2 OR SO PAGES OF CRIMINAL CASE ESSAY IS ALREADY WRITTEN I ON

2 OR SO PAGES OF CRIMINAL CASE ESSAY IS ALREADY WRITTEN I ONLY NEED THE CASE OF A CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION AS DEPICTED IN THE REQUIREMENTS BELOW IN ESSAY FORMAT SO STOP BIDDING AS IF I AM REQUESTING A 10 PAGE PAPER FOR $50 THE CASE ONLY NEEDS TO BE ABOUT 2 OR SO PAGES LONG (REQUIRED REFERENCE(S) FOR THIS ARE BELOW) I have done the essay part but for some reason I can’t figure out how to depict what is the requirements to input into the essay, the requirements stated below so all i need is to incorporate the case of an investigation I would like to use Cayless Anthony but any would suffice so basically i just need the case put into paragraphs as mentioned with the requirements below depicting the case then i will incorporate that into the essay i have already written ALSO DOESN’T HAVE TO BE ORIGINAL I WILL HANDLE ALL THE REWRITING JUST MAKE IT LIKE ESSAY FORM The term paper will require each student to demonstrate theirknowledge and assimilation of investigative processes, crime sceneprocessing, and behavioral assessment/analysis theory, research, andpractice, as presented in the readings and lectures. For this project, students will choose a completedinvestigation that has been well documented in the media (CayleeAnthony, Michael Vick, Martha Stewart, O.J. Simpson, Washington, D.C.Sniper Case, Oklahoma City bombing, etc.) and detail the entire criminalinvestigative process used in the case, ensuring to incorporate aspectsof behavioral assessment or analysis incorporating major ideas andthemes outlined in the readings and lectures. Reference: REQUIRED Hazelwood, R. R., & Burgess, A. W. (2009). Practical aspects of rape investigation: A multidisciplinary approach (4th ed.). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. (ISBN: 978-1-4200-6504-6) Turvey, B. E. (2011). Criminal profiling: An introduction to behavioral evidence analysis (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Academic Press (Elsevier). (ISBN: 978-0123852434) Turvey, B. E., & Petherick, W. (2013). Forensic victimology: Examining violent crime victims in investigative and legal contexts (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Academic Press (Elsevier). (ISBN: 978-0124080843) ADDITIONAL REQUIRED READINGS RECOMMENDED READINGS Hoffer, E. (1951). The true believer: Thoughts on the nature of mass movements. New York: HarperPerennial. (ISBN 0-06-091612-5) Kellerman, J. (1999) Savage spawn: Reflections on violent children. New York: Ballantine Publishing Group. (ISBN 0-345-42939-7) Keppel, R. D., & Birnes, W. J. (2003). The psychology of serial killer investigations: The grisly business unit. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. (ISBN: 0-12-404260-0) McCrary, G. O., & Ramsland, K. (2003). The unknown darkness: Profiling the predators among us. New York: Harper Collins. (ISBN 0 – 06-050957-0) Petherick, W. A., Turvy, B. E., & Ferguson, C. E. (2010). Forensic Criminology. Burlington, MA: Elsevier. (ISBN: 978-0-12-375071-6)