Crj 320 assignment 3: the big stage!

 
   

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Points: 200

Assignment 3: The Big Stage!

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Unacceptable

Below 60% F

Meets Minimum Expectations

60-69% D

 

Fair

70-79% C

 

Proficient

80-89% B

 

Exemplary

90-100% A

1. Put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Further, analyze the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Did not submit or incompletely analyzed the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

Insufficiently put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Insufficiently analyzed the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

Partially put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Partially analyzed the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

Satisfactorily put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Satisfactorily analyzed the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

Thoroughly put yourself in the role of a prosecutor and explain the importance of the final report to the prosecution of a case. Thoroughly analyzed the possible impact of poorly completed final reports on the prosecution of a case.

2. Review Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text and specify the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Provide a rationale to support your response.
Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely reviewed Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text; did not submit or incompletely specified the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Did not submit or incompletely provided a rationale to support your response.

Insufficientlyreviewed Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text; insufficientlyspecified the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Insufficientlyprovided a rationale to support your response.

Partiallyreviewed Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text; partiallyspecified the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Partiallyprovided a rationale to support your response.

Satisfactorilyreviewed Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text; satisfactorilyspecified the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Satisfactorilyprovided a rationale to support your response.

Thoroughly reviewed Figure 21.1 “The Use of Evidence in the Stages of the Criminal Justice Process” in Chapter 21 of the text; thoroughly specified the manner in which each stage of the criminal justice process helps to build a successfully litigated action. Thoroughly provided a rationale to support your response.

3. Define a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Analyze the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.
Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely defined a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Did not submit or incompletely analyzed the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.

Insufficiently defined a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Insufficiently analyzed the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.

Partiallydefined a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Partially analyzed the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.

Satisfactorilydefined a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Satisfactorily analyzed the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.

Thoroughly defined a criminal investigator’s role in preparing a case for court. Thoroughly analyzed the manner in which the investigator cooperates with the prosecutor to enhance the courtroom presentation.

4. Differentiate not guilty and acquitted. Give your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Support your position.
Weight: 20%

Did not submit or incompletely differentiated not guilty and acquitted. Did not submit or incompletely gave your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Did not submit or incompletely supported your position.

Insufficientlydifferentiated not guilty and acquitted. Insufficientlygave your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Insufficientlysupported your position.

Partially differentiated not guilty and acquitted. Partially gave your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Partially supported your position.

Satisfactorily differentiated not guilty and acquitted. Satisfactorily gave your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Satisfactorily supported your position.

Thoroughly differentiated not guilty and acquitted. Thoroughly gave your opinion as to whether or not an acquittal means that the investigator failed. Thoroughly supported your position.

5. Predict one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Provide a rationale to support your response.
Weight: 15%

Did not submit or incompletely predicted one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Did not submit or incompletely provided a rationale to support your response.

Insufficiently predicted one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Insufficiently provided a rationale to support your response.

Partially predicted one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Partially provided a rationale to support your response.

Satisfactorily predicted one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Satisfactorily provided a rationale to support your response.

Thoroughlypredicted one to two (1-2) changes that will take place in criminal investigation in the next 20 years. Thoroughlyprovided a rationale to support your response.

6. 2 references

Weight: 5%

No references provided

Does not meet the required number of references; all references poor quality choices.

Does not meet the required number of references; some references poor quality choices.

Meets number of required references; all references high quality choices.

Exceeds number of required references; all references high quality choices.

7. Clarity, writing mechanics, and formatting requirements

Weight: 10%

More than 8 errors present

7-8 errors present

5-6 errors present

3-4 errors present

0-2 errors present