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    Constitutional Law

    THE LAW-MAKING INSTITUTIONS IN THE UK

    This posting tells you all you need to know about how laws are made in the United Kindgom. It also presents all the different kins of laws and explains theirs main differences.

    Ethical Issues businesses should consider

    What legal and ethical issues should a business consider when deciding whether or not to do business globally? How can you compare and contrast between ethical issues in the U.S. and eithical issues in other countries. What method could a company use to address ethical differences?

    FBI UCR Handbook: Criteria for Crime

    Question: What are the specific crimes that are reported as the "Part 1" crimes and what is the criteria used for a crime to be included in the UCR. I have the part 1 crimes I just need the second part of the question. Our professor wants us to log onto www.fbi.gov click on reports and publications and click on the UCR hand

    Amendments

    -discusses at least one case of significance related to three of the provisions of the First Amendment. - evaluate the rights and responsibilities that the Constitution gives an American citizen. - explain why each case needed to be heard and interpreted by the Supreme Court. -discusses how the Supreme Court's decision in

    Miranda v. Arizona

    In 1963, Ernesto Miranda was arrested for robbery and rape. After he was found guilty in a lower court, Miranda appealed on the issue that the police should have told him that he could have an attorney present during the interrogation. In 1966, Miranda won his appeal to the United States Supreme Court. Miranda v. Arizona is s

    Due process clause and 7th Amendment

    In terms of the due process clause of the 14th Amendment, how have the actions of the state government been affected by the 7th or 8th Amedment.

    Human Rights Act

    How did the Human Rights Act affect judicial independence in the UK? Please provide references.

    Fourth Amendment Issues

    While on routine patrol, the police helicopter's pilot notices a field of marijuana growing in Farmer Brown's field part of which is fenced off and the fence encompasses the house. The police respond and relieve Farmer Brown of his crop and put Farmer Brown in jail on drug charges. The police do not need or have a search warrant

    Personnel Handbook - Job Security

    What would you advise a CEO who is revising the company's Personnel Handbook wants to include some language on job security. As the owner of a moving company, it has come to your attention that one of your drivers was recently arrested for drunk driving and lost his license. He has been with the company for several years an

    What are the occasion's police do not need an arrest warrant?

    In most instances police need a warrant in order to arrest an offender or accused. What are the occasion's police do not need an arrest warrant? If a situation occurs in which a police officer makes an improper arrest what can the arrested person do? Does the person have the right to arrest the unlawful arrest?

    CASE STUDY

    The Edmonds Police Department received an anonymous tip contained in a mailed note that Robert Young was growing marijuana in his house. A police detective went to the address. He noted that the windows of the house were always covered, bright lights never could be seen inside, and there was no apparent odor of marijuana detect

    Gender discrimination

    Johnson, presidendt of the First National Bank of A, believes it is appropriate to employ only female tellers. Hence, First National refuses to employ Ken Baker as a teller but does offer him a maintenance position at the same salary. Baker brings a cause action against First National Bank. Decision?

    Forms of unprotected speech are exemplified.

    Choose the best answer to the question. Which of the following is correct with respect to freedom of speech? a. All speech receives the same degree of Constitutional protection. b. Some speech is not protected. c. Commercial speech receives no protection due to its profit motive. d. Most speech critical of the go

    Freedom of Speech is examined.

    Which of the following is correct with respect to freedom of speech? a. All speech receives the same degree of Constitutional protection. b. Some speech is not protected. c. Commercial speech receives no protection due to its profit motive. d. Most speech critical of the government can be restricted because such spee

    Miller v California essay help

    I am having difficulty finding understandable information concerning the supreme court decision Miller v California. My instructor wants a 4 page summary, a 2 page explanation of decision, a 1 page of affirmation ( I do not understand what this is) and 1 page of dissention. This case is very difficult to understand I need as

    Free exercise of the First Amendment clause

    Analyze it in about 4 pages '8x11' pages worth of text. This is like writing an opinion for the court. I am not looking for a legal brief, but a political theorist's take. As a member of the Court, you may concur or dissent from the majority opinion. You may start by summarizing the facts of the case, then discuss the issues

    Sources of Law in the United States

    I've tried to answer these multiple choice questions on Sources of Law in the United States to the best of my abilities. Some I'm confident on while others were somewhat vague. Please do your best to help set me straight. My answers are in yellow {see attachment} 1. Assume that Colorado passes a new law that provides "skiing

    Declaration of Independence

    Would you please concisely discuss what ideas from the Declaration of Independence you see as the most meaningful basis of our law today. How are society's rights balanced with those of the individual?

    PLESSY versus FERGUSON

    IN THE CASE OF PLESSY V. FERGUSON, THE SUPREME COURT A) DID ITS PART TO BRING AN END TO FEDERALLY AUTHORIZED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES. B) UPHELD A LOUISIANA STATUE THAT REQUIRED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES ON RAILROAD TRAINS. C) DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL ALL STATE STATUTES THAT REQUIRED SEGREGATION OF THE RACES D) FO