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Last brief is Sonnier v. State, page 453-455 in text and here’s the link to case

Last brief is Sonnier v. State, page 453-455 in text and here’s the link to case on the internet Sonnier v. State https://casetext.com/case/sonnier-v-state-4

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Choice #1: What is the support for the biological passing of criminal genes from

Choice #1:
What is the support for the biological passing of criminal genes from progeny to progeny? Using adoption and twin studies (that you can find on pages 83-84 of your textbook, and the NU Library), describe why there is support for criminal gene inheritance. You must have at least 2-3 NU articles that you cite and reference.
Choice #2:
Johnny Schmidt was diagnosed with a form of autism called “Asperger’s Syndrome” at age 6. He is now 15 and a freshman at Bear Creek High School. Some of his classmates, who he wants to be friends with, have told him that they have been told by their parents that autistic kids are prone to violence and should be avoided. Johnny is distraught and wants their friendship like all high school kids desire. Is there evidence to support the parents’ claim that autistic kids are more prone to violence than “normal” kids? You must have 2-3 NU articles to support your paper.
NOTE INSTRUCTORS: There are sample written assignments for both Choices #1 and #2 in Instructor Resources. You may use them or not to give the students a format and to use a grading instrument.
pick one

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1. Identify the purposes of American criminal law and punishment. In your answer

1. Identify the purposes of American criminal law and punishment. In your answer, include the important concepts in American criminal law to include the following: the goals of American criminal law; the sources of criminal law; the history of punishments of American criminal law; the constitutional guards of criminal law; and the types of punishments used in American criminal law. In your answer, please list and describe all five purposes of criminal law. Then provide a scenario (a detailed factual situation: one you make up or take from a case in current or past news) where a certain disposition (probation, prison, rehab, etc.) would further each purpose
2. Distinguish among the federal, state, trial and appellate courts involved in criminal cases. In your discussion, explain why a state has the general power to make criminal law and to prosecute those who violate the law; describe the specific powers granted to the federal government to make criminal laws; describe the boundaries for congressional power under the Commerce Clause to regulate actions through criminal laws; and identify the ways a state can obtain jurisdiction over the person of a defendant charged with violation of a criminal law.
3. Evaluate specific affirmative and Constitution-based defenses to crimes in American criminal law, including the theories of criminal liability, and the tests used to determine insanity. Regarding the Constitution-based defenses relating to the First Amendment, describe instances in which the First Amendment would NOT be upheld.
4. In the following scenario, analyze misdemeanor and felony crimes in terms of their actus reas and mens rea elements. Your answer should include the essential elements of the crime, using terms as they would apply to the scenario: reasonable doubt; actus reus and mens rea; concurrence, specific intent, scienter, intent, motive; true crimes and strict liability crimes; proximate cause and causation; and presumptions and inferences. (This question assesses outcome #4.)
John Smith decides to go out to his regular Saturday night hangout, the local bar called Smitty’s. While at the bar, John consumes 8 beers and 6 shots of whiskey, over a 3 hour time period. He notices another “regular” at the bar. Her name is Candy. Candy, too, has consumed a lot of alcoholic beverages to the point in which her speech is slurred and her ability to walk a straight line is affected. John offers Candy a ride home. While driving home, John decides that he is in the mood for some female physical company. John turns onto a dirt road which is completely desolate. Candy attempts to get out of the truck but John holds onto Candy’s arm, then grabs some handcuffs from his door pocket and handcuffs Candy to the steering wheel. John parks his truck and begins to physically force Candy into having sex with him. Candy fights back because she does not want to have sex with John. John smacks Candy in the face a few times. Then, John hits Candy in the head with a hammer, knocks her unconscious, and proceeds to have sex with Candy. After John is finished, he attempts to wake Candy up but she is not responding. She has no pulse. John decides to poor gasoline on Candy’s body and sets it on fire.

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SOURCES: the sources are the lecture notes and the textbook for the cases etc. T

SOURCES: the sources are the lecture notes and the textbook for the cases etc. The case brief is based on the fact pattern. Ensure to use educated united states grammar and score high on grammar checks. Look at the teacher’s format for the template of the case brief and in the video which OUTLINES THE ASSIGNMENT. If the teacher bolds something it might be something you want to do as well since the TEACHER IS THE GRADER. The last writer didn’t complete issue number 3 so ensure to fix writers work from issue 1 and 2 of the case brief. Ensure to use page numbers from the designated textbook from Larry Vick for the administration of constitutional law.
GRAMMAR: Ensure to use higher grammar to score well on a checker. no plagiarism.
CONTENT: Ensure to fix the issues and complete part 3 of the assignment for issue number three and watch the video it literally tells you what to do. be fluent in criminal law / criminal justice. The source the teacher mentions is only the lecture notes / textbook.
Comments from Customer
PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#492078884): Needs to have access to Administration of Justice and Constitutional Law – ISBN: 978-1-4652-9683-2 by Vick, Larry and have knowledge within criminal justice /criminal law field. United states english grammar writing style.
Vick, L. D., (2016). Administration of Justice and Constitutional Law. Kendall Hunt Publishing.
double check that reference to sure that it is accurate. ( the book is the source)
all instructions from teacher must be followed and failed to meet falls on writer. Follow fact pattern etc. and direction to accurately do assignment. Ensure to include page numbers of listed stuff from teacher for check verification.
NO PLAGARISM

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Description :the state I live in is Illinois Students will present a recorded cl

Description :the state I live in is Illinois
Students will present a recorded closing argument from either a prosecution role based upon the fact pattern provide below. Prosecution should match conduct to a crime. Anticipate the arguments the other side will make and be prepared to address them in their own arguments.
Closing argument should be more than 5 minutes but no more than 15 minutes in length.
Model Penal Code Online: https://archive.org/details/ModelPenalCode_ALI Links to an external site.
Rationale
Students will learn how to present an oral argument and persuasively use both facts and law to make their case.
Fact pattern describing case:
This is a murder prosecution. The defense is self-defense. The defendant, Marsha Jones, and the victim, Elmer Jones, were married and living in a one-bedroom apartment in a two flat building. Both were 30 years old, had been married for 8 years, and had no children. Elmer Jones was employed as a guard at the county jail; Marsha Jones worked as a part-time secretary.
Testifying at trial, Marsha Jones stated that on the day of the shooting, 6 months ago today, she was in the living room of the apartment watching television when her husband came home about 11 pm. He had been drinking and promptly got into an argument with her. He was yelling that the house was a mess and that as usual, she had not done a thing about it. She stated that she tried to calm him down, but he just got worse, started threatening her, and then began punching her in the stomach. She tried to protect herself but couldn’t. In desperation, she ran into the bedroom where she knew her husband kept his revolver that he used for work at the jail. She then returned to the living room and told her husband to leave her alone. She testified that her husband laughed, told her she wouldn’t use the gun, and suddenly lunged at her. She then pulled the trigger of the gun twice. Her husband then fell down in the living room.
Immediately after the shooting she called the police. When the police arrived, she told them what had happened. The police did not notice any bruises on her body.
Marsha Jones also testified that her husband often came home drunk and often threatened and beat her. She also said that her husband was about 6’2” tall and weighed about 210 lbs. She is 5’4” tall and weighs 120 lbs.
On cross examination, the defendant admitted she had not told the police of the earlier threats and beatings and admitted she had never called the police about them or told anyone. She said Elmer had threatened to kill her if she told anyone. She said there was a telephone in the living room and the bedroom, but she never called anyone. Ballistics evidence showed that the victim was shot from over 3 feet away and that his body had two bullet entry wounds. The first bullet entered his body in the chest at the left nipple and exited his back at the same level as the entry wound. The second bullet entered his body at the left rib cage just below the armpit and exited the body below the right armpit. The expert was unable to determine which shot had been fired first.
The autopsy report also disclosed that the victim’s blood contained alcohol in an amount slightly in excess of the state’s presumption of intoxication level.
Use law contained in the Model Penal Code to argue why the defendant should or should not be convicted of murder. You may use the reading to assist you in forming arguments but must only use facts contained in the fact pattern above or reasonable inferences that can be made from it.

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Description :the state I live in is Illinois Students will present a recorded cl

Description :the state I live in is Illinois
Students will present a recorded closing argument from either a prosecution role based upon the fact pattern provide below. Prosecution should match conduct to a crime. Anticipate the arguments the other side will make and be prepared to address them in their own arguments.
Closing argument should be more than 5 minutes but no more than 15 minutes in length.
Model Penal Code Online: https://archive.org/details/ModelPenalCode_ALI Links to an external site.
Rationale
Students will learn how to present an oral argument and persuasively use both facts and law to make their case.
Fact pattern describing case:
This is a murder prosecution. The defense is self-defense. The defendant, Marsha Jones, and the victim, Elmer Jones, were married and living in a one-bedroom apartment in a two flat building. Both were 30 years old, had been married for 8 years, and had no children. Elmer Jones was employed as a guard at the county jail; Marsha Jones worked as a part-time secretary.
Testifying at trial, Marsha Jones stated that on the day of the shooting, 6 months ago today, she was in the living room of the apartment watching television when her husband came home about 11 pm. He had been drinking and promptly got into an argument with her. He was yelling that the house was a mess and that as usual, she had not done a thing about it. She stated that she tried to calm him down, but he just got worse, started threatening her, and then began punching her in the stomach. She tried to protect herself but couldn’t. In desperation, she ran into the bedroom where she knew her husband kept his revolver that he used for work at the jail. She then returned to the living room and told her husband to leave her alone. She testified that her husband laughed, told her she wouldn’t use the gun, and suddenly lunged at her. She then pulled the trigger of the gun twice. Her husband then fell down in the living room.
Immediately after the shooting she called the police. When the police arrived, she told them what had happened. The police did not notice any bruises on her body.
Marsha Jones also testified that her husband often came home drunk and often threatened and beat her. She also said that her husband was about 6’2” tall and weighed about 210 lbs. She is 5’4” tall and weighs 120 lbs.
On cross examination, the defendant admitted she had not told the police of the earlier threats and beatings and admitted she had never called the police about them or told anyone. She said Elmer had threatened to kill her if she told anyone. She said there was a telephone in the living room and the bedroom, but she never called anyone. Ballistics evidence showed that the victim was shot from over 3 feet away and that his body had two bullet entry wounds. The first bullet entered his body in the chest at the left nipple and exited his back at the same level as the entry wound. The second bullet entered his body at the left rib cage just below the armpit and exited the body below the right armpit. The expert was unable to determine which shot had been fired first.
The autopsy report also disclosed that the victim’s blood contained alcohol in an amount slightly in excess of the state’s presumption of intoxication level.
Use law contained in the Model Penal Code to argue why the defendant should or should not be convicted of murder. You may use the reading to assist you in forming arguments but must only use facts contained in the fact pattern above or reasonable inferences that can be made from it.

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What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?

Scenarios: Bad Behavior and the Difficult Employee
Read each of the scenarios below and write a 2-page response (for each scenario) that evaluates the role the supervisor played in the maintenance of good order within the organization.
Scenario 1: Bad Behavior?
Sergeant Stevens, the sergeant on the evening shift, reported to you (the shift lieutenant) that after roll call he heard two male officers telling sexually explicit jokes in the hallway. As the sergeant exited the roll call room, he noticed one of the female dispatchers standing within a few feet of the two officers. The sergeant chose to ignore the immediate situation and just made a report to you.
Scenario 2: The Difficult Employee
Officer Smith has become very difficult to deal with. During roll call, he is sarcastic about any new policy changes, orders, or directives given to him or the group. He is also one of the most productive officers you have, and other officers respect his leadership abilities. Recently, his sergeant brought disciplinary charges against Officer Smith. This resulted in a suspension and Officer Smith has now become far less productive.
Address the following issues in your paper:
Evaluate the sergeants’ responses to the scenarios.
How did the sergeants respond in both scenarios?
How do the sergeants’ actions ensure the maintenance of good order? If they do not maintain good order, what specifically about the sergeants’ actions disrupts that order?
In each scenario, how could the sergeants have done better?
What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?
Write a 2-page response for each scenario.
This assignment requires outside research. Support your paper with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included. Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate
For assistance with this assignment refer to Chapter 12 of your textbook:::
Miller, L. S., More, H. W., & Braswell, M. C. (2020). Effective Police Supervision (9th ed.). Taylor & Francis. https://purdueuniversityglobal.vitalsource.com/books/9780429558511
the above citation is the textbook
all references must be dated within 5 years or less!!!!

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What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?

Scenarios: Bad Behavior and the Difficult Employee
Read each of the scenarios below and write a 2-page response (for each scenario) that evaluates the role the supervisor played in the maintenance of good order within the organization.
Scenario 1: Bad Behavior?
Sergeant Stevens, the sergeant on the evening shift, reported to you (the shift lieutenant) that after roll call he heard two male officers telling sexually explicit jokes in the hallway. As the sergeant exited the roll call room, he noticed one of the female dispatchers standing within a few feet of the two officers. The sergeant chose to ignore the immediate situation and just made a report to you.
Scenario 2: The Difficult Employee
Officer Smith has become very difficult to deal with. During roll call, he is sarcastic about any new policy changes, orders, or directives given to him or the group. He is also one of the most productive officers you have, and other officers respect his leadership abilities. Recently, his sergeant brought disciplinary charges against Officer Smith. This resulted in a suspension and Officer Smith has now become far less productive.
Address the following issues in your paper:
Evaluate the sergeants’ responses to the scenarios.
How did the sergeants respond in both scenarios?
How do the sergeants’ actions ensure the maintenance of good order? If they do not maintain good order, what specifically about the sergeants’ actions disrupts that order?
In each scenario, how could the sergeants have done better?
What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?
Write a 2-page response for each scenario.
This assignment requires outside research. Support your paper with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included. Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate
For assistance with this assignment refer to Chapter 12 of your textbook:::
Miller, L. S., More, H. W., & Braswell, M. C. (2020). Effective Police Supervision (9th ed.). Taylor & Francis. https://purdueuniversityglobal.vitalsource.com/books/9780429558511
the above citation is the textbook
all references must be dated within 5 years or less!!!!

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What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?

Scenarios: Bad Behavior and the Difficult Employee
Read each of the scenarios below and write a 2-page response (for each scenario) that evaluates the role the supervisor played in the maintenance of good order within the organization.
Scenario 1: Bad Behavior?
Sergeant Stevens, the sergeant on the evening shift, reported to you (the shift lieutenant) that after roll call he heard two male officers telling sexually explicit jokes in the hallway. As the sergeant exited the roll call room, he noticed one of the female dispatchers standing within a few feet of the two officers. The sergeant chose to ignore the immediate situation and just made a report to you.
Scenario 2: The Difficult Employee
Officer Smith has become very difficult to deal with. During roll call, he is sarcastic about any new policy changes, orders, or directives given to him or the group. He is also one of the most productive officers you have, and other officers respect his leadership abilities. Recently, his sergeant brought disciplinary charges against Officer Smith. This resulted in a suspension and Officer Smith has now become far less productive.
Address the following issues in your paper:
Evaluate the sergeants’ responses to the scenarios.
How did the sergeants respond in both scenarios?
How do the sergeants’ actions ensure the maintenance of good order? If they do not maintain good order, what specifically about the sergeants’ actions disrupts that order?
In each scenario, how could the sergeants have done better?
What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?
Write a 2-page response for each scenario.
This assignment requires outside research. Support your paper with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included. Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate
For assistance with this assignment refer to Chapter 12 of your textbook:::
Miller, L. S., More, H. W., & Braswell, M. C. (2020). Effective Police Supervision (9th ed.). Taylor & Francis. https://purdueuniversityglobal.vitalsource.com/books/9780429558511
the above citation is the textbook
all references must be dated within 5 years or less!!!!

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Criminal law

What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?

Scenarios: Bad Behavior and the Difficult Employee
Read each of the scenarios below and write a 2-page response (for each scenario) that evaluates the role the supervisor played in the maintenance of good order within the organization.
Scenario 1: Bad Behavior?
Sergeant Stevens, the sergeant on the evening shift, reported to you (the shift lieutenant) that after roll call he heard two male officers telling sexually explicit jokes in the hallway. As the sergeant exited the roll call room, he noticed one of the female dispatchers standing within a few feet of the two officers. The sergeant chose to ignore the immediate situation and just made a report to you.
Scenario 2: The Difficult Employee
Officer Smith has become very difficult to deal with. During roll call, he is sarcastic about any new policy changes, orders, or directives given to him or the group. He is also one of the most productive officers you have, and other officers respect his leadership abilities. Recently, his sergeant brought disciplinary charges against Officer Smith. This resulted in a suspension and Officer Smith has now become far less productive.
Address the following issues in your paper:
Evaluate the sergeants’ responses to the scenarios.
How did the sergeants respond in both scenarios?
How do the sergeants’ actions ensure the maintenance of good order? If they do not maintain good order, what specifically about the sergeants’ actions disrupts that order?
In each scenario, how could the sergeants have done better?
What should the sergeants do in each case to ensure good order?
Write a 2-page response for each scenario.
This assignment requires outside research. Support your paper with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be included. Be sure to include citations for quotations and paraphrases with references in APA format and style where appropriate
For assistance with this assignment refer to Chapter 12 of your textbook:::
Miller, L. S., More, H. W., & Braswell, M. C. (2020). Effective Police Supervision (9th ed.). Taylor & Francis. https://purdueuniversityglobal.vitalsource.com/books/9780429558511
the above citation is the textbook
all references must be dated within 5 years or less!!!!