Any topic (writer’s choice)

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
Crj 200 26 Make sure You Read Chapter 3 link is down bellow https://www.transfernow.net/dl/20210923erolg3Ou Ppt 4th amendmentIs on the file attached Watch the video of the Floyd v NY case Watch Floyd v. NY videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTLNwt6kD8k And than answer the question bellow When answering the question utilize evidence from the text book or case law to support your answer.  Please proofread your answers. 1.  What rights are protected under the 4th Amendment? 2. Based on Terry v. Ohio, are stop and frisks illegal? 3. Officers believe that John is selling drugs.  They have seen several people come in and out of his building.  One day when John is not home, the officers knock on John's door to see if they can search his home.  John is not home, but his girlfriend…
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Law, Undergraduate
Youre at a crime scene, which is the home of a suspected drug dealer. You find a computer turned on with three applications running. An online session is also open through a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) connection. Write a one to two page paper outlining what you should do to document the crime scene and collect and package the evidence. Since you are new to this agency in the State of Nebraska, what are the crime scene procedures that should be followed? Deliverable:- Saved in .doc, .docx or .PDF format.- Double-spaced- Do Not compress files.- Must be written in third person.- Must be structured with introduction, body and summary.- Must have supporting sources using APA (American Psychological Association) style.- The use of encyclopedias such as Wikipedia is not permitted for…
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Remedies for Breach of Contract

Law, Undergraduate
Analyze the remedies for Breach of ContractCandie Cardigan as a representative for CARDWARE has decided to auction her strapless giraffe print dress made of silk, satin with velvet markings. This particular dress was used in a movie filmed in S. Africa. The dress had been show cased among other famous dresses in the Silkadonia Actors Guild Museum. Cassie Cardigan was chosen to act as the auctioneer for World Wide Auction House. The bidding for the dress began at $5,000. Pearl has been looking forward to participating in the auction for this dress for over three months. Pearl raised her auction paddle and bid the initial $5,000. Jade also wanted the giraffe print dress and upped the ante to $5,500. The two battled the bidding to where it appeared that Pearl…
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Criminal Justice (Homicide)

Law, Undergraduate
Read the following scenarios. Now, pretend you are the prosecutor and decide what charge should be applied in each scenario. Once you have identified the most appropriate charge, answer the questions that follow the scenarios.Each scenario response is to be at least 150 words. Responses should identify the charge applied to the crime and include detail explaining the events in the scenario that support the charge chosen. All work should be in full, well written sentences with appropriate grammar, spelling, and punctuation.Submitted work should contain the students name, course name, name of assignment and date. It should be neat with 1 margins and New Times Roman 12 Font.Scenario 1:Jill, returning home early one afternoon, finds her husband Jack on the sofa, embracing the next-door neighbor, Sue. In a blind rage,…
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Improper Accounting for Sales

Law, MLA
Article Passage: You are one of three partners in a firm of accountants. Five years ago the firm was appointed as external accountants to a young, successful, and fast-growing company, engaged to prepare year-end accounts and tax returns. The business had started trading with a handful of employees but now has a workforce of 200, while still remaining below the size of the company requiring a statutory audit.Due to your close relationship with the directors of the company (who are its owners) and several of its staff, you become aware that staff purchases of goods manufactured by the company are authorized by production managers, and then processed outside the accounting system. The proceeds from these sales are used to fund the firms Christmas party.Key fundamental principles (Require Answers)Integrity: Would omitting…
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Public Administration Politics

Law, MLA
Please read the following case study and answer the two questions presented, in a 4-6 page narrative.Bearfield, D. A. (2005). Starting a new job. In K. Callahan, D. Olshfski, & E. Schwella (Eds.) Global Public Management: Cases and Comments. (163-164) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications Inc.A.  Lindas appointment represents a transition that many public leaders and managers will experience during their careers. This experience is also similar to the process of initiating new organizational policies and procedures. If you were in her position, how would you initiate change or challenge your subordinates to change? Obviously, some amount of trust and rapport would need to be developed. The course mentions that the Lindas technical skills are weak, although this is the area that her staff should be strong with. Is this…
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Jurisdiction and Courts

Law, Undergraduate
American Business Financial Services, Inc. (ABFI), a Pennsylvania firm, sells and services loans to businesses and consumers. First Union National Bank, with its principal place of business in North Carolina, provides banking services. Alan Boyer, an employee of First Union, lives in North Carolina and has never been to Pennsylvania. In the course of his employment, Boyer learned that the bank was going to extend a $150 million line of credit to ABFI. Boyer then attempted to manipulate the stock price of ABFI for personal gain by sending disparaging e-mails to ABFIs independent accounting auditors in Pennsylvania. Boyer also posted negative statements about ABFI and its management on a stock bulletin boards and fed false information to the news media. ABFI filed a suit in a Pennsylvania state court against…
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Decision Making and Problem Solving as a Manager and Leader

Law, Undergraduate
Assignment Questions1. (A) List and explain the 3 levels of decision-making categorized by the level in the organizational hierarchy and provide examples of each. (B) List and explain the 3 types of decisions categorized by who carries them out.2. List and explain in detail the difference between (A) left-brain, (B) right-brain, and (C) whole-brain thinking?3. List and explain the 9 basic methods for making decisions or problem-solving.4. Explain in detail (A) FFA, (B) NGT, (C) the Delphi, and (D) the Modified Delphi Technique.5. List and explain the Seven-Step Decision Making/Problem-Solving Process.6. List and explain in detail the 4 components of Problem Solving Policing and how each compares with the 7-Step Problem-Solving Process.7. (A) Explain the Problem Analysis Triangle.  (B) List the 4 questions CPTED is designed to answer.  (C) Explain…
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law

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
Need two separate questions answered on two different pages In 150 words each.1. What do you see as the biggest challenge for state and local jurisdictions in their efforts to address cybercrime? Justify your answer.2. Assess the framework for government coordination between the federal, state, and local levels to address cybercrime? What aspects do you see as beneficial? What aspects do you think need improvement?https://www.engadget.com/2019-07-26-local-governments-are-still-woefully-unprepared-to-fight-ransomw.htmlhttps://us-cert.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/ncirp/National_Cyber_Incident_Response_Plan.pdfhttps://www.policeforum.org/assets/docs/Critical_Issues_Series_2/the%20role%20of%20local%20law%20enforcement%20agencies%20in%20preventing%20and%20investigating%20cybercrime%202014.pdfhttps://jnslp.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Challenges-and-Opportunities-in-State-and-Local-Cybercrime-Enforcement.pdf
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Law

APA (edition "APA 6"), Law
After you read the readings and listen to the instructor remarks, write a 3-5 page paper for your boss (the Deputy Director for Administration) on how you would approach designing an ADR process to resolve sexual harassment complaints for the National Park Service (NPS). Address the issues in:Designing an ADR Process for the National Park ServiceAllegations of sexual harassment at the National Park Service continue. The Inspector Generalfor the Interior Department that oversees the Park Service, for example, found a pattern ofunwanted advances and attention, plus inappropriate comments, made to female Park Serviceemployees at Canaveral National Seashore. Former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell stated thatreports of sexual harassment at the National Park Service are probably just the tip of theiceberg and that cultural problems throughout the system are likely to be…
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