Make a bill to legalize all felon has the right to vote with no condition (become a green state)

Topic: Make a bill to legalize all felon has the right to vote with no condition (become a green state)

Guideline: **only do part 2 (3-55)** follow guideline on this website:

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Explain some of the hurdles litigants have encountered when it comes to the Endangered Species Act and standing to bring a lawsuit

Short Essay (this is one essay with 3 different parts)

Question I – Explain some of the hurdles litigants have encountered when it comes to the Endangered Species Act and standing to bring a lawsuit. (200+ words)

Question II – An illegal drug manufacturer and an illegal drug dealer enter into an oral contract in which the manufacturer will sell the drugs to the drug dealer for a set price.  The manufacturer changes his mind and sells his product to another dealer.  Could the dealer enforce the oral contract?  Why or why not? (200+ words)

Question III – A contract is made between two parties.  The terms of the contract are complete and unambiguous.  A dispute arises between the Parties.  Party A wants to pull out of the contract without penalty.  Party B argues that Party A’s proposed action is prohibited by the express terms of the contract.  Party A argues that the Parties verbally agreed to ignore that provision of the contract that would impose a penalty on Party A.  Which Party will prevail and why? (200+ words)

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is just one of several motivational theories

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is just one of several motivational theories discussed in this unit. It is a foundational concept in the role of a criminal justice administrator, whether in law enforcement, corrections, or courts.

For this assignment, you will examine Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Each of the levels in the hierarchy of needs must be examined in detail as it relates to administration and personnel. Make certain that your essay meets the criteria below.

  • First, include an introduction. Then, explain how a criminal justice administrator could apply Maslow’s model in each of the leadership theories (trait, style, and situational leadership) discussed in Chapter 2 on pp. 36–40 of the textbook. Give an example from each of the three criminal justice sectors (law enforcement, corrections, and courts) to support your explanation.
  • Second, briefly identify one other motivational theory from the textbook (pp. 41–46) that can also be applied in all three criminal justice sectors. Give an example of how it could be used in each.
  • Third, discuss how the application of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs contributes to effective communication in a criminal justice organization. Give an example from each of the three criminal justice sectors (law enforcement, corrections, and courts) to support your discussion.
  • Finally, analyze the connection between Maslow’s beliefs and how they relate to an administrator’s requirement to be aware of and respect the rights of employees. Give an example from each of the three criminal justice sectors (law enforcement, corrections, and courts) to support your analysis.

Your essay must be a minimum of three pages in length, not counting the title page and references page. You are required to use at least two sources to support your essay, one of which may be the textbook. All sources used must be properly cited. Your essay, including all references, will be formatted in APA Style.

How has CompStat changed policing today

Paper #1

  • Television news reporting on possible officer corruption.


  1. Discuss the implications of possible officer corruption in this incident. How does Brady v. Maryland enter into this case? How might the police handle this incident? How has CompStat changed policing today? What has remained the same?
  2. What are the benefits and drawbacks of the centralized and decentralized models of state law enforcement?  Which would you choose and why?

Paper #2


“Gloucester County (New Jersey) Police Academy”

  • Gloucester County Police Academy


Discuss what this video shows about a police academy. Do the tasks appear to be job related? What must be done to prepare you for an academy?

What-If Scenario

  1. Your department has embraced the philosophy of community policing. You are expected to be more “community oriented” in your policing activities. While on patrol you see some young kids vandalizing a vacant property. What would you do?
  2. Is there such a thing as a police culture?
  3. How are law enforcement agencies addressing the issue of family and conflicts between personal and professional demands of law enforcement?

Analyze the situation using the modules we reviewed this week including the Leader-Member Exchange, Goal Setting, Adult Development, Equity, and Expectancy of Motivation and Path Goal Theories


  • Type your essay in a word document to utilize the “word-count” feature and ensure a minimum of 1,000 words using 12-point font, Times New Roman and double space.
  • A minimum of 3 sources from the modules course material is required to be used as references throughout your Case Study paper and properly referenced on your reference page.
  • Save your file in BOTH “.doc” and “.pdf” formats on your hard drive.
  • Use the link below to access the upload page.
  • Upload the “.pdf” version of your paper to the system and submit it.
  • Please be advised that you will only get one chance for submitting your case study response so don’t rush through it.


Did read the leadership theories for this area? If not, click on image below to read.  



Case Study

Learning Outcomes: Demonstrate general understanding of:

  • Leader-Member Exchange.
  • Goal Setting.
  • Adult Development, equity, expectancy of motivation, and path goal theories.
  • Outline and discuss a practical strategy to manage personal conflict.
  • Understand how personal conflict affects the whole organization.


  • Mark is a tenured Sergeant. He is seen by his peers and followers to be a rising leader who will be at the top of the candidate pool for the next promotional exam. During an operational meeting, he questions his Captain about a new policy, citing operational complication issues, and identifies potential litigation issues.  Several people seemed surprised by his reaction to the new policy and how he addressed the Captain. After the meeting, he is asked why he would attack a Captain’s pet project. Mark was surprised by this response to his questioning of the policy. He did not intend to upset anyone and immediately began to track down the Captain to explain that his only objective was to seek out the best possible outcome.
  • The Captain reassures Mark that everything is fine. Shortly thereafter, Mark takes the Lieutenant exam, administered by the same Captain, and is later advised that he is not one of the many selections that were made. Upon feedback by many peers, his responses to the interview seemed to beat his competitors. He requests a feedback interview with the Captain and is told that the process is competitive and while he was close, he was beat out by the other applicants.
  • A few months pass. Mark’s specialty position has been absorbed by another team and he is rotated back to patrol. A peer tells Mark that he’s got a bullseye on his back for what he did to the Captain and he should tread carefully.
  • Mark is distraught as he attempts to remedy what he soon believes to be a futile situation. He makes every effort to get a meeting with the Captain for a potential remedy, but the Captain ignores him and does not give Mark a meeting.
  • Mark has always been a high-performer and has never been in trouble.  More importantly, he’s never experienced work stress caused by a superior until now.  This and the events of the situation start impacting his performance.  He seems to be fatigued during his work, his reports are constantly being returned for errors, his communication skills take a turn and his standards of appearance start failing.

Assessing the Situation: 

  • Mark decides to reach out to you, Chief Jones, who served as his FTO nearly 16 years ago. You have been with the agency for the last 28 years, hold good credibility with the personnel and the community and are known to be deliberate with your leadership and known for your high level of integrity.
  • During the meeting Mark describes the situation and dissatisfaction with the Captain’s behavior.  In doing that he tells you “…I feel the Captain is a Toxic leader and he knows it.  I want to make you aware of that although I love what I do for the agency and care for all we do for our community together.  I do not want to be a part of an agency that tolerates such behavior.  I have decided to pursue my MBA at the Tango University and take care of myself.  I will continue serving this agency until I finish my degree and pursue a career with Corporate Security upon graduation.”
  • After the meeting, you meet with the Captain who tells you that Mark has an attitude and he needs to get over it, continue doing good work and wait his turn.


As a Chief,

executive briefing of a selected business-related U.S. case pertaining to the topic of contract law

  • OverviewWrite a 2–page executive briefing of a selected business-related U.S. case pertaining to the topic of contract law.
    By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

    • Competency 1: Articulate the importance, context, purpose, and relevance of law in a business environment.
      • Summarize the facts and ruling of a legal case.
    • Competency 2: Evaluate the role of contracts in commercial transactions.
      • Analyze how a legal case could impact businesses.
      • Explain how a legal case could impact a specific organization.
    • Competency 5: Develop information literacy skills as applied to business law.
      • Exhibit information literacy skills as applied to business law.
    • Competency Map
      CHECK YOUR PROGRESSUse this online tool to track your performance and progress through your course.
  • Toggle DrawerContextContracts are the heart and soul of commercial transactions. Different types of contracts bind parties together in business dealings. Review contracts that you have signed recently—a lease, an employment agreement, an extended warranty—to examine not only the language but also the scope of these agreements. Examine the language in the contract that outlines how disagreements will be resolved, and the penalties that adhere to either party for breach of the contract.
    Read the Assessment 2 Context document for important information related to the following topics:

    • Importance of Contracts.
    • Consideration, Capacity, and Legality.
    • Breach of Contract.
    • Creditors, Debtors, and Bankruptcy.
    • The New Frontier: E-Contracts.
  • Toggle DrawerQuestions to ConsiderTo deepen your understanding, you are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of the business community.

    • What is the difference between an agreement and a contract? What is the difference between an offer and a contract?
    • If you sign a purchase agreement to buy a house but do not give the seller a deposit, and, after signing, you change your mind before you move in, are you bound by your agreement?
    • If you offer $500,000 for a person’s house and the person responds that he or she wants $500,001, do you have a contract?
    • In a contract for the purchase and sale of a house, can the parties agree that the price for the house will be the market value of comparable houses on the day of closing?
    • Are there situations when someone can be bound to keep their promise even though they received nothing in return for their promise?
    • If the parties sign a purchase and sale agreement for the purchase of a house, and the house is destroyed shortly before the deed to the house is signed by the seller, who bears the risk of loss?
    • In the modern world, with the growing maturity of young people, are rules protecting minors from the enforcement of contracts archaic?
  • Toggle DrawerResourcesSuggested Resources
    The following optional resources are provided to support you in completing the assessment or to provide a helpful context. For additional resources, refer to the Research Resources and Supplemental Resources in the left navigation menu of your courseroom.
    Capella Resources
    Click the links provided to view the following resources:

    • Assessment 2 Context.
    • SHOW LESSCapella Multimedia
      Click the links provided below to view the following multimedia pieces:
    • Analyzing a Case Law | Transcript.
      • Throughout this course, you will be required to submit case law analysis papers. This multimedia presentation points out key areas of a case law. Use this presentation to help you complete your case analyses. Refer to this media as often as you need to.
    • Business Law Foundational Concepts | Transcript.
      • This media piece offers interactive flashcards that you can use to learn (or review) foundational terms and concepts in business law. Refer to this study aid often and as needed.
    • Library Resources
      The following e-books or articles from the Capella University Library are linked directly in this course:
    • DuBoff, L. D. (2004). The law (in plain English) for small business. Naperville, IL: Sphinx Publishing.
    • Course Library Guide
      A Capella University library guide has been created specifically for your use in this course. You are encouraged to refer to the resources in the BUS-FP3021– Fundamentals of Business Law Library Guide to help direct your research. Pay particular attention to the Capella University Library Legal Research Library Guide linked within.
      Internet Resources
      Access the following resources by clicking the links provided. Please note that URLs change frequently. Permissions for the following links have been either granted or deemed appropriate for educational use at the time of course publication.
    • Nolo. (2013). Nolo law for all. Retrieved from
      • This resource provides helpful background on a range of legal issues. You may find the Free Legal Information section of the site particularly helpful.
    • Your assessments throughout this course will be case law analysis papers based on real-world court decisions you will choose and research independently. The following suggested resources provide helpful methods of locating relevant cases:
    • FindLaw. (2013). US Supreme Court opinions. Retrieved from
    • Cornell University Law School – Legal Information Institute (LII). (n.d.). Supreme Court: Most recent decisions. Retrieved from
    • Nolo. (2011). US Supreme Court center. Retrieved from
    • Oyez, Inc. (2011). U.S. Supreme Court media – Cases. Retrieved from
    • Bookstore Resources
      The resources listed below are relevant to the topics and assessments in this course and are not required. Unless noted otherwise, these materials are available for purchase from the Capella University Bookstore. When searching the bookstore, be sure to look for the Course ID with the specific –FP (FlexPath) course designation.
    • Miller, R. L., & Cross, F. B. (2018). The legal environment of business: Text and cases (10th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage.
  • Assessment InstructionsFor this assessment, you will first select an actual business-related U.S. legal case, pertaining to the topic of contract law, based on briefly conducting associated research. Based on that, you will then select an organization that you believe would be impacted by that legal case. Having completed both of these tasks, you should assume you’re a senior manager in the organization you selected, and that you were asked to perform an analysis of the legal case and to write an executive briefing for the executive team of that same organization. Your executive briefing should include a summary of the case, as well as an evaluation of how the case impacts the organization.
    The purpose of this format is two-fold:

    1. To give you the opportunity to research and investigate a real court decision.
    2. To challenge you to think about the business implications of the case, and specifically how the case will impact an actual organization.
    3. In your case law analysis you must be able to navigate the court’s decision, and summarize and evaluate it. You may choose any business-related court case, either state or federal, as the basis for your case law executive briefing, as long as the case is applicable to the assessment topic. You are expected to conduct your own independent research to locate and evaluate the applicability of cases. A few appropriate case law websites are recommended for you in the Resources, but you are not limited to using cases from these sites.
      For this assessment, use credible legal research databases and online resources, research federal and state court cases, and select any business-related case that has been decided by a state court, a federal court, or the United States Supreme Court. Then select an organization (potentially the organization for which you work) that you believe the selected case might impact. Write an executive briefing that addresses the following:
    4. Articulate the context and relevance of law in a business environment:
      • Identify the parties who are before the court.
      • Provide a brief background and context associated with the case. Summarize the facts in no more than 2–3 paragraphs.
      • Identify the specific disagreement between the parties.
      • Explain the ruling of the court and its business relevance in no more than 1–2 paragraphs. Was there a dissenting opinion? If so, explain why some of the judges or justices disagreed with the majority in the decision.
    5. Evaluate the business impact of the case:
      • Summarize your analysis of how the case will impact businesses in general, including both positive and negative impacts.
      • Indicate the organization you selected as potentially impacted by the case and why you selected that organization.
      • Explain how the case will impact the specific organization you selected, such that the executive team will understand the implications of the legal decision.
    6. Based on your executive audience, your executive briefing should be no more than two pages, and should be well organized and written in clear, succinct language. Follow APA rules for attributing sources that support your analysis and conclusions.
      Academic Integrity and APA Formatting
      As a reminder related to using APA rules to ensure academic honesty:
    7. When using a direct quote (using exact or nearly exact wording), you must enclose the quoted wording in quotation marks, immediately followed by an in-text citation. The source must then be listed in your references page.
    8. When paraphrasing (using your own words to describe a non-original idea), the paraphrased idea must be immediately followed by an in-text citation and the source must be listed in your references page.

A 38-year-old woman presents to the office with complaints of weight loss, fatigue, and insomnia

A 38-year-old woman presents to the office with complaints of weight

loss, fatigue, and insomnia of 3-month duration. She reports that she has

been feeling gradually more tired and staying up late at night because

she can’t sleep. She does not feel that she is doing as well in her occupation

as a secretary and states that she has trouble remembering things.

She does not go outdoors as much as she used to and cannot recall the

last time she went out with friends or enjoyed a social gathering. She

feels tired most of the week and states she feels that she wants to go to

sleep and frequently does not want to get out of bed. She denies any

recent medication, illicit drug, or alcohol use. She feels intense guilt

regarding past failed relationships because she perceives them as faults.

She states she has never thought of suicide, but has begun to feel increasingly


Her vital signs and general physical examination are normal, although

she becomes tearful while talking. Her mental status examination is significant

for depressed mood, psychomotor retardation, and difficulty attending

to questions. Laboratory studies reveal a normal metabolic panel, normal

complete blood count, and normal thyroid functions.


➤ What is the most likely diagnosis?

➤ What is your next step?

➤ What are important considerations and potential complications of


In what areas of nursing would you utilize dosage calculation

Why is it important to understand and utilize proper dosage calculation?

In what areas of nursing would you utilize dosage calculation?

Explain why the nurse should know how to calculate his/her own medications, even if the pharmacy has already calculated the medication.

Please answer the three questions utilizing APA 7th edition formating.

If you were the head of health communication unit at Saudi MOH, how will you improve the health communication strategies used now during COVID-19

Q1-Information system is most important in disaster management, what do you think about performance of communication system in response for and management of covid-19 outbreak in KSA?) CLO2?.

Q2- If you were the head of health communication unit at Saudi MOH, how will you improve the health communication strategies used now during COVID-19

· Give suggestions and/or recommendations

· Briefly discuss the importance of citizen engagement in health communication

Q3-Write short notes about : Risk factors for car crashes among teenagers in KSA?

Submission Instructions

Submit your Word document according to the following guidelines for each Question :

· Use attached Word Document.

· Fill in student’s information on the first page of this attached document.

· Start your writing from page 2

· Word limit: 500 words (about 1.5 pages)

· Font should be 12 Times New Roman

· Headings should be Bold

· Color should be Black

· Line spacing should be 1.5

· Use reliable references (APA format)

· AVOID PLAGIARISM (you will get ZERO when there is plagiarism)

· You should use at least 2 references

management advantages, cost reduction, and risk reduction of outsourcing

As a manager of an organization, you will often need to find ways to cut costs. One way to cut costs is to outsource by hiring another organization to perform the service. Consider the scenario below. As a manager for the public outreach department, you realize that the current system for managing outreach issues is outdated. You would like to have a new outreach system developed using the Cloudera platform to help manage big data. However, no one in the organization has the expertise. You will have to outsource the project to save on costs and avoid management problems. Two companies have sent in a bid—one from Vancouver, Canada, and one from Mumbai, India. The bid from India was slightly lower than the bid from Canada. Compose a response that includes the elements listed below.

Define what is meant by outsourcing.

Explain how Peter Drucker’s statement (covered in the textbook in uCertify) about how one company’s back room is another company’s front room pertains to outsourcing. Use an example.

Summarize the management advantages, cost reduction, and risk reduction of outsourcing.

Summarize the outsourcing risks concerning control, long-term costs, and exit strategy.

Discuss which company you would outsource to and why. Does distance matter?

Your case study must be at least two pages in length (not counting the title and reference pages), and you must use at least two references as a source for your essay. See the Suggested Reading section for some sample articles on outsourcing. Be sure to cite all sources used in APA format, and format your essay in APA style.