The book needed to complete this essay is Cases and Materials on Criminal Law b

The book needed to complete this essay is Cases and Materials on Criminal Law by Joshua Dressler and Garvey, 9th ed. West Pub. 2022. ISBN: 978-1647087708
Fully answer all of the following questions. Give reasoned answers in essay form (not bullet points or lists). The expectation is that the exam in total should be between 8-12 pages (based on past similar exams) but that is just a guesstimate. Answers will be graded on analysis of the issues and concepts needed to deal with the hypotheticals. Do your own work — the assignment will be uploaded via SafeAssign, so if you quote something, an in-text citation is OK. 1. a. Read the Greenwalt article from the Dressler text pp. 34-35 and answer questions 1 and 2 on p. 36
b. Read and fully answer Question 4 from p. 42 of the Dressler text.
c . Read Coker v. Georgia from pp. 76-81 and fully answer Questions 1 and 2 from pp. 81-82.
2. a. Discuss causation and its various concepts as discussed in class and the text.
b. In addition, answer the following hypotheticals:
Who is at fault for Y, D, and F’s deaths, and why in the following hypotheticals? Give a reasoned answer using the concepts of causation covered in class and the text.
Hypothetical Facts: X and Y steal property from Z’s riverfront home. The thieves fled in a boat. Z fires two shots at the boat, seeking (unlawfully) to kill or scare them. i. X, fearful of another shot, dives into the water causing the boat to capsize. Y drowns.
ii. The boat – now unmanned – drifts a ½ mile downstream and over a waterfall striking D and killing her as well. Discuss the causation issues and who might be criminally culpable in this scenario. iii. B nearly drowns and is rescued by a passerby (E), who puts him in his car to get him to the hospital. E is intoxicated and crashes the vehicle killing Y and bicyclist F.
3. Do the Problems from Question 2 (A-F) on p. 236 in the Dressler text. Explain the reasoning in your answers and explore the possibilities available.
4. Fully analyze the following problems.
a. Smith, a pedestrian, was struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk and was seriously injured. Jones was driving the car that hit Smith. An ambulance was called to the scene, and Smith was rushed immediately to the hospital. Unfortunately, all of this occurred amid a heavy snowstorm, and on the way to the hospital, the ambulance hit a patch of ice and careened off the road killing the ambulance driver, the EMT, and Smith. Jones has been charged with homicide in the deaths of all three crash victims. Is she guilty of these alleged crimes? Fully explain why or why not.
b. Burr, in a jealous rage, shot his victim, Hamilton, twice in the head after he saw Hamilton flirting with his girlfriend. When Hamilton reached the hospital, his heart was still beating, but he had suffered irreversible brain damage and loss of brain function (as evidenced by EEG and other medical evidence). Hamilton’s family agreed to have his artificial ventilation turned off (it was keeping his heart beating) so his organs could be harvested for transplantation.
Burr is charged with first-degree murder in Hamilton’s death. His defense attorney argues that the doctors who disconnected Hamilton’s ventilator were the cause of his death — not Burr. Is the defense counsel correct — why or why not? What if Hamilton’s family refused treatment due to his religious convictions, and he subsequently died?
5. Consider the different standards of Mens Rea dealt with in the text and class. Answer Questions 1, 2, and 3 (and subparts) from p. 176-77 in the Dressler casebook. Explain the reasoning behind your answers. The Model Penal Code statute (MPC) is in the textbook.

The book needed to complete this essay is Cases and Materials on Criminal Law b

The book needed to complete this essay is Cases and Materials on Criminal Law by Joshua Dressler and Garvey, 9th ed. West Pub. 2022. ISBN: 978-1647087708
Fully answer all of the following questions. Give reasoned answers in essay form (not bullet points or lists). The expectation is that the exam in total should be between 8-12 pages (based on past similar exams) but that is just a guesstimate. Answers will be graded on analysis of the issues and concepts needed to deal with the hypotheticals. Do your own work — the assignment will be uploaded via SafeAssign, so if you quote something, an in-text citation is OK. 1. a. Read the Greenwalt article from the Dressler text pp. 34-35 and answer questions 1 and 2 on p. 36
b. Read and fully answer Question 4 from p. 42 of the Dressler text.
c . Read Coker v. Georgia from pp. 76-81 and fully answer Questions 1 and 2 from pp. 81-82.
2. a. Discuss causation and its various concepts as discussed in class and the text.
b. In addition, answer the following hypotheticals:
Who is at fault for Y, D, and F’s deaths, and why in the following hypotheticals? Give a reasoned answer using the concepts of causation covered in class and the text.
Hypothetical Facts: X and Y steal property from Z’s riverfront home. The thieves fled in a boat. Z fires two shots at the boat, seeking (unlawfully) to kill or scare them. i. X, fearful of another shot, dives into the water causing the boat to capsize. Y drowns.
ii. The boat – now unmanned – drifts a ½ mile downstream and over a waterfall striking D and killing her as well. Discuss the causation issues and who might be criminally culpable in this scenario. iii. B nearly drowns and is rescued by a passerby (E), who puts him in his car to get him to the hospital. E is intoxicated and crashes the vehicle killing Y and bicyclist F.
3. Do the Problems from Question 2 (A-F) on p. 236 in the Dressler text. Explain the reasoning in your answers and explore the possibilities available.
4. Fully analyze the following problems.
a. Smith, a pedestrian, was struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk and was seriously injured. Jones was driving the car that hit Smith. An ambulance was called to the scene, and Smith was rushed immediately to the hospital. Unfortunately, all of this occurred amid a heavy snowstorm, and on the way to the hospital, the ambulance hit a patch of ice and careened off the road killing the ambulance driver, the EMT, and Smith. Jones has been charged with homicide in the deaths of all three crash victims. Is she guilty of these alleged crimes? Fully explain why or why not.
b. Burr, in a jealous rage, shot his victim, Hamilton, twice in the head after he saw Hamilton flirting with his girlfriend. When Hamilton reached the hospital, his heart was still beating, but he had suffered irreversible brain damage and loss of brain function (as evidenced by EEG and other medical evidence). Hamilton’s family agreed to have his artificial ventilation turned off (it was keeping his heart beating) so his organs could be harvested for transplantation.
Burr is charged with first-degree murder in Hamilton’s death. His defense attorney argues that the doctors who disconnected Hamilton’s ventilator were the cause of his death — not Burr. Is the defense counsel correct — why or why not? What if Hamilton’s family refused treatment due to his religious convictions, and he subsequently died?
5. Consider the different standards of Mens Rea dealt with in the text and class. Answer Questions 1, 2, and 3 (and subparts) from p. 176-77 in the Dressler casebook. Explain the reasoning behind your answers. The Model Penal Code statute (MPC) is in the textbook.

In this exercise you have been assigned as the lead detective. You must review

In this exercise you have been assigned as the lead detective. You must review the following scenario as well as look up the listed criminal statutes at Florida online statutes.
Statutes to be reviewed: F.S.S. 812.014 Grand Theft
Copy and Paste the link for the Statute: http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?mode=View%20Statutes&SubMenu=1&App_mode=Display_Statute&Search_String=grand+theft&URL=0800-0899/0812/Sections/0812.014.html
Responding Officer Narrative:
On Monday 01/29/24, I responded to the area of East 6th Street and Magnolia Avenue, where he made contact with David Cuddy in reference to a report that his gold 2013 Chrysler Town & Country van, bearing Florida tag: EBW123, was stolen by an individual he only knew as “Ace.” Cuddy stated that he had met “Ace” within the last few weeks and that he allowed “Ace” to use the vehicle the previous day, for “Ace” to go to Walmart and spend time with his girlfriend. The only stipulation was that “Ace” return the vehicle in a reasonable time frame. Cuddy allowed “Ace” to have the vehicle on Sunday, 01/28/24, and filed the report after “Ace” hadn’t returned the vehicle on January 28, 2024. During the initial investigation, Cuddy signed an Affidavit of Prosecution for charges against “Ace” and stated he wished to pursue charges. Ofc. J. Thurman
Follow up report #1
I contacted Cuddy on Jan 31, 2024, to follow up with him in reference to his report. Cuddy came to the police department and provided me with several text messages shared between him and “Ace,” during which “Ace” confirmed he was in possession of the vehicle and continually made statements that he would return the vehicle soon and provided false locations where Cuddy’s vehicle was located in the local area.
Follow up report #2
On Feb. 04, 2024, DeFuniak Springs Police Department contacted our agency to advise that their agency recovered the vehicle stolen in this case. Cpl. L. Span took the report and ensured the vehicle was removed from FCIC/NCIC. The vehicle was impounded by DSPD to be recovered by Cuddy. Upon returning to work Monday, February 06, 2024, I contacted DSPD and spoke with Det. White provided me with information that Leslie Cohen was located in the passenger seat of the vehicle, which was parked at a motel in their city. The DSPD report stated that Cohen was not legally in possession of the vehicle as she did not have the keys, and they were not in the vehicle. Cohen was arrested on an oustanding warrant out of Bay County and was being extradited back this afternoon. I will make contact with her at the Bay County Jail to conduct an interview regarding this incident.
****ALSO SEE FILE IN MODULE FOR PHOTOS: they are attached*
There are 3 Parts to this assignment this is the first. The second part will be the Mock Interview Oral Competency portion that will take place in Module 9. The third part will be a critique and feedback discussion board in Module 10.
I. Rubric For Written Plan (5 points) You are to prepare a line of 10 to 15 questions to conduct an interview with the witness Ms. Leslie Cohen. You will want to obtain as much information in your line of questioning to help in identifying the perpetrator as well as meet the elements of the offenses you believe were committed. Written Plan: (5 points) should consist of an Outline Addressing the following Questions and uploaded in the submission area in Module
What initial steps will you take to build rapport with the witness? (.5) pts
What are the legal consideration in this situation? Ethical considerations? 1 pts
What oral communication strategies do you plan to use during the interview? 1 pts
How will you present yourself professionally during the interview? (.5) pts
What are the five most important items you need to determine during the interview and what 10-15 questions do you plan to ask to elicit the information? 2 pts

Respond to each questions include various sources, make sure to not use Al; Man

Respond to each questions include various sources, make sure to not use Al;
Many police department use sting operations to enforce the criminal law regarding crimes such
as drugs and prostitution.
1. Evaluate when and how a sting operation may have crossed the line and become entrapment. That is to say explain in detsail and with hypothetical examples at what point a sting operation changes to entrapment.
2. Do you believe that such types of law enforcement should be abolished? Why or why not?
3. What do they think would happen if sting operations were abolished?
4. What about programs like “To Catch a Predator?

In 200 to 400 words discuss how fusion centers have changed in the United States

In 200 to 400 words discuss how fusion centers have changed in the United States from post 9/11 to today and how fusion centers play a role in counterterrorism strategies.
As a part of this assignment, you are required to read the web page Appendix 1 – Establishing a National Integrated Network of State and Major Urban Area Fusion Centers, which was originally published by the Bush administration in 2007 (updated in 2012) and outlines the initial role of fusion centers in the United States. This will provide the historical context and background information for your essay. Review the updated National Strategy for Information Sharing and Safeguarding document.

– ir introducing yourself, credentials, qualifications, and academic achievement

– ir introducing yourself, credentials, qualifications, and academic achievements as a means of persuading a hiring manager to consider your resume.
Questions to answer !
-What do you know about the company? This is simple but effective: it shows you how much research a candidate has done. The goal is to find out if a candidate has put time in on researching the industry and how the company is positioned within it.
-Why did you apply?
-What are your key professional strengths? It’s important to know the things that the candidate does well so the company can understand how they might fit into the team.
-Why should we hire you? What’s in it for the organization?
-What’s your definition of hard work
HERE is LINK to COMPANY WEBSITE
https://www.rocsstaffing.com/about/about
HERE IS LINK TO JOB APPLICATION
I am Pursuing
https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=fee4361acf2ae0e2&tk=1hmhq5vpigai7800&from=iiqccs&advn=1713357960565443&adid=425834772&ad=-6NYlbfkN0CnUgOPHli0xq0mgzDVjg2WQcRg_wBDq-AkBGMLTF3wtCpOiNy_7tdhAMEfGbGz47Ir55SU8HVXfcavD1Sj7UOiK30m7miek3bcwgejHSrDJAYaT4PIs5epFVD2PTXCcSKhcGv4UtlG6C2Kv2VY_uNPwFDV7UZZChyFwRdQX0UDdzzHTKhuMl2jAkdzEONyaMJxmb76S2qY8j95KAu3–pgxD3wCLTcftOVrs7Ip9cV1QKABLW2gVjpCA6-Vhrvh_Bd8ru9rrkUrEvXk-5HN7Janow1Fy-TVSJP7cv6hZ3DIPZNZy5JPdiZqg9LzImkIEe907S17rsbbqmIqSOQ3EwE0c2g58MvMAanckpl8J0-LulEiwTa34QW8rTdeyATDzzlvjXOVAG9j0zEd6cxk6psiqdRKE_zMTpXdhSqipt-DysGyFAlyf3Jzwf4opw1jkRbrH20uftF1qdwxJXussRF5bjHas5FW11zpkXR-lEe5wN6kg893zg8jVAN2PecANqWBjdJ8phWoTR6OJPzGxvfugId7DPhZ8OwZEsTsHyCe77mXdvGmSYySgws9tX1w55uio0NiTKuUnbWSCF4gpzbNk816lDqipia4W7cUhOfKvslqLd0ZPT-ylitIJlDvlk%3D&pub=49f70c7ae208572cbb30631ba056f9c50cace3277f6b99df&xkcb=SoAH-_M3ER8X2SWCzJ0PbzkdCdPP&xpse=SoDo6_I3ER8X2SWCzJ0ObzkdCdPP

We will now continue our discussion about the Grand Jury. Last week we briefly d

We will now continue our discussion about the Grand Jury.
Last week we briefly discussed the grand jury’s investigative power. As mentioned, the grand jury
indicts upon a finding of probable cause. Accordingly, the grand jury’s power to investigate is
quite encompassing. As discussed by the US Supreme Court in US v R Enterprises (link appears
below), for the grand jury to determine probable cause, its investigative power is not limited by
probable cause to investigate; the threshold to investigate is way much lower. This is because the
grand jury cannot know in advance what information will be obtained in its investigation. Read
the case below:
https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/498/292/case.html
Last week, we also discussed that a target of an investigation is not constitutionally nor by any
Rule entitled to counsel inside the grand jury. (US v Mandujano; Rule 6) This does not mean that
a grand jury witness or target cannot have his attorney. If he/she does, counsel must wait outside
the grand jury room, and the witness/target is free to walk out and consult whenever necessary.
Because every citizen is required to appear before a grand jury, and normally one will not be under
police custody when so summoned, Miranda Warnings need not be constitutionally given. Hence,
anyone who incriminates or perjures himself before the Grand Jury cannot later invoke a lack of
Miranda Warnings (US v Mandujano page 2 of syllabus).
In addition, because the Grand Jury proceeding constitutes an investigative stage, prior to the
issuance of an indictment many other constitutional rights do not apply. For example, the
government is not required to provide the grand jury any exculpatory evidence (as is required of
the government to provide to the defense once formal criminal charges attach — something we
shall discuss during our class on Discovery) — (US v Williams page 2 of syllabus); likewise the
government can unlike in a criminal trial present evidence that may be suppressed if obtained in
violation of the IVth Amendment prohibition against unreasonable searches and seizures (US v
Calandra page 2 of syllabus). You are not required to read the Williams and Calandra cases,
however, its is recommended.
Witnesses who appear before the Grand Jury must normally answer all questions posed, except
any which may be self-incriminating and are thus protected by the Vth Amendment. Also, certain
questions need not be answered on the grounds of certain few and specific privileges, for example
attorney-client.
A Grand Jury witness cannot generically claim Fifth Amendment privilege. For example, he/she
cannot refuse to provide name, address and other non-incriminating information. Also, a witness
cannot decline to provide physical evidence, such as hair and blood samples, or remove her shirt
to show a scar or tattoo, or even provide a voice or handwriting sample. (US v. Dionisio and US
v Mara page 2 of syllabus — you are not required to read these cases as well; I am including them
for your information).
Witnesses who invoke the Vth Amendment may still be required to answer questions if the
Government immunizes them. That is, under the federal immunity statute, 18 USC sec 6002, once
immunity is given, the witness cannot be charged criminally regarding any testimony given, nor
from evidence derived from the testimony. Immunity, when used properly is a useful tool for the
Government to obtain evidence. If the witness refuses to answer, he/she can be found in criminal
contempt. The following short article and video further explain the concept of immunity. Please
read and view the same:
https://www.whitecollarcrimeresources.com/how-immunity-works-in-federal-criminal-cases.html
. After reading US v R Enterprises, what limits, if any, exist to a federal grand
jury’s investigative power. Please discuss and provide an original example not from
the case.
2. Agree or disagree with the following statement: While the government can
benefit from immunizing a witness, so too can a witness or target benefit from
immunity. Explain your answer.
3. Optional — Have any of you ever participated in a grand jury proceeding to
testify about an investigation? If so, what has been your general experience?
(Because the proceeding is confidential, you need not provide details; also if ongoing
do not answer)

Write at least 400 words on Chap 2 and reply to least two people in at least 150

Write at least 400 words on Chap 2 and reply to least two people in at least 150 words.
A critical recap does not mean summarizing the entire chapter. While a brief summary is acceptable, your classmates and I are most interested in your thoughts and takeaways from the material(s). Here are some questions to ask yourself while reading and completing your post:
What did I learn that I did not previously know?
What did I find most interesting?
How does the content I read/watched relate to previous courses, readings, personal experiences, current events, etc.?
Do I have any critiques and/or questions?
Remember, you are not required to answer these questions, but they may guide you in drafting your critical recap. You must first write and post your recap and then go under two classmates’ post and reply in a minimum of 150 words to receive full credit. As stated in the syllabus, no partial credit will be given, so follow all instructions and check your word counts before submitting (you cannot edit after the fact).

A total of five (5) activities are required and represent approximately 20 to30

A total of five (5) activities are required and represent approximately 20 to30 minutes of work. Excel must be used to produce this assignment. All WGA submitted as Word or PDF will receive an automatic grade of zero. Attend class, ask questions, and make note of pertinent information; e.g. definitions/explanation of terms or concepts not already familiar with Read assigned chapter, highlight challenging/difficult concepts that can be added to the study sheet Consolidate the information gathered from attending class and reading the chapter and prepare the Excel study sheet Excel must be used, construct the three columns Add as many rows as necessary to broadly summarize assigned readings and lecture material (minimum of 5 rows) Rows and columns should be left justified, not centered Include the column headers provided in the template below Ensure the headers are bold font Font should be no larger than 12 Finished study sheet must be a minimum of one (1) page