Weekly tasks or assignments (Individual or Group Projects) will be due by Monday and late submissions will be assigned a late penalty in accordance with the late penalty policy found in the syllabus. NOTE: All submission posting times are based on midnight Central Time. You are an experienced crime scene investigator who has been given the task by your law enforcement organization to prepare a short presentation for local community college for students who are involved in the university crime scene investigations program. In this presentation, you want to provide them with useful information about the legal issues and constraints that are involved in working a crime scene. The legal areas and issues you will be discussing are as follows: Under what circumstances does the crime scene investigator need to obtain a search warrant before processing a crime scene? What are the exceptions to needing a search warrant for a crime scene? What are some legal issues that might arise from not setting a proper perimeter around the crime scene? What is a mock trial, and how can it be used to develop the presentation skills of the crime scene investigator in the courtroom? You are to formally define and describe these legal issues and constraints that you find as well as inform the students why knowledge of legal issues and constraints are important to the job of a crime scene investigator.