Choose any cases and explain it with each of the following 1. The facts that gave rise to the legal dispute before the court. 2. The procedural history and posture of the case; that is, what happened in the lower court and who appealed the decision and why. 3. The issue(s) addressed and resolved by the court. 4. The rule of law that governs the dispute. 5. The application of the rule of law to the facts-in other words, the holding. 6. The reason(s) supporting the court’s application of the rule of law to the fact; that is, why the […]
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA et al. v. HELLER Certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit No. 07–290. Argued March 18, 2008—Decided June 26, 2008 http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/07-290.ZS.html (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. What is the applicable law? What is the legal question? What are the Key Facts? Is there a single issue or are multiple issues involved? What is (are) the issue(s)? Did this case impact precedent (Stare decicis)? If so how? Was a new principle of law created in this case?
Discretion in decision making is exercised by the various courthouse actors. Provide examples of the types of decisions an actor might make, and how discretion plays a role in coming to their decision. Is this discretion good for individuals processed through the criminal justice system? Why or why not? Remember to support your position.
Analysis of the book: NO HEROES NO VILLAINS This book report will be graded on the following: 1) Describe or summarize what happens in the book, 2) Describe how this book relate to this course in any way, and 3) Expand or focus on a particular aspect, theme, or idea in the book that particularly interests you. You may bring in outside material for this if you like. (Minimum of 2.5 pages/maximum of 4 pages) Ø The narrative will be neatly typed using 12 point black print, Ø either Times New Roman or Arial font, Ø double-spaced on clean unlined […]
Indiana prosecuting Chinese woman for suicide attempt that killed her foetus o https://www.theguardian.c om/world/2012/may/30/in diana-prosecuting-chinesewoman-suicide-foetus o Discuss whether Shuai committed homicide or whether it was an accident. o Is a certain time during the pregnancy where feticide would not be homicide?
For this discussion, read the articles in Annotation 6 – Fourth Amendment,“Enforcing the Fourth Amendment: The Exclusionary Rule (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. ,” and Heien v. North Carolina, 603 S. Ct. 13 (2014), and then respond to the following: Based upon your interpretation of the articles, do you think court decisions regarding the application of the exclusionary rule are narrowing its application? Explain your answer in full to support your position.
Identify the five exceptions to the exclusionary rule. Explain each and how it applies to cases. The most common accountability procedure for all kinds of police misconduct is administrative review and discipline outside the courts. Describe the two types of administrative review, and discuss any significant differences between the two types.
The intent of forming a coalition is twofold: To assess the effectiveness of each stakeholder in fulfilling the responsibilities prior to, during, and after the incident. What were the successes and failures? To build a blueprint of appropriate actions to prevent or reduce the severity of another incident of this nature. Successfully building a coalition to discuss the incident requires effective leadership—public service leadership that has the influence to garner the participation of policy makers from each of the disciplines. In this assignment, identify all the disciplines that were, or should have been, involved with the incident. Include the following: […]
.How can “office politics” contribute to workplace conflicts? Identify and explain which particular conflict management processes and interventions might best address certain conflicts arising from office politics. 2.Discuss how critical thinking and problem solving can improve the rational decision-making process for criminal justice professionals. Provide and discuss several examples. 3.Present a well-reasoned and persuasive argument for and against the use of grand juries in criminal procedure. Provide an alternative procedure for using a grand jury or a suggestion on how it can be improved. Provide some recent examples to support your post. 4. Present a well-reasoned and persuasive argument for […]
Within the context of organizational effectiveness, discuss the relevance and importance of the question: effectiveness for whom? Discuss who is the final assessor of an organization’s effectiveness? Why? 2. Within the context of organizational effectiveness, discuss the relevance and importance of the question: effectiveness for whom? Discuss who is the final assessor of an organization’s effectiveness? Why? 3.Discuss the full balancing of interests that habeas corpus proceedings require. Assess the merits of the other interests that also need to be considered, according to the Rehnquist Court. How do you think social change has broadened the interests that must be considered?