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    Evidence is the means by which the court is informed of the facts on dispute between the parties, as set out in their pleadings. Upon that evidence, the court decides the issues of fact. The four main types of evidence available to prove the facts in issue are documentary evidence; evidence of witnesses of fact; evidence of expert witnesses; and real evidence. Documentary evidence is produced in almost every civil action. The public documents such as birth, marriage, or death certificates. The private

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    Pattern Evidence Analysis

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    Pattern evidence can be defined as evidence which can be studied from a specific pattern. It can also be classified as the additional identifiable information from markings produced when two objects come into contact with each other. (The National Institute of Standards and Technology, 2013) Examples of pattern evidence include fingerprints, shoeprints, tire threads, firearms and bloodstains. Pattern analysis such as analysing of handwriting are also part of pattern evidence. The analysis of pattern

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    Type Of Forensic Evidence

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    one type of physical evidence such as fingerprints, shoe marks, blood, et cetera. Your assignment has to be in four parts: 1. Define the chosen type of evidence. (600 words) 2. Research the historical development of this type of evidence. (750 words) 3. Explain its evidential value - specific characteristics - why it is unique - what makes it distinct, how it is examined and how the result is interpreted. (900 words) 4. Explore jurisprudence related to this type of evidence and highlight the legal

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    from the forensic evidence found. In the passage, “Forensic Science: Evidence, Clues, and Investigation” by Andrea Campbell, forensic evidence is explained to be the most important evidence to present at trial. Forensic evidence are things like “fingerprints, body fluids, and bullets” (paragraph one). Forensic evidence is the evidence that’s found at the scene of a crime. In paragraph two, it says, “after police have secured the site, criminal investigators collect physical evidence. Their findings

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    multiple ways investigators can gather their evidence. Testimonies, direct evidence, circumstantial, and even physical evidence; theses are all different yet effective types of evidence investigators can use. Although none of these methods are incorrect ways of collecting evidence, in “Forensic: Evidence, Clues, and Investigation” by Andrea Campbell, she states that forensic evidence is the most important and useful. Forensic evidence and physical evidence are the same thing. It is the physical characteristics

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    Evidence used in Karen Cranky Murder Case Forensic Evidence is the analysis of chemical evidence, which can be used as vital evidence in a crime investigation. The principles of forensics involve the Locard’s Exchange Principle, which is that a criminal will bring something and take something from the crime scene which can be used as forensic evidence. Forensic evidence is usually examined by a forensic orthodontist There are two types of forensic evidence used in the Karen Cranky Murder Case which

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    Evidence-based psychiatric practice(EBPP) Evidence-based psychiatric practice (EBPP) is a broad term referring to clinical practice that is informed by evidence about interventions and considers patient needs, values, and preferences and their integration in determining individual care. EBPP uses evidence-based medicine (EBM) to assess the quality of evidence relevant to the risks and benefits of treatments (including lack of benefit). According to the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, “Evidence-based

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    Definition and History of Evidence-Based Practice In the field of nurse anesthesia there are always clinical advances and an explosion of new information. So how does an anesthesia provider put all this new knowledge to good use in a clinical setting? Historically, nursing programs and medical schools have taught students to base their clinical decisions on expertise, experience, or single-sourced literature instead of a careful systematic review of all the available evidence (Pellegrini, 2006).

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    Deb Kanya Initial Post Polit & Beck, (2012) describe Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) as an integration of clinical expertise, patient values, and the best research evidence. One of the more challenging aspects of EBP is the actual research on a particular topic. The fact is there is a multitude of journals and reviews etc. on any given subject; for this reason it is imperative that one knows how to conduct a proper search for pertinent information. Due to the complexity of literature searches and

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    Evidence-Based Practice Application The practice of nursing has changed over the years from a task-oriented job to a science-based profession (Brown, 2013). With this change, research studies have become a pivotal part of the nursing profession, providing the information that is used to expand, improve, and generate new nursing knowledge (Brown, 2013). Evidence-based practices (EBP) in nursing are based on the best available research data generated from these studies (Weng et al., 2013). An example

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    killing two men, injuring one and attempted murder on March 1, 1895. Charged with murder and sentenced to death, Valentine’s Lawyer St. Pierre argued that he suffered from insanity, such as his inability to distinguish right from wrong. There was evidence from Shortis's friends, family, and neighbours who claimed that Shortis was arrogant and mischievous person. According to Friedland, the crown (Macmaster) stated that “he did many eccentric, rash and even

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    American society, yet he doesn’t provide substantial evidence in order to argue his point. In his article, he goes out of his way to show how bad public schools are, but only uses his personal experience instead of actual facts to back up his points. Throughout his whole article, he shows multiple mistakes that proves his opinion to be inconclusive. Gatto claims that schools are harmful to American society, yet he doesn’t provide substantial evidence in order to argue his point. Gatto cited sources that

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    sense that Callarman is arguing against? Perhaps Callarman believed that Chris lacked the ability to perceive, understand, and judge a topic, issue, or subject. Evidence found in Chris’s journal, acquaintance 's accounts, and the preparation taken all conflict heavily with Callarman’s statement. Perhaps the most critical piece of evidence suggesting that Chris was not actually crazy, but was actually trying to prepare for the expedition can be found in an account by Gaylord Stuckey. Stuckey was one

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    countless times to justify behavior or simply to avoid unflattering questions. Authors and characters are guilty of this as well. “The Crucible” and “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” include evidence that individuals use religion as justification to prey on other’s fears and insecurities, to use as evidence to explain an occurrence or phenomenon, or to pass judgement on another person because Miller wishes to shed light on the manipulation of ideas and religion, and Edwards wishes to persuade his

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    beat Algernon, his mouse-partner. That evidence displays Charlie’s type of trait, he does contribute to the society by showing that the surgery does work (after a few days). A point to show that Charlie Gordon’s identity, while he has a high IQ, still does help the society is found in progress report 11- July 4: “I am sending you a copy of my report entitled, “The Algernon-Gordon Effect: A Study of Structure and Function of Increased Intelligence.” This evidence reveals that Charlie is really sad about

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    Body Paragraph 1 Topic Sentence (A): In Desiree’s Baby, sexism was shown when Desiree did not have power to go against her husband’s opinion and to approach him about his behavior. Textual Evidence (X): “Then a strange, an awful change in her husband’s manner, which she dared not to ask

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    Do you like suspenseful, action packed books? If you throw a secret intelligence agency then I have a good one for you. This marvelous novel is called The Killing by Robert Muchamore. The Killing is unique because it offers consistent action and plot twists which are not common in other action books that I have read. C.H.E.R.U.B. is off-branch of MI5, but there 's one catch all of the agents are kids under eighteen. Agents deal with a whole plethora of things it could be anything from terrorists

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    First, it both featured a well-experienced, well-respected lawyer, who knew who to win a case and had great evidence that proved their innocence that should have led to their freedom but lost due to the prejudice of the jury. Next, it also revealed that the women white who accused the black men of rape was lying and made this lie up to deflect the blame for their

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    Discourse Community Essay

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    join in their discourse communities to learn about their world. As we know Sarah has no clue about Adnan, the key to open Adnan’s world is contacting with his family, friends, teachers and others who know him. Therefore, I want to test one of the evidences that I list above is Sarah meets and interviews people in Baltimore who come from different discourse communities. According to Adnan’s friends, “He was an honor roll student, volunteer EMT. He was on the football team. He was a star runner on the

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    The Challenge of Scepticism -The Dream Argument. Descartes’ ‘Dream Argument’ suggests that we can never really trust our senses to tell the difference between the dream world and reality. In Descartes’ Meditations of First Philosophy (Descartes, 1641), he states he has dreamt he was; “in this particular place, that I was dressed and seated by the fire, whilst in reality I was lying undressed in bed!” (Descartes, 1641) This suggests that in his dream, he believed he was awake when in actual fact

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