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Tutor profile: Ben C.

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Subject: Political Science

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Question:

Which branch of the U.S. government does the position of the President fall under?

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Answer:

The President is a part of the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government.

Subject: Forensic Science

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When photographing a crime scene, what are the three standard photographs you should obtain for each item of potential evidence?

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Each item of evidence should be photographed using overall, mid-range, and close-up photography. Overall orients the item to its position in the overall scene. Mid-Range photographs give the position as it relates to nearby items of evidence of parts of the scene. Close-up photographs allow for the close examination of the item and are often used for comparisons (make sure to include a scale if possible).

Subject: Criminal Justice

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When should a person be given their Miranda Warning?

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The Miranda warning should be read when a person is in custody and is being questioned about their involvement in a crime or potential crime. It's important to understand the idea of "in custody" does not only apply to a person who has handcuffs on and is in the back of a police car. In custody may and often refers to the point at which a person no longer feels free to end and leave the encounter with law enforcement.

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