Based on the theories you have learned, write a two-page, double spaced paper on the case located below. This assignment is to build upon the theories that you have learned in Module 1. It will help you evaluate your knowledge of the concepts you are expected to have learned at the end of this module.… Continue reading Based on the theories you have learned, write a two-page, double spaced paper on
Is it fair to have a separate legal category for youths? Considering how dangerous young people can be, does it make more sense to group offenders on the basis of what they have done and not on their age?
Caution, this 3-part assignment will be very different than anything you have likely done. Be sure to read the instructions very carefully. Go by the example given. Ask questions. It is essential that you read and work ahead and view this 3-part project in its entirety. For this assignment, you will write at minimum a… Continue reading Caution, this 3-part assignment will be very different than anything you have li
In approximately 250 words, respond to the following: Judicial decisions are affected by various internal and external factors, including legal, personal, ideological, and political influences. Choose one internal or external factor and discuss how you feel it influences judicial decisions, using a specific example. Explain how this might impact people going through the court system, using… Continue reading In approximately 250 words, respond to the following:
Judicial decisions are
Milestone Two – Submitting Your Data Set Compile and present the data that will inform your project. Examples: pie charts, bar charts, line charts, column charts, poll results, survey results, trend graphs, timelines, raw data table, summary table, narrative summary table, etc. Briefly introduce your data, present your data, then write a 200-word explanation… Continue reading
Milestone Two – Submitting Your Data Set
Compile and present the data that wil
In 1803, the Supreme Court of the United States decided the case of Marbury v. Madison, providing great power to judge the decisions of the other branches of government and opening the door to findings consistent with the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause. Preparation Review the following U.S. Supreme Court cases: Marbury v. Madison. Grutter… Continue reading In 1803, the Supreme Court of the United States decided the case of Marbury v. M
Talk about at least one forensic technique or evidence examination that is considered unreliable or “junk science”. It is important to also explain why this type of analysis has been proven invalid and should not be used in criminal investigations.
Explain a police patrolling strategy and analyze the scholarly literature and report the findings?
Think about community policing strategies by explaining the history of the concept, current trends, and future? For the future of community policing, how has technology made it easier or better? Why is stress management important to an officer’s health and safety? What stress reduction strategies can help reduce stress for officers?
School shootings have unfortunately become a common occurrence in today’s society. Students of all ages are affected, from those in elementary school to those at the college level. Suppose that a school shooting had occurred in your community and that the shooter was still at-large. Identify and list important criteria that could be used to… Continue reading School shootings have unfortunately become a common occurrence in today’s socie