If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc.

If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document in a bibliography using APA style. This activity is comprised of two parts. (100 points) (A 4-page response is required for the combination of Parts A and B.)
The courts issue opinions every day, and in many cases, the law that a police officer has come to rely upon throughout his entire career is changed overnight. A police executive must be cognizant of changes in the law and must make sure that such changes are disseminated to the rest of the department. Most departments do not have the luxury of having attorneys on staff to stay on top of such changes.
This responsibility requires a skill in reading cases and extracting the holding. Virtually the entire first year of law school involves sharpening such skills, and it can hardly be mastered overnight. However, the basic concepts are easy to grasp. Generally, when reading a case there are several areas in which your attention should be focused. First, start with the facts. What happened? You want to disregard extraneous information which had no bearing in the decision. Do you need to know what day it was? Do you need to know what kind of car the victim was driving? Not really.
You also must understand the reason for which the court heard the case, or the “procedural posture.” Is it the result of a motion to suppress evidence? Did the defendant appeal his conviction? Did the appellee appeal the loss of his motion for summary judgment? This is important, because at the end of the case the court will say the lower court’s ruling is either affirmed or reversed, (generally). You will have to figure out what the court reversed or affirmed because this can be quite confusing. This leads you to the other important area of interest: the holding. Did the court adopt a new rule in handling certain cases? Perhaps the court held that Garrity is applicable to a set of facts that would not have customarily been considered.
Part A For this activity, you are to review the case of the State v. Stinson, 244 Ga. App. 622 (2000). You can access this case by going to the following Internet link.
http://caselaw.findlaw.com/ga-court-of-appeals/1341554.html.
It is a relatively short case, but it discusses some important issues. After reviewing the case, you will answer the following questions. (50 points) (A 2-page response is required.)
1. What are the facts of the case?
2. What is the procedural posture? (Why is the case before the court and what is it trying to decide?)
3. What is the holding?
4. What is the Indorado test?
5. What is the Friedrich test?
6. Which test was applied in this case?
Part B Use the Internet to research two (2) more cases dealing with Garrity. The cases can be from any state or federal jurisdiction but must be no more than five years old. For each case, you must restate the facts, the posture, and the holding. You must include copies of the actual cases in your activity. (50 points) (A 2-page response is required.)

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The client signed a contract six months ago, but the other signatory has not

The client signed a contract six months ago, but the other signatory has not performed their part of the contract. As a result, the client believes that they may have to sue in order to recover their cost for performing their part of the contract. Unfortunately, the state where the suit will be filed does not have model jury instructions. As a result, the attorney will need to propose language for the jury instruction for a breach of contract. The attorney has located a model jury instruction from California. Here is the model jury instruction from California: To recover damages from the defendant for breach of contract, the plaintiff must prove (1) that the plaintiff and the defendant entered into a contract. (2) That the plaintiff did all, or substantially all, of the significant things that the contract required to do (or that the plaintiff was excused from doing those things). (3) That all the conditions required by the contract for the defendant’s performance had occurred or were excused. (4) That the defendant failed to do something that the contract required or that the defendant did something that the contract prohibited. And, (5) that the plaintiff was harmed by that failure. Locate model jury instructions for 2 other states that explain what a claimant must demonstrate in order to win a breach of contract claim. In 2 paragraphs, explain and list the requirements in a manner similar to the example. Make sure to indicate the states of the model jury instruction. Part II: In the final paragraph of the thread, address the following question and support the position with citation to the Bible: Assume that the contract was made between 2 Christians. How should a Christian approach potential conflict with another Christian?

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You are a male police officer working for the State Patrol. Your supervisor, Sgt.

You are a male police officer working for the State Patrol. Your supervisor, Sgt. Louise Johnson, is known for her foul language and abusive conduct toward subordinates. Several times over the last few months you have made a comment or observation to which she has responded by calling you “a dumb-ass man,” adding, “You’re a man, what do you know?” Several times during roll call the Sergeant would look out among her officers and sigh, commenting out loud, “We really need women in this job.” On several occasions the Sergeant has made sexual advances toward some of the officers, including you. You are a married man.
During your last performance review, you stated that you thought you deserved a higher rating. She responded by saying, “Well, if you want to meet me at the Holiday Inn and talk a little more about what you have done to deserve a higher rating, perhaps you can convince me!” Finally, several times she has dropped various items onto the ground as you were walking by and asked you to pick up the items.
After several months of this behavior, you approached the Sergeant and complained to her. She acted surprised and apologized. She tells you it will not happen again, and you decide not to take the complaint any further.
Several weeks go by, but then it occurred again. You were working on an investigation that culminated in the confession of the suspect. The confession was unexpected, and many were surprised at the suspect. Upon returning to the squad room, and in front of the other officers on your shift, your Sergeant states, “What did you do, promise to screw the guy if he confessed?” That was the last straw. You find a lawyer and file suit against the Sergeant, claiming hostile work environment.
Applying the facts of this hypothetical, you must answer the following questions completely:
Part A What would you cite as the basis for your lawsuit? In other words, cite the statutory regime that applies and the facts that support a violation of those statutes.
Part B What employment admonitions should the Sergeant experience if you win your lawsuit?
Your Activity responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the same fashion as the Activity itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document in a bibliography using APA style. (100 points) (A 4-page response is required.)

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Your Activity responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the

Your Activity responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the same fashion as the Activity itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document in a bibliography using APA style. Also, remember to attach a copy of the organizational chart and of the policies of the department you have selected. These copies will not be included in the minimum number of pages required. (100 points) (A 4-page response is required.)
Choose a police department, either your own department or another. Many departments are available on the Internet. Whatever department you choose, you must find and attach to your paper the diagrammed chain of command. If and when you refer to policy, you should attach the policy as well. Below is a copy of the organizational chart for Oakland’s Police Department.
This link gives you a close up view of the office of the Chief of Police: http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/police/documents/webcontent/oak067511.pdf.
As you know, Weber theorized five principles of bureaucracy. You must analyze the organizational chart, policies, and department in general within his framework. For each of his principles, you must state whether, in your opinion, the department is in compliance with Weber’s principles and explain your answer. You will probably want to address the subtopics of these principles as well. Your answer must be complete, and you must address each of the five principles. You may find that some of the principles require more explanation

Lesson 1: New Century, New World, Old and New Threats to Corporate Assets

Rely on your Required Readings and the Lecture and Research Update for specific information to answer the discussion question, but turn to your original thoughts when asked to apply, evaluate, analyze, or synthesize the information. Your Discussion Question response should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the same fashion as the question itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your responses and document in a bibliography using APA style.
Discussion Question 1-2 (50 points)
Describe four (4) skills listed in the textbook required for a corporate security professional by describing how these skills could be important to the security professional. Give examples in your discussion; your examples may be hypothetical in nature. Then discuss at least one (1) additional skill or ability that is not listed in the text but that you think would assist the “ideal” corporate security professional. (A 2-page response is required.)

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Disputes need not have been “resolved” to be studied. Case studies chosen could involve

Disputes need not have been “resolved” to be studied. Case studies chosen could involve disputes over Legitimacy of states, Territorial rule, the Use of force, Law of the Sea, Environmental Law, Humanitarian Law, International economic law, and many more. The coursebook comprises a list of countless international law case studies.

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Write a report, using the BUS302 guidelines found on the course website, incorporating the answers

Write a report, using the BUS302 guidelines found on the course website, incorporating the answers to the following five hints below.
1. Has All Star Computer Services been negligent in its actions regarding keeping track of replaced computer components and failing to return the parts to Louis Matthew?
2. Assuming All Star Computer Services has been negligent, what defense(s) may be available to All Star Computer Services to lessen or eliminate any liability on its part?
3. Consider the sample of 850 past negligence cases. Suppose you are willing to let the 75% estimate be within .03 (3%) of the true proportion. You are willing to assume a 95% confidence.
Is 850 an adequate sample size for the estimate of 75%? Show why or why not.
Construct a 95% confidence interval on the estimate of 75%. How would you interpret it?
4. Determine the expected value of the amount that could be paid to Louis Matthew in a settlement. Use the 75% probability figure. Also, determine a maximum and minimum expected value for the settlement figure based on the confidence interval above. Be sure to include all of the damages Louis Matthew will be able to recover. How would you interpret your expected values?
5. Should Mary Silver attempt to settle the matter with Louis Matthew before he files a lawsuit? If so, what would be the recommended monetary amount of the settlement? Be sure to include all of the statistical and legal issues involved as well as any strategic and ethical issues.

You answer should differentiate between selective commodities tax and value added tax. Answer in your

You answer should differentiate between selective commodities tax and value added tax. Answer in your OWN words. ( 200 words).

Question 3
A resident capital company has both Saudi and non-Saudi shareholders and its capital is divided between them equally. Net income for 2019 was 3,000,000 SR and was adjusted according to the tax rules applicable in the kingdom is 3,200,000 SR.
Required:
Compute the tax amount to be paid by the company.
Compute the tax amount to be paid by non-Saudi shareholders assuming that dividends paid in cash of 1,000,000 SR.

Required:

Referencing and in-text citation APA
Times New Roman (size 12, double-spaced)

Each lesson provides a benchmark for completing the Stand-Alone Project in a timely manner

Each lesson provides a benchmark for completing the Stand-Alone Project in a timely manner while working through the course. You will find this information in the “Stand-Alone Project Benchmark” section of each lesson. (A 10-page response is required for the combination of Parts A, B, and C.)
Instructions: For the International Widget Corporation (IWC) (this fictional company is described in Chapter 5 in your textbook), design a contingency plan to address each of the following types of threats. Your Stand-Alone Project responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct, and formatted in the same fashion as the project itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document in a bibliography using APA style. (200 points) (A 10-page, double-spaced, response is required.)
Part A Natural Disaster/Weather-Related Threats: This could include fire, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, thunderstorms, and medical emergencies, etc. (60 points total; see point breakdown below)
Part B Violence: This could include workplace violence, riots and civil disturbances, sabotage, bomb threats, and terrorism, etc. (60 points total; see point breakdown below)
Part C IT Disasters: This would include loss of information through any avenue that would be a threat to the company. (60 points total; see point breakdown below)
Part D Grammar/Formatting (20 points)
For each of the threats in Parts A-C, design a contingency plan that addresses each of the following. [Please note that the following list must be used for all three (3) Parts (A-C) above.] Although there may be components of the plans that are similar, each part should be tailored to address the particular threat that is being discussed.
1. Situation/Risk Analyses: In this section, analyze the risk for the particular disaster. Consider the geographical location of the company, physical and/or intellectual assets, recent history, etc. Your survey might take the form of a SWOT analysis, reviewing the company’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as the opportunities and threats it faces. You will need to anticipate and plan for crises based on actual or perceived threats. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]
2. Immediate Response Plans: In this section, plan the immediate response to the threat. Designate and name your crisis team members by specialties within the company and outline their responsibilities. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]
3. Communication Plans: Establish communication protocols by identifying and creating a plan for communicating with internal and external audiences. Name media spokespersons based on their positions within the company and their areas of expertise. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]
4. Business Continuity Plans: Consider business continuity teams, recovery, vital records, and resumption as they relate to the specific threat. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]
5. Training Plans: Plan how you would train your teams and other employees, including the media spokespersons. Detail how the training will take place, who will be responsible for it, and how often it will occur. In addition, design training drills that involve testing the contingency plan for each threat. Training drills should be both internal and external; be sure to include the necessary public agencies, when appropriate. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]
6. Evaluation Plans: Plan how you will evaluate your efforts following a crisis in order to provide better protection and response for the next crisis. [10 points for each Part (A-C), 30 points total]

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Hill Int’l, Inc. vs. Opportunity Partners L.P Facts, Issue and Law research

v. Opportunity Partners L.P.
I am trying to find someone who can write about the facts, issue and the law relevant to the case. Attached, you can find a detailed file about the case
Facts – identify the relevant facts (parties events and claim)
Issues – identify the relevant issues to be researched.
Law – find the relevant law.Start with secondary sources to get an overview of applicable law, and then focus your research on primary sources (legislation and case law)

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Most states allow for juveniles to be tried in adult court when juveniles commit serious crimes, such as sexual assault or murder. Children as young as 13-years-old have been sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Compare how “rational choice theory” and “self-control theory” predict the effectiveness (or ineffectiveness) of this policy with respect to crime rates and criminality. Will the possibility of longer sentences for juveniles discourage young people from committing serious crimes?
(NOTE: Write 3-4 paragraphs. Use and EXPLAIN key ideas from each theory when responding to the prompt.)

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Study the Amoco case, where the Oklahoma Supreme Court concluded that interests are pooled by the unit and not

Study the Amoco case, where the Oklahoma Supreme Court concluded that interests are pooled by the unit and not by the wellbore. That is, an election to not participate in the initial well drilled under a pooling order precludes participation in subsequent wells drilled under the pooling order. Discuss the policy merits and policy concerns with that decision of the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

Review the case study, Coaching and Evaluating an Employee, and discuss it with your team. Prepare a 12- to Essay

Review the case study, Coaching and Evaluating an Employee, and discuss it with your team.

Prepare a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation in which you:

Identify best practices for coaching and evaluating employees.
Identify the problems occurring in the scenario. Hint: They are not limited to Warrant’s behavior.

Hello writer this is a team assignment so you can focus on these two subject that Listed
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The instructional intent of this assignment is to challenge students by encouraging the use of

The instructional intent of this assignment is to challenge students by encouraging the use of analytical, abstract, critical, and logical thinking. This assignment is research based, thus you should use two scholarly sources to assist you with preparing this project. Please acknowledge American Psychological Association (APA) in your writing. Please ensure you have a clear understanding of the use of credible web-sites. Wikipedia.com and other web-sites with “.com” will not be honored. You are encouraged to use web-sites with “.edu, .gov, or .org” for educational quality. The last page of this project should be a reference page. It is not inclusive of the two page requirement for this project. Please use web sources from scholarly and peer-reviewed databases or journals for proper credit.
Part I
Prepare an analysis of the problem that includes:
–Why is this situation a problem?–What steps could management/employee have taken to remediate the situation?–Does management/employee have the resources needed to be successful at work?—Does this problem have an adverse affect on employee/employees/management?
Part II
You will create a fictitious role play that infers this case is in court or arbitration. You are the arbitrator or judge. You should have objective reflection in your scenario that illustrates an employee or manager’s right(s) have been violated. In addition, you should refer to employment laws that validate your perception of the infraction. Research the law(s) you intend to use and refer to a historical supporting court case(s) that helps substantiate your argument. When reaching a verdict, the reader should clearly and concretely understand all evidence presented to justify the final-objective decision. Please prepare this assignment as a college student. Avoid the use of inappropriate spelling, grammar, and cultural specific language.
Example: Jane Doe has been working for her company for over twenty years without incident. Last year her boss expired and she was assigned a new male supervisor. Although Jane has continuously been a model employee, the new younger supervisor consistently passes her over for promotions. Jane files a complaint with the EEOC.

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I will upload my answer very soon for Amendment… Responses to a provided prompt that will present a basic Essay

I will upload my answer very soon for Amendment…

Responses to a provided prompt that will present a basic fact pattern that implicates the doctrines at issue.

Analysis should draw on the key cases identified in the class reading guide.

Grading will reflect the Three Core Elements of Legal Reasoning:
(1) Identification of Relevant Legal Authorities,
(2) Recognition of Legally Relevant Facts, and
(3) Differentiation of Competing Case Authorities and Factual Interpretations.

Please refer to the Powerpoint for Cases mentioned in class, and the Extra Cases(s) Reading Bundle.

S. Founding Documents and Court Systems Assignment Instructions Overview For this assignment, we

S. Founding Documents and Court Systems Assignment Instructions
Overview
For this assignment, we examine the United States legal system, which is often described as a common law legal system. However, the United States legal system may incorporate principles of other legal systems. This module will examine the unique system that has developed in the United States. This assignment hones your research and writing and sharpens your analytical skills by requiring you to research primary source founding documents, identify which legal system they fall into and justify that identification, and also identify similarities between two legal traditions that seem vastly different.
Instructions
The United States has developed a unique combination of both civil and common law. For this essay, read the founding documents of the United States assigned for this Module: Week: Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights. Then, read and review the United States courts website. This essay will address the following:
In the first 2-3 pages of your essay, explain whether the United States founding documents fall within the civil law, common law, or both.
In the second half of this essay, compare the format of the United States federal court system to the court system of 1 state of your choosing. Compare the structure described on the federal website to the structure described on the website of 1 state. You may choose the state in which you live or a state you would like to visit. However, make sure to provide citations to the websites from which you learned the information. Remember, examine the structure on the website of the state’s court system, not on Wikipedia or another online encyclopedia or blog.
Your essay must be 5–6 pages in current Bluebook format and contain at least 5 scholarly sources in addition to/other than the course textbook and the Bible. Wikipedia does not count as a scholarly source. Include headings for clear organization. Cover Pages will not count toward the page total, and your citations should be in-text citations (not footnotes, endnotes, reference pages, etc.).

Krista Babcock cosigned an automobile loan agreement that enabled her friend, Horne, to obtain a

Krista
Babcock cosigned an automobile loan agreement that enabled her friend,
Horne, to obtain a $5,000 loan to acquire an automobile from a third
party. Horne defaulted on the loan after making a number of payments,
and Babcock paid $2,000 to the lending institution to pay off the
remaining balance on the loan. Babcock then brought suit against Horne
to recover the $2,000.
Is she entitled to recover the $2,000? fully explain using the IRAC METHOD.

1. Are ethical theories relevant for ethical leadership? Explain. 2. How should a police officer

1. Are ethical theories relevant for ethical leadership? Explain.
2. How should a police officer respond if the officer witnesses the unethical behavior of another officer?
(both answers combined must equal 500 word minimum with at least one credible source)
-Must respond to two peers (150 word minimum)

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Should businesses require employees to have the Covid-19 vaccine to remain employed?

I have written almost the attached document but, using the 3 sources that are in the reference section at the bottom of the document, I need to add and complete information with original writing in the section to it relates to. For this, please use only the 3 sources that are in the reference part and be sure to cite everything you write (APA format) Also highlights the part you write so I can know what has been added.
From the part that you will add I will also need some power point slides.

owns and operates a steel-drum manufacturing plant. Lowell Wyden, the plant superintendent, hires Best

owns and operates a steel-drum manufacturing plant. Lowell Wyden, the plant superintendent, hires Best Security Patrol, Inc. (BSP), a security company, to guard the property to “deter thieves and vandals.” Some BSP security guards, as Wyden knew, carried firearms. Pete Sidell, a BSP security guard, was not certified as an armed guard but nevertheless took his gun to work. While working at the Dean Brother’s Plant on October 31, 2014, Sidell fired his gun at Tyrone Gaines, in the belief that Gaines was an intruder. The bullet struck and killed Gaines. Gaines’ mother filed a lawsuit claiming that her son’s death was the result of BSP’s negligence, for which Dean Brothers Corp. was responsible. (see liability in Agency Relationships).
a) What is the plaintiff’s best argument to establish that Dean Brother’s Corp. is responsible for BSP’s actions?
b) What is Dean Brother’s Corp. best defense?
2) On Page 522, please answer the following, Business Scenarios and Case Problems:
18-2 Religious Discrimination
18-3 Discrimination Based on Gender
18-4 Workers Compensation
18-8 Sexual Harassment
18-9 Retaliation
the book is in the link below
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10MEQMZgVSc3t5EUly…

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