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  1. 1. Murder Most Foul?
  2. 2. Section 1- Solving the crime The most difficult task To gather evidences to solve the crime Explanation Thus, we are required to go through quite a number of ‘hands on’ experiments to attain them. After gathering more evidences, we are still supposed to analyse the information and come to the conclusion of the identity of the murderer. As group members are not experienced, we may not obtain accurate results and this will affect the solving of the crime.
  3. 3. Section 1- Solving the crime The easiest and most interesting task To gather evidences through questioning Explanation Flaws in the statements & information allows us to make deductions easily. No complicated procedures is required as we just need to ask suspects questions. We are supposed to use our creativity to decide questions that will provide us key ideas to the identity of the murderer.
  4. 4. Section 2- Evidence Crime Solving Not just about brainstorming and questioning suspects, it is also about gathering evidence To Find clues to gain crucial information Helps To help crack the case
  5. 5. Section 2- Evidence Evidence is Vital to crime solving Helps us to identify suspects involved and assists in the investigations greatly. Through: Thumbprints, lip prints, blood found at the crime scene, handwriting etc. Is Needed to prove a statement.
  6. 6. Section 2- Evidence Evidence Serves as proofs that help to validate it and solves the crime. Important to use the right method to collect evidences To gather as much information from the crime scene To preserve authenticity of evidence by not leaving any DNA at the crime scene. Evidences serve as proofs that help to validate it and solves the crime. Proof is the validation of a statement or knowledge
  7. 7. Section 3- The Verdict Harshest Punishment Jack Smith Life imprisonment as the punishment of death sentence was abolished. He committed the murder and killed John Lee while co-operating with Peter Hamilton, who is also the mastermind.
  8. 8. Section 3- The Verdict Harsh Punishment Peter Hamilton Life imprisonment Collaborated with Jack Smith, the murderer, to kill John Lee. He was also at the crime scene.
  9. 9. Section 3- The Verdict Lenient Punishment Those at the party who possessed drugs Heavy fines and/or jail sentence They possessed drugs which were against the law and was involved in drug dealing which includes the purchasing of illegal drugs.
  10. 10. Section 3- The Verdict Punishment Robert Isles Host of the party Fines and/or jail sentence Although he did not possess illegal drugs, he hosted the party when he was aware that people were possessing and misusing illegal drugs which were against the law. Thus, he should be punished.
  11. 11. Limitations of Forensic Science Constraints includes Evidences that we could find May be Misleading evidences that are purposely left by the criminal at the crime scene. Inaccurate The lack of technology to trace the identity of the criminal in a short time.
  12. 12. Section 4- Reflections <ul><li>This Crime Scene Investigation course has provided us with knowledge about forensic science , and explains the process of crime investigating in detail. In this course, we play the role of forensic scientists, gathering evidence, doing experiments in laboratories, questioning the characters involved in the crime, and each activity gets us closer to solving the crime and finding out the murderer. </li></ul>
  13. 13. Section 4- Reflections <ul><li>As a group, what we enjoy most of the course is the part where we question the suspects. Every member of the course has questions to ask, and through these questions, we gather more information. We can also see Mr Bill role playing the different characters, which is sometimes humorous. Evidence and researching alone would not get us close to solving the case without questioning the suspects. </li></ul>
  14. 14. Section 4- Reflections <ul><li>In daily lives, we would not get the chance to question suspects in crime scene investigation, and this valuable opportunity gives us the chance to do so. It stimulates creative and critical thinking , which also benefits us in our everyday lives. </li></ul>