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CMRJ330 - DNA in the Criminal Justice System

 

This course will provide an historical overview of the concepts and theories associated with forensic analysis of DNA for the purpose of criminal investigations. Ethical issues involved in the use of DNA as criminal and civil evidence will be discussed as well as the protocol and procedures used by state and federal crime laboratories. Students will examine several forensic criminal case studies to evaluate the pros and cons of using DNA analysis as a tool to solve crimes.

 

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