April 27, 2015

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adult education CSJ
What are the steps leading to a trail, the importance of the Sisxth Amendment, The process of jury selectin and the procedures of ajury trail. The fundamental philosphies surround the purpose of sentencing. The factors that go into the determination of each specific sentence ...
December 15, 2008

adult education
The two main court level and its responsibilities. How are differ?
December 15, 2008

adult education
What impact do the media have on public opinion on the roles and responsibilities of the attorney in a trail? Does the media viiwpoint accurately portray these professinals why or why?
December 15, 2008

adult education
Can some please help. Many judes in the criminal court system are not only overworked. but must cntend with the worst society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a rel-life courtroom as opposed to the mistiqe portrayed in the movies or on television?
December 15, 2008

Criminal Justice 200
What are the steps to take for pretrail?
December 13, 2008

how do i record adjusting and closing entries for a service business? how do i do a post-closing trial balance?
December 3, 2008

Criminal Justice 200
What would a person consider two main functions of criminal law. How can you identify one justification and excuse defense?
November 30, 2008

what is the advantage of buying a magnetic bulletin board?
November 20, 2008

they have a phisycal fit
November 13, 2008

crt 205 week 5
Straw man fallacy
October 8, 2008

Trying to create a thesis. Topic is on Cancer. Breast Cancer. Can someone help please. Need ASAP. Thanks.
September 19, 2008

critical thinking
In 1976 a powerful earthquake hit the city of Tangshan, China. Scientists had failed to predict the earthquake. If people had paid attention to the unusual animal behavior that preceded the earthquake, however, they would have known it was coming. Animals can often sense an ...
September 11, 2008

Mastering Physics : Part A The stone thrown upwards spends more time in the air. Part B : The stone thrown upward lands farther from the building .
September 8, 2008

What similarities and differences do you see between functions and linear equations? Are all linear equations functions? Is there an instance when a linear equation is not a function? Support your answer. Create an equation of a nonlinear function and provide two inputs for ...
August 5, 2008

Analysis & Design
Well, to start when planning for something of this magnitude you cannot get it down to an exact science. I mean that you can do all the planning in the world, and still not get everything you can possibly need. The best thing to do is to take each issue on one by one and plan ...
March 16, 2008

Genetic problem: A brown-eyed woman whose father was brown-eyed and whose mother was blue-eyed married a blue-eyed man whose father and mother were both brown-eyed. The couple has a blue-eyed son. For which of the individuals mentioned can you be sure of genotypes? What are ...
March 15, 2008

How do I work the following question? I found the amu of CaCO3=101.0872g/mol; 2HCL=72.92128g/mol; H2O=18.1582g/mol;CO2=44.0098g/mol; and, CaCl2=110.9834g/mol. You carefully weigh out 10.00g of powder and add it to 40.50g of solution. You notice bubbles as a reaction takes ...
October 1, 2007

social studies
what was the role of the oto indian man??
September 10, 2007

August 28, 2007

Religions of the World
consider the interrelatedness of everything in the cosmos as it is expressed in many indigenous religions. How do you think the importance of these relationships developed? What spiritual purpose do you think they serve for indigenous peoples?
August 24, 2007

June 23, 2007

June 22, 2007

wut is 40% of 10 10 x 0.40 = ?? DIVIDE 10 by 40 smart one!!! the answer is 4 because 10 times 40 is 400 then you add the tro decimal places
February 15, 2007

January 16, 2007

Mirco economics
Why does trade of any type take place? Illustrate your answer by reference to each of the following: 1. Market exchange in which price is determined by Demand and supply. (refer in your answer to producer and consumer surplus) 2. Exchange between two individuals based on ...
November 4, 2006

“Prices contribute to the efficient production and distribution of goods and services by embodying vast amounts of knowledge not available to any individual… prices lead to social outcomes that take account of procedures’ costs and consumers’ preferences in...
November 4, 2006

acids and alkalis
Lots of everyday substances contains acids or alkalis: Acids are found in: citrus fruits (lemon juice, orange juice) vinegar car batteries (sulphuric acid) your stomach (hydrochloric acid) Rainwater is a little acidic, but pollution (e.g. sulphur dioxide) from burning fossil ...
November 4, 2006

Ok I REALLY need a hand with this question!! Please!! Thank you!! “Prices contribute to the efficient production and distribution of goods and services by embodying vast amounts of knowledge not available to any individual… prices lead to social outcomes that take ...
October 27, 2006

Heres one IM SURE economist will enjoy... Always saying MC = MR :) Please help... I know its something to do with Perfectly competitive firms being price takers! right?? Question: “In both monopoly and perfect competition the profit maximizing output is at the level at ...
October 27, 2006

Hi again! This is a question alot of people will be interested in getting some help with!! Thank you!! Question: Why does trade of any type take place? Illustrate your answer by reference to each of the following a)Market exchange in which price is determined by Demand and ...
October 27, 2006

Hi guys I need a hand please!! Whatever you can share would be helpful!! Thank you so much! Here is the question below: ‘Consumers maximize utility subject to a budget constraint. Firms maximize output subject to a cost constraint’. Outline how the analysis of the ...
October 27, 2006

I need help with the following problem: A brighe hand is made up of the 13 cards from a deck of 52. What is the probability of a hand chosen at random containing 6 of one suit, 5 off another, and 2 of another? THe first card can be anything. It seems to me that the probabality...
June 19, 2006

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