1. How does the rapid evolution of technology change the way crimes are investigated and cases are presented in court proceedings?
2. Advanced technology used in solving crimes has created the so called CSI effect, named after the popular TV program CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The CSI effect refers to the belief that jurors demand more forensic evidence in criminal trials due to advances in forensic and investigative technology that is learned by watching modern police shows, thereby raising the effective standard of proof for prosecutors. Will 3D crime scene capabilities increase or decrease the CSI effect? Why?