Research the U.S. Supreme Court case, Miranda vs. Arizona, paying particular attention to the transcript of the oral arguements. Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word summary of the argument of the case. Include the following: Briefly describe the facts of the case. When was the case argued? Which lawyers argued the case for each side? Summarize the arguments of counsel regarding self-incrimination. Why is the case significant with respect to the right to counsel and self-incrimination?
Please respond to each question set in the order in which it appears below, inserting thenumber of the question set as a heading or in the first line of the response to that set. QUESTION SET ONE Repacordy, Inc. is thinking about revising its employee 401(k) plan. When it recently met with Total Investments: Total suggested that after deducting employee plan contributions from paychecks, Repacordy delay investing the funds for 90 days. Total said that many employers use that approach to create a floating pool of income for their own operational costs. Total agreed that the 401(k) plan documents should […]
In the United States, a number of law enforcement agencies, including the Secret Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the Department of Homeland Security among others have taken on roles to fight computer crimes and terrorism. Use the Internet or Strayer library to research articles on the efforts of law enforcement agencies to combat digital crimes and digital terrorism, as well as the roles of such agencies in the future of the combat in question. Write a four to five (4-5) page paper in which you: Describe the overall impact (e.g., economic, social, etc.) of utilizing information technologies […]
The following topics regarding each case must be addressed at some point during the presentation: The background information. Events leading up to the incident/behavior in question; in other words, set it up for the audience; use photos as well as text Who brought the case initially, why, and in which court? The initial decision and the reasoning behind it; which prior cases were used as guidance (precedents) The progression of the case and in which courts, giving the decision(s) and the reasoning behind them as it traveled through the justice system An educated opinion from the members of the group: […]
You will submit a 150-200-word summary [not a copy] of a news story from any reputable state or national news source in print, on radio, on TV, or online. Use Times New Roman, 12-pt. type, double-spaced. The story will be about the intersection of media and the First Amendment in the United States—no stories from foreign countries. Not part of the 150-200 words will be a description of where you found this news item (N.Y. Times, CNN on TV, etc.), the title of the story, the date, and URL, if applicable,although I need to have this info. Just don’t count […]
For this project, you will use the topic and sources that you selected in Unit V. Please explain in detail the issue, current status, and recommended plan of action to mitigate or prevent this threat. Also, develop a plan for post-terrorism recovery in relation to your topic. Please provided detailed information about the topic and supporting evidence for your plan of action. Your completed assignment should be a minimum of six double-spaced pages. You are required to use at least three peer-reviewed sources for this assignment. Reference entries and in-text citations should follow APA formatting guidelines. Your project should include […]
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 […]
Question Description Teamwork and Supplemental Information Teamwork is vital in the criminal justice profession, and that does not change when it comes to the completeness of a supplemental report. For this assignment, compose a discussion of one to two paragraphs, determining two positive and two negative aspects of having other members assist you with a report. Please see this material: https://web.archive.org/web/20170916053326/http://legalbeagle.com:80/5045713-supplemental-police-report.html Plus the rest I’ve uploaded.
Question Description Written Assignment 1 Imagine you are a police officer and a reliable confidential informant has told you that ex-con and previously convicted drug trafficker David Ross is dealing cocaine out of his home.In addition, he has also showed you pictures from his cell phone of David standing in his living room holding what appear to be bags of cocaine while smiling broadly.The informant tells you that the drugs are kept in the kitchen sink, able to be thrown down the garbage disposal and destroyed at a moment’s notice.The informant also tells you that Jojo is usually armed with […]
analyze factors influencing the development of the American juvenile justice system. Understanding the factors that have influenced the juvenile justice system will give you a better idea of where the juvenile system is today and why. In an 8- to 10-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation: Analyze factors influencing the development of the American juvenile justice system. Summarize the beginning of the juvenile era. Include information detailing the earliest known juvenile laws. Discuss the Illinois Juvenile Court Act of 1899 and elaborate how this legislation impacted the juvenile justice system. Define and discuss how parens patriae relates to the juvenile justice system. […]