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    Information and Communication Technology I Note: (i) Answer aU questions. (ii) In each of the questions l to 40, pick one of the alternatives (1), (2), (3), (4) which you consider as correct or most appropriate. (iii) Mark a cross (X) on the number corresponding to your choice in the answer...
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  • Criminal Law
    Criminal Law Jalaine Franklin University of Phoenix CJA/354 Week-1 Glen Winters July 19, 2012 Criminal Law UNITED STATES v. JONES In this case of the United States v. Jones, the United States law enforcement placed a GPS tracking device on the car of the Jones party without a warrant...
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  • Equity and Trusts
    needs to enjoin the assignor in order to take action. Since s4(3) CLA is similar to the s25(6) of the English Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1873 (CJA), it would be relevant to examine the English position on assignment. s3 CLA provides for courts in West Malaysia to apply the common law and rules of...
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  • Criminal Procedure
    Ronald L. Mayer Jr CJA/353 Criminal procedure/Probable cause summary May 17th, 2010 I will be talking about an article published in the Seattle Times in 2008. According to the article, “In a unanimous ruling, the court determined the smell of pot isn't enough probable cause to warrant the...
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  • Police Operations Paper
    Police Operations LAS CJA/214 September 03, 2010 Arnold Wicker Abstract In the early 1900 policing made up of two basic functions patrolling and investigating crimes. Patrol officers patrolled the...
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  • History of Police
    The History of Police CJA 204 Introduction to Police Theory and Practices The History of Police Police practices have been around for many years. There have been a lot of changes since the early 1600s, when it started, and now. Used to be a requirement with no training or pay for this type of...
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  • Child Witness
    The Bar Vocational Course ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________ A:\LG10CHDN.DOC 2 Version No: 1 Author: Liz © Bristol Institute of Legal Practice Bristol Institute of Legal Practice EVIDENCE LG 10 The Bar Vocational Course ...
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  • Crime Causation and Diversion Paper
    Crime Causation and Diversion Paper Dana Sage CJA/374 September 18, 2012 Ron Gray Introduction There are many diversions, intervention and or prevention programs that help deter juvenile delinquents from committing crimes. In this paper, it will compare two different diversion programs...
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  • Moral Dilemma
    Moral Dilemma CJA/ 324 Moral Dilemma A moral dilemma often arises when an individual has to make a decision even though both option results are equally unpleasant. Some moral dilemma can make some situation into tragedies. But what else is also difficult is living and standing...
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    earliest opportunity. The MAGs will then decide whether bail is granted and must produce a certificate of refusal if they do not grant bail. The suspect has 2 opportunities to ask the MAGs for bail but under S81 Superior Courts Act 1981 is allowed to appeal to the Crown Court if bail is refused. Significant...
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  • Hearsay and the Exceptions in Civil and Criminal Cases
    hearsay. The definition itself is based on common law cases, which form the basis of how hearsay evidence is treated in criminal cases; Under section 1(2) of the Act - Hearsay evidence can be thought of as "any statement made otherwise than by a person while giving oral evidence in the proceedings, which...
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  • Criminology
    Personal Application of Criminology Kristylyn Tillery University of Phoenix-Axia Criminology CJA 314 Alonzo Medina June 13, 2011 Personal Application of Criminology Knowing that all the doors are locked and secured at the house while you was out and walking in to finding an intruder,...
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  • Police
    Running Head: Criminal Justice L.A.C.S.D. Ryan Asevo CJA/214\ February 8, 2011 John Hudson Law enforcement has been an essential part of our lives for a considerable amount of time, and I think that without proper law enforcement agencies, we would...
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  • Roles in the Courtroom
    Week 4 Courtroom Presentation Paper Trina Smith CJA/224 June 6, 2011 David Mc Killop Week 4 Courtroom Presentation Paper Everyone has been in or seen a courtroom. If not personally, they have definitely seen one on television. Shows like Law & Order and the First 48 gives the generalization...
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  • Your Fired
    You’re Fired Sequina Allen CJA/324 October 21, 2011 Ms. Rita Lazar You’re Fired I’m at work like any other day. Things are going well. After work I’m scheduled to drop off my boyfriend off at school just as I typically do throughout the week. This is usually a typical day for me, but who would...
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  • Sentencing
    Parker-Welcome March 28, 2010 CJA/383 Jason Driver Sentence 2 There are numerous factors that are taken into...
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  • Future of Corrections
    Future of Corrections Annali Zieroth CJA/394 November 2, 2012 Troy Hokanson Future correctional problems that will need to be addressed by prison administrators are the lack of inmate education. Studies show that imprisoned individual is disproportionately and increasingly undereducated. Inmates...
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    Use of Force Ethical Issues Kwan Allen, Harold Martin and Maria Mendoza CJA/530 April 11, 2011 Scott Schoellkopf CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY: I certify that the attached paper, which was produced for the class identified above, is my original...
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  • The Sentence
    The Sentence Dena White Institutional and Community Corrections CJA 383 February 25, 2013 Shawna Olachea The Sentence What is the purpose of this document? The reason for this paper is to discuss what particular knowledge would be significant to know before the judge can impose a sentence...
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  • Social Organizated Crime Perspective
    Social Organized Crime Perspective Brittany Steele CJA/384 November 19, 2011 David Thomas Social institutions are not based on places or buildings but “relationships, obligations, role, and function” (Social institutions, Dr. Orville Boyd Jenkins, 2001). The social institutions have many aspects...
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