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    Construct a claim of cause essay that establishes a probable cause or effect for a given condition. You may choose your own topic or select a topic from "Suggestions for Writing" #2 or #4 on page 142 of Everyday Arguments. The essay must be 500-700 words and include a reference page APA format that cites at least two sources of information.

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    Today I got a ticket. I should have expected it. There are many reasons to expect to get a ticket. Tickets are citations given to drivers for violations or infractions of the law. For most infractions, a fine is paid. A few violations include the possibility of time spent in jail or prison or both time spent and fines. All are costly to the person committing the offense.

    If one is caught speeding, they can expect to be ticketed for the infraction of laws governing speed on the road. Infractions are normally not considered a crime and penalized by a fine (Traffic Ticket Secrets, 2013). Speeding is usually not an incarceration offense and does not require penalties of large fines, an attorney, or jury trial. Speeding is not considered a non moving violation either and is therefore a more serious type of infraction, though it can be expensive dependent on the number of miles ...

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    The expert claims the cause essay that establishes a probable cause of effect for a condition.