Criminal answers and questions

Part 1
1. Jordan and Cristina know you are familiar with the role of the 9-1-1 dispatcher. They have asked you to write a brief summary. This summary should describe the type of information you would gather as a 9-1-1 dispatcher on a call about the recent theft of all physical evidence from the police station.
Write a brief summary (100–150 words) for Jordan and Cristina, imagining you were a 9-1-1 dispatcher for this call.
What questions in general would you ask the caller?
2. Jordan and Cristina know you are familiar with the role of the 9-1-1 dispatcher. They have asked you to write a brief summary. This summary should describe the type of information you would gather as a 9-1-1 dispatcher on a call about the recent theft of all physical evidence from the police station.
Write a brief summary (100–150 words) for Jordan and Cristina, imagining you were a 9-1-1 dispatcher for this call.
What questions would you ask about the stolen physical evidence?
Part 2
1. Case 1: Mandy
Mandy volunteered in a month-long sleep study at the university last year. She was asked to participate because of her unusual sleep habits and neurological history. Part of the sleep study included her sleeping in a room inside the lab for the entire month. She was videotaped while she slept.
Now, 13 months later, police are trying to charge Mandy with possession and use of illegal drugs. It turns out she was using drugs during her stay at the sleep lab. Her drug use was recorded in the lab videos. She’s not sure how or why police saw the videos. She knew she was being videotaped, although she was told it was only for the study and that no one outside the lab would view the footage.
Would the video evidence be helpful to proving the case? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
2. Refer to the previous question.
Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
3. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
4. Case 2: Salimah is being prosecuted for disturbing the peace while participating in a demonstration she organized about a month ago. She wants to introduce cell phone video footage from that day to show the conditions at the time of the alleged disturbance. Her point is that if the jury can see how confusing and chaotic everything was, they’ll see that she did nothing to make the problem worse. They will see that she was, in fact, trying to protect herself within the crowd. Salimah is also arguing that the police were unlawfully arresting people to shut down the demonstration.
Would the video evidence be helpful for Salimah’s defense? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
5. Refer to the previous question. Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
6. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
7. Case 3: Lorne
Lorne is charged with assaulting his brother with a deadly weapon. There is no dispute about his identity. The main issue for trial is whether or not he intended to cause serious harm to his brother. The prosecutor wants to introduce a video taken of Lorne at his brother’s wedding, three years earlier. Lorne, in a drunken rage, lunged at his brother with a steak knife, screaming that he would kill him. Since the weapon in this case is also a knife, the prosecutor feels the video shows that Lorne has murderous intent toward his brother and uses knives as weapons.
Would the video evidence be helpful to proving the case? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
8. Refer to the previous question.
Should the video evidence be admissible in this case? Why or why not? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
9. Refer to the previous two questions.
Are there technical problems with the video evidence? What about other valid objections to the video? If so, what are they and how could they be overcome? (Answer in one to two sentences. Explain your reasoning.)
Part 3.
1.You are working with Cristina to review some cases for your criminal justice class. The case you are working on now has one defendant: Mona Day. She is a student accused of involvement in terrorist activities. You do not have all the details, but you know that law enforcement has been surveilling Mona for months. They now have a clear understanding of where she goes, what she does there, and who she sees.
For each piece of evidence, you and Cristina need to add some details. Use a table similar to the one below to organize your thoughts. In your notes, use bullet points to complete the table. The first two columns are already completed; the last two are yours to fill out.
Hint #1: Types of electronic surveillance include audio, visual, tracking, and data. For example, the use of a body camera is a kind of visual surveillance.
Hint #2: There are many ways electronic evidence can be used in court. For example, an RFID chip (which is a type of tracking surveillance) can be used to show where a suspect was at each point during the day when a crime took place. The GPS on a smartphone is also a type of tracking surveillance.
Descriiption of Evidence Context and Where It Was Found or Taken Type of Electronic Surveillance Possible Points It Could Prove in Court
fitness wristband monitor taken from Mona’s gym bag
laptop search history lifted by IT from her laptop
smartphone call history Mona’s smartphone
Mona’s smartphone itself Mona’s purse
digital recordings from a listening device Mona’s apartment
surveillance camera footage Mona’s gym
Part 4.
1. Patrice and Leo go to State U in a neighboring state. They are at Cristina and Jordan’s school this weekend for a debate tournament. They were shocked to hear about the case of disappearing evidence because it sounds a lot like something that happened last year at State U. Patrice and Leo end up talking to Cristina and Jordan for much of the evening about the facts of the case.
Cristina and Jordan have decided to request that the police form a task force after hearing Patrice and Leo’s information. Cristina and Jordan think a task force is needed based on these facts:
There are multiple crime scenes and multiple events.
The crimes are ongoing.
Some of the crimes happen on campus, and some do not.
The campus police investigates crimes on campus.
The local police department investigates crimes in town.
The crimes are receiving extensive media attention.
Too many people seem to have access to the case and evidence.
It is not clear who is ultimately in charge of all of the cases.
Help Cristina and Jordan write a brief proposal for the creation of a task force. You will need to cite not only the facts, but also what the facts mean in terms of long-term investigations and task forces (one to two sentences per fact).
For example, if one fact was that federal crimes were being committed, they would need to clarify what that fact means to the task force. In this instance, you might explain that a federal agency should work on the case to meet jurisdictional requirements.

Introduction to court litigation

In this discussion you will define personal jurisdiction for a corporation and explain how personal jurisdiction is established.
Fact Pattern
Five years ago Monica Geller opened up a coffee shop, Locals’ Coffee, in New York City. Locals’ Coffee was a big hit among the locals, and Monica decided to expand her business by opening more coffee shops. Each year, Monica opened a new location—each in New York. Business was booming. Locals’ Coffee became so popular that a lot of tourists from all over the United States started visiting Monica’s shops. Knowing she had many tourists coming to her stores, Monica started selling bags of coffee beans so her clients could enjoy her coffee at home as well.
One day, Ross Geller visited Locals’ Coffee because he had read great reviews about the coffee shop on Yelp. Ross loved the coffee so much that he bought 20 bags of coffee (worth $400) from Locals’ Coffee so he could enjoy the coffee back at his home in New Jersey. Several weeks later, Ross opened a bag of Locals’ Coffee only to find it was filled with pebbles. He immediately filed a lawsuit in New Jersey against Locals’ Coffee. The courthouse is one hour away from one of the store locations for Locals’ Coffee. Does New Jersey have personal jurisdiction over Locals’ Coffee? Locals’ Coffee is incorporated in New York and has its principal place of business in New York.
PromptAnswer yes or no.Provide the definition of personal jurisdiction for a corporation and explain how personal jurisdiction can be established.Use the facts provided to support your conclusion.Identify some arguments for the other side and explain why they are not persuasive.
Keep your response to no more than two paragraphs.

Health and law

Section 8.3 of your reading details many of the changes that have taken effect to private insurance as a result of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). As you know, the Trump administration is working to repeal and replace the ACA in its entirety. This administration is also making interim changes to pieces of the ACA. See your online reading materials.
If you were part of this administration, what would you get rid of, modify, or implement? Please do at least one of the following:
Choose a provision of the ACA that you would modify or delete. If you would modify it, how? If you would delete it, why? What population would this impact the most? What impact would this change have on the private insurance industry as a whole and consumers of the products?Tell us what regulatory provision you would add to the private insurance framework. Why? What population would this impact the most? What impact would this change have on the private insurance industry as a whole and consumers of the products?Comment on a change made by the Trump Administration. What are the benefits and disadvantages of the provision as written under the Obama Administration in comparison to the Trump Administration? What does each version say about the policies of the different administrations?
“This week reading attached “

Writer’s Choice

Analyze the idea of protecting citizens of the United States from terrorism and the need to protect the civil liberties and civil rights of its citizens. Can the nation do both while not sacrificing either? How do we assess the true tradeoffs between freedom and security?
APA Format

Create an 12 to 15 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker

Create an 12 to 15 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker notes, in which your team addresses all of the following points:
How have body worn cameras, squad cameras, in-squad computer systems and other forms of emerging technology impacted practitioners & future leaders/managers of law enforcement organizations; and
In what ways have police use of deadly force incidents affected court systems, and correctional systems now and how do you anticipate theses incidents evolving and affecting these systems moving into the future? Is this an international issue? Why or why not?
What creative financial and budgetary changes will future managers of the police, courts, and corrections need to employ to ensure adequate funding resources for their agencies regarding the issues outlined above? None of this high-tech stuff is cheap. What would you to pay for it?
What will the Criminal Justice System look like in five years, ten years, twenty years from now as a result of what we saw seeing over the past few years? Thorough research and critical thinking will help bring some great presentations.
Include a minimum of 3 scholarly references listed in the speaker notes of the slide where the reference is used and on the references slide toward the end of of the presentation.
*Note: Presentations should include the following at a minimum:
Professional Slide Design (not just black and white), Title, Bullet Points, Media (image, video, table, clip art, etc),
Speaker Notes should describe the content of the slides to note who you would be presenting; speaking out loud in front of an audience.
Slide transitions should be inserted to ease the movement from slide to slide.
References should be placed at the bottom of slide notes and a final references slide at the end that allows the reader to go back and check to verify your references.

Create an 17 to 20 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker

Create an 17 to 20 slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, including speaker notes, in which your team addresses all of the following points:
How social media, the Internet, and other forms of technology may impact future managers of police, the courts, and corrections?; and
How domestic terrorism, international terrorism, and other global crimes may impact the American criminal justice system?; and
Which top five Global Crimes are of the greatest concern (besides terrorism) for the western world (United States and European countries? What do American Criminal Justice organizations do (if anything) to work with International partners?
Include a minimum of 4 scholarly references listed in the speaker notes of the slide where the reference is used and on the references slide toward the end of of the presentation.
*Note: Presentations should include the following at a minimum:
Professional Slide Design (not just black and white), Title, Bullet Points, Media (image, video, table, clip art, etc),
Speaker Notes should describe the content of the slides to note who you would be presenting; speaking out loud in front of an audience.
Slide transitions should be inserted to ease the movement from slide to slide, R
References should be placed at the bottom of slide notes and a final references slide at the end that allows the reader to go back and check to verify your references.
Hello writer this is a group assignment so please just do 5 slides on the subject that is listed
thanks

The focus of your research paper will be to discuss a criminal case from the poi

The focus of your research paper will be to discuss a criminal case from the point of entry into the criminal justice system to discussion of the outcome of the case. You can choose any case you’d like. Here are some good cases (but you can choose your own): Slenderman case Juan Rubio case (Brownsville) Michelle Carter texting case Aaron Hernandez case (New England Patriots player) Michael Vick case (dog fighting) Charles Manson case Warren Jeffs case O.J. Simpson Casey Anthony Enron scandal BP Oil Spill Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City Bombing) Murder of James Byrd, Jr. Breonna Taylor Eric Garner George Floyd

I do not have the template yet but I will send it to you as soon as I get it fro

I do not have the template yet but I will send it to you as soon as I get it from the course.
Pleease see the attachments for instructions and reading material
Here are some links you might need:
•Berghuis v. Thompkins. (2010). Oyez.
https://www.oyez.org/cases/2009/08-1470
•Supreme Court procedures. (n.d.). United States Courts.
https://www.uscourts.gov/about-federal-courts/educational-resources/about-educational-outreach/activity-resources/supreme-1
•Blakely, R.G. (n.d.). Double jeopardy. The Hertiage Guide to The Consitution.
https://www.heritage.org/constitution/#!/amendments/5/essays/148/double-jeopardy
•What is RICO?. (n.d.). HG.org.
https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/what-is-rico-30996
•Computer fraud and abuse act (CFAA). (n.d.). NACDL.
https://www.nacdl.org/Landing/ComputerFraudandAbuseAct
•Sarbanes Oxley Act ( SOX )

•The 4th Amendment Explained

•Films for the Humanities and Sciences (Producer) (2012). Courts, trials and sentencing: Due process [Video File].
https://fod-infobase-com.postu.idm.oclc.org/p_ViewVideo.aspx?xtid=48004&tScript=0.

Write a two-page paper analyzing the fact pattern presented below. Please use f

Write a two-page paper analyzing the fact pattern presented below. Please use federal law. Your analysis should include application of the topics covered during the past seven weeks. For example, search and seizure, search warrants, execution of warrants, exceptions to the warrant requirement, exclusionary rule, Miranda rights, and the right against self-incrimination. Do not restate the facts in your paper, but rather identify the issues, analyze, and provide your legal reasoning.
Ensure your citations are in APA or Bluebook format.
Chris is a police officer with the local Centerville Police Department. She is in plain clothes and knocked on the front door of Steve’s house and asked if she could enter to enforce a valid warrant. The warrant was a search warrant issued by Judge Wells from the Centerville District Court. Judge Wells is a retired state police trooper from the state police barracks in Centerville. The warrant indicated that “the first floor of Steve’s house will be searched for a gun used in connection with a robbery and jewelry, which was stolen.” While searching the first floor of Steve’s house, Officer Chris smelled what she thought was gun powder emanating from the second floor. Officer Chris immediately walked upstairs and found a gun at the tops of the stairs. She went to confiscate the gun and while doing so noticed a note attached to the gun with an address on it. The address was a known location for stolen jewelry to be pawned. During the search, Steve told Officer Chris that, “I do not know what you are here for, because I did not rob Grubb’s jewelry store.” Officer Chris asked Steve to go to the police station and Steve agreed. As they walked into the police station, Judge Wells yelled, “is that the person who robbed Grubb’s jewelry store?” Steve replied, “I told Officer Chris already, I did not rob Grubb’s jewelry store.”

In this course you will be required to complete a final project in lieu of a fin

In this course you will be required to complete a final project in lieu of a final exam, which will have to be submitted during Unit 8 of the course. Stated simply, this project will consist of a case study and analysis of a criminal case of your choice. The case study and analysis focuses on your identification of the crimes, their individual elements and any applicable defenses that could be employed by the defendant in justifying his or her conduct or mitigating the punishment.