1. Hand in a one or two page outline regarding your topic which should include a one sentence thesis statement and a bullet point outline of your argument. See below for an explanation of how to formulate a strong thesis statement.Thesis Statements: A thesis statement is the single, specific claim that your essay supports. A strong thesis answers the question you want to raise; it does so by presenting a topic, your reasoned opinion on the topic, and a blueprint that sketches out the organization for the paper. It is not merely an observation or a personal opinion. A good thesis statement is clear and concise and will include the following attributes: 1. takes on a subject upon which reasonable people could disagree.2. is provable based on objective evidence.3. asserts your conclusions based on the evidence TOPIC: Explain chain of custody rules for physical evidence and why they are important in the U.S? Explain how they work in a complex criminal case for evidence collected by the police?