Real, Demonstrative, And Circumstantial Evidence

You are the Commander of a crime scene investigative (CSI) unit. The unit is only a couple of months old, and the members of the unit are all new and in need of training from the ground up. The Chief of Police requires you to use your experience to establish a training program for the new members of the CSI unit. The Chief requires a proposal from you on what training you will be providing the unit team.

The proposal will be in an APA format. No abstract will be required because it is only a short proposal on the first training week—but a title page, reference page, and appropriate running header with page numbers are all necessary.

  • What is the difference between real or physical evidence and testimonial evidence?
  • Provide 5 examples of real or physical evidence that might require explanation in court by you because you are the one recording, recovering, processing, and packaging the evidence you recovered.
  • Why is real or physical evidence important for the triers of fact (jury)?
  • What is demonstrative evidence, and why is it used to clarify issues in trials?
  • What is the difference between direct evidence and circumstantial evidence? Explain.
    • What is the concept of overwhelming circumstantial evidence? Explain.
      • Can it be enough for a conviction? Why or why not?
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