Criminal Justice Research Paper

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Niquita Murdock September 8, 2010
English Class The field of Criminal Justice has so many different career paths that anyone can succeed in and it’s for that reason I have picked the Forensic Science path to explore. There are a number of reasons why I have chosen to explore and get an education in this career. The specialization of Forensic Science within the Criminal Justice is right for me because I feel that families should have closure, I feel that people who don’t deserve to be in prison should have a fair trial, I like watching crime shows all the time, and last but not least it’s a more challenging field of work and I love
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When they are dusting for fingerprints and other types of prints they must take the brush and slowly sweep it across the surface. But the trick is when they slowly sweep it they must be gentle with it. While I was reading an article called the “Science Letter” the one who wrote the article clearly stated that one must have not have just a fair amount but an excellent amount of patience to do this type of work in this field (Science Letter p.987.) The reason I have picked this career path to get a further and better understanding of what a forensic scientist does is because I like a challenge, I believe everyone has a right to a fair trial, I feel that everyone needs closure in their life from losing a loved one or a friend, and I love watching crime shows even if they are real or fake. There are still some things that I haven’t learned about a forensic science that I am hoping to learn in my college education years. But that’s all I have to say for now.

Work Cited Page:
Kirsch, Laura. "Heating up cold cases: unsolved." The Forensic Examiner 15.2 (2006): 34+. Criminal Justice Collection. Web. 7 Sept. 2010.
CSI: REALITY. By: Houck, Max M., Scientific American, 00368733, Jul2006, Vol. 295, Issue 1
The Forensic Examiner 17.1 (Spring 2008): p82 (1). (965 words)
Science Letter (August 10, 2010): p987. (307