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All questions require 1 reference and 350 words minimum. Price will be non negot

All questions require 1 reference and 350 words minimum. Price will be non negotiable please.
1.what legally constitutes exigent circumstances regarding searches and seizures. In addition, provide examples of police conduct that do not fall under the exigent circumstances rule and would therefore be in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
2. briefly discuss the impact of the Edwards Rule pertaining to police interviewing and interrogation. In doing so, briefly provide an overview of the U.S. Supreme Court case, Edwards v. Arizona, 451 U.S. 477 (1981). 
3.briefly discuss the impact of forensic evidence on criminal justice case processing. In doing so, also briefly discuss biometric analysis as it may pertain to criminal investigations.
4.briefly list and provide an overview of a few of the different types of sex crimes. In doing so, briefly discuss how an investigator should approach a possible sexual assault investigation

Ethics of Health Care Professionals Complete the ethics self-assessment found on

Ethics of Health Care Professionals
Complete the ethics self-assessment found on American College of Healthcare Executives Web site.
Following your assessment, write a 2–3-page analysis of the areas where you are strong in your ethics and the areas where you may examine further to define or improve your ethical stance.
For example, how might you promote discussion of controversial issues affecting community or patient health?
Identify at least 2 sources that you might use to resolve a personal or professional ethical conflict. Cite at least 1 professional reference using APA format.

Your case brief may contain procedural law issues or tangential questions (do no

Your case brief may contain procedural law issues or tangential questions (do not brief those points).  To prepare a proper brief you must first ascertain the substantive law discussed in the case, i.e. contract, tort, etc. and then develop your brief around those issues.  The operative word is “brief” – so don’t be verbose; yet present it in a manner and format which is easy to read and conveys the essence of the facts, reasoning and ruling. 
Your case to brief is Dallas County Civ. Service v. Warren  988 S.W.2d 864 

Todd Patterson, a 33-year-old husband and father, is a proud gun owner who has m

Todd Patterson, a 33-year-old husband and father, is a proud gun owner who has multiple handguns, shotguns, and two automatic weapons. In this case an automatic weapon is defined as a firearm that continuously fires so long as the user presses the trigger and there is ammunition in the gun.
Todd has no criminal record. When he was 17 years old, after losing both his parents in a plane crash, he had a mental breakdown resulting in a six-month institutionalization. Todd lives in the fictitious state of Varneyland where he works as a social studies teacher and soccer coach at a local high school.
On a sunny morning in a neighboring state, a man with a history of mental illness enters an elementary school and kills 3 teachers and 10 students with an automatic assault rifle. In response to this shooting, many states across the country, including Varneyland, pass legislation requiring the registration of all automatic weapons. As part of the registration process, those seeking to register their automatic weapons are required to submit to a mental health background check.
In filling out the application to register his automatic weapon, Todd reveals his prior institutionalization, but also states that he has not had any mental health issues since he was a teenager. When the state of Varneyland conducts Todd’s mental health background check, it uncovers that Todd had a diagnosis of major depression with suicidal tendencies. Todd’s mental health records also reveal a history of self-harm.
Based on the review of Todd’s mental health records, Varneyland denies Todd’s application to register his automatic weapons and sends Todd a letter demanding that he forfeit his automatic weapons or risk criminal and civil penalties. Because Todd refuses to hand over his automatic weapons, the state police arrest him and charge him with possession of an unregistered automatic weapon (a felony crime under Varneyland law).
At his criminal trial, Todd argues that the registration requirements and his subsequent arrest are violations of his Second Amendment rights.
Based on recent case law, do you think that Todd’s arguments possess any merit? Please be sure to specifically discuss recent case law and how it affects Todd’s case. 
Please note that the recent 2nd Amendment case law is described in the Week 4 Content section of the classroom. 
Please note that your answers have nothing to do with your personal feelings, thoughts or experiences with these issues. Your answers are to be based purely on the law, specifically precedent set by case law. Reviewing the Week 4 content will be very helpful to you in finding relevant case law.

The following discussion comes from your week 1-3 readings. Outside research to

The following discussion comes from your week 1-3 readings. Outside research to address these issues is encouraged. I would suggest using the online library for additional sources of information and research.  In addition, I would recommend utilizing the legal studies program guide. 
Proving intent can be challenging. What kind of crimes require specific intent and how difficult is that to prove? Which crimes might be easier to prove intent than others? What kinds of proof might be used for certain crimes than others?

Attached is the investigation report completed by the police officer called to t

Attached is the investigation report completed by the police officer called to the scene of the crime.  Also, attached is a signed confession by Mayo. Using the investigation report, the signed confession and the facts from week 1 discussion #2, answer the following questions:
1) Is this a valid confession made by Mayo? Discuss why.
2) What will the court look at to determine if this confession will be admitted into evidence at trial?
3) Did the officer conduct an illegal interrogation of Mayo? Discuss why.
CONFESSION MAYO.docx
GLENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT POLICE REPORT.docx

The following discussion comes from your week 4 readings. Outside research to ad

The following discussion comes from your week 4 readings. Outside research to address these issues is encouraged. I would suggest using the online library for additional sources of information and research.  In addition, I would recommend utilizing the legal studies program guide. Please remember to cite your references.
The Fifth Amendment protect individuals against self- incrimination. The Sixth Amendment affords individuals protections in the criminal process.
This discussion asks you to examine the rights afforded to individuals under the Fifth and Sixth Amendment.
Please thoroughly discuss each of the following:
Discuss the difference between an arrest and a custodial interrogation. When must Miranda be given to an individual?
Discuss how the court determines if a confession should be admissible or not. What does the court look for to determine if a confession is voluntarily given? 

3 slides  Topic: The Attorney Work Product Doctrine 2 Slides with relevant infor

3 slides 
Topic: The Attorney Work Product Doctrine
2 Slides with relevant information (Definition, how it works, characteristic) 
1 Slide with case example (can be real from the Florida Bar or can be created)
Resources needs to be included on the slide
If photos / video applies, include the resources on the slide
You can send the information on a word document and I can make the presentation. Please specify the # of slide.

The purpose of this assignment is to understand the relationship between ideolog

The purpose of this assignment is to understand the relationship between ideology of sentencing practices and the effects it has in the real world. Philosophy often never faces the realities it sets in motion. There is evidence that the move from rehabilitation to retribution through Just Desserts had a profound effect on American corrections in the 1980’s-2000’s.Read Chapter 4 in the text and conduct some basic research into the dramatic increase in the prison population during the 1980’s through the early 2000’s using the Nancy Thompson Learning Commons (Kean Library). In your paper, 5-6 pages and no longer than 1250 words, complete the following:
Discuss the effects of changing the nation’s sentencing ideologies from rehabilitation to retribution in its varying forms.
What issues arose that changed the social and political demands for a change in sentencing.
What do you recommend take place to reduce the largest incarceration rate in the world?