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Question 1081 My experience throughout this course

PLEASE READ FULLY BEFORE BIDING: Final Project: Portfolio Assignment At the end of the semester you are required to submit a portfolio of your written work. This portfolio will contain four items.

Three items will be essays written previously for assignments submitted within this course and for which you received feedback from the mentor. (You may choose from among the following written assignments:

Written Assignment 1, Written Assignment 4, Written Assignment 5, Written Assignment 6, Written Assignment 7, Written Assignment 8, Written Assignment 9.) You should revise these items based on mentor feedback and submit them as part of your portfolio.

The fourth item should be an essay of 500 to 875 words (2 to 3 pages) that analyzes the decisions you made as you revised/edited the other three items in the portfolio.

You should discuss the writing process, improvements in your writing, and your takeaways from this course. The revised assignments will be evaluated based on their organization, the quality of your thesis statements including their clarity, cohesiveness, the inclusion of adequate and appropriate supporting details, and proper mechanics.

The last essay will be evaluated based on organization, depth of insight about the writing process, quality of your analysis of your revisions, cohesiveness, and mechanics

Question 1082 Resume/Cover letter editing

Editing Resume and a Cover Letter. – I prefer someone who is Proficient. – I already have my own Resume and cover letter but I want it to be updated and edited.

I will attach a guideline for a resume and the cover letter that I want to be followed.

Use the proper/latest updated format for legal resume/cover letter. – I want one resume and one cover letter. – I want a standard cover letter that is fixable to be edit later. “more options for different positions” – I will attach several resources that will help you with personalizing both resume/cover letter.

You can change, and be more descriptive in both resume/cover letter but only according to the guideline. – Make the most use of the provided guideline.

Question 1083 ase-Note on R v Secretary of State for International Development

For the assessment, the case-note should be based on the original case transcript. •Please use the neutral citation to find the case.•Ensure that you read the judgment carefully and that you have understood the relevant legal arguments and the responses of the different judges before starting to write your case-note.

Reading secondary material on the case, will also help in your understanding but do cite the primary source (the case) as much as possible. · Your case-note MUST be referenced! You will lose marks for poor referencing.· Adhere to the OSCOLA referencing guidelines. OSCOLA uses footnotes

The footnote should be inserted at the end of the reference to the authority or at the end of the sentence which needs to be referenced. The footnote should be inserted after any punctuation e.g. after the full stop.·

As well as the footnotes, the case note must include a bibliography.The bibliography must contain all sources consulted, whether or not the sources have been referred to in the text or footnotes.

Question 1084 Equity and trust summative

Answer the law question Andrew is the secretary of the South Ealing Tennis Club. It is an unincorporated association. The club is funded by: (i) donations and legacies made by members and former members, (ii) by its annual membership fees, (iii) by collection boxes placed in local businesses, and (iv) by the proceeds of its bar and other social activities.

In July 2017, the members resolved to wind up the club having sold the club grounds to a property developer for a considerable sum of money. After all of the club’s debts have been paid, there remains a substantial surplus of funds.

Explain to Andrew how the courts have traditionally approached the issue of surplus funds in relation to unincorporated associations, and the approach that the courts adopt now.

I have attached a document to help with layout and structure must include references from websites no books. must follow everything correct or i will not accept work must be 1500 words work is about equity and trust law

Question 1085 Ethics and Integrity

Reflective Journal 1: Ethics and Integrity Due Week 4 and worth 50 points Write a half to one (1/2 to 1) page (150 to 275 words) journal entry in which you: 1. Explain three (3) important elements of ethics, morality, and integrity that will relate to your desired role in the field of criminal justice. 2. Complete the page requirement.

The specific course learning outcome(s) associated with this assignment are: Explain the role of ethics and integrity in the criminal justice profession, and the higher standard expected of criminal justice professionals.

Write clearly and concisely about ethics and leadership in criminal justice using proper writing mechanics.

Question 1086 Facebook Live killings

This is a Leg500 Law,Ethics and corporate Governance subjects….It should be completed within 2 days…only 5 pages..no plagiarism..with APA format..

I will provide all the details.. Read the article Cleveland Shooting Highlight’s Facebook’s Responsibility in Policing Depraved

Question 1087 Professional Responsibility & Legal Ethics

Jake is a 25-year-old paralegal at a post-Superbowl party. In attendance at the party is his college friend, Mike. Both guys are enjoying themselves. There were a lot of people smoking marijuana, including Mike, drinking beer, eating pretzels, and just having a good time.

Jake was the designated driver for his friends, so he did not smoke or drink. At the end of the party, Mike said to Jake, “You are a paralegal. I haven’t been drinking at all but I was smoked a lot of marijuana and I’m pretty high. Please tell me if I can drive home.”

In response, Jakes tells him: Oh, I know the Ohio law on this. You can definitely drive home. You did not drink anything and only cocaine is considered a drug for driving purposes.

I am sure the police won’t stop you but even if they do, the law is on your side. Unfortunately, it turns out that Jake was incorrect. Mike veered off the road and ended up driving into a tree, damaging his car.

When the police came, they took a blood sample from Mike and found that he was driving under the influence of marijuana, which is illegal in Ohio. The officers’ immediately arrested him and jailed for 3 days. Later on, points are added to his license.

Mike comes to your office and meets with your supervising attorney, Roberta, to discuss the possibility of suing Jake based on his statement to Mike and Mike’s reliance on it.

Because Jake sincerely believed that what he was saying was true, Roberta immediately rules out the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation. (Note: This means you should NOT deal with the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation or the like!)

Instead, Mike says to Roberta, “Well, Jake isn’t a lawyer. Isn’t it wrong for him to tell me what the Ohio law is when he’s not even a lawyer?” Roberta replies, “Well, I know that it’s unethical and even criminal to practice law without a license, but I don’t know if you can sue someone for unauthorized practice of law.

I’ll have my star paralegal look into that.” After Mike leaves, Roberta asks you to research this question, i.e., whether Mike can sue Jake based on his unauthorized practice of law, and to get back to him with an answer.

Please prepare a properly researched essay to answer Mike’s question. An IRAC-style essay is appropriate for this assignment.

 

 

Question 1088 Juvenile killer paper

i need a 6 pages minimum of APA format about three juvenile killer. i already have two and you only need to choose the third one.

The third juvenile must 13 or under, killed another child and must be in the united states as well. i already have two movies on the first two cases.

Question 1089  Professional Responsibility & Legal Ethics

Jake is a 25-year-old paralegal at a post-Superbowl party. In attendance at the party is his college friend, Mike. Both guys are enjoying themselves. There were a lot of people smoking marijuana, including Mike, drinking beer, eating pretzels, and just having a good time. Jake was the designated driver for his friends, so he did not smoke or drink.

At the end of the party, Mike said to Jake, “You are a paralegal. I haven’t been drinking at all but I was smoked a lot of marijuana and I’m pretty high. Please tell me if I can drive home.” In response, Jakes tells him: Oh, I know the Ohio law on this.

You can definitely drive home. You did not drink anything and only cocaine is considered a drug for driving purposes. I am sure the police won’t stop you but even if they do, the law is on your side.

Unfortunately, it turns out that Jake was incorrect. Mike veered off the road and ended up driving into a tree, damaging his car. When the police came, they took a blood sample from Mike and found that he was driving under the influence of marijuana, which is illegal in Ohio. The officers’ immediately arrested him and jailed for 3 days.

Later on, points are added to his license. Mike comes to your office and meets with your supervising attorney, Roberta, to discuss the possibility of suing Jake based on his statement to Mike and Mike’s reliance on it.

Because Jake sincerely believed that what he was saying was true, Roberta immediately rules out the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation. (Note: This means you should NOT deal with the possibility of suing him for fraud or misrepresentation or the like!) Instead, Mike says to Roberta, “Well, Jake isn’t a lawyer.

Isn’t it wrong for him to tell me what the Ohio law is when he’s not even a lawyer?” Roberta replies, “Well, I know that it’s unethical and even criminal to practice law without a license, but I don’t know if you can sue someone for unauthorized practice of law.

I’ll have my star paralegal look into that.” After Mike leaves, Roberta asks you to research this question, i.e., whether Mike can sue Jake based on his unauthorized practice of law, and to get back to him with an answer. Please prepare a properly researched essay to answer Mike’s question. An IRAC-style essay is appropriate for this assignment.

Question 1090 Juvenile killer paper

i need a 6 pages minimum of APA format about three juvenile killer. i already have two and you only need to choose the third one. the third juvenile must 13 or under, killed another child and must be in the united states as well. i already have two movies on the first two cases.

Question 1091 How E9-1-1 Works

In this assignment you are required to: 1: View the provided material: How E9-1-1 Works (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Text to 911: What You Need To Know (Links to an external site.)

Links to an external site. 2: Do any independent research on the subject that may be necessary or desirable. 3. Produce a reaction paper that meets the academic requirements to wit:

a. All submissions must be typed on a Word document, double-spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font.

b. Put class, name, and date at top 1st page

c. Students may not submit course work from other classes.

d. Papers should exhibit originality, content, clarity, and proper use of references.

e. Papers must be submitted through canvas before or on the paper’s due date

Question 1092  Ethics of Means and Ends

Due Week 9 and worth 50 points Write a half to one (1/2 to 1) page (150 to 275 words) journal entry in which you: Explain the concerning means and ends that you would apply if you had a role as the chief of police in your hometown. Complete the page requirement.

The specific course learning outcome(s) associated with this assignment are: Analyze the ethical issues involved with balancing means and ends in the criminal justice field. Write clearly and concisely about ethics and lea

Question 1093 Drafting a Defence Statement

The instructions, which you must follow, are set out on page 2 of the bundle (document 1). To confirm, you are just drafting the defence statement for the defendant, Geoffrey THATCHER.

Your work should be anonymous, the signature that should go at the end of the defence statement is that of your client, not you. 1000 words.

Question 1093 Crime and Geographical Profiling

Do any independent research on the subject that may be necessary or desirable. 3. Produce a reaction paper that meets the academic requirements, to wit:

a. All submissions must be typed on a Word document, double-spaced, using 12-point Times New Roman font.

b. Put class, name, and date at top 1st page

c. Students may not submit course work from other classes.

d. Papers should exhibit originality, content, clarity, and proper use of references.

e. Papers must be submitted through canvas before or on the paper’s due date.

REACTION PAPER GUIDANCE GOAL: Show that you understand the thesis, main ideas, and supporting ideas in the material you are writing about, then state it in your own words.

Then apply the material to our course work and offer your opinion. The paper consists of two parts: PART 1 Identify all of the “basic information: about the material that you can, including: • the author of the material, the title of the material;

• the topic or subject of the material—for example, “The study of security” or “The concepts of security.” In other words, tell what the material is about in a word or a phrase;

• the author’s purpose or motive for producing the material—for example, “to expose the dangerous conditions regarding national security” or “to show how the government is taking measures to increase security”;

• the author’s thesis statement (might be similar to the purpose, but not necessarily).

PART 2 Write about what you gained from reading the material including: How does this material apply to our coursework thus far. How does this material apply to current events.

What the author is trying to convey in the material. YOUR opinion about what the material says, in your own language. The reaction paper should be no less than 500 words. Double spaced and written to a college level work product.

Question 1094  crime investigation

Read the news article Violent restaurant robberies evoke memories of similar rash in 1996, when 3 workers were killed in 10 days by Adam Ferrise: Violent Restaurant Robberies Please answer the following questions:

What are the pitfalls of not notifying residents about area robberies? How can the lack of notification hinder the investigative process? What steps could business owners take to protect themselves?

Do you believe the criminal justice failed the victims and the community? Why or why not? *****300 WORDS PLS!!!! THE LINK TO THE ARTICLE IS: https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2014/02/violent_restaurant_robberies_e.htm

Question 1095 Field Interview

Project 2—Field Interview: Overview As part of your role as a system-based advocate, you have been asked to assess the officers’ and other community based partners’ understanding of crime victims’ rights through conducting various surveys and individual interviews of cadets that have recently completed the academy.

For your Project 2 you will be interviewing one person in the allowable categories and providing a narrative summary of your analysis of the interviewee’s understanding of the crime victims’ rights movement and the history and evolution of this movement over time.

This analysis will be provided in a 3-5 page paper that addresses the required questions and analysis below. Project 2—Field Interview: Description Allowable interviewee categories: Representative of a victim service organization (can include a victim advocate, case manager, or crime victims’ rights attorney); Prosecutor (within the civilian criminal justice system); Law Enforcement (within the civilian criminal justice system); Judicial Officer (requires that they oversee a criminal docket); or Defense Attorney (within the civilian criminal justice system).

It is important that the candidate you select has enough consistent interaction with crime victims to offer you enough information for your analysis. Following your interview, write a narrative paper that explains your assessment of the person’s work and perspective/knowledge of victims’ rights.

Include analysis on where their perspective is victim centered or could be improved. A large part of this project is for you to see what service providers and system players do on a day-to day-basis and analyze how it impacts their perceptions of victims and/or changes their interactions with victims.

You must include at least five (5) citations to instructional course materials/reading assignments that you have accessed in the course. Incorporating these supportive references into your analysis is key to demonstrating what you are learning in the course and how it helped shaped your analysis during and after the interview. Required information to be included in the paper:

Agency name Contact information for the agency Date the interview was conducted Agency mission/goals Name of person(s) interviewed Type of agency, type/number of staff, and status, e.g., nonprofit, government, faith-based Type of clients served Geographic area served General services provided by agency Challenges the agency faces The representative’s interaction with victims and the point at which she or he comes in contact with victims Agency activities during a “normal day” Required analysis to include in the paper:

The required information is offered for you to use as the starting point for your interview. The following questions should be addresses somewhere in the analysis that you provide in your narrative:

How does the interviewee view the role of the victim in the pursuit of criminal justice (use the specific crime topic you picked in your Project 1) What is the interviewee’s opinion of the efficiency and effectiveness of the prevailing victims’ rights laws in their jurisdiction?

If there are no codified provisions for victims’ rights by statute or court rule, why do they believe no such consideration exists? To what does the interviewee attribute the absence or reluctance of victims to participate in the criminal justice processes?

What is the interviewee’s understanding of crime victims’ rights and the history of this movement? Formatting Requirements: Project 2 should begin with an introductory paragraph and end with a concluding paragraph.

The full narrative should be between 3 to 5 full pages (not including the Works Cited page that references in APA format the five (5) selected course materials you used). The layout should include double spaces, 12 pt. font, with one inch margins that include first line indentation. Please include a Cover Page for your assignment with the following elements: Include your name Course title and number Project title Interviewee category selected Date of submission

Question 1096  Video Critique Assessment

Please view the Forensic Factor videos in their entirety. 1. Create a minimum of 1 page typed Word document which fully answers the following questions:

What made sense in the video?

What was clear? What did not make sense in the video?

What was confusing? How does the video illustrate what we have discussed in the course?

What is you overall impression of the video and why do you feel this way?

videos are: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8VZs9iS0Rg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5thGRqfx3-U https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHTaa72gugM NO PLAGARISM ACCEPETED!

Question 1097 Theft and White-Collar Crime

Bernie Madoff Watch the following video The Madoff Affair, Frontline (55 min.) https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/madoff/ then provide a brief answer to the following questions:

The Madoff Affair Video You may conduct further research on these cases, if you’d like. (Be familiar with the questions so that you can answer them as you watch the video.) (Number your responses.)

1. What is a Ponzi scheme?

2. What is a feeder fund?

3. How did Fairfield Greenwich make its money?

4. Is it customary for a feeder fund to be able to keep all client fees?

5. What effect did this fee arrangement with Madoff Securities have on other fund managers around the world?

6. How did the Fairfield Greenwich fund “take Madoff global”?

7. What was the condition Mr. Madoff imposed on people marketing his investments? Why do you think he did this?

8. When investors received their statements, what responsibility did they have to review and understand them? What signs could they have picked up on to alert them to potential problems?

9. What kind of “due diligence” did the feeder funds, such as Fairfield Greenwich, do? What didn’t they do? Why were they sued by their clients?

10. Starting in 2001, whistleblower Harry Markopolos alerted the SEC three times to the likelihood that Bernard Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme. Why do you think the SEC didn’t act on this information until 2006?

11. After the SEC cleared Bernard Madoff in its 2006 investigation, Harry Markopolos took his evidence to The Wall Street Journal, which did not publish it. What reasons can you think of as to why?

12. To what extent do you think the SEC did or did not do its job?

13. What was the final straw that uncovered the Madoff Ponzi scheme

Question 1098 Vehicle Thefts and Related Offences

Read the below article and/or view the video: Juvenile Auto Thief Article https://www.wjhg.com/home/headlines/12-Year-Old-Accused-of-Grand-Theft-Auto-Will-Likely-Not-Serve-Jail-Time-270560991.html Please answer the following questions:

1. Do you believe the justice system is working? Why or why not?

2. Should the 12-year-old boy (Michael Propst) serve “jail” time versus juvenile detention? Explain.

3. Why do you believe the mother thinks it is the police department’s fault that her son keeps getting arrested?

4. How would you recommend this case be handled?

Question 1099 Courtroom Experience Paper

Courtroom Experience Paper: Each student must visit a criminal courtroom proceeding (in the Superior Court or Municipal Court).

In addition to observing the proceedings, the student should request to speak to the courtroom personnel (judge, attorneys, bailiff, court reporter, clerk, etc.) about their professional experiences.

The paper should describe and compare the courtroom experiences and how these experiences were similar to or differed from classroom discussions, the course textbook and popular media portrayals. The paper should be typewritten, single-spaced, and at least 2 pages in length.

Question 1100 assignment for law

Make sure to cite the case law from the assigned meetings in answering the following cases. Please do your best to use original cases.

a. Describe the Quid Pro Quo type of sexual harassment and circumstances that would qualify as such. Then name and describe one case that illustrates it.

b. Describe the Hostile Environment type of sexual harassment and circumstances that would qualify as such. Then name and describe one case that illustrates it.

c. Which is the more prevalent type of harassment? Do you think one is worse than the other?

Question 1101 Employment labor

ART I The week’s assignment concerns briefing a case from the readings. You can pick any case from the readings. You must pick an actual court case and give the citation.

The brief should concern a legal case that is relevant to the following Week 5 Agency, Employment or Labor Law, objectives. Brief the case. Use the IRAC methodology.

Discuss the: I: Issue R: Rule A: Analysis C: Conclusion The brief is followed by discussion of whether you agrees or disagree with the court opinion and why. Please put this in a separate paragraph.

PART II When the brief is completed and in paragraph or two discuss how the legal concepts in the selected case can be applied within a business managerial setting. In other words, explain how the rule discussed in the case have impacted the industry in past and what you see for the future.

In your answer discuss the positive and negative effect the case law has made on the industry. The paper is a minimum 1,200 words in length. Resources

Question 1102 Marty essay

Part II. Essay Marty, sex (male), national origin (English), works as a welder at Plymouth Naval Shipyard, a private company in Virginia. Marty has worked for Plymouth for 35 years, ever since he graduated from high school.

Plymouth is the manufacturer and repair of naval ships and submarines and employs 3000 employees. When Marty first started working for Plymouth, he was a “top-notch” welder, a real “go-getter.”

His job required him to walk up ramps, climb ladders, and to climb scaffolds to weld the higher places of the ship. Plymouth Naval Shipyard had a policy of not placing any employees on light duty. All welders performed the full duties of his/her job.

In January 2011, Marty suffered a permanent injury to his right leg. Thereafter, he walked with a limp and was required to use a walker. Marty could no longer perform the full duties of his job as a welder. Marty’s supervisor, Frank, allowed Marty to weld the lower parts of the ships and did not require him to weld the higher places of ships. Marty and Frank had worked with each other for a long time and often hunted and fished together.

Isabella, sex (female), national origin (Kenyan), also works as a welder at Plymouth Naval Shipyard. In February 2013, Isabella became pregnant. Isabella gave her supervisor, Frank, a doctor’s note, which stated Isabella should be placed on light duty and could not work near toxic substances.

Frank told Isabella that Plymouth did not allow employees to work light duty. Frank told Isabella that she could take a boat back to Kenya or return when she lost her accent and her Kenyan clothes.

Plymouth placed Isabella on unpaid leave until she was able to perform the full duties of her job. Isabella filed a complaint with the EEOC alleging that Plymouth committed gender discrimination and national origin discrimination. You are legal counsel for Plymouth.

Explain in detail whether Plymouth committed gender discrimination and national origin discrimination. In your essay, include:

1) explanation of all applicable laws and legal theories;

2) facts supporting or opposing gender discrimination, and

3) facts supporting or opposing national origin discrimination.

Question 1103 Employment labor

ART I The week’s assignment concerns briefing a case from the readings. You can pick any case from the readings.

You must pick an actual court case and give the citation. The brief should concern a legal case that is relevant to the following Week 5 Agency, Employment or Labor Law, objectives. Brief the case.

Use the IRAC methodology. Discuss the: I: Issue R: Rule A: Analysis C: Conclusion The brief is followed by discussion of whether you agrees or disagree with the court opinion and why.

Please put this in a separate paragraph. PART II When the brief is completed and in paragraph or two discuss how the legal concepts in the selected case can be applied within a business managerial setting.

In other words, explain how the rule discussed in the case have impacted the industry in past and what you see for the future. In your answer discuss the positive and negative effect the case law has made on the industry. The paper is a minimum 1,200 words in length. Resources

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