procedures must be ___________ __________ by meaningful segment of relevant scientific community.

Question 40 options:


generally accepted


generally unacceptable


generally denied


generally permitted

Question 41

 (1 point)

 








Rules of Evidence 702 is only used in State courts.

Question 41 options:

True

False

Question 42

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL that apply to Rule 702 Expert Testimony

Question 42 options:


read the person his/her rights


evidence obtained by verbal consent


based on facts or data


applied methods & procedures to facts of the case


product of reliable methods & procedures


qualified by knowledge, skill, experience, training or education

Question 43

 (1 point)

 








The Daubert court ruling is based on general acceptance within forensic science.

Question 43 options:

True

False

Question 44

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria that a judge must consider in a Daubert hearing to determine if scientific evidence is admissible:

Question 44 options:


standardization


speedy trial


error rate


peer review


scientific method


search warrant


general acceptance

Question 45

 (1 point)

 








A State cannot choose between Frye, Daubert and/or the Federal Rules of Evidence when determining evidence admissibility. The court ruling being used in Federal Courts must be used at the State level.

Question 45 options:

True

False

Question 46

 (1 point)

 








An expert witness testifies to the opinions of another person's research or experiments.

Question 46 options:

True

False

Question 47

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria required of an expert witness:

Question 47 options:


hired only by defense


provides opinions


must be a scientist


has special knowledge in a particular field


is proficient in a particular field


declared by a judge

Question 48

 (1 point)

 








The CSI Effect causes jurors to expect some type of forensic evidence for all criminal cases.

Question 48 options:

True

False

Question 49

 (1 point)

 








The American Board of Criminalistics (ABC) Rules of Professional Conduct is the only document requiring a signature when compared to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) documents.

Question 49 options:

True

False

Question 50

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria that should be included in an ethical code or rules of professional conduct:

Question 50 options:


confidentiality


integrity


exaggerate


embellish


dishonesty


professionalism


disclosure

Question 51

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of that is discussed in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) code of ethics and conduct:

Question 51 options:


the code


rules and procedures


membership


meetings


suspension


expulsion

Question 52

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL that is discussed in the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) guiding principles of professional responsibility for crime laboratories and forensic scientists:

Question 52 options:


competency and proficiency


membership


professionalism


meetings


clear communication


accreditation

Question 53

 (1 point)

 








Quality assurance provides policies or guidance to ensure that the laboratory will provide biased results.

Question 53 options:

True

False

Question 54

 (1 point)

 








The __________ Test is a "quick and dirty" test for deciding if something is an ethical issue and useful because brand name and a person's reputation are important in business.

Question 54 options:


Smell


Taste


Sight


Hearing

Question 55

 (2 points)

 








What is the CSI Effect?

Question 55 options:


Question 56

 (4 points)

 








How has the CSI Effect affected the criminal justice system as a whole?

Also, thoroughly explain how this phenomenon has affected

  • prosecutors,
  • police, and
  • forensic scientists.

Question 56 options:


Question 57

 (4 points)

 








Would the conception of professional (paid) jurors assist in alleviating the CSI Effect? Please explain. 

List and discuss at least two (2) the advantages and at least two (2) disadvantages of creating professional (paid) juries vs. the US jury summons system? 

Question 57 options:


Question 58

 (3 points)

 








Pretending that you are a Laboratory Director of the XYZ Forensic Laboratory and have been tasked to create an Ethical Code for your laboratory.

Describe and define three (3) codes or requirements you would require by the staff.

Question 58 options:


Question 59

 (6 points)

 








For the codes and/or requirements you developed in the last question:

Describe three (3) ways these would be implemented in your laboratory to ensure the ethical behavior of its staff.

These methods should be realistic. 

Also, in light of the fact that most forensic labs are public labs and therefore funded by taxpayers, these methods should be cost effective as well. 

Please discuss these methods, why they would work and their cost effectiveness. 

Question 59 options:


Question 60

 (5 points)

 








You have developed a new forensic technique, the ABC test. This test was used to examine a suspected bloodstain in the field (at a crime scene). The ABC test is a portable, species test, and will inform you if the blood is human or primate, canine, feline, and/or ferret. This is the first time the test is being entered into court, as a forensic scientist, you are subpoenaed to testify at a Daubert Hearing to determine the admissibility of the ABC test.

Explain how the ABC test would be introduced into court for this Daubert hearing. Describe how you, as the scientist, would ensure that you would answer all applicable questions regarding the admissibility of the ABC test (to allow the ABC Test be admitted into court).Select the appropriate type of evidence with the proper criminalistic section:

Question 5 options:

1

2

3

4

5

impression evidence

1

2

3

4

5

cartridge casing

1

2

3

4

5

white powder evidence

1

2

3

4

5

sexual assault evidence

1

2

3

4

5

glass evidence

1.

Chemistry

2.

Trace

3.

Firearms

4.

Latents

5.

Biology

Question 6

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the person to the correct development / discovery.

Question 6 options:

1

2

3

4

5

used a comparison microscope to determine if a particular gun fired a bullet

1

2

3

4

5

developed a procedure to determine blood type from dried bloodstains

1

2

3

4

5

devised the first scientific system of personal identification

1

2

3

4

5

conducted the first definitive study of fingerprints and their classification

1

2

3

4

5

the father of forensic toxicology

1.

Mathieu Orfila

2.

Alphonse Bertillion

3.

Francis Galton

4.

Leone Lattes

5.

Calvin Goddard

Question 7

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the person to the correct development / discovery.

Question 7 options:

1

2

3

4

5

wrote the first treatise describing the application of scientific principles to the field of criminal investigation

1

2

3

4

5

developed the first DNA profiling test

1

2

3

4

5

developed principle that states a cross-transfer of evidence occurs when a person comes in contact with an object or person

1

2

3

4

5

developed the fundamental principles of document examination

1

2

3

4

5

utilized microscopy and other analytical methodologies to examine evidence.

1.

Albert Osborn

2.

Walter McCrone

3.

Hans Gross

4.

Edmond Locard

5.

Sir Alec Jeffreys

Question 8

 (1 point)

 








_________ characteristics are not unique to a source and pertain to a group (i.e. ABO blood type, blue paint).

Question 8 options:


Individual


Class


Group


Section

Question 9

 (1 point)

 








______________ characteristics are from a unique source (i.e. fingerprint patterns, bullet striations).

Question 9 options:


Group


Section


Class


Individual

Question 10

 (1 point)

 








_____________ evidence is any material that can establish through scientific exam that a crime has been committed.

Question 10 options:


Transfer


Resource


Supplemental


Physical

Question 11

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the type of results generated from the discipline listed:

Question 11 options:

1

2

3

4

5

identification to a person via DNA profile

1

2

3

4

5

identification of a particular type of bullet

1

2

3

4

5

identification to a person via fingerprint match

1

2

3

4

5

cause and manner of death

1

2

3

4

5

identification of a controlled substance (i.e. cocaine)

1.

Firearms

2.

Pathology

3.

Biology

4.

Latent Prints

5.

Chemistry

Question 12

 (1 point)

 








Pseudoscience is a term that refers to events that have not been verified by the scientific method.

Question 12 options:

True

False

Question 13

 (2.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the scientific method steps:

Question 13 options:


general acceptance


exercises


observations


data analysis


hypothesis


conclusions


experiments

Question 14

 (1 point)

 








A hypothesis is considered an educated guess.

Question 14 options:

True

False

Question 15

 (1.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the statements below that are stated as a hypothesis.

Question 15 options:


Brass contains copper and zinc.


The brighter the color of an orange, the juicier the fruit


If a bag of suspected drugs is tested, the examination will show that the bag contains cocaine.


Most apples are red, but some are yellow.


Baking powder is used in biscuits.


The faster a river flows, the greater the erosion.

Question 16

 (1 point)

 








Sarah wanted to find out if temperature has an effect on the growth of bread mold. She grew the mold in nine Petri dishes containing the same amount and type of nutrients. Three were kept at 0 C, three were kept at 90 C, and three were kept at room temperature, 27 C. The containers were examined and the growth of the bread mold was recorded each Friday for five weeks.

Which of the following is her hypothesis?

Question 16 options:


If there are different types of nutrient used, then that will cause differences in the amount of bread mold.


If the amount of nutrients is changed, then the amount of bread mold will change.


If the temperature changes then the amount of bread mold will change.


If the number of containers changes, then the amount of bread mold will change.

Question 17

 (1 point)

 








Some chickens lay an egg every day. Other chickens produce few eggs. A study is planned to examine factors that might affect the number of eggs produced by chickens. Which of the following is NOT a suitable hypothesis for the study?

Question 17 options:


If more eggs are produced by chickens, then they lose more weight.


If chickens receive more hours of light, then they will produce more eggs.


If the cage for chickens is larger, then they will produce more eggs.


If there is more protein in the feed, then more eggs are produced.

Question 18

 (1 point)

 








A forest fire destroys trees in a large area. The forest rangers use the burned area to study the effect of different types of grasses on soil erosion. They choose ten plots of ground that are the same size. Each of these plots receives the same amount of sun. Each of these plots also has the same kind of soil and the same slope. The rangers plant each with a different type of grass. Measurements of soil erosion are made every week for the entire summer.

What hypothesis is being tested in this study?

Question 18 options:


If grass is planted, then the amount of soil erosion will be reduced.


If areas are burned over, then they will have greater erosion than forested areas.


Certain types of grass have a greater effect on reducing soil erosion than others.


If the slope of the land is changed, then soil erosion is affected.

Question 19

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 1: Make ______.

Question 19 options:


hypothesis


observations


data


conclusions

Question 20

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 2: Propose a _______.

Question 20 options:


hypothesis


observation


data


conclusion

Question 21

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 3: Test the hypothesis with ________.

Question 21 options:


observations


hypothesis


experiments


conclusions

Question 22

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 4: Analyze the _______.

Question 22 options:


data


observations


hypothesis


conclusion

Question 23

 (1 point)

 








Scientific Method Step 5: State _________ about hypothesis based on data analysis.

Question 23 options:


experiments


observations


results


conclusions

Question 24

 (2.5 points)

 








Place the scientific method steps in the correct order:

Question 24 options:

1

2

3

4

5

experiments

1

2

3

4

5

analyze data

1

2

3

4

5

hypothesis

1

2

3

4

5

conclusions

1

2

3

4

5

observations

Question 25

 (2.5 points)

 








Select the best definition for each term:

Question 25 options:

1

2

3

4

5

right to a speedy and fair trial

1

2

3

4

5

no unlawful search, seizures

1

2

3

4

5

guarantees due process; no double jeopardy; no self incrimination

1

2

3

4

5

general acceptance test

1

2

3

4

5

judge acts as the gatekeeper

1.

Daubert Ruling

2.

Frye Ruling

3.

4th Amendment

4.

5th Amendment

5.

6th Amendment

Question 26

 (1 point)

 








The fourth amendment protects individuals from unfair or unlawful treatment by law enforcement authorities.

Question 26 options:

True

False

Question 27

 (1 point)

 








Per the fifth amendment, a person may be tried twice for the same offense.

Question 27 options:

True

False

Question 28

 (1 point)

 








The sixth amendment pertains to criminal prosecutions.

Question 28 options:

True

False

Question 29

 (1 point)

 








Per the sixth amendment, an impartial jury is one that is free of bias

Question 29 options:

True

False

Question 30

 (1 point)

 








A person may request silence by "pleading the fifth" which is allowed to keep the person from self-incrimination.

Question 30 options:

True

False

Question 31

 (1 point)

 








Per the fourth amendment, a search and seizure should be conducted by a member of law enforcement.

Question 31 options:

True

False

Question 32

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the components of the United States criminal justice system.

Question 32 options:


Adjudication


Corrections


American Bar Association


Federal Judges Association


American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors


Law Enforcement

Question 33

 (2.5 points)

 








Choose ALL of the missions of state and other local-government police organizations.

Question 33 options:


maintain peace and order in the communities they serve


provide safety and security


peer review laboratory case records


to enforce laws


ensure laboratory equipment is operating properly

Question 34

 (1 point)

 








Voir Dire refers to:

Question 34 options:


process by which jurors determining innocence or guilt


process by which attorneys select certain jurors


process by which defendants plea to a charge


all of the above

Question 35

 (1 point)

 








How does Voir Dire apply to forensic science or forensic expert's testimony?

Question 35 options:


Questioning by attorney's to determine the expert witness' competence.


Attorney's opening statements providing an overview of the witnesses facts.


Questioning by attorney's to determine the lay witnesses' competence.


Attorney's closing statements providing an overview of the witnesses facts.

Question 36

 (1 point)

 








_________ means that it is acceptable or valid, especially as evidence in a court of law.

Question 36 options:


Admirable


Acknowledge


Admissible


Attainable

Question 37

 (1 point)

 








Frye v. United States allowed the scientific validity of lie detector test.

Question 37 options:

True

False

Question 38

 (1 point)

 








______________ v. United States is a 1923 District of Columbia case where the scientific validity of the lie detector test was rejected.

Question 38 options:


Daubert


Reed


Frye


Zain

Question 39

 (1 point)

 








____________ v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a 1993 U.S. Supreme Court case where the judge was determined to be the "gatekeeper" or decision maker in determining evidence admissibility.

Question 39 options:


Daubert


Frye


Reed


Zain

Question 40

 (1 point)

 








Frye v. United States decided that the questioned procedures must be ___________ __________ by meaningful segment of relevant scientific community.

Question 40 options:


generally accepted


generally unacceptable


generally denied


generally permitted

Question 41

 (1 point)

 








Rules of Evidence 702 is only used in State courts.

Question 41 options:

True

False

Question 42

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL that apply to Rule 702 Expert Testimony

Question 42 options:


read the person his/her rights


evidence obtained by verbal consent


based on facts or data


applied methods & procedures to facts of the case


product of reliable methods & procedures


qualified by knowledge, skill, experience, training or education

Question 43

 (1 point)

 








The Daubert court ruling is based on general acceptance within forensic science.

Question 43 options:

True

False

Question 44

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria that a judge must consider in a Daubert hearing to determine if scientific evidence is admissible:

Question 44 options:


standardization


speedy trial


error rate


peer review


scientific method


search warrant


general acceptance

Question 45

 (1 point)

 








A State cannot choose between Frye, Daubert and/or the Federal Rules of Evidence when determining evidence admissibility. The court ruling being used in Federal Courts must be used at the State level.

Question 45 options:

True

False

Question 46

 (1 point)

 








An expert witness testifies to the opinions of another person's research or experiments.

Question 46 options:

True

False

Question 47

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria required of an expert witness:

Question 47 options:


hired only by defense


provides opinions


must be a scientist


has special knowledge in a particular field


is proficient in a particular field


declared by a judge

Question 48

 (1 point)

 








The CSI Effect causes jurors to expect some type of forensic evidence for all criminal cases.

Question 48 options:

True

False

Question 49

 (1 point)

 








The American Board of Criminalistics (ABC) Rules of Professional Conduct is the only document requiring a signature when compared to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) and the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) documents.

Question 49 options:

True

False

Question 50

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of the criteria that should be included in an ethical code or rules of professional conduct:

Question 50 options:


confidentiality


integrity


exaggerate


embellish


dishonesty


professionalism


disclosure

Question 51

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL of that is discussed in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences (AAFS) code of ethics and conduct:

Question 51 options:


the code


rules and procedures


membership


meetings


suspension


expulsion

Question 52

 (2 points)

 








Choose ALL that is discussed in the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) guiding principles of professional responsibility for crime laboratories and forensic scientists:

Question 52 options:


competency and proficiency


membership


professionalism


meetings


clear communication


accreditation

Question 53

 (1 point)

 








Quality assurance provides policies or guidance to ensure that the laboratory will provide biased results.

Question 53 options:

True

False

Question 54

 (1 point)

 








The __________ Test is a "quick and dirty" test for deciding if something is an ethical issue and useful because brand name and a person's reputation are important in business.

Question 54 options:


Smell


Taste


Sight


Hearing

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