Robinhood Analysis #2

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For this assignment, you are to objectively analyze the issue of extreme/outrageous conduct within our Robinhood hypothetical. This should include sections for the rule/law, brief conclusion, thorough analysis, and conclusion. Remember to use probability language and present arguments for BOTH sides. Furthermore, La. C.C. art. 2315.6 is NOT the rule for this hypothetical. You should not be analyzing anything about the relationship between Dominique and his parents. The Lejeune case does NOT address IIED, it analyzes NIED. However, there is some language and analysis you can apply to our Robinhood hypothetical concerning the "severe emotional distress" element.                                Give rule regarding of extreme/outrageous conductPrevious assignment attached for reference..Use the following 5 cases as resources:       Hairford v. CenturyTel Inc., 856 So.…
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Bennis v. Michigan, 516 U.S. 442 (1996)

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Complete a legal Brief  using the FIRAC method of the case of Bennis v. Michigan, 516 U.S. 442 (1996).Make sure to address what constituted a “taking” in this case.What caused the case to be decided the way it was?After writing the Brief, Shepardize and follow up on this case through your legal online encyclopedia. What has the practical effect of this case been in the area of forfeitures and public seizures? Also remember to analyze this case in light of the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. 
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Mapping the Criminal Justice Process

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InstructionsMap (diagram) the criminal justice process stages from arrest through final appeal. You may use a simple flow chart or you may choose another type of chart to diagram.After diagramming, take three of the stages and explain them in detail. This assignment is worth fifteen percent of your final grade, so please ensure you produce high quality graduate work. Ensure you properly Bluebook your resources.The grading criteria is:Accurately diagram the process (40%)Describe in detail three of the stages (40%)Quality of writing (10%)Proper Bluebook citations (10%)
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legal studies

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Topic 1: Refer to Chapter 3, The Project Work Process,” p. 40 to 44. According to the author, research is built upon existing research. It is expected that a research topic is new, and takes on new aspects that respond to the changes in society. It becomes important to justify undertaking a project that does not repeat what is found in the existing body of literature. It is also important to state the objectives of your proposed study choosing between descriptive and normative types of research. For this discussion:Justify your chosen research topic.Describe how it is a manageable, one-person, research topic to investigate and study.State whether your research topic is descriptive or normative in nature as a goal you wish to achieve.
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The constitution was designed to be a flexible document. Identify several sections of the constitution that provide flexibility and discuss how those sections have affected particular branches of government.

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4%: An introductory sentence16%: Using your own words, identify and describe your answer to the question.16%: Discuss several examples (at least 2) from the reading that supports your answer, and use those examples to further illustrate your argument.4%: A thesis statement: Summarize your main idea
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DB: The Future

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Only bid if you are familiar with bluebook style citations.Must include biblical references. Tie at least one bible verse.A drone strike in Yemen in September 2011, authorized by President Obama, removed U.S. citizen Anwar al Awlakifrom the battlefield. Following the drone strike, it was reported that U.S. citizens were fighting for ISIL, and ISIL had threatened to carry out attacks inside the United States. First, from a Christian perspective, should our society live in fear of the threat of terrorism?  Second, is the targeted killing of suspected terrorists extra-judicial executions or a legitimate means of anticipatory self-defense?
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PROFESSIONAL LETTER ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS

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you will be drafting a professional letter to your client explaining the decision of the court. You are continuing with the same facts and issues that you have covered thus far. By now, the facts and law should be as familiar to you as the back of your hand. Your instructor will provide a summary of the decision of the court. It will be up to you to advise your client on the decision of the court and what they should do next. Instructions Follow the format that has been included in your textbook and in the prompt provided by your professor. This includes the headings and sections. Make sure your brief is: ·         1 to 2 pages in length. ·         Does not include a cover page or running heads. ·         Single-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font. ·         Follows the format for an advice letter.
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Products Liability

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Instructions:Your initial posts should be at a minimum of 200 words.Your posts should demonstrate an understanding of the assigned readings and include references to at least two (2) sources outside of your textbook. Please strive to use primary sources of law such as statutes, cases, and/or administrative rules and regulations. You may also cite secondary sources of law such as treatises.Mowumdown Company manufactures a revolutionary lawnmower that mows lawns without a human operator. The lawnmower starts selling like hotcakes and Harry, the owner of a hardware store, can barely keep the item in stock. Fast Stocker, Inc., delivers new shipments of the lawnmower to the store at least weekly, sometimes twice a week, if it can be managed, in order to keep up with demand. The lawnmower has a design…
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of Zora Neale Hurstons Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick

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you are to type a double-spaced, analytical essay of at least two pages in length, focusing on Zora Neale Hurston’s short story collection, Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick. Because this assignment asks you to write analytically, the first item to note is that you should not write a plot summary, essentially telling the reader what happens in one or more of the stories. Instead, focus on an issue of critical importance—for instance, some issue or character conflict that may arise in a particular story or group of stories; perhaps a theme or other central issue that recurs throughout the collection; maybe the author’s use of symbolism; possibly, as we’ve discussed, her application of certain dialect and the implications of this; or some other issue of relevance to…
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sources of law, analysis of cases, application to facts in specific cases

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PurposeThis project focuses on sources of law, analysis of cases, application to facts in specific cases. For this project, you will conduct basic legal research, analyze facts and issues, and apply relevant law to facts. Outcomes Met by Completing this AssignmentApply an understanding of sources of law and structures of the legal system to recommend actions in the legal environment.Evaluate factual situations and make recommendations based on statutory and case law.Background & InstructionsBernie asks you and the other interns to complete an analysis of a client’s scenario/case based upon three appellate opinions and make a recommendation based on your analysis. You will note that we are assisting the same client we assisted in Learning Activity #3, Mrs. Smith. Read the scenario below and answer the questions that follow. After the scenario, you are given…
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