Address the following in 4–5 pages:
How will the evidence be delivered to the lab for testing? Explain.
How would you test for the following body fluids on each of the pieces of evidence (explain in detail):
Describe what a positive test for each of the samples would indicate.
Be very descriptive in your examination.
How are the tests for the 3 above body fluids similar? Explain.
How are the tests for the 3 above body fluids different? Explain.
Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.
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On 19th June, my team and I visited a crime scene where a suspect, an American male aged 37 years is accused of breaking into a female’s house and attacking her. In the crime scene, the investigator recovered some substantial evidence that would be crucial in convicting or clearing the suspect. The crime scene analysis indicates a forceful break-in characterized by broken glasses and an open door. According to the possible victim, she heard unusual noise and went to check. Upon arrival, the suspect was apprehended and arrested. Additionally, the officers were able to recover evidence from the crime scene, which might help the investigation course. Among the evidence collected include the broken glasses which have blood stain on them, stains from the carpet and other furniture and a drinking glass. According to the victim, she had left the glass on the rack which leads to an objective conclusion that the person who broke in must have used the glass. The evidence will be sent to the lab for further investigation that can help identify the criminal.
Fluid samples are prune to drying and contamination which would lead to loss of substantial information or tiresome recovery procedures. As such, it is important to transport the fluids in a well-conditioned setup to ensure that samples remain useful by the time of delivery. According to An, Shin, Yang, and Lee, (2012), blood samples or seminal fluids can be used to identify the population group genetic as well as an individual’s DNA in a lead investigation. However...