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1. Read the assigned article 2. Review the video that corresponds to the

1. Read the assigned article
2. Review the video that corresponds to the article
3. Complete a 1 to 2 page reaction paper

Article and Video Analysis: You will be assigned an article to review. You will also review a video that is associated with a primary theme of the article. Each cadet will apply the primary theme of the article to the video. Finally, articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. There is a link to each article provided below. In other words, each student will explain:

1. Briefly summarize a primary theme from the article, and then apply that theme to the actions taken in the video. In other words, articulate how the article applies to the video.
2. Articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. Is the force appropriate? Why or why not? It is suggested that you utilize the Graham v. Connor (1989) case as a guide.
All Article and Video Analysis Assignments shall be 1-2 pages (typed- and can be more than 2 pages). All submissions should have 1-inch margins on all sides with 12-point font.
The following format is recommended (see #1 and #2 above for details relating to each section):

Section 1- Summarize the article
Section 2- Apply a primary theme of the article to the assigned video
Section 3- Conclusion; articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video

Article 1: Do Police Officers Have a Legal Obligation to Use De-Escalation Tactics?
Article Link: https://www.lexipol.com/resources/blog/do-police-officers-have-a-legal-obligation-to-use-de-escalation-tactics
Video 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ai2bVK_BGHs

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Here is your prompt: Joe the Plumber is a 40-year-old black man who was diagnose

Here is your prompt:
Joe the Plumber is a 40-year-old black man who was diagnosed with diabetes at age 25. He has worked at Pro Plumbing for 10 years and is grateful for the comprehensive health care insurance benefits that help him manage his diabetes. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, business has slowed for Pro Plumbing and Joe the Plumber loses his job.
Determined to assist in economic recovery and to keep his bills paid, he enters a research study that is testing a COVID-19 vaccine.
The data on COVID-19 states that people with the following characteristics are more likely to contract COVID:
Older age
Pre-existing chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and lung disease
Cancer patients
Minorities
Those with weakened immune systems
The study specifically seeks blacks and hispanics with diabetes to participate in the study.
Dr. Larry Fauci, on behalf of Smith & Smith, leads the study and reviews the consent form with Joe the Plumber. Key parts of the consent form include:
Dr. Fauci will monitor your health throughout the study.
There is a risk of adverse effects from the vaccine being tested, including death.
Care will be provided for any health effects related to the study.
Care will not be provided for any pre-existing conditions.
You will be compensated weekly for your participation in the research study.
If the vaccine is found to be effective and sold for a profit, you will not be entitled to any additional compensation.
You can withdraw from the study at any time.
Any information that is obtained in connection with this study and that can be identified with you will remain confidential and will be disclosed only with your permission or as required by law.
Participants start to get inexplicably ill and one participant suffers a stroke, so Dr. Fauci decides to pause the research.
A few days following the postponement of the study, Joe the Plumber passes out and an ambulance takes him to Seattle Grace Hospital. The on-call physician, Dr. Preston Burke, examines Joe, stabilizes him, admits him for overnight observation, then discharges him the next morning saying that he will call with the remaining test results so that Joe can get follow-up care in his office. The tests results reveal that Joe had a spike in his blood sugar (that is easily treated), has recently developed some unexplained respiratory issues, and has a unique protein in his blood. Dr. Burke requests that Joe return to his office for several visits. Joe is concerned about the bills because he no longer has health care insurance and does not know how to obtain health insurance on his own. Dr. Burke tells him not to worry about the bills; it is most important that he just keeps coming back for care. But he also tells Joe that he is only able to treat his diabetes issues. He is not able to treat his respiratory issues. Joe is just grateful that he found a doctor who cares enough to offer any free care and he is relieved that his diabetes is under control again.
Joe contacts Dr. Fauci about his respiratory issues, but Dr. Fauci says it is no longer his problem because the study is over. Seeing no other option, Joe returns to Seattle Grace Hospital and racks up thousands of dollars in bills for respiratory therapy.
As it turns out, Dr. Burke went to medical school with Dr. Fauci. He knows that Dr. Fauci has been working on a COVID-19 vaccine and contacts him about the special protein in Joe’s blood. Dr. Fauci ends up sharing the health details of the research participants with Dr. Burke and they develop a successful COVID-19 vaccine, which makes millions of dollars.
When Joe finds out that Dr. Fauci and Dr. Burke shared his information to develop the vaccine unbeknownst to him, he finds a lawyer to help him sue for malpractice and compensation for the vaccine. Dr. Fauci presents the research consent form as proof that he and Dr. Burke should not have to pay Joe.
What issues are presented?
Does this study need to be approved by the IRB?
If this requires IRB approval, what factors would the IRB consider and would the IRB approve such a study?
Are there any insurance options available for Joe?
How would the lawsuit shake out…
Please focus on the attached PowerPoint and using the IRAC…please summarize the analysis

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Criminal Law

1. Read the assigned article 2. Review the video that corresponds to the

1. Read the assigned article
2. Review the video that corresponds to the article
3. Complete a 1 to 2 page reaction paper

Article and Video Analysis: You will be assigned an article to review. You will also review a video that is associated with a primary theme of the article. Each cadet will apply the primary theme of the article to the video. Finally, articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. There is a link to each article provided below. In other words, each student will explain:

1. Briefly summarize a primary theme from the article, and then apply that theme to the actions taken in the video. In other words, articulate how the article applies to the video.
2. Articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video. Is the force appropriate? Why or why not? It is suggested that you utilize the Graham v. Connor (1989) case as a guide.
All Article and Video Analysis Assignments shall be 1-2 pages (typed- and can be more than 2 pages). All submissions should have 1-inch margins on all sides with 12-point font.
The following format is recommended (see #1 and #2 above for details relating to each section):

Section 1- Summarize the article
Section 2- Apply a primary theme of the article to the assigned video
Section 3- Conclusion; articulate the reasonableness of the use of force portrayed in the video

Article 1: Do Police Officers Have a Legal Obligation to Use De-Escalation Tactics?
Article Link: https://www.lexipol.com/resources/blog/do-police-officers-have-a-legal-obligation-to-use-de-escalation-tactics
Video 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ai2bVK_BGHs

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Hypothesis Footnotes Endnotes Strong Intro sentence Strong intro paragraph, incl

Hypothesis
Footnotes
Endnotes
Strong Intro sentence
Strong intro paragraph, inclusion of the hypothesis
With each paragraph make sure you have a strong topic sentence to start.
Concluding paragraph
Restatement of your hypothesis
What was found
Possible future research to expand your topic
STRONG CONCLUDING SENTENCE
NO first person,
(Judicial Review and Presidential Power
Use against unilateral executive power.
Court trends starting with Nixon/recognition of executive privilege)
* (Nov. 17, 2022 Biden Admin. Asks the High Court to take up the Student Debt Plan
-Halted in 2 federal courts.
-Justice Dept wants to block both rulings)
* (Biden v. Missouri (Medicare and Medicaid, vaccines)
Biden v. Texas (rescission of Migrant Protection Protocols)
United State, et al. v. Texas, et al (Immigration statutes which say that “DHS “shall” detain aliens with certain criminal convictions and those with final orders of removal.” DHS chose to follow contrary directives which do not require detention of these individuals.
DeSantis Temporary injunction against the “Stop Woke” (blocks certain race-based conversations in colleges)

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Watch PBS’s Scottsboro: An American Tragedy: Assume that the Scottsboro defendan

Watch PBS’s Scottsboro: An American Tragedy:
Assume that the Scottsboro defendants are still alive and incarcerated.
Write a 1-to 2-page essay analyzing at least two ways that the Scottsboro boys could potentially use contemporary DNA testing laws and/or newly discovered evidence rules to challenge their conviction. If you choose to use a DNA testing statute, I recommend either the AZ law we studied or the Alabama DNA testing statute. Please utilize the IRAC methodology to aid your analysis, and make sure to address each component of the statute or rule you select.

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A few years ago, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the J

A few years ago, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Justice Department would not renew its partnership with the National Commission on Forensic Science – a group of independent scientists, judges, defense attorneys, and law enforcement officials that had been advising the Department on ways to improve the reliability of forensics and on the use of scientific evidence in the criminal justice process. Sessions also announced that the Department is reconsidering its efforts to conduct reviews of forensic practices by the FBI, similar to the 2012 collaborative review of hair microscopy evidence. See: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/sessions-says-justice-department-will-end-forensic-science-commission/Links to an external site
Write an initial post responding to the following questions:
In light of the positive steps being made through collaboration, why do you think the Justice Department made this decision?
Do you think such a decision will affect the rate of progress being made to bridge the gap between forensic methodologies and the scientific method? If so, how? If not, why not?

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A few years ago, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the J

A few years ago, former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the Justice Department would not renew its partnership with the National Commission on Forensic Science – a group of independent scientists, judges, defense attorneys, and law enforcement officials that had been advising the Department on ways to improve the reliability of forensics and on the use of scientific evidence in the criminal justice process. Sessions also announced that the Department is reconsidering its efforts to conduct reviews of forensic practices by the FBI, similar to the 2012 collaborative review of hair microscopy evidence. See: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/sessions-says-justice-department-will-end-forensic-science-commission/Links to an external site
Write an initial post responding to the following questions:
In light of the positive steps being made through collaboration, why do you think the Justice Department made this decision?
Do you think such a decision will affect the rate of progress being made to bridge the gap between forensic methodologies and the scientific method? If so, how? If not, why not?

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Watch PBS’s Scottsboro: An American Tragedy: Assume that the Scottsboro defendan

Watch PBS’s Scottsboro: An American Tragedy:
Assume that the Scottsboro defendants are still alive and incarcerated.
Write a 1-to 2-page essay analyzing at least two ways that the Scottsboro boys could potentially use contemporary DNA testing laws and/or newly discovered evidence rules to challenge their conviction. If you choose to use a DNA testing statute, I recommend either the AZ law we studied or the Alabama DNA testing statute. Please utilize the IRAC methodology to aid your analysis, and make sure to address each component of the statute or rule you select.

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Criminal Law

Hi, for this assignment, the general requirements for this essay including title

Hi, for this assignment, the general requirements for this essay including title, abstract, keywords, footnotes, and references are needed. The essay information should include 1. Current EU-legislation system. 2. Transposition of EU law into national legislation. 3. Use 2 Case studies (For example Land of Fire), to reflect the EU and their national legislation’s role. 4. Emerging trend.

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Hi, for this assignment, the general requirements for this essay including title

Hi, for this assignment, the general requirements for this essay including title, abstract, keywords, footnotes, and references are needed. The essay information should include 1. Current EU-legislation system. 2. Transposition of EU law into national legislation. 3. Use 2 Case studies (For example Land of Fire), to reflect the EU and their national legislation’s role. 4. Emerging trend.