[SOLVED] Case Study: U.S. versus AOL – Criminal

In Chapter 13 of the textbook, review the case titled, “U.S. v. AOL” and the Department of Justice report, Investigations Involving the Internet and Computer Networks. Instructions Write a 3–4 page paper in which you: Interpret how you believe a computer was used to...

[SOLVED] Module 9 Case Point Discussed – Criminal

Discuss one pertinent point from one of the following cases on the discussion board: Ex Parte Crouse (1839) Kent v. U.S. (1966) In re Gault (1967) In re Winship (1970) McKeiver v. Pennsylvania (1971) Schall v. Martin (1984) Thompson v. Oklahoma (1988) Roper v. Simmons...

[SOLVED] answer questions – Criminal

Watch the video and answer the questions 1.  What is art?  How do we define it and understand it?  Is street art like the ‘art’ found in museums? 2.  At the end of the film, Banksy stated that Thierry did not ‘play by the rules’ but then said...

[SOLVED] WK6 – Criminal

PLEASE SEE ATTACHMENTQUESTION 1 There is a great deal of debate over how effective criminal profilers are at describing murderers. This issue was the center of a number of legal cases, such as Ohio v. Shelton , Louisiana v. Code, and Delaware v. Pennell, pertaining to...

[SOLVED] Module 11 Application Exercise – Criminal

Discussion prompt(s): 1)  What is your reaction to the data presented here (and elsewhere in the module) about the distribution of executions in the U.S. by race of defendant and race of victim? What, if anything, stands out to you from these data? 2)  Have the courts...

[SOLVED] CRITICAL THINKING – Criminal

Apply Critical Thinking ASSISTANCE Early one morning at work, CEO Alice Johnson asks if you have a moment to chat. I need your expertise and advice on a complicated situation for the company regarding an international hacking lawsuit. In her office, Alice explains...