Research Paper InstructionsSubmit a 10–12-page paper (not including the title page, abstract, and reference page) in current APA format in which the May-Can-Should (How) approach is applied in an in-depth fashion to a policy issue of your choice.Instead of focusing on just one policy analysis proposal, you must discuss 2–3 alternatives for solving your chosen policy problem. Accordingly, you must pay close attention to the grading rubric and use the Research Paper Template to properly format your paper. Both documents are provided. Also note the Policy Brief vs. Final Paper comparison document for clarification on the similarities and differences between the Final Paper and the Policy Brief.You must include citations from:All of the required reading presentations from Modules/Week 1–2,The course texts, and15–20 additional scholarly sources.READINGS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM MODULE WEEKS 1-2WEEK 1:Kraft & Furlong: chs. 1–3Monsma: chs. 1–2Presentation: Introduction to the Study of Public Policy and Policy AnalysisPresentation: Worldview Implications for Policy AnalysisPresentation: Progressivism and Pulbic AnlaysisWEEK 2:Textbook ReadingsKraft & Furlong: chs. 4–6Monsma: chs. 3–5BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES of GOVERNMENT: You should still have this article, if not, let me know and I’ll send it to you.This is all the information needed to complete the research paper. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.


There is a difference between a crime scene investigator and a coroner’s investigator. There is also a difference between a coroner and a medical examiner. There are 3 ways to determine the time of death:Livor mortisRigor mortisAlgor mortisAssignment GuidelinesFirst, revise your Unit 4 Outline according to instructor feedback and peer review.Next, using the outline as a base, address the following questions, and add your responses to your Assignment final draft:What restrictions apply to a crime scene investigator with regard to a body within the crime scene? Explain.What is the role of a coroner’s investigator? Explain.What is a coroner? Explain.What is a medical examiner? Explain.What is the difference between livor mortis, rigor mortis, and algor mortis?Do you believe that every jurisdiction should have a coroner or a medical examiner? Why or why not?Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

Review the following case scenario, and identify all criminal acts

Review the following case scenario, and identify all criminal acts. For each criminal act identified, discuss the elements and whether you believe the defendant or defendants can be convicted. You should use case law and any federal or state statutes to support your position.Jane Doe was a janitor for the exclusive T-Partay Condominium complex. She only had a fourth-grade education and was considered “slow” because of a childhood illness. Her father was a friend of the owner of the complex and gave her the job. Most of the residents were quite wealthy. Jane had access to apartment keys and would often do wellness checks on the residents and make minor repairs. She did not carry a weapon for self-defense, but she did own a firearm, which she kept in her apartment. She resented the fact that her employer had so much money and only paid her minimum wage. She was 40 years old and could barely pay her rent. Therefore, she was receptive when Jack Brown told her that he would pay her $500 if he could obtain the key to Mrs. Wealthy’s apartment from Jane. Mrs. Wealthy was an affluent and socially prominent widow who resided at T-Partay. Jane gave Jack the key in exchange for the money. She believed Jack was going to use the key to simply take valuables from Mrs. Wealthy’s apartment. Instead, Jack, who was a part of a credit card scam ring, planned to pretend he was a good Samaritan by returning a lost key to Mrs. Wealthy that he found in the lobby. Jack thought that his ploy would give him access to Mrs. Wealthy’s apartment, where he planned to steal credit cards and bank statements.Jack’s plan worked. He gave the key back to Mrs. Wealthy, who thanked him and invited him into her apartment for crumpets and cookies. When Mrs. Wealthy went to the restroom, Jack went through her purse and took a bank statement and no-limit credit card. Jack took the information back to his crew, and they started making phony checks and opened another credit line in Mrs. Wealthy’s name.Jane found out about what Jack was up to when she learned that Mrs. Wealthy lost her entire life savings and was forced to move to a homeless shelter. Jane became addicted to pain pills and was deeply depressed. She sent Jack a letter and told him she would kill him if he did not send her more money. Jack refused and sent an associate to kill her. The associate, Jim, a convicted felon, broke into Jane’s home. Before he could pull out a gun, Jane shot him dead.A few weeks later Mrs. Wealthy was wandering in the parking lot when she saw Jack. By this time, her money and her mind were gone. She thought Jack was the devil and shot him. Eventually, Jack was charged, among other things, with the attempted murder of Jane.Assignment GuidelinesAddress the following questions regarding the above scenario:With what crimes can the individuals in the scenario be charged? Explain your reasoning.JaneJackMrs. WealthyWhat defenses could be employed for any of the individuals? Explain.Do any mitigating or aggravating factors exist for the charges that could be brought upon these individuals? Why or why not? Explain.Be sure to reference all sources using APA style.

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Review Chapter 8 in the course text, Research Design, and the “Quantitative Methods: Examples” media segment.Explain how survey and experimental methods—including components, terminology, elements, statistics, etc.—are similar and different.Determine which kinds of research questions would be served by a survey or an experimental method.Examine the reasons why reliability and validity are important in research.Generalize about how popular quantitative methods are in your discipline.With these thoughts in mind:Post by Day 3, 2–3 paragraphs that compare survey strategies of inquiry with experimental strategies of inquiry.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the reading(s) and/or media segment(s) and use APA format.

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Respond to your colleagues’ postings in one or more of the following ways:Ask a probing question.Share an insight from having read your colleague’s posting.Offer and support an opinion.Validate an idea with your own experience.Make a suggestion.Expand on your colleague’s posting.The philosophy of science is to gain an understanding the concept of science trying to understand how it works. Seeking the meaning to all of the factors of science wanting to grasp exactly how it works and the meaning behind many of the theories that are being worked on.Paradigm is an established system or way of doing things.  Epistemology refers to a Theory of knowledge, a theory of how human beings come to have knowledge of the world around them—of how we know what we know. Epistemology provides a philosophical grounding for establishing what kinds of knowledge are possible and for deciding how knowledge can be judged as being both adequate and legitimate. In the social sciences, the term is used in the context of deciding which scientific procedures produce reliable social scientific knowledge. refers to a Theory of knowledge, a theory of how human beings come to have knowledge of the world around them—of how we know what we know. Epistemology provides a philosophical grounding for establishing what kinds of knowledge are possible and for deciding how knowledge can be judged as being both adequate and legitimate. In the social sciences, the term is used in the context of deciding which scientific procedures produce reliable social scientific knowledge.Ontology is a branch of philosophy that is concerned with the nature of what exists. It is the study of theories of being, theories about what makes up reality.All of these terms go hand in hand with research because we have to understand these terms when we are preparing to do any kind of research.  If a researcher is about to start the establishment of study they must first know that there is a philosophy of why they are doing what they trying to accomplish with the research. The other terms such as paradigm describes a way of doing things that may be habit for a researcher or some sort of habit they may need to form when researching. These terms guides the researcher through what the research consist of.Blaikie, N. (2004). Epistemology. In Michael S. Lewis-Beck, A. Bryman, & Tim Futing Liao (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. doi:

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Complete the Addressing International Legal and Ethical Issues simulation.Write a 350-word summary. In your paper, answer the following questions:What are the issues involved in resolving legal disputes in international transactions?What are some practical considerations of taking legal action against a foreign business partner based in another country?What factors could work against CadMex’s decision to grant sublicensing agreements?When the local customs and laws conflict with the customs and laws of an organization operating abroad, which should prevail? Explain why.How would you compare the issues in this simulation to the domestic legal issues discussed in your Week One readings? How should companies resolve domestic and international issues differently?Below you will find the internet site for this assignment…..

Violence and Drugs in Centervale—Defending AbbyT

Having successfully completed law school, you are now a second-year defense attorney with the state. You have been entrusted with the task of defending Abby, who has been charged with illegal farming of marijuana with intent to sell and illegal possession of firearms. Abby has never been charged with a crime before. The firearms possession charge is a misdemeanor in your state, and the marijuana charge is a felony. During the course of review of the case, you have been provided with the following information:The police report filed by Officer Edward, which contains all the information regarding the events leading up to the arrest of your client. The report also includes the observations of Edward’s former partner (who has since been promoted to detective). You look in through the front door, and while there is only one light on in the house, you observe what appears to be a bong and a baggie of marijuana on the coffee table in the front room of the house. Because Edward is standing with Abby and there are two other officers outside with Bobby, you decide to enter the house to take a closer look.You discover that there is indeed a bong and a baggie of marijuana on the table. Looking under the couch next to the coffee table, you discover a shotgun as well.   (These are the observations of Edward’s former partner).A search warrant for the home and subsequent documentation mentioning that drug paraphernalia and marijuana were found in the front room of the house. The documentation also mentions that a shotgun was found, bearing your client’s and her boyfriend’s fingerprints, under the couch in the same room.A copy of a statement by your client but not signed by her, which appears to be a confession that she made in the car on the way to the police station. In the statement, she claimed that she just needed to sell a little more marijuana to raise an additional $1,500 so she would have $10,000 to bail her boyfriend, Bobby, out of jail.In addition, twenty marijuana plants were found in the basement of the house, along with $8,500 in cash and a receipt book filled with Abby’s handwriting.When you interview your client, she states that she barely recalls that evening, because she was completely drunk at the time the police showed up. She tells you that she doesn’t even remember being in the police car and has no idea that she was told her rights, because she didn’t sober up until the following morning.She denies any knowledge of the marijuana plants in the basement of the house but states that the other marijuana on the table was just there for a party she and Bobby were going to have later that night. She also tells you that she is about four months pregnant with Bobby’s child. You have Abby’s trial starting the next morning.Utilizing APA guidelines, citing your sources in text, and creating a corresponding reference page, cite relevant case law and specific information from external sources, present a 6- to 8-page research paper to illustrate how you would defend your client. All CJA papers should be submitted using APA format, i.e., Times New Roman 12, double spaced with title page and reference page. Please address the following issues specifically in your paper:Can any of the evidence found in your client’s home be suppressed? If so, why and on what grounds?Can any of the statements uttered by your client at the crime scene or in the patrol car be used against her? Can any of them be suppressed? Why?Can the state meet its burden of proof in this case? If not, why not? What can you argue to defend your client on the basis of the evidence listed in the case?Can your client’s best interest be served by engaging in trial? Or would it be better for her in the long run to make a plea. If so, what might your request be to the prosecuting attorney for a plea deal?Assuming your client is found guilty on felony charges stemming from the marijuana possession, what argument might you make to the judge and the jury regarding sentencing? What constitutional amendment supports your theory and why?The yellow highlighted information is what has to be in my paper – it has to be a minimum of 6 pages and those 6 pages cannot include the reference page.  I am an umemployed student living on disability hence the reason for school so I can get a decent job and get off disability – the amount in “I’m willing to pay”:  is all I can afford – hope someone can and is willing to do a decent job for the price.  Main objective for me is to avoid plagiarism.

Module 3: Assignment 1

Assignment 1: Corporate Labor Relations PolicyWrite a double-spaced, three-page research article on the instances of ethical breaches in corporate labor relations. Complete the following tasks to create the article.Task 1: By Friday, July 12, 2013, research the Internet for reports on U.S.-based organizations that have allegedly breached laws related to ethical conduct in business with respect to labor or human resources. Limit your research to affirmative action and equal employment opportunity requirements. Identify two examples of poor corporate labor relations policy, related to affirmative action and equal employment opportunity requirements, along with examples of the breaches.Task 2: On Saturday, July 13, 2013, analyze the available information, including case studies, to determine whether these breaches were downright unlawful. To determine if these breaches were illegal, you may search for and analyze the rulings from the following bodies:Department of LaborEqual Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)Provide insight into employee rights related to the two examples you chose.Task 3: On Sunday, July 14, 2013, compile the research article. Use the following format:Page 1: A summary of the two ethical breaches related to affirmative action and equal employment opportunity requirements.Page 2: Analysis of these ethical breaches from the legal point of view with appropriate referencesPage 3: A summary of employee rights related to the two ethical breaches you identifiedAll written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.By Monday, July 15, 2013, post the research article to the M3: Assignment 1 Dropbox.Grading Criteria:Maximum PointsProvided the required examples of poor corporate labor relation policy and of the exact breaches4Provided a logically sustainable analysis of these breaches from a legal perspective4Cited appropriate references to support the legal analysis4Provided appropriate examples of employee rights related to the breaches4Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources, displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.8Total24


You are a new forensic psychologist in a minimum security prison, and you are interviewing a new inmate. The inmate was sentenced to 2 years for aggravated assault on a minor, a 17-year-old friend of his son. During the interview, the inmate states that he took the blame for the assault to protect his son. Because his son and his friends were drinking, they really did not have any recollection of what happened. The state’s attorney wanted to file charges against his son because he was 19 and his friend was only 17. When the father was told of the possible arrest, he made up a story about what happened because his son was accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy, and he could not let him be arrested; he felt that he needed to protect his son’s future.Your obligation to this case is to write a report to the judge on the inmate’s progress in prison. The inmate is eligible for early release because of good behavior. Bound by physician–client privilege, you know that this cannot be discussed with anyone. However, your own conscience is telling you that you must disclose this information to the judge.Write a minimum of 2 paragraphs explaining whether or not you should disclose this information to the judge and why. Justify your answer based on sound moral judgment, values, and consequences of actions, using an ethical decision-making process. What would the potential consequences be for your decision? When responding to classmates’ posts, consider the information they provided, and determine why you may or may not agree with their decision.2 paragraphs. APA format. References.

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You are a business planner and accountant. Gloria has come to you to get some advice on which supplier will best meet her needs and objectives. Prepare a paper that addresses the following.What elements are necessary for a valid contract to exist? Define what constitutes a “valid offer.”  Evaluate each proposal and discuss whether each of the offers constitutes a valid offer. Why or why not?Each proposal involves a different country. What are the particular concerns for Gloria in doing business in other countries? What contract provisions does she need to include in any business contract in order to protect her business?How can Gloria continue to protect herself and her family from personal liability if she obtains her widgets from a foreign manufacturer? Use your textbook and library references to answer these questions. Evaluate each proposal. Does it constitute an offer?Assignment RequirementsWhen preparing your responses, please use the facts provided in the You Decide and the following resources: (1) the assigned reading and (2) the DeVry Library.Your paper will be graded using the Week 5 You Decide Rubric.Your paper should be four to five pages long, exclusive of the cover page and references page, and it should be double-spaced. It should comply with APA 6th edition formatting.Cover pageReferences page12 point, Times New Roman fontNo website referencesInclude at least three scholarly references in addition to your textbookInclude in-text references to sources