BCJ 3601 Unit 5 Case Study

BCJ 3601 Unit 5 Case Study

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Unit 5 Case Study Columbia Southern University Summary of Case In this case, there is a question of what constitutes stalking at the time of the incident. Jennifer Clements feels like she is being stalked by her husband who will not sign divorce papers that she has had drawn up. Nathan was sentenced to 12 […]

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Essay: Corpus Delicti

Essay: Corpus Delicti

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Corpus Delicti Columbia Southern University Introduction There are many things that can change a decision that can be made during a trial. Corpus delicti is one of those rules that can change the outcome of someone getting life in prison or not getting a couple years and getting out on parole. The thin line that […]

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BCJ 3601 Unit 4 Case Study

BCJ 3601 Unit 4 Case Study

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Unit 4 Case Study Columbia Southern University What is euthanasia? Euthanasia is basically the killing of someone that has been thought out by the individual and is administered by a doctor. Usually the person wants to end their life and does want to deal with the medical issues that they are dealing or a doctor […]

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BCJ 3601 Unit 3 Essay

BCJ 3601 Unit 3 Essay

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Unit 3 Essay Columbia Southern University Introduction Being a battered woman can be mentally and physically I think when the Supreme Court was trying to say that there can not be a specific definition of a battered woman. There are so many situations that can make a woman a battered woman because not every situation […]

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Case Study: stare decisis

Case Study: stare decisis

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stare decisis Columbia Southern University What does it mean when it says “ Stare decisis is not an inexorable command; rather it is a principle of policy and not a mechanical formula of adherence to the latest decision?” The first question that needs to be answered is what is Stare decisis? It is a principle […]

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Case Study: MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURTHOUSE

Case Study: MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURTHOUSE

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UNIT VII MONTGOMERY COUNTY COURTHOUSE CASE STUDY BCJ 3450 Columbia Southern University In Court Security; A Guide for Post 911 Environments by Tony L. Jones, there are three basic elements of physical security: monitoring and controlling the access of people and vehicles; the detection & prevention of unauthorized intrusions; and the safeguarding & hardening of […]

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BCJ 3450 Unit V Assessment

BCJ 3450 Unit V Assessment

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Why is it important to keep prisoners out of public areas? It is vitally important to keep prisoners out of public areas in courthouses for several reasons. Prisoners must be kept away from witnesses because they could attempt to persuade or influence their testimony. Even if the witness was being called by the prisoner’s defense […]

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BCJ 3450 Unit VIII Final Exam

BCJ 3450 Unit VIII Final Exam

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What are some of the methods used to disguise a firearm in an attempt to enter the courthouse? Illegal & prohibited weapons, to include firearms, may be difficult to identify and locate on people entering a courthouse. Marketing and sales of disguised or concealable weapons have exploded in the United States since the 1950’s (Jones, […]

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Tech Essay: TECHNOLOGY IN THE COURTHOUSE

Tech Essay: TECHNOLOGY IN THE COURTHOUSE

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UNIT IV TECHNOLOGY IN THE COURTHOUSE BCJ 3450 Columbia Southern University There are three basic elements of physical security: control & monitor the access of people and vehicles; detect & prevent any unauthorized intrusions (both physical and cyber); and to safeguard buildings, people, and assets (Jones, 2003). A courthouse should have several rings of security […]

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Goals Theory Essay: Probation and Parole – Theory and Goals

Goals Theory Essay: Probation and Parole – Theory and Goals

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Probation and Parole – Theory and Goals Unit III Name BCJ 3150 Columbia Southern University The goal of both probation and parole are to rehabilitate offenders and guide them back into society while protecting the community from these very same criminals (Abadinsky, 2018). Existing in both probation & parole are incentives to following the rules, […]

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