View the below video (Discovery: The Forensic Science Lab, September 30, 2017) and the NYT report.
Kaufman, A. (Writer), Johnson, M. & DeBellefeuille, S. (Directors). (2007). The forensic lab [Television series episode]. In N. Merola (Producer), What’s that about? Silver Spring, MD. Discovery Communications. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/liG5CX80a5M
(Kaufman et al., 2007)
Michels, S. (Producer). Roane, K. R. (Senior Producer). (2014, May 19). How DNA changed the world of forensics [Online documentary video]. The New York Times: Retro Report. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/nPVkooi8m9I
(Michels & Roane, 2014)
Go to the Internet and locate a criminal case in which DNA was used to solve the case.
(Provide the link for other students to view.)
Using key terms and concepts from the textbook chapter, the videos and your case answer the following questions:
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