Assignment 1

Assignment 1  Do you think sleepwalking is/should be a valid defense to a crime? ReadPsychology Today: Sleepwalking Killers (Dec 2012)LA Times: Sleepwalking Defense in Killing (Jun 2004)Sleep Forensic Associates: SleepwalkingABC: …

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How could the Jury commit Type I and Type II errors in this situation?

How could the Jury commit Type I and Type II errors in this situation? Discussion board The Discussion for this session addresses a concept mentioned in this week’s readings: The …

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About the seriousness of the drug problem in America

About the seriousness of the drug problem in America HUS 4561: Social Problems and Policy Leon-Guerrero, A. (2018). Social problems: Community, policy, and social action (6th Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: …

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The goal of this assignment is to assess the impact of race in your chosen state.

The state to us in Florida and the community to use is Boynton Beach Florida The Geography of Race The goal of this assignment is to assess the impact of …

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What crimes are Joe and Pete guilty of?

L4430 Please assist with the discussion board question Joe and Pete are roommates and computer consultants, They share the same computer. Even though they are both in their forties, they …

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After reading this week’s articles do you feel if fetishes are a crime?

Week 5 Discussion Learning Goal: I’m working on a law question and need support to help me learn. Discussion #5: After reading this week’s articles do you feel if fetishes …

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A definition and description of the Uniform Crime Report.

UCR Performance Task Scenario In June of 2016, you begin your first week as an intern at the Happy Town Police Department. As an intern, you develop a good rapport …

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Identify at least two considerations that must be addressed when developing a search warrant application during an investigation of computer-related crime.

Electronic Search Warrants Identify at least two considerations that must be addressed when developing a search warrant application during an investigation of computer-related crime. How does a single crime scene …

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