2011 Promotional Exam: Criminal Investigations 10th Edition Changes Part 2

Continuing to outline some of the changes in Criminal Investigation we check in Chapter 11, Crimes against Children, where the area surrounding Sudden Infant death Syndrome wounds has changed.

An excerpt from our Criminal Investigations Outline:

SIDS research new

in a 2006 study, researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School revealed that his infants that die of SIDS often have abnormaladies in the brainstem, particularly in those areas controlling breathing, blood pressure, temperature, and heart rate. This finding is the strongest evidence to date that suggests a physiological brain differences may place some infants at a increased risk of SIDS.

About Attorney Ronald A. Sellon

Ronald A. Sellon is a licensed Attorney in the state of Massachusetts and U.S. District Court, Massachusetts as well as a Sergeant with a Municipal Police Department and U.S. military Veteran. Additionally, he has taught Criminal Procedure at the Massachusetts State Police Academy in New Braintree and has written a text on Criminal Procedure for police field training officer programs. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, was a 2008 recipient of the Massachusetts Coalition of Police (Mass C.O.P.) Presidents award and holds a Bachelors Degree in Law Enforcement, a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice Administration, and a Juris Doctor Law Degree. Questions related to content material may be directed to RSellon@PoliceLegalPromotions.com
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