Sample Questions

10th Justice; Employee Arbitration Agreements
All organizations in the country employ people. Employment laws impact everyone, regardless if you are actively employed or not. As employers continue to control costs associated with claims from employees, employers have commonly turned to arbitration agreements. These agreements normally require employees to waive any right or protection afforded by joining a class action and instead forces each individual employee to take the claims before an individual arbitration. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided this year in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis by a narrow margin of 5-4 that employers could enforce these arbitration agreements.
In your assignment this week please explain why the court got this correct AND explain why the court was wrong. Lastly, if you were the 10th justice how would you vote and why?

This link should provide you with details on the case: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2017/16-285
Click on the left-hand side under “Opinions” for full details.
Your paper should be 400-500 words.

Module 7 Discussion 1

In 250 words, discuss how Universal Access to health care would impact the US healthcare system. Reference at least 2 scholarly sources.

  1. Explain the confidentiality rules of defense attorneys and some situations where they may be able to disclose confidential information.
  2. Compare the potential conflicts of interest of defense attorneys and those of prosecutors.
  3. List and describe the functions of jury consultants and why they are criticized.
  4. Describe the different factors that are acceptable and unacceptable for prosecutors to consider when making the decision to charge or what to charge.
  5. List the types of information that can be disclosed to the media and the information that should not be revealed to the media by prosecutors

 

10th Justice; Employee Arbitration Agreements
All organizations in the country employ people. Employment laws impact everyone, regardless if you are actively employed or not. As employers continue to control costs associated with claims from employees, employers have commonly turned to arbitration agreements. These agreements normally require employees to waive any right or protection afforded by joining a class action and instead forces each individual employee to take the claims before an individual arbitration. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided this year in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis by a narrow margin of 5-4 that employers could enforce these arbitration agreements.
In your assignment this week please explain why the court got this correct AND explain why the court was wrong. Lastly, if you were the 10th justice how would you vote and why?

This link should provide you with details on the case: https://www.oyez.org/cases/2017/16-285
Click on the left-hand side under “Opinions” for full details.
Your paper should be 400-500 words.

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
This week covered the different levels of policing agencies and the roles they have. There are some laws that are more challenging to enforce than others.
Research and share a law that is challenging to enforce in Georgia. What makes it so challenging? What would you do to police that law?

 

Overview:
You own a convenience store and you have been robbed numerous times in the recent past. On Friday night, about 15 minutes before closing, a male comes in and seems to be just walking around the store and appears to be suspicious. He has his right hand in his pocket. As the male approaches the counter you grab your handgun and shoot him dead. The police arrive, investigate and arrest you for murder. The item the male was holding was his cell phone.
Your defense attorney mounts a self-defense case on your behalf. Describe the elements of self- defense that your defense attorney will argue on your behalf. Then, provide an argument as to why you will or will not prevail in court.
Instructions:
Describe the elements of self-defense that your defense attorney will argue on your behalf. Then, provide an argument as to why you will or will not prevail in court.
Requirements:
The assignment shall be in APA format, typed in 12 font Times New Roman, and shall not have been turned in previously to any other instructor for any other course or assignment. Paper length is 1-2 pages not to include the cover page or bibliography. It is to be submitted as a Microsoft Word Document. The assignment shall be an individual effort and not a group project. Since criminal justice is a social science, the writing requirements of the American Psychological Association, otherwise known as the APA, will be in effect for the research paper assignment.

 

-100% Original Work.

Graduate-Level Writing Required.

DUE: Friday, April 3, 2020, by 5 pm Eastern Standard Time.

Identify and research an organization that combats internet crimes against people. (((Examples of such crimes include: human trafficking,

 

When discussing search and seizures or search warrants the individuals constitutional rights are the first thing that comes to mind most considerable the fourth amendment which states “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Therefore, as stated in the fourth amendment no warrants shall be issued unless probable cause is present. To receive a search warrant the officers must support their showings with sworn statements (Legal Information Institute, n.d.) Therefore, a search warrant is needed once the officers believe there is probable cause, and only after they submit sworn statements and are approved by a judge to execute the search warrant. Law enforcement must have probable cause to demonstrate to a judge that they have enough suspicion to receive a search warrant. The only policy and practice required by the court to attempt to receive a search warrant is the presence of probable cause (Bowers, 2014).
The exceptions to search warrants include searches incident to an arrest, consent searches, vehicle searches, container searches, and emergency circumstances (AMU Lesson 3, 2020). Searches incident to an arrest allows a warrantless search of an arrested individual so that officer is safe, the suspect cannot escape, and to preserve evidence.

respond to this discussion question in 100 words

 

Help me to write two Discussion answers. Each one least 100 words and write great quality. you need to read the congress and its member Chapter 8&9 first.

Question 4 (( 350 words ))
Mr. Ibrahim and his friends started working towards forming an LLC  and submitted their application for the formation.  They decided to have a total Share Capital contribution to RO. 15,000 and also had intentions to have additional RO. 6,000 raised by public subscription, but maintained all details confidential. The application was analyzed carefully by the team involved in registration and rejected the same on the grounds of incompleteness.  The committee further added that norms are not met and hence asked Mr. Ibrahim to comply with all requirements with a time period of 6 months or to bear the after-effects.

Answer the following:
a) Analyse the facts related to the case.??????        (4 Marks)

b) Discuss the reasons for rejection of the application  by the Authorities with reference to Oman Commercial Company Law ?  ?????   ?   (4 Marks)

c) Discuss the after-effects of non-compliance with the rules of formation.   (2 Marks)

 

Question 1: Was the arrest of Mayo a legal arrest? Discuss why. Please include the components of a reasonable arrest and whether or not they were met with Mayo.
Looking at the data we have I think that Mr. Mayo's arrest was legal as the officer had probable cause.  He has the dead body of Mr. Scowen to know the crime had occurred, he had witnesses’ statements and then the officer had Mr. Mayo’s gun that was used in the crime. ("Arrest," n.d.)  Due to the probable cause, a warrantless arrest is legitimate and did not violate the fourth amendment.
Question 2: Did law enforcement need an arrest warrant prior to arresting Mayo? Discuss why. Make sure to support your thoughts.
NO, as stated earlier due to the probable cause I don’t feel like the officer needed the warrant to conduct an arrest of Mr. Mayo.  That doesn’t mean Mr. Mayo is guilty but the probable cause allows the officer to arrest, Mr. Mayo.  To make sure the warrantless arrest stays valid the officer will have to show probable cause that justified making that decision.  The suspect is, however, entitled to a judicial determination within approximately 48 hours. ("Arrest," n.d.)
Question 3: Can law enforcement seize the broken beer bottle and the gun without a search warrant?
Yes, because they are in plain view of the officers while they are securing the crime scene.  Therefore there is no need for a search warrant to be attained for the officer to gather the evidence.  I thought that maybe there would be a “crime scene” exception for gathering evidence.  However, I found there is not, in fact, the Supreme Court argued just because homicide is committed at the location doesn’t mean a warrantless search is valid and that a search warrant should be attained. (

respond to this discussion question in 100 words

 

Regular stretching exercises promote flexibility, a component of fitness that permits freedom of movement, contributes to ease and economy of muscular effort, allows for the successful performance of certain activities, and provides less susceptibility to some types of injuries or musculoskeletal problems. What are some advantages and disadvantages of stretching? What guidelines would you propose?

Answer the following question:

An employee of the army while on assignment with a contractor alleged she was raped by a group of coworkers while she was on an assignment in Iraq. The sexual assault took place in the employee’s bedroom in the barracks provided to her by her employer during a time when she was off-duty. Prior to accepting the assignment, she signed an agreement to use a dispute resolution process culminating in arbitration for legal claims “related to her employment including any and all personal injury claim(s) arising in the workplace.”

Discuss whether the arbitration agreement prevents this employee from suing her employer for allowing the assault to occur.
See, Jones v. Halliburton Co. d/b/a KBR Kellog Brown & Root, 583 F.3d 228 (5th Cir. 2009)
Please be sure to validate your opinions and ideas with citations and references in APA format.