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1) The FBI began using forensic DNA testing in criminal investigations in what year? a) 1978 b) 1988 c) 1998 2) Forensic science is vital forthe smooth running of... a) ... the criminal justice system. b) ... crime fighting organisations. c) ... anti-terrorist work. 3) What is the function of forensic science in law enforcement? a) To make sure that investigators listen to their feelings. b) To make sure that investigations follow standard scientific procedures. 4) Forensic science supports the justice system by providing evidence which helps prove... a) ... someone is innocent b) ... someone is guilty c) ... both of the above 5) Forensic science helps to make sure that the criminal justice system is ... a) ... as quick as possible. b) ... fair and factual. c) ... simple. 6) Forensic DNA analysis helps law enforcement to ... a) ... match fingerprints to a person at the crime scene. b) ... match DNA evidence to a person at a crime scene. 7) Forensic science helps investigators to ... a) ... visualise how a crime may have happened. b) ... figure out exactly what happened in a crime scene. 8) What types of criminal investigations does forensic science help the most? a) fraud b) homicide c) rape d) arson (burning) e) theft (stealing) f) conspiracy 9) What is the main public concern with forensic science making a big DNA database? a) They are worried it will take away our privacy. b) They are worried it will make lots of mistakes. 10) If evidence is not examined correctly what could happen to a criminal case? a) The wrong person could be convicted. b) The wrong person could be found innocent. 11) What could happen if court cases continually convicted the wrong people? a) People could lose faith in the justice system. b) Innocent people may not feel as safe. c) Fear of crime could increase.

Forensics and the law

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