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Cameras Should be Mandatory in Interrogation Rooms
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This 8 page paper takes a look at the use of cameras in law enforcement. The thesis of the paper is that not only should cameras be mandated during interrogations, but also, that it should be a part of the people's constitutional guarantee. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA216cam.rtf

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND CONSTITUTIONALITY
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This 4-page paper examines capital punishment and whether it's constitutional. Taking a cue from the eighth amendment (which prohibits cruel and unusual punishment), the paper determines if capital punishment falls under this jurisdiction. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MTcapcon.rtf

Capital Punishment in Florida
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the issues regarding capital punishment and the number of executions and death row inmates in the state of Florida. While opponents to the death penalty continue the fight against capital punishment, Florida continues to have one of the highest execution rates and conviction rates in the country despite high costs, botched executions and moral issues. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TJcapfl1.rtf

Case 10.1, Power Abuse: Yes or No?
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This is a 5 page paper discussing Case 10.1 in regards to officers Andrews and Conn claim against the Philadelphia Police Department. In the case of Andrews and Conn against the Philadelphia Police Department, they have a legitimate claim for sexual discrimination based on their co-workers, and supervisor, being responsible for the creation of an offensive and hostile working environment. Title VII and definitions by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) include the use of lewd language and posting of lewd materials in public working areas as part of a hostile working environment which occurred on many instances in this case as well as many other offensive acts. In addition to the creation of the hostile work environment, the supervisor in the case was aware and did nothing to correct the situation which holds him and his employer accountable for the creation of a hostile work environment. Supervisors, superiors and those in legitimate power positions should implement an Affirmative Action Plan within the workplace and follow this with anti-harassment training for their employees in order to correct discrimination and to prevent future occurrences. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJCs1011.rtf

Case Analyses Regarding Witness Identification, Search and Seizure and Entrapment
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This 9 page paper examines five questions submitted by a student related to law. Several actual cases are utilized to analyze issues pertinent to proper identification of suspects and what constitutes a proper search and seizure. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Case Commentary: First Amendment Rights
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11 pages in length. Constitutional freedoms have long been worthy of both verbal and physical battle; indeed, to interfere with one's inherent constitutional rights is to intrude upon the very essence of American democracy. Nowhere is this more evident than in Village of Skokie v. National Socialist Party of America, where a Nazi demonstration had been purposely planned for this primarily Jewish community of Holocaust survivors as a means by which to test the strength of First Amendment power. Was the town within its rights to refuse such a demonstration? Was the American Nazi Party within its rights to demonstrate with such obviously devious intentions? Clearly, the crux of First Amendment strength is the manner by which content cannot be censored merely because someone does not like what is being said. However, there are instances when words are spoken with the specific intent to illicit a violent response, which is known as the Fighting Words Doctrine; in this case, First Amendment rights do not protect such provocation. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLC1stAm.wps


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