CJUS 360 Exam 2

Liberty CJUS 360 Exam 2 Answers

  1. A computer database containing images of bullets and cartridge cases recovered from crime scenes or test fired from seized firearms is known by the acronym:
  2. Identical twins have
  3. An object falling through space by the force of gravity reaches a terminal velocity speed of
  4. Gunshot residue particles are very small and generally do not travel distances that are greater than:
  5. In forensic science the term “individualization” refers to:
  6. Which of the following containers is most appropriate for packaging a damp rag from a murder scene?
  7. Pertaining to questioned documents, which of the following features reflect the skill level of the writer?
  8. Antemortem
  9. ALS or Forensic Light Sources can assist in locating:
  10. What is a “bifurcation”?
  11. Which of the following markings can be found on a cartridge case fired from an automatic weapon?
  12. Transient evidence, however useful to an investigation:
  13. Types of evidence and information from a handgun that may prove valuable to an investigator may include:
  14. Land impressions are found on:
  15. Genetically identical twins have identical DNA but their fingerprint patterns differ. Answer:
  16. Identify the basic fingerprint pattern type shown here
  17. The SEM‐EDX is used to identify GSR particles by their morphology and the presence of the following elements:
  18. Mitochondrial DNA has no nucleus and is directly inherited from one’s father
  19. The national computer database of fingerprints that is maintained by the FBI is called:
  20. Documentation includes:
  21. DNA is
  22. It is important to have a flashlight available when processing a scene
  23. Which of the following computer databases would you search if you had images of a fired bullet?
  24. Which of the following would be the first step in the processing of physical evidence?
  25. The chemical ninhydrin can be used to visualize latent fingerprints on porous surfaces. Ninhydrin turns violet when it reacts with which of the following fingerprint residues?
  26. Identify the basic fingerprint pattern type shown here:
  27. In the case of Frye v. United States, the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals set forth guidelines for:
  28. A blood droplet striking a non‐absorbent smooth surface at an 80 degree angle of incidence would form a bloodstain with the following shape:
  29. Mature red blood cells contain nuclear DNA
  30. Which of the following would be classified as a Level II fingerprint detail?
  31. A three‐dimensional fingerprint indentation in a soft receiving surface is known as:
  32. Which of the following can be determined by a Forensic Anthropologist examining skeletal remains?
  33. Match the acronyms to the appropriate field:
  34. A drug that is often associated with drug‐facilitated sexual assaults is known by its acronym:
  35. Match the acronyms to the appropriate field:
  36. According to the Federal Evidence Act, all evidence collected during a police investigation shall be destroyed:
  37. When photographing evidence close up one should set the camera setting(s) to:
  38. Which of the following items represent a live round of ammunition?
  39. Match the acronyms to the appropriate field:
  40. The best way to collect trace evidence such as hairs and fibers is with:
  41. Questioned document examiners prefer to work with copies of a questioned document in order to avoid damage to the original material.
  42. Semen stains illuminated with UV light will emit light by a process called:
  43. Which of the following biological samples cannot be successfully analyzed by PCR‐STR DNA typing methods?
  44. Which of the following scientific professions are involved with bite mark comparisons?
  45. When taking photographs of crime scene evidence, dimensional information is indicated by the use of:
  46. What individualizing features may help to identify a particular copy machine?
  47. Identify the basic fingerprint pattern type shown here:
  48. What was Sir Edward Henry contribution to the fingerprint world?
  49. Blood stains often fluoresce brightly when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light.
  50. When latent prints are developed on textured surfaces, an effective way (or ways) to collect the fingerprint is:
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