This crime happened in 2016. A 31 year old man killed his 61 year old boyfriend. He left a trail of evidence including blood all over the apartmentbloody footprintsand knives. He also left the decomposing body in the bath. This trial ended in 2019 where he was charged with 20 years in prison.
Write an essay describing the crime.
After your topic has been approved by your instructor write between 600 and 1200 words detailing the crime. You should include your name(s) at the top followed by a title for your paper. Put the link or a citation of the source information at the end. If you do not have a link, then you should cite the source using the following format:
article author(s) [if provided]. year. article title. Miami Herald. date. page(s).
Your name(s), title and citations do not count towards the total word count. Also, put the total word count at the top right as follows: “total words: ____.”
If you are submitting this as a pair, write both of your names at the top. Only one needs to submit it. You will both receive the exact same grade on this assignment. If your partner is submitting the essay, ensure that they submit it properly and on-time.
When writing the essay, do the following:
1. Include a very brief introduction with background relevant to understanding the crime.
2. Spend a significant amount of time discussing the forensic evidence used in the investigation & prosecution of the crime. This can be evidence used to convict or exonerate a defendant. If there are multiple pieces of relevant evidence, focus on one or at most two main pieces. You are better off discussing one piece in detail than two or three too flippantly.
a. Discuss the theory behind the evidence. For example, how is it that we can identify someone’s height based on the length of bones or how we can use blood spatter to determine the source of blood and its speed? What is the science behind those things and how was it relevant to this case?
b. You should also discuss how the evidence applied directly to this case.
3. Briefly summarize the evidence as it related to the outcome of the case. If there were some problems you identified (e.g., the evidence was applied incorrectly or too broadly), this would be the time to explain that.
You should try to be succinct and clear in your writing. Ask someone else to read it for you. It is also helpful to read the paper aloud to yourself to hear where you’ve made mistakes.
Grading Rubric for Distribution Requirements/General Education Assignment
Points = 5
Points = 4
Points = 3
Points = 2
Points = 1
The purpose of the paper is clear. The reader clearly understands the concept of the paper and the significance of the data provided.
The purpose of the paper is sufficiently clear. The reader adequately understands the concept of the paper and the significance of the data provided.
The purpose of the paper is somewhat clear. The reader doesn’t fully understand some concepts of the paper and the significance of the data provided.
The purpose of the paper is not clear. The reader has minimal understanding of the concepts of the paper and the significance of the data provided.
The purpose of the paper is vague. The reader has no understanding of the significance of the information provided.
Written communication, spelling and grammar
Writing is excellent, word usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation is excellent.
Writing is adequate sufficient use of wording, grammar and punctuation, very few errors.
Writing is satisfactory, average use of wording, grammar and punctuation, several errors.
Writing is below average, insufficient use of wording, grammar and punctuation, many errors.
Writing is poor, too many deficiencies in word use, grammar, punctuation and presentation.
Factual relevance and correctness of scientific observations
Scientific facts and observations are present, relevant and correct as stated.
Scientific facts and observations are present and mostly relevant and correct.
Scientific facts and observations are satisfactory but several are irrelevant or incorrectly stated.
Very few scientific facts or observations are present or correctly stated.
No relevant scientific facts or observations are present or correctly stated.
Scientific methods and organization
Methods are defined explicitly using appropriate scientific terms. Organization is clear and logical. All issues are addressed thoroughly.
Methods are defined adequately. Organization is clear and logical but some issues are not addressed thoroughly.
Methods are defined satisfactorily. Organization is not as clear or logical and several issues are not addressed thoroughly.
Methods are not well defined. Organization is not very clear or logical and most issues are not addressed thoroughly.
Methods are not defined. Organization is neither clear nor logical.
Statement of concepts
Concepts are clearly stated and expressed thoroughly; analysis is logical and complete.
Concepts are stated and expressed adequately; analysis is mostly logical and complete.
Concepts are stated but not expressed thoroughly; analysis is logical but flawed in some places.
Concepts are minimally stated and not expressed thoroughly; analysis is not logical and flawed throughout.
Concepts are not stated or are unclear; analysis is absent.
Refer to the syllabus posted online as a guideline.
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