Debate the following statement: The United States Supreme Court recently held that if police fail to knock and announce then whatever evidence they seize will not be subject to the exclusionary rule. Does that mean police no longer need to knock and announce before entering a dwelling?
Please provide help with the following questions: 1. Provide a historical description of Victims' Rights and explain how Victims' Rights are considered today? 2. What organizations helped facilitate the U.S. Legislature and the President to move on improving rights of victims? 3. What is you opinion of the current state
Some people argue that sentencing should be done as retribution to an offender while others insist sentencing should be done to rehabilitate the offender and return him or her to society. Select one of the two positions and make an argument for or against it.
Identify rules that apply to the development of a jury and identify and describe specific landmark court cases that were used to establish rules you identify. What do you believe the future holds for the jury system used in the United States?
There are occasional instances in which no clear line separates acceptable behavior from that which is unacceptable. 1. Discuss briefly the ethical issues involved with the use of lying and deception to further the goals of the justice process, and the possible uses of deception within the criminal justice system. 2. As a
You are a sergeant with the local police department's patrol division. During your shift a female officer asks if she can speak in private with you about a sensitive subject. You reply yes, and then go into your office, where the female officer begins to relay to you the results of a recent conversation that she had recently wit
You are a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration. You have been asked by your supervisor to prepare an informational summary that will be included in the Congressional record during hearings on narcotics trafficking into the United States. Please help me with these questions: 1. Using the Library and othe
You have just been appointed as the new court administrator for a medium sized court system with approximately 75 employees and five full time courts. This is a new position for the courts, as in the past each individual court has primarily managed itself, except for the employee hiring process, which was completed through the C
Research the internet and find three instances in which there was police misconduct. This may be an instance in which the police were in violation of rules or procedures mandated by the police department, an instance of criminal misconduct, or an example of unlawful use of force against a citizen. Briefly give a summary of the t
Discuss these three types of management styles (Scientific Management, Human Relations Management, and Systems Management). Which style do you believe would be the most effective to use in the criminal justice system? What are disadvantages of the other two management styles? Should all three components (police, courts, and corr
A bank representative closes the bank vault at night before going home. Unknown to the bank representative, a customer was inside auditing their safety deposit box with the permission of a bank teller. Everyone goes home and the bank representative forgets to look inside the vault before closing it. The bank vault is closed
Victims of crime within controlled populations represent specific vulnerabilities to attack. 1, Describe prison violence, school violence, campus violence, and workplace violence. 2. For each, discuss the most logical approach you believe would lower victimization rates. 3. Defend your position for each. Please help
What specific criminal act described within the context of victimless-crime do you feel comes closest to fitting the definition of being truly victimless? Why?
Compare and contrast the merits of a Victims Rights Amendment to the US Constitution. Legitimate arguments have been waged on both sides of this issue conduct research and discuss findings and approaches which will help yield a balanced presentation both in support of the amendment and against it.
1. As a criminal justice professional, what do you feel is most important when studying victims of prison violence, school violence, campus violence, and workplace violence? 2. Should we look at how they are similar or should we address the manner in which each person was victimized?
A. Analyzing Statistical Surveys and their results? 1.Who is conducting the survey 2. Where is the sample population coming from, do they represent the rest of the population? 3.What environment were the questions asked? 4. Who asked them? 5. How were they asked (personally, paper, computer)? 6.What were the specif
What can be done to change the incidence of hate-crime? Is there one context of hate-crime that would be easier to address than others? Why? Use citations, as necessary, to support your position.
Discuss in detail how terrorism creates "indirect" victims. Include a discussion of the terrorist as victim. Please include references and two articles on terrorism.
25. If admissions are not answered within 30 days: a. They are deemed admitted b. The judge dismisses the case c. An extension is automatically granted d. None of above 26. Correspondence should be place in a file: a. Chronologically, with the latest date on top b. By author c. By recipient d. Chronologically with the
1. Careless Review and screening of material by a paralegal may result in: a. A serious breach of ethics b. The unethical manufacturing of evidence c. Revelation of a clients secrets d. All of the above e. A and C only 2. Depositions vary from the scope most other discovery devices because: a. They are not limited to th
List some of the common ways to identify an individual who is a victim of domestic violence. Explain how to effectively approach a situation in which a person you encounter is a victim of this crime. Support your position with evidence, research, and/or data. (List citations as necessary.)
Discuss in detail how the context of domestic violence may be preventable from the perspective of the victim or potential victim and how that might be accomplished. You should include multi-disciplinary (i.e., police, courts, and other agencies) perspectives and use summary research data. Use the Library and other relevant websi
List a minimum of 4 contexts of predatory crime and develop a brief description of what is involved in each. Discuss in detail how the different contexts of predatory crime may be preventable from the perspective of the victim or potential victim, and how that might be accomplished. Research and find resources and examples that
Why is the concept of victim precipitation so controversial? Do you feel the concept is adequately supported by evidence?
1. Your supervisor at your place of employment asks you to host a WebEx GoToMeeting to fulfill a job related task. You are given login credentials which WebEx issued to your supervisor. You have been instructed to use those credentials from your company-issued desktop computer. The license for the GoToMeeting requires the "a
What do you think has more effect on a person's inclination to abuse drugs: social factors or psychological factors? Support your answer with evidence.
Discuss in detail the three contextual relationships between drug use and crime using examples from the newspapers, internet, or other professional or public journals. Your conclusion should include a comparative analysis of these relationships from your perspective, indicating which one invokes the greatest social threat.
I am working on a graduate level paper about using "Discriminate Analysis and other models" in Bankruptcy prediction and having trouble understanding the basic concepts of the overall nature of this assignment. I understand that it involves comparing statistical analysis but most of my research on "discriminate analysis" is taki
Discuss the impact of cultural diversity on law enforcement practices. Identify and discuss trends in diversity in relation to the court and prison systems.
Do you agree or disagree with the argument that crime seriousness and prior criminal records are not legally relevant variables? Use references to support your answer. I need some ideas and suggestions. Thank you.