Read this Forbes article: Nurse Refuses To Give CPR, Senior Dies: Ethical Problem Or Legal Issue? In this case, a nurse calls 911 after discovering that a resident of the assisted-living center where she is employed has stopped breathing. The emergency medical dispatcher (EMD) starts providing CPR instructions to the nurse (who is already trained in CPR), but the nurse refuses to help the patient, citing company policy. After reviewing this case, discuss whether you think the nurse violated ethics or acted illegally. Explain the difference between unethical behavior and criminal behavior. Should she have been arrested? What would you […]
Regarding the case U.S. v. Haynes (1998) 143 F.3d 1089 (7th Cir, 1998), present an argument in defense of Haynes’ conduct. Make sure you back up your argument with a legal and factual basis. Must be at least 250 to 300 word count in APA format.
Glassberg, J. (2015). The ransomware threat. Law Enforcement Technology, 42(9), 33-35. Then, write a case study that answers the following questions: What was the problem? What were the effects of the problem? What is the profile of the hacker? What can be done to protect against the threat? What should be done if a computer is infected with ransomware? What type(s) of cybercrime was/were involved in this article? Does the identified offender fit the characteristics for this type of cybercrime? Your assignment should be a minimum of two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages, and you […]
Question Description The questions in the attachment . Please don’t copy from the Internet. Attachment previewExample question and answer Briefly describe the form state sponsored terrorism may take. Then identify and critique the options available to the US when attempting to combat this form of terrorism.
The history of correctional institutions is well documented. Correctional institutions (jails and prisons) house individuals who are awaiting trial and serving both short- and long-term sentences. Correctional officers are responsible for the monitoring, treatment, and supervision of individuals who have been found guilty by a court of law. For this assignment, we will take you inside a look at the “Most Violent Prison 2016 – Part 1 – Maximum Security” (video source: https://youtu.be/XGyxXGJWA2I). Describe the main methods Sergeant Baldwin and his staff use to maintain order and safety in the prison. Take a position on the effectiveness, risks, pros and […]
1 Please enter the correct citation for the Supreme Court case of George Bush against Albert Gore, Jr., which was decided on December 12, 2000 and is recorded on page 98 of volume 531 in the United States Reporter. 2. Please list all of the courts whose decisions are binding upon the federal district court for the District of Minnesota. 3. From the following sources of law within our legal system, list them in the order of most binding to least binding (assume all involved laws are valid) and explain why that order exists. a. state constitution; b. federal constitution; […]
please give the clear and short answer with each questions.( the requirements is show as the word documents -WA2 ) the power points is for helping understanding the course material . Take care: it is important for read the power points before you start the assignments. I ready get the main ideas for each questions. you need show duty, breach, causation, and damages for questions. making everything more clearly Densified issues to be addressed This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCorrectly stated controlling law for each issue thanks ! let me know if you have any questions .
A minimum of 1,300 words required for the total assignment and there must be three scholarly sources. The references does not count towards word count! Part 1 Prisoner’s Rights (The Impact of Prisoner’s Rights on Correctional practices.) 1. Case Summary In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented. 2. Case Analysis Explain how 1983 suits can have a significant impact on the day-to-day operation of state and local prisons and jails. 3. Case Analysis Why has the women’s movement pursued rights through the courts and not through legislation, ballot referenda, or some other channel? 4. Executive […]
The ability to make decisions is of paramount importance in criminal justice organizations. Due to the sensitive nature of work performed by criminal justice organizations, how an organization makes decisions and achieves effectiveness may be a difficult proposition. With so many stakeholders involved, both internally and externally, the organization and its leaders need to find different ways for making the best decisions possible. For this assignment you have just been appointed to be the Director of a State Juvenile Bureau. The bureau is actively involved in the handling of juvenile delinquents and the crimes committed by them. The state bureau […]