Final Case Study Name of Student: Name of professor: Name of course: Date: FINAL CASE STUDY 2 Circumstantial Evidence on Scott Peterson’s Murder Case 1. I have selected the circumstantial evidence concerning the Peterson trial. He is accused of having murdered his wife and their unborn child. This case is basically on circumstantial evidence rather than straight proof. 2. Circumstantial evidence is a situation whereby the proof which allows the court to conclude on particular fact from other actual deeds that can be easily acknowledged beyond doubts. Some cases don't bear evidence which can be directly to find physical evidence even though there were rumors that their home had been scrubbed and also had a bleach smell but the detectives did not provide information concerning any scent the night they commenced their investigation (Peterson 1987). FINAL CASE STUDY 5 References Peterson S. (1987). Court-ordered criminal restitution in Washington. Wash. L. Rev. 62 357. Fox R. L. Van Sickel R. W. & Steiger T. L. (2001). Tabloid justice: Criminal justice in an age of media frenzy (p. 79). L. Rienner. Bartol C. R. & Bartol A. M. (2004). Psychology and law: Theory research and application. Thomson/Wadsworth. [...]
ONLY SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!! NO NEW WRITERS!! I need this to be a detailed outline that sets up for a final paper!! For this assignment, select a well-known criminal case and locate at least three scholarly articles from the Ashford Library that discuss the case or provide support for certain aspects of the case, such as a particular psychological theory explaining behavior, a link between a personality disorder and criminal behavior, etc. You may also use websites to explore your criminal case. Provide an outline of your Final Case Study, in addition to the title page and references page. For further information regarding the proper format for an outline, visit the Ashford Writing Center. Each topic or step of the outline should include two to three sentences regarding what will be discussed in that section. This should be a detailed outline with specific information regarding the case that you have selected. The paper must be one to two pages in length and formatted according to APA style. You must use at least three scholarly resources from the Ashford University Library other than the textbook to support your claims. Cite your sources within the text of your paper and on the reference page.