How would the First Amendment prohibition on the government establishment of religion and its guarantee of freedom of religion apply to the following circumstances: Congress passes a law requiring all children to attend any church of their parents' choice every week. The President issues an executive order that federal ed
Do you think jurors should be allowed to ask questions during a criminal trial? What if they ask improper questions such as "How many times has the defendant been arrested before and for what?" What are some reasons?
Is it ever advisable to plead guilty if charged with a felony? What pleas are available to a person charged with a felony, and what is the effect of each plea? How do you think it affects the prosecutor's burden of proof?
What are the details and implications of the O.J Simpson trial? What are the details of the defense and prosecution, and what were the multiple forms of evidence presented?
Locate the statutes related to drinking and driving in the state of Georgia. Provide the proper bluebook citation for the statute and a basic breakdown of the statute, including when someone will be charged with a DUI, the penalties, and also what might happen to repeat offenders.
In regards to the Darryl Hunt case from 1984: The blood type did not match the assailant's; could this be ignored today? Why or why not? Explain. Are crimes still tied together today? Explain. With today's studies, it is realized that most murders or rapes are intraracial, not interracial. Should people have realized that i
A recent event has caused uproar in demands for law enforcement to be attentive to activities that could lead to terrorism or gang activity. Race has been a source of controversy because of the stereotypes and labels put on individuals from certain races and religious backgrounds. Opinions about issues in society are often th
Describe the historical development of police agencies and their jurisdiction. Describe local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Identify and describe choice theories and how they relate to crime. Additionally, list and describe the common models in how society determines which acts are considered to be criminal and how it impacted by choice theories of crime.
It has been argued that the United States' economy is shifting from a manufacturing base to a knowledge economy. What is a knowledge economy? What changes will be necessary for the shift to a knowledge economy?
1. Discuss the role of parole in state corrections today. 2. How does it comare to the federal system? 3. Explain the puropse of parole and how a prisoner becomes eligible. 4. Explain the role of the parole officer. 5. Discuss the pros and cons of the parole system, with examples.
An epileptic is brought to trial for assault. The lawyer argues that her client is not a criminal and that the assaults in questions were psychomotor attacks. She points out that her client takes her medication faithfully, but that it does not help. The prosecution lawyer argues that the defendant has a long history of violent a
Define Terrorism. Provide at least two definitions as provided by various federal agencies. Compare and contrast the two definitions. Why do you think the two federal agencies (you selected) have different definitions?
Please help with the following question. Explain how the Bill of Rights and democratically inspired legal restraints on the police help ensure personal freedoms in our society?
case brief Procunier v. Martinez 1. TITLE 2. FACTS 3. ISSUES 4. DECISIONS 5. REASONING 6. DISSENTING OPINIONS
Describe the factors and important topics the NIJ (National Institute of Justice) study suggests regarding vehicular training program for transporting officers.
Appropriate pre-service and in-service career education and training are essential for security personnel. How are training and education needs determined? Does training help to reduce civil and criminal liability? How?
Policies and procedures play an important role in modern security and law enforcement agencies. Describe 3 common policies that most security agencies incorporate and the benefit of having these policies "in place".
Outline and describe the basics of physical security. Include a discussion on the types of locking systems that could be employed and a description of outer and inner perimeter controls and the roles of protective lighting devices in your response.
Compare and contrast volatile storage systems with nonvolatile storage systems. Which type is better for use in court? Explain.
List and explain some of the advantages and disadvantages of commercial forensic packages.
How does a forensic analyst testify as an expert witness? What are the steps in which the analyst offers explanations of their work regarding digital crime.
Analyze the method of cyber-vigilantism; what are some examples? Is this method successful in preventing crime? Why or why not?
Describe the steps that analysts must follow in order to prepare for an electronic forensic analysis. How do analysts ensure results are from evidence and not from contamination or error? Explain each step in detail.
What is the civil service system? How does the civil service system fit into the overall outlook of the policing and the the justice system? Compare the criteria between the civil service system and police officers.
Describe your hypotheses, research design, and methodology. Identify the types of data chosen for collection and how the data would be used in the study to confirm or negate the hypothesis. Outline the procedures to be used to collect the chosen data. Describe the proposed analysis process of the results from the proposed research. Discuss the possible significance of the proposed research results. Provide a timeline for the proposed research. Outline a budget and identify resources to cover the cost of the proposed research. Complete a commentary reflecting on the project's reliability, and ways in which the research project might be improved upon if replicated.
Describe your hypotheses, research design, and methodology. Identify the types of data chosen for collection and how the data would be used in the study to confirm or negate the hypothesis. Outline the procedures to be used to collect the chosen data. Describe the proposed analysis process of the
What are two techniques that can be used to collect the bullet? Explain the techniques. In your own words, explain how you would collect and preserve both the bullet and the gun. What challenges can you see with regard to collecting projectile evidence? Explain. Can you think of any circumstance in which a lodged projectile
Explain the impact of the Philippine Government continuing its strong support for international cooperation against terrorism, and actively seeking to build a multilateral approach to counter- terrorism.
Discuss the threat to the homeland from biological warfare and how prepared do you consider the U.S. is to handle such an attack.
What impact does Afghanistan have on the world's supply of heroin? What does heroin production have to do with the economy of Afghanistan? How is heroin production tied to terrorism? What would you propose as a solution to this problem?