Mr. and Mrs. Jacob McAlaster own a small variety store in central Wisconsin. It provides groceries, convenience items, and a limited selection of cards and gifts. They own just the one store and this is not a chain. The majority of their customers are central Wisconsin locals, but because the store is located on a main street, they do serve the occasional traveler from outside the area. The McAlasters’ store does not comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) (a federal statute) because the doors leading into and out of the premises are not wide enough to accomodate a […]
Question Description Please thoroughly discuss each of the following: Discuss what constitutes “professional Misconduct”. As an attorney, when should you or would you report an attorney for professional misconduct? Provide some examples to support your response. Do you think attorneys who get in trouble due to professional misconduct because of addiction problems should be held to a standard that is more lenient, stricter, or the same as other attorneys who get in trouble due to professional misconduct? Please explain. Remember to support your response with a source of reference.
Please thoroughly discuss each of the following: Discuss the difference between advertising and solicitation. Why is solicitation more strictly regulated than advertising is by attorneys? What types of solicitation are allowed by attorneys? Discuss the legal ethical issues with this scenario: Michelle is at her daughter’s soccer game. She works as a paralegal at ABC law firm. She sits next to Kathy, who is watching her daughter play soccer. Kathy was recently injured in a car accident and has a cast on her leg. Michelle asks Kathy what happened to her leg. Kathy tells Michelle the whole story and explains […]
1. In Berghuis v. Thompkins, 560 U.S. 370 (2010) (which can also be found in the Resources link), the Supreme Court considered the position of a suspect who understands his or her right to remain silent under Miranda v. Arizona and is aware he or she has the right to remain silent, but does not explicitly invoke or waive the right. Please read the case. Give me a summary of the facts of the case and a discussion of the opinion, both majority and dissent. 2. It is estimated that about 75% of suspects routinely waive their Miranda rights and […]
Prepare a chart similar to the one in the downloaded file to indicate whether the correlation between Variables A and B were found to be positive, negative, or minimal. Provide explanation and justification for your decisions. Variable A Variable B Correlation: positive, negative, minimal? Number of indoor basketball leagues in demographic area Three college basketball teams and one NBA team in region to spark interest. High demographic of younger target market. Lack of any indoor sporting facilities. High number of indoor sporting facilities. Extremely warm geographic area. Rural geographic setting. High-income geographic area. In your own words, explain what it […]
What is the role of organizational culture within a criminal justice organization? How is it managed differently from a corporate organization? How does organizational culture among criminal justice organizations affect their overall performance? What recommendations would you make to improve organizational culture in criminal justice organizations?
1. The following presentation is intended to help students complete the Supreme Court case essay assignment for Criminal Law. 2. Choose a Supreme Court case that interests you. You may choose any case on a criminal law topic heard by the Supreme Court of the United States to research and write an essay about it. One example is Birchfield v. North Dakota, 579 U.S. ____ (2016) but there are hundreds more! 3. Research the details about the case (answer the 5 research questions: Who, What, When, Where and Why). Take notes about what you discover. Note the sources of your […]
Respond to the stated question, including any relevance to and implications on the field of criminal justice. Be sure to discuss the issue(s) to which the question pertains. Remarks can include your opinion(s), but must be based on experience, research, and/or prior learning. Use this exercise to foster a rich dialogue with your colleagues about issues that are important to the field of criminal justice. During the span of the discussion, you must post to this board on four unique days. Your initial posting must be no less than 300 words You will also be required to post responses to […]
The highest levels of job satisfaction appear to be in the United States and Western Europe. Robbins and Judge (2011) state that individuals in Western cultures who tend to emphasize positive emotions and individual happiness. This may be why employees in Western cultures such as the United States and Scandinavia are more likely to have higher levels of satisfaction. How do you think it develops in a criminal justice setting ?
The persons upbringing in their surrounding areas have a significant influence on the way they turn out, for example, I work in the city of Benton Harbor Michigan, a low income area, people turn to drug dealing, robberies, and gangs to survive, the young women and men do not try to succeed and make a future for them. Any thoughts ?