1. Legal Studies

    Hi beautiful people! I'm trying to find good articles on the ethics of victimless crime in law. I'm struggling a bit and I was wondering if any of you knew of some good ones? I went to my state library and found some books and the journals I access don't seem to have much ...
  2. Legal Studies

    Hi beautiful people! I need help finding statistics on the rates of incarciration/fines or other punishments for person convicted of victimless crime in Australia. Preferably Queensland. This is urgent, I simply cannot find the information and I would REALLY appreciate your ...
  3. Legal Studies URGENT

    Hi beautiful people I need help incorporating the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act OR the Queensland Criminal Code into an argument about victimless crime. My two issues are currently the role of paternalism in the legal system and at what point the law has the right to ...
  4. Criminal Justice

    People appear to be particularly fascinated by what type of crime? A. Violent B. Property C. Victimless D. Common law Is it A
  5. Legal Studies: Queensland/Australia

    Hi beautiful people I need help incorporating the Police Powers and Responsibilities Act OR the Queensland Criminal Code into an argument about victimless crime. My two issues are currently the role of paternalism in the legal system and at what point the law has the right to ...
  6. Law and Society

    I need help with my commerce homework concerning law. I needed to outline some possible options of resolving the following crime issue- recent shooting in Bondi in Sydney's east on 15th April 2011. (e.g. kinds of courts, etc.) I was wondering if reporting the crime to the ...
  7. ethics

    what is ethics Ethics is the analysis of good, evil, right, wrong, and the practices thereof. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethics There are many different types of ethics as well...medical ethics for example and medical ethics might be about euthanasia, abortion, DNR's...etc ...
  8. Law

    If a federal officer who knew about a crime involving a minor's use of drugs but they did not report the crime, what would the consequences be for the officer, if any at all?
  9. Ethics

    I have a paper topic for my ethics class and I was wondering anyone could help me to understand it. Maybe dumb it down a bit? would be greatly appreciated. Social relationships are rooted in biological relationships Thus, Sexual relations and content should be carefully ...
  10. History

    What 3 slogans used by the government to try to get people to conserve? What law makes it a crime to help the enemy during war? What law makes it a crime to criticize the government during wartime?
  11. Science

    I have to research about Francisco Redi's Spontaneous Generation. I am having a hard time finding info. about it and how he did the experiment. I have found a little bit but not enough. I was wondering if someone could help me find info. about it. Also I have to define the ...
  12. Ancient History

    Hi beautiful people! I'm struggling to find visual sources on Aristophanes 'the Wasps', Cleon and the political system of Athens. I've been trying to find some for more than six hours1 Any help would be much appreciated. I have already used Perseus, the British Musuem and the ...
  13. Justice system

    1. The majority of historical and scholarly evidence suggests that poverty: A. and crime tend to increase at the same time. B. may serve to perpetuate crime but is not a major cause of crime. C. and crime are totally unrelated. D. and crime rates stand in an inverse ...
  14. legal and ethical issues

    Could someone provide a website or examples comparing and contrasting the roles that ethics and law play within organizations. I hope these websites have the information you need. http://www.law.cornell.edu/wex/index.php/Ethics http://www.megalaw.com/top/ethics.phphttp://www....
  15. science

    I was wondering where i could find some information or articles about people with opinions about : whether there should be a national curriculum in the united states. I have tried googling the topic but i couldn't find much info there. Anything at this point would help. THANK ...
  16. law

    What are some of the ways that organized crime impacts you and a community and/or city (of your choice) directly? (This element will account for 20% of your grade.) What are some of the ways that law enforcement agencies are working to reduce these types of organized crime in ...
  17. college

    I have to write a "journal article reviews" for Medical Law & Ethics. I have some articles already but don't know how to start it. thanks
  18. eng 122

    Plagiarism is a “victimless crime.” (Points : 1) True False answer False
  19. Language arts

    1. A student who toiled at school would probably get good grades.**** play a lot of sports. get suspended. 2. Read the following paragraph from Coming to America. Then answer question 2. "In my hometown of Ting Jiang, in southeastern China, people always said that America was ...
  20. homework

    What do you think about the justice and appropriatesness of particular laws, all board member,staff and volunteers are to obey all laws in the performance of their work on behalf of Community Services? What does it tell you about the relationship between law and ethics? Ethics...
  21. ethics & law

    Can anyone help me locate the code of ethics for the FBI Behavioral Science Unit? I have to tell the code of ethics and list two examples of potential ethical dilemmas and I can't find this information anywhere.
  22. social studies

    if you do it once, it's good. If you do it twice on the same day, it's a serious crime. what is it? One possibility is getting married (to different people). However, both don't need to be done the same day to be a crime. I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
  23. Calc, Implicit Differentiation

    1) Let x^3 + y^3 = 28. Find y"(x) at the point (3, 1). y"(3)= The correct answer is: -2*3*28 = -168 3x^2 + 3y^2(dx/dy) = 0 6x + 6y(dx/dy) = 0 dx/dy = -6(3)/6(1) = -3 That's as far as i get... i don't even know if that's started right... You have x^3 + + y^3 = 28 3x^2 + 3y^2(dy...
  24. Law and Ethics

    I have to create a power point presentation comparing and contrasting the roles that ethics and laws play within health and human servies organizations. Do youm know any good websites that I can use as a reference to complete my presentation?
  25. Sentencing

    Do you agree or disagree with the argument that crime seriousness and prior criminal records are not legally relevant variables? Many agree, many disagree, I would like to hear more opinions and why? I agree. Prior crime does not equate to current crime. If that were so, we ...
  26. Law

    1. The law enforcement defense extends only to those people tasked with and legally authorized to enforce laws. This includes which of the following? A. City, state, and federal law enforcement B. All security guards C. Citizens on patrol with the legal right to carry a weapon...
  27. human services

    What does the code of ethics tell about the relationship between ethics and the law? (Broken Link Removed) Read it. It is not long. It references the law.
  28. Civics (Check)(REED)

    1. What information is being presented in the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments? What facts are presented? A: Second Amendment: bearing arms (you are entitled to keep weapons in your home; you are entitled to keep weapons on your person; only the armed forces ...
  29. cjs220

    Write a minimum 450 word response addressing the following points: o Compare and contrast two theories on the causation of crime. o Using the crime of homicide – compare the difference in crime rates (per 100,000 people) between your current city and New York City, NY. o ...
  30. Essay help

    I need to write an essay outline on "phishing." (Phishing is a form of identity theft where a scammer sends someone an email that appears to be from a legitamite organization and then tricks him/her into providing personal information like PIN numbers, passwords and credit ...
  31. Ethics

    1. When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive. B. relative. C. universal. D. pragmatic. is it D 2. Which of the following actions, ...
  32. Ethics in Criminal Justice

    Which of the following frameworks would be most likely to justify convicting an innocent person? A. Virtue ethics B. Utilitarianism C. Kantain ethics D. Natural law I think it's A, but not 100% sure.
  33. Criminal Justice - Ethics

    When we claim that certain moral values or principles (e.g., do not steal) apply or should apply to all people, everywhere, we are saying that some values or principles are: A. descriptive B. relative C. universal D. pragmatic I think it's C Which of the following actions, if ...
  34. yes or no question

    hi i have to do a project where i have to find media bias between two articles for government. and i was wondering if it is okay if i could just post little pieces of those two articles and ask for help. when i read the two articles, it doesn't seem like it's bias but i just ...
  35. law

    The crime analysis technique involves the study of crime and/or social problems in a specific area is Tactical crime analysis
  36. critical thinking

    Where would I find newspaper editorial that are fallacies. Where would be a good place to look for opinion magazine. On the Editorial Page of any newpaper you will find articles and letters that will contain fallacies. In addition, any opinion piece in Newsweek or Time or will...
  37. History: World War 1

    Hi beautiful people. I am struggling to find a primary source to back up the oft cited claim that Germany was not allowed into the League of Nations. Given that the covenant itself contains no such proscriptions and I am not finding it in the Treaty of Versailles (or maybe I'm...
  38. ethics, crime and criminal justice

    __________ regards pleasure as the ultimate good, but demands that we consider the pleasures and pains of others in our moral contemplations. A. Use corruption B. The felicity dilemma C. Consequentialism D. Social hedonism
  39. English, please check

    Is this paragraph right? Newspapers are a great way to start your day. Many people think newspapers contain only dreary news, well their wrong. Newspapers are surprisingly interesting, and you might actually like them. There even might be something about your hometown. There ...
  40. Ethics

    1. When confronted with a moral dilemma, care ethics encourages us to consider: A. relevant duties and imperatives. B. equality and proportionality. C. situational factors and the needs of all involved. D. natural and legal rights. im confused between B and C 2. Which of the ...
  41. Government.

    The main reason why the Constitution dealt specifically with the crime of treason was that: A. The framers wanted to prevent all treason in order to protect the democracy. B. Treason was not considered a serious crime before the Constitution was written. C. Treason was a crime...
  42. Ethics & Justice Administration

    If I am looking to support my pro capital punishment theories which of the following ethical theories would best support my stance? I must use two. Absolutism, ethical formalism, utilitarianism, hedonism-stoicism, natural law, ethics of virtue, ethics of care, egoism, cultural...
  43. Law & Ethics for Medical Careers

    Describe the common elements you find in at least two medical codes of ethics.
  44. debating

    Our debating topic is 'That good news is not news.' I am on the negative team so I am saying that good news is, in fact news. I personally believe the good news really isn't news and so I'm struggling to debate for the negative team. I am the first speaker. So far, I have come...
  45. criminal justuce

    what are the current administration's policies related to crime? I can not find this information, all I can find is articles about drugs
  46. law

    How could crime help private business? Identify 10 industries or companies that could benefit from crime. Are there problems inherent in organizations benefiting from criminal activities? Why? Should organizations that benefit from crime operate as nonprofits?
  47. english

    Need help trying to disquinguish between superlative & comparative adjectives. ex: good Comparative is used for comparing two things or people or ideas or ?? taller, stronger, more beautiful, etc. Comparative is denoted by the -er ending or the use of the adverb "more." ...
  48. ethics, crime and criminal justice

    Law enforcement officers keeping money confiscated from a drug bust for personal monetary gain could be regarded as a form of: A. economic corruption. B. noble-cause corruption. C. use corruption. D. police violence.
  49. Criminal Justice/Report Writing

    A criminal investigation cannot begin until one of three things is present; these include all of the following EXCEPT: A. a crime must have occurred. B. there must be a reasonable certainty that a crime has occurred. C. the investigator must be reasonably sure a crime is going...
  50. phi208 Ethics and moral reasoning

    What are some relativistic beliefs that you have or that you find in society? What are those ethical beliefs and how do people justify those beliefs? Using the articles from Mary Midgley and James Rachels, present a critique of those relativistic beliefs. What reasons do you ...
  51. Law

    •Provide a chart showing some of the basic costs of crime, including indirect costs (such as emotional costs) and economic costs. •Discuss the concept of indirect costs of crime. •List at least three indirect costs of crime. These costs can be costs to the individual or ...
  52. computer

    THREE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS REGARDING------- "computer crimes, hackers, crackers, and ethics: how is computing and information-technology crime different or not different from "normal" crime?" Computer crime can be committed from sites extremely removed from the ...
  53. language arts

    IN the poem “Swift Things are Beautiful” by Elizabeth Coatsworth reveals that every thing is beautiful in its own way. Although the title says that only swift things are beautiful, the poet also lists slow things that are beautiful. She uses unusual examples that some ...
  54. economics

    What is the rule of 30 and who came up with it? I can't find the answer to this question and was wondering if anyone knew what is was.
  55. Ethics

    1. Which of the following would be of greatest concern from an ethical standpoint? A. The number of homicide victims in a given place during a given time period B. The legal elements of the crime of homicide C. Whether capital punishment is a justifiable response to the crime ...
  56. Civics/History

    1. How did the US Constitution solve the problem created by a weak executive branch in the Articles of Confederation? A) it gave the president control of the legislature B) it gave the president power to enforce congressional law C) it required that each state be given an ...
  57. Business Law

    please can you help me in this: Ethical Systems Table Ethical Systems Table Directions: 1. Fill in brief definitions of each primary ethical theory. 2. Identify alternate names or variations of each ethical system based on your reading of the text and supplemental materials. ...
  58. Computer -- I don't understand the assignment

    THREE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT QUESTIONS REGARDING------- "computer crimes, hackers, crackers, and ethics: how is computing and information-technology crime different or not different from "normal" crime?" ----------------------------- so basically my professor asking me to write ...
  59. Criminal Justice

    I am doing an assignment where I have to explain how the various theoretical schools of crime causation would attempt to explain a criminal’s behavior. I choose to write about Charles Manson. I have read a bit about the social learning theory, however, I am still not sure ...
  60. Criminal Justice/White Collar Crime

    ___________is an especially alarming characteristic of white-collar crime that, ironically, is also an explanation of low public interest in white-collar crime. A. The small number of people actually victimized by white-collar crime B. Excessive government regulation C. Delay ...
  61. English

    I urgently need to know a good site where to find reading comprehensions at a pre-intermediate, intermediate level to be set as part of a one-hour English test. I still have some doubts about a few sentences I need to check. I hope you can clarify them. 1)Robotic planes can ...
  62. american history

    I was wondering if anyone here knew a site with a copy of the constitution. I googled it but... i cant seem to find it.
  63. Article finding

    Hi, I was wondering where I can find some articles on cognitive or abnormal psychology for an assignment.
  64. criminal justice

    Prepare a 6–8 slide PowerPoint presentation that addresses the following questions: •What are some of the ways that organized crime impacts you and a community and/or city (of your choice) directly? (This element will account for 20% of your grade.) •What are some of the...
  65. English

    What is an explanation when someone says: "The our crime's worse than a murderer's. His act puts him outside the law, but keeps the law intact. Ours would weaken the law." P.s. These men are forming a posse to hang a gang that killed one of their townsmen.
  66. Language Arts

    What is the main theme of the story the bachelor tells in "The Story-Teller"? Good children win many medals Parks are beautiful places Too much goodness can be bad *** Good people do something bad eventually
  67. Understanding Paragraphs

    Read each of the following paragraph and underline the topic sentence. Many people assume that the law is based on the consent of citizens, that is treats citizens equally, and that it serves the best interest of society. If we simply read the U.S Constitution and statutes, ...
  68. History

    he State Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction. Which situation is an example of a case they might hear? A) A politician is accused of stealing funds from a department in the Executive branch. B) A person is believed to have committed murder and needs to be put on trial for...
  69. math

    One third of the viewers at a movie opening rated the movie as Good or Very Good. Thirty-five people rated it Good and twenty people rated it Very Good. Write and solve an equation to find the number of people p in the audience.
  70. informal Logic

    The Dove beauty video about beauty creation indicates that: (Points : 1) All people can be beautiful Conceptions of beauty are based on false examples of reality It is enjoyable to undergo a makeover It doesn’t take much to make certain people beautiful None of the above
  71. Social Studies

    1.King John of england signed the magna carta in 1215. What idea did the founding fathers borrow from this document to include in the bill of rights? A. People accused of a crime have a right to a trial by a jury of their equals B. People accused of a crime will be imprisoned ...
  72. Law & Ethics for Medical Careers

    Why do organizations representing health care practitioners develop and maintain codes of ethics?
  73. Beautiful Paradise

    I discover a new island as I'm travelling. I am the first to discover the land so I am granted a right to own it and I can establish my own nation there. There is a lot to this project. And I'm wondering if you could suggest a good name for this paradise. I had "Rocky Paradise...
  74. Biosci 101

    Hi there :)I was just wondering if you knew how the lac operon theory works? And if there are any good websites for this? This is the best one I could find. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~cbbc/courses/bio4/bio4-lectures/ProkGeneControl.html Most sites discuss "operon theory". The ...
  75. Law

    Hi beautiful people Is there any specific way for a conclusion to be written for a Legal essay? I know the introduction and structure of points are slightly varied and I'd just like to know if there are any pointers on conclusions. Thanks a heap Em
  76. ethics of law

    I have to write an essay and I am stuck on one part that asks "describe the nature of ethics and their role in policing?" Help is greatly appreciated.
  77. English

    Hello! i have to pick 3 news articles on a topic that i have chosen,and i have to write an essay to show "how these newspapers and or news magazines present representation of truth and reality designed to appeal to a particular audience.discuss, making reference to the way the...
  78. Law

    'How do the media influence public perceptions about the law and its administration? How might public pressure impact legislators and judges in establishing the law?' would greatly appreciate a paragraph, A+ worth answer, struggling with this question.
  79. health information law and ethics

    Would this be a good thesis for- types of fraud and abuse, what are the effects in health care?
  80. HELP!

    Name and explain 3 problems of the Articles of Confederation. What is this question mean? and someone please give me some good site. i learned that last year the articles of confederation were one of the first governments after the revolution name three problems of the ...
  81. Ethics in Technology

    Which of the following laws does NOT provide some sort of authorization for governmental wiretapping? A. Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act B. Electronic Communications Privacy Act C. Federal Communications Act D. Communications Assistance for Law ...
  82. business law

    •Do the company's actions fit the definition of a crime? If so, what kind, a felony or a misdemeanor? Why or why not? Articles: Ex-WorldCom Chief Ebbers Convicted of Fraud Reliant Energy Services, Inc. and Four of its Officers Charged With Criminal Manipulation of California...
  83. Ethisc/Criminal Justice

    Which of the following frameworks would be most likely to justify convicting an innocent person? A. Virtue ethics B. Utilitarianism C. Kantain ethics D. Natural law I think it's A, but not 100% sure.
  84. Science

    You are a retired law enforcement officer who now teaches at a local community college in the criminal justice program. In addition to teaching ethics, you write crime novels on the side. You recently heard of a real-life case that you thought would make the basis for a good ...
  85. English

    1. I am good at mimicking others. I want to mimick President No Muhyeon for the elderly people. 2. I am good at walking on my hands. I want to walk on my hands to surprise the elderly people. 3. I am good at doing hard work. I want to carry heavy things for the club members ...
  86. Ethics

    Please help with an assignment: I need to pick 5 articles from the Washington post, each addressing a moral issue. Each essay needs to have one moral issue question based on the following topics. 1. utilitarianism 2. Moral Rights 3. Distributive Justice 4. Ethic of Care 5. ...
  87. criminal justice

    In your opinion, do people other than criminals profit from crime? Who are these people and how do they profit from crime
  88. Financial Accounting

    Where can I find several small articles on business and accounting ethics?
  89. ethics in management

    I am trying to answer some question for class I am needing to find and understand these theories can someone please explain them or help me find information on them I cannot find anything that I understand searching for these terms are they called some thing else please help ...
  90. business ethics

    I am trying to answer some question for class I am needing to find and understand these theories can someone please explain them or help me find information on them I cannot find anything that I understand searching for these terms are they called some thing else please help ...
  91. law

    where can I find statistics crime rates in missouri
  92. English

    Can you please help me check these sentences. Thank you for your help 1)Robotic planes are useful because they can fit in small places where humans cannot enter and scan areas to find possible survivors. 2) They are quick and small so they can manage to work in areas with ...
  93. Lifeskills

    Need help people making a resume for hw assignment!!? okay so I'm in 9th grade and have life skills .we have to make our own resume on the job we want. i want to study criminology and become a detective so i have to write stuff sorta pertaining to it. like in my summary i ...
  94. HCA322: Health Care Ethics & Medical Law

    List and describe the three best and the three worst attributes of Health Care Ethics Committees. Do you agree that the expanding use and power of ethics committees helps foster and ensure ethical standards are upheld in the medical profession? Why or why not?
  95. Science

    I was wondering if anybody knew of a web-site that may help be find information on how humans can harbor many microorganisms on and inside their bodies without experiencing symptoms of infection thanks for you help
  96. math

    A vampire could have the ability to infect an entire planet if he bit 2 people each day. Those 2 people would bite 2 people the next day, and then all of those vampires would each bite 2 people the next day, and so forth... How would I solve this to find out how many people ...
  97. CRJS 105

    Please answer the following questions and requirements to write your 4–6-page paper. As you answer each question, you must provide support or evidence that will enhance and empirically prove your answers. Academic criminal justice articles or real-life criminal justice ...
  98. ethics

    The rising number of uninsured patients has led to an increased reliance on the hospital emergency room for routine non-emergency care. The EMTALA is an example of a law that impacts who must be seen when presenting to the emergency room seeking care. How do the law and the ...
  99. law

    •Why might the variations in crime rates among different demographic groups result in misguided law enforcement strategies?
  100. Math

    11. In a survey of 260 dancers, 172 knew the ballroom dances, 145 knew the Latin dances, and 102 knew the swing dances. Of these, 65 knew the ballroom and swing dances, 93 knew the ballroom and Latin dances, and 56 knew the Latin and swing dances. Thirty-one dancers indicated ...
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