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CRJ245 - Introduction fo Scientific Crime Detection
In this course, students learn what types of evidence are admissible in a criminal trial, including a comprehensive analysis of the most frequently used types of evidence. Readings and discussions pertaining to the nature of real, testimonial, hearsay and circumstantial evidence will explore the evolution of science in the field of criminal justice, specifically with regard to fingerprinting, DNA analysis, and other biomarkers that have become the norm in criminal court cases.

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Course Number: CRJ245
Course Name: Introduction fo Scientific Crime Detection
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Pre-Reqs: None
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Credit Hours: 3 Lecture Hours: 2 Lab Hours: 2