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2 Stunden zum Abschließen

Introduction to Genomics for Law

In this module, you will review what genomics is and discuss the relationship of genomics to the law. You will review the basic structure and function of the genome, the vocabulary used to describe its components, and understand how technology has and will continue to influence genomics, as well as how genomics is used in a variety of fields including healthcare, food security, energy, and law.

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10 Videos (Gesamt 47 min), 5 Lektüren
10 Videos
Introduction to the Science of Genomics3m
The Book of Life5m
What is DNA?3m
What is a Genome?, Part 14m
What is a Genome?, Part 23m
The Central Dogma5m
The Evolution of Gene Sequencing5m
What is a GMO?4m
The Science of GMOs6m
5 Lektüren
Syllabus10m
Course Content Experts10m
About the Discussion Forums5m
Updating Your Profile5m
Social Media5m
Woche
2
2 Stunden zum Abschließen

Genomics and Criminal Law

In this module, you will discuss the relationship of genomics to criminal law, how genetic evidence and genomic defenses currently operate in the criminal justice system and explore how fully allowing genetic evidence and genomic defenses might improve or harm criminal law. You will understand how criminal law might or might not recognize genomics as a defense, review types of changes needed in criminal law to accommodate genetic evidence, and examine how changes in the criminal law, to accommodate genetic evidence and defenses, could impact criminal law.

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16 Videos (Gesamt 89 min), 1 Lektüre
16 Videos
Essential Elements: The Actus Reus, Part 15m
Essential Elements: The Actus Reus, Part 24m
Essential Elements: The Actus Reus, Part 34m
Essential Elements: Voluntary Acts vs. Reflexive Actions4m
Essential Elements: The Mens Rea4m
Essential Elements: Genetic Predispositions4m
Essential Elements: Summary of Genetic Evidence7m
Duress and Heat of Passion Defense, Part 14m
Duress and Heat of Passion Defense, Part 25m
Personal vs. Situational Factors and Criminal Defense, Part 110m
Personal vs. Situational Factors and Criminal Defense, Part 22m
Speculation on the Genomics Defense in Criminal Law, Part 16m
Speculation on the Genomics Defense in Criminal Law, Part 27m
Speculation on the Genomics Defense in Criminal Law, Part 36m
Speculation on the Genomics Defense in Criminal Law, Part 44m
1 Lektüre
Genomics and Criminal Law Suggested Readings10m
Woche
3
2 Stunden zum Abschließen

Genomics and Criminal Procedure

In this module, you will explore how private individuals' genomes are in a criminal law context, how DNA is examined and processed in criminal investigations, and examine under what circumstances individuals' genomes are protected from access by the government in a criminal law context. You will also recognize under which circumstances the government has an interest in individuals' genomes in a criminal law context and review the basics of the CODIS STRs (Combined DNA Indexing System).

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20 Videos (Gesamt 89 min), 1 Lektüre
20 Videos
Introduction to CODIS STR1m
Introduction to DNA Structure5m
Introduction to Short Tandem Repeats (STR)3m
STRs and Case Reports4m
STR Variation and CODIS Profiles4m
Exploring Fourth Amendment “Search” and “Seizure”, Part 14m
Exploring Fourth Amendment “Search” and “Seizure”, Part 23m
Exploring Fourth Amendment “Search” and “Seizure”, Part 37m
Exploring Fourth Amendment “Search” and “Seizure”, Part 44m
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy, Part 16m
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy, Part 24m
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy, Part 37m
Speculating on Abandonment and Reasonable Expectations of Privacy1m
When are DNA Searches Permissible?6m
Maryland v. King, Part 14m
Maryland v. King, Part 26m
Maryland v. King, Part 33m
Maryland v. King, Part 44m
Maryland v. King, Part 53m
1 Lektüre
Genomics and Criminal Procedure Suggested Readings10m
Woche
4
2 Stunden zum Abschließen

Forensic Genomics

In this module, you will learn about how genomics is used to estimate ancestry and predict physical appearance or traits in criminal investigations, and review the current evidentiary standards for utilizing genetic evidence. You will also examine the scientific viability of using genomics to estimate phenotypic traits, understand the accuracy of genetic estimates for ancestry and phenotypic traits, review the current evidentiary standards under Frye and Daubert, and identify the best methods to utilize genomics evidence under current legal evidentiary standards.

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19 Videos (Gesamt 86 min), 1 Lektüre
19 Videos
Frye vs. Daubert, Part 14m
Frye vs. Daubert, Part 24m
Frye vs. Daubert, Part 38m
Introduction to Forensic Genomics1m
DNA in Investigations4m
DNA in Investigative Leads6m
Predicting Externally Visible Characteristics, Part 14m
Predicting Externally Visible Characteristics, Part 25m
Predicting Externally Visible Characteristics, Part 32m
Ancestry Estimations, Part 15m
Ancestry Estimations, Part 22m
Ancestry Estimations, Part 33m
Introduction to Race and Ancestry3m
Ancestry and Physical Appearance5m
Ancestry and Investigations2m
Ethical and Legal Considerations5m
Ethical and Legal Considerations, Part 25m
Ethical and Legal Considerations, Part 34m
1 Lektüre
Forensic Genomics Suggested Readings10m

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Dr. Gene E. Robinson

Director, Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology; Swanlund Chair; Center for Advanced Study Professor of Entomology and Neuroscience
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Dr. Jennifer K. Robbennolt

Associate Dean for Research, Alice Curtis Campbell Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology, Co-Director, Illinois Program on Law, Behavior and Social Science
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