this essay focuses on humanities is historical research.This page also does not count towards the page total. Your paper should constitute a complete legal and factual analysis of D.N.A testing.
The format of your paper must include the following: 1) Typewritten 2) At least 10 pages in length 3) Double spaced with 1 inch margins 4) 12 point font 5) MLA or APA in-text citations for sources The paper must also include the following information: 1)
Works Cite page which does not count towards the page total 3). A cover page containing your name, the course name and the instructor’s name center in the middle of the page. This page also does not count towards the page total. Your paper should constitute a complete legal and factual analysis of D.N.A testing. From the evolution of the concept to its present usage in the Colorado State Court system. This paper is NOT scientific analysis of D.N.A. testing.
While your analysis will include laws in various jurisdictions. The purpose of this paper is an analysis of this testing forma. In the Colorado State Judicial System. At a minimum, you paper should address: 1) . Overall jurisprudence history of D.N.A testing 2). The specific Rule of Evidence which allows this type of testimony in Colorado 3). Reliability of this type of testimony and it’s basis for expert status 4)
A discussion of three specific instances in the Colorado Court System where D.N.A. testing is used 5) . At least three cited Colorado State Court cases where this type of testimony had an impact on the proceedings. Humanities scholars usually do not search for the ultimate correct answer to a question, but instead, explore the issues and details that surround it.
An example of research in the humanities is historical research, which is embodied in historical method. Historians use primary sources and other evidence to systematically investigate a topic. And then to write histories in the form of accounts of the past. Other studies aim to merely examine the occurrence of behaviours in societies and communities.
Without particularly looking for reasons or motivations to explain these. These studies may be qualitative or quantitative, and can use a variety of approaches, such as queer theory or feminist theory