One Saturday morning at approximately 0900 hrs, a man walking his dog in a public park discovered the body of a white female lying in some bushes. Between the pathway and the bushes was a strip of grass, approximately 2 yards wide. The grass appeared to have been freshly cut and there were what appeared to be drag marks between the path and the body, across the grass and across the earth. The bushes were bordered by a brick wall approximately 5-6 yards from the pathway.
Within the bushes the body of a woman lay so that the torso was fully exposed but the head and lower legs were partially covered by the bushes. The woman was lying on her back. Hanging over the bushes, approximately five feet from the body was a white T-shirt adjacent to which was a handbag or purse. Other garments were apparent towards the feet of the body within the bushes. On closer examination of the body, a pair of blue denim jeans were observed to be partly pulled off with the left leg turned inside out and covering the left foot. The body was otherwise naked apart from a wrist watch on the left wrist.
Fragments of cut grass were adherent to the anterior aspects of the thighs and abdomen. Fragments of grass were present in the pubic hair. There was dirt soiling of the left thigh and both buttocks. There was blood smearing of the left arm and left breast. Further blood was smeared around the nose and mouth. Within the hair of the body were a number of twigs and leaves. There was prominent dirt soiling, but no blood-staining, of the hands and clumps of dirt were embedded beneath some of the fingernails.
Autopsy disclosed that she died of manual strangulation. There was no natural disease. No trauma was identified to the vagina or external genitalia. Toxicological analysis disclosed a blood alcohol level of 300 mg% and a urinary alcohol level of 380 mg%.
1. What evidence and/or samples would you collect at the crime scene? How would the examination of this evidence assist in the investigation of the crime?
2. Discuss the importance of attending the crime scene where the body was located?
3. What physical evidence samples would you request from the pathologist in order to determine whether a sexual battery occurred?
4. What control samples would you require in this case?
Village The Bad Shakespeare's disaster of Hamlet is thought to be Shakespeare's best catastrophe. All through this play Hamlet encounters an assortment of feelings anyway the feelings are depicted in Act III that characterize his character. Village is displayed in a horrible light in light of his managing Ophelia, his mom and the slaughtering of Polonius. In Act III Hamlet's actual identity came through and he was depicted as an unfeeling individual in light of his activities with different characters. Village's managing Ophelia uncovered that he was exploitative and was cruel in the way he talked with her. Ophelia had faced Hamlet about the letters and blessings that he had given her and he lied saying I never gave you nothing (3.4.98). Villa later humiliates her by revealing to her that he once cherished her anyway he doesn't presently. Poor Ophelia is embarrassed and says I was the more bamboozled (3.1.122). Ophelia really trusted that Hamlet had cherished her anyway he is currently denying everything, including the letters and blessings that he gave her. Obviously the manhandle does not stop there. Village advises Ophelia to Get thee to a cloister (3.1.123) so she won't breed more delinquents and afterward reprimands her for acting like a prostitute and painting (3.1.143) her face. Villa censures her truism that God has given you one face and you make yourselves another (3.1.143-144). Ophelia was dampened that Hamlet's respectable personality is here o'erthrown (3.1.150). Village surely showed himself to be hostile and brutal and his activities would offend anyone. Village's retribution on ladies absolutely did not stop with Ophelia. The following lady to get Hamlet's anger is his own mom, Gertrude. Gertrude called Hamlet to her space to attempt and discover what wasn't right with him. In any case, Hamlet had concluded that he would have been pitiless, not unnatural (3.2.370). Villa would tell his mom what he thought of her and would talk blades to her yet utilize none (3.2.371); he would have been malignant with his words. Villa continued to reveal to Gertrude that since she had hitched her first spouse's sibling so rapidly the sky were wiped out at the demonstration (3.4.52). She had hitched such a brilliant man and when he kicked the bucket she wedded Claudius and dropped from such a grandiose position. Villa revealed to her that she stewed in defilement, honeying and having intercourse (3.4.94). Gertrude was so harmed by this that she asked that he speak No more (3.4.103). Village shouted at her to Confess yourself to paradise. Apologize what's previous (3.4.151-152). Poor Gertrude could just react that thou hast split my heart in twain (3.4.158); Hamlet had made her extremely upset. Villa's tone and activities were so alarming and flighty to Gertrude that she inquired as to whether Thou shrivel not kill me (3.4.22)? Village is unquestionably depicting a person that is coldhearted and without soul. A person that has a still, small voice, sense of pride or nobility could never fall back on unnerving their mom. Villa's rule of dread finished with him slaughtering Polonius. At the point when Hamlet had terrified his mom so much she got out for help and Polonius answered from behind the draperies. Villa said How now, a rodent (3.4.25) and cuts through the drapery not knowing who was behind it. This would seem to have been a mishap anyway when Hamlet understood that it was Polonius he didn't demonstrate any regret. Villa was anticipating that it should be Claudius behind the blind anyway when he discovered that it was Polonius he said I took thee for thy better (3.4.33; he thought it was somebody more essential. Village at that point continued to call him a pathetic, rash, meddling idiot (3.4.32). Village just slaughtered a man but then demonstrates no sorrow or regret over his activities. Rather he basically tells the rodent that he got what he merited. Toward the finish of the scene he hauls Polonius out of the room without pride or care. Taking everything into account, Hamlet demonstrated to everybody that he is really a wicked individual with no regard for human life or the sentiments of others. Villa even alluded to himself as pleased, vindictive, goal-oriented (3.1.126). All through Act III Hamlet lied, criticized and slaughtered for his own advantage. These are not the characteristics that somebody of a positive sort would have. The dealings that Hamlet had with Ophelia, his mom and the slaughtering of Polonius demonstrate that Hamlet is a negative power to be figured with which was obviously decided in Act III.>GET ANSWER