Find a recent news article on the Internet that concerns probable cause and criminal procedure.
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word summary of the article in which you analyze the requirements for search and arrest warrants, and how they relate to the right to privacy and probable cause. In addition, discuss exceptions to warrant requirements.
I need these three questions answered with sources from where you found the answer.
How many felony offense classes are there under North Carolina Law?
What are the three types of sentences a person can receive for a felony offense?
How many prior record levels are there and how are the points to determine those levels calculated?
You must watch a one-hour documentary titled “Second Chance Kids”. It is at the bottom of the following instructions. Also, one of your sources must be Introduction to Criminal Justice by John Randolph Fuller. The version of the book is irrelevant in this case. These are the instructions:
Reflection Paper 2
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Instructions: Please read the referenced article on juveniles in prison for murder in PBS Frontline’s “Second Chance Kids.” Write a reflection paper on how the documentary has/has not changed your view of justice. Do you believe that the sentences are fair? Discuss the landmark Supreme Court case and whether it affects juveniles in prison for murder?
Use the parameters on how to write a reflection paper at https://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Reflection-Paper. There is no specific length that I am looking for. Make sure that you use full sentences and paragraphs. Pay attention to your grammar, as it will factor into your grade. You can find the video here: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/second-chance-kids
The analysis must be between 2-4 pages [There must be a reference page]
The analysis must outline:
The major premise of the theoretical school of thought
Outline/discuss the various theories embedded in the school of thought
Strength/weaknesses of the theoretical school of thought
Would you accept/reject this theoretical school of thought when creating laws/criminal justice policies
Policy Implications NO PLAGAIRISM USE CHAPTER 8 from https://www.chegg.com/reader/9781284181807/70–%7B%22dataIndex%22%3A8%2C%22childIndex%22%3A0%2C%22offset%22%3A0%7D/ Textbook is : Criminology: Theory, Research, and policy (5TH EDITION) by Vito & Maahs
SIMON, PLEASE ANSWER THE TWO QUESTIONS AT THE BOTTOM. THE TOP PORTION THAT ASKS ABOUT MY PROFESSIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND I WILL ANSWER MYSELF. THANK YOU. JUST SO YOU KNOW, THIS IS THE FIRST ASSIGNMENT FOR THE NEW COURSE. Introduction—U.S. Supreme Court
Please provide a brief autobiography of your professional and educational experiences, and then answer the following two questions:
Based on your current understanding of the U.S. Supreme Court and its justices, do you believe that the political predispositions of justices affect their legal opinions? Why or why not?
Should the personal, political viewpoints of U.S. Supreme Court justices affect their legal opinions on cases before the court? Why or why not?
The assignment is a paper on the chapter pertaining to juries and judges as decision makers in the course of CJUS 640 (Psychology and the Legal System). I have attached a summary of the chapter for the assignment
The required reference:
Costanzo, M., and Krauss, D. (2018). Forensic and Legal Psychology: Psychological Science Applied to Law, 3rd ed. Worth drafters, Inc. ISBN: 9781319060312.
1.Provide an overview of your understanding of this case (including your
understanding of Sean’s mental illness) (2-3 pages)
2. Provide your expert opinion on how and if this crime could have been
prevented. Why is this important? What changes can we make to address these
issues. (2-3 pages)
3. If you were acting on behalf of the Review Board today and his absolute
discharge was called into question, what would you impose on this offender?
(Detention Order, Conditional Discharge, Absolute Discharge) Discuss your
reasoning using the review board criteria. (1-2 pages)
When I was a police administrative sergeant and part of my duties was recruitment, background investigations, and hiring. The Chief gave me broad discretion in hiring decisions and trusted my judgment. I had an applicant who was an experienced police officer. While conducting his background investigation, found that he had been arrested twice for assault. One assault being a Class A Misdemeanor and the other being a Class B Misdemeanor. I rejected this applicant. I thought that his propensity for resorting to violence would make him a liability to the department. He reapplied, and I shot his application down a second time.
A few weeks later, I was called into the Chief’s office. He told me that he was receiving a lot of political pressure to hire the applicant whom I had twice rejected. I explained my reasons for rejecting the candidate. The Chief said, “I understand that, but I am getting a lot of pressure to hire him, so I am asking if you will sign off on him so we can hire him”.
What would be YOUR response to the Chief? Describe what factors you would have to take into consideration before responding to the Chief’s request.
Prepare a written paper in response to the following prompts:
What developmental and structural similarities exist between prominent Colombian organized crime groups and emerging Mexican organized crime groups? Do these groups pose a greater threat to the United States than domestic organized crime groups? Defend your reasoning.
Assignments should be completed using Microsoft Word in 2 pages double-spaced with proper in-text citations and references provided on a separate page. Only one reference can be the assigned textbook for the course.
TEXTBOOK: Organized Crime (Subscription), 7th Edition BY Michael D. Lyman on
Corrections is an entity of the criminal justice system that is expansive and creates ethical questions. Research an ethical issue related to any aspect of corrections and share your findings. Explain the issue and provide an option on how to correct it. Include your sources to support your proposed correction.
175 words or more