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Important information about Problems with evidence

1. Connecticut State Trooper Glover was working as an undercover officer in narcotics. He and an informant went to an apartment building in Hartford, where Glover knocked on the door of one of the apartments. A man (the defendant in this case) opened the door and in a 5-to-7 minute period sold $20 worth of heroin to Glover. Glov

Crime Evidence Scenarios

1. A young man robbed a woman in a women's restroom at the Washington National Monument. During the robbery, the woman had a good opportunity to see the young man. The woman immediately reported the robbery and described the young man who robbed her. Three days later, a young man (Crews) was improperly and illegally detained. Ph

Microsoft Lawsuit is investigated.

Research the Department of Justice lawsuit against Microsoft. 1. What is the current state of the ruling? 2. What is the next step? 3. What effect has any part of this suit had on Microsoft products? 4. What do you believe the future effect will be on Microsoft? 5. Were the courts consistent with precedent or setting a

Description of Search and Seizure

Two police officers were patrolling in a high-crime neighborhood. They noticed a parked car with two people inside (a driver and a passenger). The officers saw a young woman leaning into the passenger's window and handing the passenger an object, which they could not identify. At this point they approached the car and the woman

Criminal Procedure

A gunman robbed a bank. No one saw him before he entered or after he left. The police soon arrived and canvassed the area. A witness, who lived behind the bank at the time, told the police he saw a car that resembled the defendant's. The witness said the car looked like it needed a new muffler, and he saw it race through the all

Businesses and law scenarios are solved.

Can you please answer these explaining the issue, rule/law, application and conclusion that can be drawn? Thanks. 4. Neil owned a violin that he wanted to sell and Linda wanted to purchase. Both parties thought the violin to be a rare Stradivarius violin. They agree on a price of $200,000. Later, it was discovered

Questions about Agency Law, Partnerships, and Corporations occur.

Can you help explain these by stating the issue, rule, how to apply it, and what conclusion can be drawn for each one? Thanks. 1. Dick Driver carelessly smashes his car into the rear end of another car while driving on a busy street. Although Dick had no way of knowing this, the other car's truck was filled with dynamite

Crime Scene Analysis

How would a crime scene investigator handle the situations below. Please include equipment that must be provided such as respirators and chemical suits or something as simple as gloves and masks. Discuss the manner in which officers should secure a crime scene after assuring public safety, and the policy for contacting other ag

Crime Scene Analysis

1, What are the health and safety concerns at a murder crime scene? 2. How does the initial officer approach the crime scene so as not to disturb evidence? 3. What are the initial steps to collect and preserve evidence. 4. What should officers do to secure a crime scene after assuring public safety, and the policy for c

Agents and corporations are discussed.

1. Whenever the agent's duties to the principal conflict with the agent's own interests: A) the agent automatically is regarded as having breached the duty of loyalty. B) the agent must disclose such fact to the principal, or be in violation of the duty of loyalty. C) t

Multiple Choice questions are included.

1. The legal concept of unconscionability: A) relates to the laws regarding ownership of boats. B) establishes that merchants most always buy at the lowest price. C) usually involves unequal bargaining power coupled with one party's use of this power to unfair advantage

Case study question is solved.

1. Monica owed Bob $500, which was more than a year overdue. Bob got drunk at a party and told everyone there that Monica had owed him $500 for over a year. Can Monica recover from Bob for defamation? A) Yes, because Bob abused his conditional privilege. B) No, because Bob has the de

Multiple Choice - civil law, constitution, Federal Court

1 - One distinction between civil law and criminal law is that: A) civil law can be created only by statute. B) criminal law is completely procedural. C) criminal law is concerned with breaches of duty to society at large rather than with wrongs against an individual in socie


PROBLEM: There have been significant changes to Corporations Law which became effective from 2004. Part (a) Summarise the changes relating specifically to auditor independence contained in CLERP 9 (Corporate Law Economic Reform Program 9). [Hint: An internet search will provide numerous resources to assist you in finding deta

Current problems faced by prison administrators are named.

Today's prison administrator is faced with a fascinating array of challenges. What are some of the contemporary challenges facing the prison administrator today? How would you recommend that the administrator address these problems?

An Investigation of Correctional Systems and Prisons

One of the recent developments facing the public administration of corrections is that there has been an increasing call by public officials and the citizenry to privatize the prison systems in the U.S. Please answer the following: 1. I have been appointed as a public sector correctional administrator and need to make th

Interoffice Memorandum of Law help is given.

Facts: Janet Jones, a 4 year old, was visiting the home of friends of the family, Sandy and John Beach. While at their home, she was sitting on the bathroom counter, not far from a lighted and unprotected candle. Her nightgown came into contact with the candle causing her clothes to catch fire and injuring her. Janet acknowle

Patent Question

1. Should a drug manufacturer that holds a patent on a drug that is very effective for many AIDS patients be able to sell that drug well above its cost of production during the period of patent protection? 2. If so, under what circumstances? 3. Should these companies sell, or be required to sell, these drugs at lower p

Business and the Regulatory Environment are featured topics/

I'm resolving a case about Business Regulation. The case is about a company that failed to show it had effective systems in place to deal with the crisis when one of their tankers struck a reef, releasing 11 million gallon of crude oil into the prism of the blue water on a lake. Over 1000 miles of coastline disappeared. When thi

Taxation law problems are posed.

Problem of Taxation law I need detail answer of these question according to Taxation and legal principles in a range of situation given below in the problems . It is not an accounting exercise what is important is the adoption of correct legal methodology when applying the principles and reaching

Your sister has come up with what she thinks is a brilliant idea for a home-based business - a website which helps lonely people find their perfect match by comparing different singles website services.

Your sister has come up with what she thinks is a brilliant idea for a home-based business - a website which helps lonely people find their perfect match by comparing different singles website services. She intends to link to some of the top dating sites, several alternative ones, and a few regional ones. While she explains her

Company's actions fitting definitions of crime

Do the company's actions fit the definition of a crime? If so, what kind, a felony or a misdemeanor? Why or why not? Articles: - The Department of Justice Has Upped the Ante on Criminal Liability for Employers - Ex-WorldCom Chief Ebbers Convicted of Fraud - Reliant Energy Services, Inc. and Four of its Officers Charged

The International Court of Justice (The World Court)

The International Court of Justice (The World Court), located at the Peace Palace in The Hague (Netherlands), was established in conjunction with the United Nations in 1946. The World Court has two primary functions: (1) settle in accordance with international law the legal disputes brought to it by individual countries and (2)

Betrayal of a client as a lawyer: Moral pros and cons

Discuss a case where a lawyer can save an innocent man from execution only by betraying his own client (who is guilty). What are the moral pros and cons here? Could you give me four paragraphs and a thesis statement, please?

Negligence is debated.

Trotsky is on a business trip, and rents a room at the luxurious Dew Be Us Hotel Complex. The hotel does not have a nighttime desk clerk and leaves the lobby empty all night long. Jacson walks in, takes Trotsky's room key from behind the counter, and goes to Trotsky's room. He robs Trotsky and stabs him with an ice pick. Trotsky