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Evaluation- example Essay

Evaluation- example Essay

 

You are to write an Example Essay. This kind of essay requires you to select a topic for an essay and write about it by defining it and then providing more information through scenarios and examples. For instance, if you choose to write About muscle cars, you would define cars in general, describe regular cars and muscle cars and give examples of muscle cars. As the ending, you could explain what made muscle cars so special or so memorable.Basically you will will evaluate the topic as to whether It is good or or better compared to other things in the same category.

Remember that you are not to use personal pronouns in this or your other essays. Be sure to choose a topic that fits, such as comfortable shoes, fast cars, romantic movies, etc. The length must be a minimum 650 words. Also, you Must include at least one source which is cited in your essay and listed on your Works Cited page

Choose from one of the following topics:

Select an actor/actress and evaluation his/her performance in several movies.

Legal alcohol laws work as they were designed to do.

Gender specific schools are very successful.

Krispy Kreme donuts are the best.

The I-Phone is better than the Android phone.

use MLA format

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According the articlepage58write the analystcase

According the articlepage58write the analystcase

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CriteriaRatingsPts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeCaption and CitationFull Case Caption and Citation provided2.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAction StatementAction Statement accurately represent the action in the case2.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIssue StatementIssue Statement properly states the legal issue in the case2.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOpinion of the CourtLegal conclusion clearly states the opinion of the court and dissent2.0 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFactsFacts adequately represent the relevant facts related to the legal issue in the case2.0 pts

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Criminology

Criminology

 

You must utilize textbook Criminology:The Core, Author Larry J. Siegel 6th Edition plus at least one academic outside sources

Choose ONE question:

Chapter 8

  1. There has been a lot of talk about the middle class in America shrinking. Many individuals are getting poorer, while a small minority are getting richer. How does this phenomenon impact crime from the perspectives of instrumental theory and structural theory? Please validate the source of the population shifts in your response.
  2. Domestic violence has only been considered a serious crime since the 1970s, and full implementation of those laws has taken even longer. How does critical feminist theory explain the failure to fully protect women from domestic violence?
  3. What if you are the victim of theft? Would you ask for incarceration, re-integrative shaming, or restorative justice? Explain your choice. What if you are the victim of embezzlement? Would your answer be different? Why or why not?

Chapter 9

  1. Read the opening vignette on pages 276 and 277 of the textbook. Then, ask students to discuss how family dysfunction contributes to crime. What other factors contribute to crime? Should any or all of these factors be given more weight in sentencing decisions?
  2. Should young children who have “delinquent traits” should be monitored more closely, even though they have not actually committed crimes? Would such monitoring create a self-fulfilling prophecy? Why or why not?
  3. Read the “Thinking Like a Criminologist” section on page 290 in your textbook (edition 6). What if you were the judge in this case: Should Sampson receive the death penalty or a sentence of life in prison? Do you believe that Sampson’s crimes were a product of his impaired development, and if so, should his life be spared

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Write a four to five page paper?

Write a four to five page paper?

Using The Other Slavery book, write a four to five page paper that addresses one of the following prompts:

  1. What goals did the Crown hope to achieve with the New Laws? In theory, how were the New Laws going to fulfill these goal?
  2. What factors allowed Indian slavery to continue despite such laws? Why was enforcement insufficient?
  3. Indians often resisted enslavement by turning to the courts or to armed rebellion. What factors may have determined which path Indians chose?

Guidelines

  • You may use lecture notes for context (no need to cite lecture). Do not use any other sources (books, internet, etc.).
  • Submit paper to Canvas by Friday September 14h before class time.
  • NO LATE PAPERS ACCEPTED. Failure to submit paper on time will result in an F for the class.

Format

  • Paper needs to four full pages minimum and five pages maximum.
  • Double space, one-inch margins all around, 11 or 12-point font.
  • Put your name and the date (single-spaced) in the top left-hand corner of the first page only.
  • Place your paper’s title in 14-point font on the top of the first page. Think of a title that reflects your paper’s argument.
  • Eliminate the extra space between paragraphs (in “Format,” choose “paragraph,” and check box that says “Don’t add space between paragraphs of same style.”
  • No cover sheet.
  • Number every page on upper right-hand corner.

Spelling and Grammar: One point will be deducted for each spelling and grammar mistake.

  • In Spelling and Grammar Preferences in Micro Soft Word set “writing style” to “formal.” For PCs, set to “check style” and place checkmarks in all of the stylistic features. Make sure to fix problems indicated by red or green lines.

Writing: Observing these tips will significantly improve your paper and grade.

  • Write a clear introduction that catches the reader’s attention, previews your entire paper, and gives an indication of your particular argument or focus. It is often easiest to write your introduction after writing the rest of the paper.
  • Jump write into the topic at hand. Don’t begin with a broad, universal generalization (“From the dawn of time… the struggle between good and evil has shaped human nature”).
  • Use concrete examples to support your points.
  • Write paragraphs around a single, specific idea, clearly expressed in a topic sentence.
  • Concluding paragraph should tie the paper together. Restate argument and show how the evidence in paper supports argument.

Citations

  • Be sure to cite direct quotations as well as ideas and points you draw from the sources, even when you do not use their exact words. NOT CITING WILL DRASTICALLY LOWER YOUR GRADE.
  • Since your paper will draw on a single source, cite by placing the page number (only the number) between parentheses at the end of the sentence, before the period.

    When referring to concepts in the book without repeating exact language, cite as follows:
    The concept of calidad included several factors (9).

    When using repeats exact language from the book, cite as follows:
    Francisca attributed her daughter’s behavior to the workings of “a diabolic entity” (177).

  • Important note: Quote the words of the people and documents discussed in the book, but avoid quoting the author’s words directly. In general, keep quotations to a minimum. No quote should exceed two lines. Try to incorporate quotations into your own sentences, as shown in the second example above.
Book

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Criminal Law in Action

Criminal Law in Action

 

Your text states that the judiciary has the power to interpret, apply or invalidate a law as it pertains to rights expressly created under the state or national constitution.

a. Does the Constitution explicitly provide for that authority? If so, where in the Constitution is it so provided? If not, why does the Supreme Court have the power to strike down statutes passed by Congress as unconstitutional? Should it have that power? Why or why not?

b. In 2018, U.S. Supreme Court ruled that federal ban on state-sanctioned sports betting is unconstitutional. Murphy v. NCAA, 138 S.Ct. 1461 (2018)

https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/17pdf/16-476_dbfi.pdf

Do you believe each State should be able to decide that betting on national sports is within their respective States rights, or do you believe that Congress can pass laws to uphold a national consensus on an important issue? Why or why not? Do you believe the Supreme Court made the right decision … why or why not?

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MarijuanaLegalizationcase study writing -Sen

MarijuanaLegalizationcase study writing -Sen

This is a law case writing essay, need to write about the Gonzales v. Raich case, this is about the topic of : Marijuana Legalization

My case is this one: Gonzales v. Raich.

Need full 4 pages essay, cited all resources, and not be plagiarize.

 

here is some more writing instruction: Once you have chosen the specific topic you will provide a detailed overview of the topic, including a detailed explanation of the courts’ involvement in the topic. (ie. explaining the most significant cases, the outcomes–as well as lead up to and reactions to the cases) In addition to providing a detailed overview of the specific policy issue or case(s) you are discussing you will also address the following questions: How do the examples you have chosen provide insights into the ways in which the unique structural, constitutional and cultural qualities of the American justice system shapes policy debates and outcomes? How does this story illustrate both the characteristics and the outcomes of adversarial legalism in practice?

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Final Discussion

Final Discussion

In this course, we have examined public policy and theories of criminology and evidence-based practices (EBP) and how these concepts are being used and applied across the spectrum of the criminal justice system in the United States. In your initial post, reflect on the following questions using the knowledge you have gained in this course:

  1. Can our society adjust to the use of EBP as a foundation for decision making by the actors within the criminal justice system? Or is this just a “fad”?
  2. Can a country like the United States, which has more of its population incarcerated than any other nation, feel comfortable and safe incarcerating fewer people and instead using EBP to cater to the needs of specific inmates? Can society take that risk?
  3. Can law enforcement rethink policing and police based on evidence and not tradition?
  4. Can courts view “justice” with an evidence-based foundation

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Typology, Victim Selection, and Investigation

Typology, Victim Selection, and Investigation

The “Unabomber,” The “Zodiac Killer,” and the “BTK Killer” were all serial killers who remained at large for a long time. The Zodiac Killer has still never been captured.

Choose any of the three killers named above and create an 8- to 10-slide presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint that covers the following points:

  • Describe the killer’s activities and victim selection.
  • Determine the killer’s typology.
  • Describe and critique the investigation:
    • Were the police methods effective?
    • Are there investigative tactics or resources available today that would have been of assistance in the investigation?
    • How did the police and other agencies work together?
    • Did the investigators engage the public in any way, to assist in the investigation?
  • Describe how the investigation ended, or its current status.

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Grammatical Rules

Grammatical Rules

Provide 2-3 pages, not including title page and reference page (do not go by word count). Use proper APA throughout. Use the references provided. Use subheadings between sections.

Application: Grammatical Rules and APA Format

Credibility in the criminal justice field depends on language competence. Learning, and then internalizing, grammatical rules and the appropriate formats and styles to follow when creating a document such as a police report, is a worthwhile challenge. Recurring errors are often the result of not internalizing the rules that govern communication. Identifying grammatical errors and attempting to correct them is one of the most effective ways to eliminate those same errors in the future. With conscientious practice, you might be able to eliminate these errors from your communications.

For this Assignment, take the Grammar and APA Assessment in this week’s Learning Resources. Review correct grammar use and APA formatting to identify challenges you face in applying correct grammatical rules and APA formatting in your writing.

The Assignment (2–3 pages)

  • Take the Grammar and APA Assessment in this week’s Learning Resources. Review correct grammar use and APA formatting to identify challenges you face in applying correct grammatical rules and APA formatting in your writing.
  • Describe 35 challenges you face in applying proper grammatical rules and APA formatting in your writing
  • Describe strategies you might use to address these challenges and explain why each might be effective
  • Include appropriate resources you may use to address these challenges

READINGS

  • Johnson, W. A., Rettig, R. P., Scott, G. M., & Garrison, S. M. (2015). The criminal justice student writer’s manual (6th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
    • Chapter 2 “Writing Competently”
    • Chapter 3 “Student Paper Formats”
    • Chapter 5 “Citing Sources in APA Style”

    Media

    • Laureate Education, Inc. (Executive Producer). (2011). Grammar Assessment. Baltimore: Author.

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Impact on Community

Impact on Community

 

For this discussion, you will examine the effects on the community that result from a mass murder, or when a serial killer is active.

Since we are looking at the reaction that the killer generates, choose from one of the following killers:

  • David Berkowitz (New York)
  • Wayne Williams (Atlanta)
  • Danny Rolling (Gainesville, Florida)

Use popular news magazines like Time and US News, or newspapers from the local area, so that you can put yourself in the position of someone in the community who was living through that time period. For instance, for the Rolling case, look at the Gainesville Sun from that time period; if you choose David Berkowitz, check out the New York Times or NY Post. This will give you a connection to the case you won’t get from a website created long after the fact. Based on your review, discuss the following questions.

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Should officers with body-worn cameras be required to announce they are wearing the devices?

Should officers with body-worn cameras be required to announce they are wearing the devices?

First, compose a minimum of 100 words in response to the questions. Second, save the work to your hard drive, and then, post your response here in Canvas. Next, read the responses provided by your classmates and compose a 100-word minimum critical response to 1 classmate’s post. ( I will provide you the response of one of the classmates after you are done with my answer because it would be visible right after I post my answer)

Several police departments across the US are requiring that police officers utilize body-worn cameras. In-car cameras came into regular use and are now fairly common in modern law enforcement agencies. Thus, body cameras are the next logical step because officers routinely step out of view of their in-car cameras.

The purpose of the body-worn camera is to record and document police-citizen encounters. At first glance, this may seem advantageous for both parties, but with closer inspection, there is much more to this story. The disadvantages could outweigh the advantages.

First, provide 2 advantages and 2 disadvantages of police body-worn cameras. Then answer: Should officers with body-worn cameras be required to announce they are wearing the devices? Under what circumstances should body-worn cameras be on and off?

Finally, if you pull additional information from a source (internet, book, article, journal article) to develop your response, please be sure to cite it appropriately in APA format. Below is an example to follow for a journal article. This includes the authors’ names, year of publication, title of the article, the name of the journal in italics, the volume number of the journal in italics, and the issue number in parentheses, followed by the page number range:

Journal article example:

Sampson, R. J., & Laub, J. H. (2005). A life-course view of the development of crime. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 602(1), 12-45.

Web Document or Report example:

Kaste, M. (January, 2016). California cops frustrated with “Catch-and-Release” crime fighting. Retrieved from: https://www.npr.org/2016/01/22/463210910/california-cops-frustrated-with-catch-and-release-crime-fighting (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

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Investigation and Effects on the Community

Investigation and Effects on the Community

Create a 4- to 5-page report in Microsoft Word that covers the investigation and the effects of the case on the community with regards to the following points:

For this assignment you will return to the case that you chose for the Week 3 written assignment.

WEEK 3’S ASSIGNMENT WAS ABOUT: DAVID BERKOWITZ

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Investigation and Effects on the Community

Investigation and Effects on the Community

Create a 4- to 5-page report in Microsoft Word that covers the investigation and the effects of the case on the community with regards to the following points:

For this assignment you will return to the case that you chose for the Week 3 written assignment.

WEEK 3’S ASSIGNMENT WAS ABOUT: DAVID BERKOWITZ

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Disparities in Decision Making

Disparities in Decision Making

You are a newly minted prosecutor in Anytown, USA, and have been assigned the following two cases for trial:

Case A: 14-year-old male C.J. raped his 16-year-old next-door neighbor M.K. During the rape, C.J. bruised one of M.K.’s arms. The police arrest C.J. the next morning at his residence where he lives with his mother and two younger brothers. His mother is devastated by his arrest. C.J. has a history of minor thefts.

Case B: 16-year-old female K.O. raped 13-year-old R.L. and demanded that R.L. keep quiet about the rape. The police arrest K.O. R.L. does not want K.O. prosecuted for the rape.

On the date of sentencing, the court sentences C.J. to 10 years’ confinement with two years of probation, but sentences K.O. to two years’ confinement with five years of probation.

  1. Should the female juvenile rapist have been treated differently than the male juvenile rapist?
  2. If you were the judge, how would you justify your sentencing decisions?In response to your peers, assume the role of either the prosecutor or defense attorney and refute one of your peers’ arguments regarding sentencing.

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Case Analysis

Case Analysis

Instructions

No directly quoted material may be used in this project paper.

Resources should be summarized or paraphrased with appropriate in-text and Resource page citations.

Project 1: Case Analysis

Phil Spector was a famous record producer, songwriter and artist. In 2009, he was convicted of the 2003 murder of Lana Clarkson. Spector’s first trial resulted in a hung jury, and six years later he was tried again resulting in his conviction.

You may conduct your own research in answering the questions below, but also consider the following two links for support:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oblQvxW9fQo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=99c2WooIiNk

After reviewing the information provided, submit a three (3) page paper using the format below and answering the following questions supported by specific authority from the links provided. Use must use 1 inch margins and 1.5 line spacing, as well as 12pt font, preferably Times Roman or Arial.

A. Introduction

1. Give a brief overview of the facts of the case, including an explanation of the specific statute(s) under which the defendant was charged and/or convicted and the ultimate outcome of the case

2. Give a brief explanation of the burden of proof, which is proof beyond a reasonable doubt in a criminal prosecution.

3. Give a brief explanation of why the Spector trial was so important to the prosecution of crimes in the United States (think: retrials and double jeopardy).

B. Opening Statements

1. Which attorney was most persuasive?

2. Which attorney gave the jury more significant facts to consider?

C. Establishing/Challenging a Prima Facie Case for Murder

1. Name one key witness who helped establish a prima facie case of homicide for the prosecution or challenged a prima facie case for the defense, and explain why he or she helped or hurt the prosecution of the case.

D. Evidence

1. What other evidence (than testimony) was significant in establishing or challenging a prima facie case of murder?

E. Closing Arguments

1. Describe why one was more persuasive than the other, and how the jury would have been persuaded one way or the other based on the closing statements.

F. Outside Factors

1. What, if any, outside factors (media, public opinion, etc.) affected the trial and/or the outcome of the case and how did they do so? (What book?)

G. Concluding thoughts

H. As a budding criminal justice scholar, discuss briefly why this case is important to the study of criminal justice and criminal prosecution, and how reading primary documentation about it has changed your own perspective on the case.

Format Requirements

1. Submit a three (3) page paper using the format above and answering the listed questions supported by specific authority from the links provided.

2. Use must use 1 inch margins

3. 1.5 line spacing,

4. 12pt font, preferably Times Roman or Arial

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Help with a Serial Killer essay

Help with a Serial Killer essay

It’s mainly to make an argument that Frankenstein was a serial killer on not a serial killer.

Instructions

 

I would like you to incorporate the defining characteristics of a serial killer within your essay. It will 1 page in length and you may use your notes and texts as references. Format is APA and will be 1 page in length.

 

The requirements for this essay are as follows:

 

A snappy title

 

An attention getting introduction

 

A clear thesis

Topic sentences for body paragraphs

At least two specific details in each body paragraph

Paraphrases or quotes as needed

Correct spelling

 

Website for Book.

https://www.planetebook.com/free-ebooks/frankenstein.pdf

  1. How can one argue that the novel Frankenstein is a serial killer novel? We discussed this at length in class; however, the debate continues on whether or not the novel is a viable representation of a serial killer. Construct an essay that argues for or against this representation.

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