300 words min. Make sure to answer all questions. Cite all sources In Alice Goffman’s TED Talk, ‘How we’re priming some kids for college- and others for prison,’ (found at https://www.ted.com/talks/alice_goffman_college_or_prison_two_destinies_one_blatant_injustice or in your Module Six folder) she states that we are asking kids who live in the most disadvantaged neighborhoods, with the least amount of family resources, in the country’s worst schools, facing the toughest time in the labor market, and who experience violence in their neighborhoods every day, “to walk the thinnest possible line.” With regard to these issues, Goffman wonders if we can envision a criminal justice […]
You have just been hired as a consultant by the Department of Homeland Security to develop some potential ideas for technology to assist with homeland security. You have been tasked to think about problems that exist with communication and interoperability, and potential ways that technology can solve them. Be creative and think about ideas that may spark something substantial down the line. You must include the following: Relate the benefits of interoperability to terrorism response operations. What ideas do you have to improve interoperability and communication? To which sector of homeland security might your ideas apply? Would you expect your […]
Question Description Chapter 8 IP: Trademarks, Patents & Trade Secrets from the required textbook. Pay attention to the following: Types of Patents American Invents Act Trademark Act Types of Trademarks and their distinctive marks Trademark Dilution Cybersquatting Legal Rights of Trade Secrets Complete “Questions for Discussions” at the end of the chapter. No late assignments accepted.
Write a 300-350-word paper in which you explain the pretrial process, along with the following associated activities: Pretrial detention and the concept of bail Preliminary examinations Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
When having conflict with someone on the job you should be the bigger person and talk to the individual who has the issue because sometimes it can be a misunderstanding and a simple conversation can solve the conflict but everyone have conflict with a person forever only because they do not want to be an adult at the time . What if you try this and they are not willing to end the conflict – how do you move forward ?
In 1985, Anthony Ray Hinton was arrested for the murder of two fast food restaurant workers in Birmingham, Alabama. For these crimes, he was sentenced to death, and spent 28 years on death row, awaiting the electric chair. There was a problem, however. Mr. Hinton was innocent. “The state of Alabama had every intention of killing me for a crime I didn’t commit,” said Hinton. “They didn’t care whether I did it. They cared about the color of my skin. As the prosecutor said: ‘Even if we didn’t get the right one, at least we got one off the street.’” […]
This work is for Law and Ethic class. I want you to write me a case scenario about Bad Blood. I want you to write the case scenario that contains an ethical dilemma in the medical field which i’m asking you to write about bad blood which is really famous.
Assess the impact that judicial activism has had on American society, discussing specific cases in which the Supreme Court or a lower federal court played an activist role. Why does the Constitution allow judges to play an activist role?
Respond to the following short essay questions . You are to prepare an assessment in a Microsoft word document. Use proper APA for citations and format, which includes using Times New Roman (Font 12). State each topic question followed by your response in paragraph form. Your response to the questions combined should be at least 5-6 pages (minimum two paragraphs for each topic question, with exception to topic question 1 which only requires one paragraph, per subtopic question). Based on the assigned readings, your responses are to be in your own words with minimal quotes. Please keep in mind that […]
Question Description Specific Rules: Unless specifically stated, assume all people named are alive and kicking. Assume for all relevant time periods that Pennsylvania employs the Common-Law Rule Against Perpetuities, and uses the strike-back rule (the one we talked about). Assume for all relevant time periods that a spouse is entitled to an intestate share of 1/3 of the estate if all children of the decedent are also of the spouse; a ½ share if not all of the children of the decedent are also of the spouse; and a 100% share if there are no children of the decedent. Also […]