Crime against a person case analysis Research a crime that has been reported in the media about any of the crimes addressed in chapters 10, 11, 12, 13 or 14 in the e-text. Prepare a 1-2 page essay about the crime you selected and which facts support each element of the crime. You can use the elements provided in the chapter, the powerpoint or the actual law from the jurisdiction. Review the syllabus and announcements for requirements and format. Make sure you cite your source. The essay is due on Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 11:59 pm. If submitted late, the essay is subject to a 25% late penalty and will only be accepted until Saturday, July 21, 2018 at 11:59pm. Each essay should have a heading which includes your name, date and title. You should use proper titles if using last names–Mr. ; Ms.; Officer, etc. Only referring to someone by their last name is not appropriate. Make sure you proofread your essay for spelling and grammatical errors. Try using the following format when writing essays to help you organize your thoughts. Summary of the crime as reported, including relevant facts.
Explain and define the different concepts of the essay topic – for example, if using a crime about murder, specify if it′s 1st or 2nd degree murder or manslaughter. Do not use the general term of criminal homicide. Explain how the conduct satisfied the different elements of the crime or topic of the essay. assigment #2 this professor really likes to write too much. it doesn′t have to be too long just a couple of sentences. You are the sentencing judge for the hypothetical cases listed below. You have complete discretion to impose sentence. Make sure to explain what factors you considered in making your decision. Any opinion you provide, must be supported by the factors that you used to reach your decision, as per Chapter 8, to receive credit. When you respond to your classmates, indicate whether you agree with their decision and explain why/why not, as per the factors of proportionality. A college student plead guilty to selling marijuana after he sold a small bag of dope (sandwich bag size) to an undercover police officer outside of a bar on a Saturday night. The student has no prior criminal record, is the son of a Presbyterian minister, and is an honors student in philosophy.
The penalty for committing this crime, which is an A misdemeanor, is time served, up to 1 year in jail, 3 years probation, community service, treatment and/or a fine. A woman plead guilty to the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. She lived with her three children in a rundown apartment building. She and her children were supported by food stamps and other forms of government assistance. When her three year old daughter seemed to have a fever one night, the woman went downstairs to the busy intersection and hailed a cab. The cabdriver refused to take her and the child to the hospital because she had no money. While arguing with the cabdriver on the sidewalk, she pushed the driver, grabbed his car keys, and drove her daughter to the hospital. According to the hospital, there was nothing wrong with her daughter. The woman entered a plea of guilty to the unauthorized use of an automobile. She has two prior convictions for misdemeanor shoplifting. The penalty for being convicted of this crime, which is an A misdemeanor, is time served, up to 1 year in jail, 3 years probation, community service, treatment and/or a fine. assignment #3 Also, use the DNA test results below to answer this questions. What conclusions can you draw from these results? picture uploaded is from assignment #3