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Does a capitalist state maintain social & economic order?

Does a Capitalist State maintain social & economic order? Give an example /// Aside from this can you please also insert two good questions regarding the reading I can ask two classmates as a response.

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You will be assigned to topics by last name to complete this discussion forum.

Significant advances in forensic science and technology have been made in just the last 50 to 75 years. The two areas most significantly affected by these advances, which have allowed investigators to reevaluate old cases with new tools, are cold case investigations (i.e., usually homicide or sexual assault) and exonerating individuals wrongfully convicted. The class will be divided into groups to explore these topics closely.
You are also strongly encouraged to review the recommended sources, which may further support this discussion forum. You will be assigned to topics by last name to complete this discussion forum.
You will be assigned as follows if your last name begins with the following letters:
A through M: Unsolved cold cases (THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE)
From the perspective of your assigned topic, evaluate modern science’s potential in reevaluating evidence from historical cases. Provide examples and specific details about what has changed and the impact it has had on the criminal justice system.
The instructor has the discretion to reassign students to an alternative category to ensure topics are all covered.

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What role does human service practice play in the pretrial diversion setting specifically?

Assignment Description Your supervisor, Ms. Harris, possesses a bachelor’s of social work (B.S.W.) degree and is working on her master’s degree in social work (M.S.W.) by going to school at night on a part-time basis. Prior to accepting the position at the pretrial diversion program, she worked in a community mental health clinic providing services to low-income families. You have your bachelor’s degree in criminal justice behind you and your internship with the pretrial diversion program is halfway completed. You and Ms. Harris have had some intense discussions about human service practice in general and human service practice in the criminal justice field in particular. You decide that you will chart the similarities and differences between the two and present a detailed outline to her comparing and contrasting the two. A detailed outline is in the traditional form of an outline; however, the text will contain sentences as opposed to single words or phrases. In your detailed outline, you should cover the following topics: 1. Identify 2 ways in which human service practice is different in the mental health setting versus the criminal justice setting (you may use any venue in the criminal justice setting for comparison, such as prison, jail, juvenile detention, pretrial diversion, parole, probation, etc.). 2. Identify 2 ways in which human service practice is similar in the mental health setting versus the criminal justice setting (you may use any venue in the criminal justice setting for comparison, such as prison, jail, juvenile detention, pretrial diversion, parole, probation, etc.). 3. What role does human service practice play in the pretrial diversion setting specifically? 4. At what point, if any, does human service practice in the mental health setting converge on the pretrial diversion setting?

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Explain the elements of alcohol abuse in mr. potts’s case.

Assignment Description Case Study As a new probation officer, you are meeting with a new client, Mr. Anthony Potts, who has been convicted of an alcohol-related driving offense and was sentenced to 3 years of probation. Mr. Potts has been married to Anna Potts for 18 years, and they have two children: Sarah, age 13, and Cindy, age 11. Mr. Potts owns a chain of retail stores, works long hours during the week and on the weekends, and has not been an involved father because he spends most of his time working. His pattern has been to go out to various restaurants and bars with his partners after the stores close at 9:30 p.m. and drink alcohol until closing. He has then typically driven home under the influence of alcohol. You meet with Mrs. Potts, who is very guarded in her discussions with you about her husband’s drinking history. What you can learn from Mrs. Potts includes police involvement a few times during the marriage due to the drinking, long nights where Mr. Potts kept the family awake in his drunken rages, and very poor communication between Mrs. Potts and Mr. Potts. You have learned that Mr. Potts does not drink alcohol in the mornings. He does not binge drink, and he does not drink on Tuesdays. He does, however, drink the other 6 days of the week. Mrs. Potts explains his pattern of drinking Monday through Friday with his partners, but he does not drink at home on those days. She also informs you that he does drink on Saturdays at home, often starting in the afternoon and passing out by dinnertime. He has a history of being loud, frightening, and angry when under the influence of alcohol. You also learn that Mr. Potts’s father was a winemaker from Italy. This is your first alcohol-related case, so you discuss this with your supervisor at your weekly supervision session and explain that the court has asked for a report from your office to determine whether treatment should be a condition of Mr. Potts’s probation. Your supervisor, Probation Officer Rexford, asks you to submit a publish report, which will include professional sources to support your contentions, outlining the following: 1. Explain the elements of alcohol abuse in Mr. Potts’s case. 2. Give examples of and explain how genetics and heredity play a role in the transmission of alcoholism from one generation to another in Mr. Potts’s case. 3. Explain where and why Mr. Potts falls on the continuum-of-use spectrum, as described in your readings for this unit. 4. Relate how the history of alcohol use may have impacted Mr. Potts’s current condition. Grading Criteria Maximum Points Possible Provided a comprehensive list of elements that describe alcoholism in the case study. 25 Listed examples and explained how genetics and heredity impact future alcohol abuse. 25 Demonstrated an understanding of the Continuum of Use with alcohol as the primary substance using the case study as an example. 30 Provided some insight as to how the history of alcohol use may have contributed to the condition in this case study. 35 Professional Language: Assignment contains accurate grammar, spelling, and/or punctuation with few or no errors. (APA formatting is required or style specified in assignment) 10 Total 125

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This is only part two!

This assignments is TWO part assignment!
This is only part Two! 7 Silde Power Point.
PROJECT TWO: CRIMINAL LAW
BACKGROUND OF COUNTRY
Location on map
Demographics
Population
Racial, ethnic, and/or religious population percentages
Method by which sovereignty was attained
ECONOMIC STRUCTURE
Centralized
Socialist
Capitalist
Mixed
GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE
Type of government
Monarchy
Dictatorship
Republic
Democratic
Constitution
Common Law
Written
Other
Branches
Executive
Legislative
Judicial
Method of selecting officials in branches
LEGAL TRADITION
Common
Civil
Islamic
Eastern Asia
Combination
SOURCE OF:
Substantive Criminal Law
Procedural Criminal Law
DESCRIBE PROCEDURAL PROTECTIONS

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This is part two of the assignment!

This is part two of the assignment!
The assignments will require the student to research, make PowerPoint presentation covering the material presented in the formal paper describing Police/Law Enforcement of a foreign country.
PROJECT ONE:
– POLICE/LAW ENFORCEMENT CLASSIFICATION OR TYPE OF STRUCTURE
NUMBER OF AGENCIES IN THE COUNTRY
-OFFICERS PER 1000 POPULATION
– ARMED OR UNARMED ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
– Centralized or decentralized National State or provincial Local
– JURISDICTIONAL STRUCTURE Overlapping Coordinated Uncoordinated
-OPERATIONS/DUTIES Proactive Reactive Investigative
– CRIME RATE CORRUPTION AND MISCONDUCT ISSUES
LEVEL OF COOPERATION WITH FOREIGN AGENICES PROCEDURES, POLICIES, METHODS OR IDEAS THE U.S. SHOULD ADOPT: At least one (1) procedure, policy, or idea must be described that you feel the U.S. should adopt and explain why.
PROCEDURES, POLICIES, METHODS OR IDEAS THE U.S. COULD NOT OR SHOULD NOT ADOPT: At least one (1) procedure, policy, or idea must be described that the U.S should not or could not adopt and explain why.
The PowerPoint portion of the assignment
must be submitted via an electronic mail (email) attachment prior to the due date/time or utilizing the submit feature within the respective module under the assignment section.

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I need a title page, a properly formatted bibliography, 5 sources from peer reviewed journals and other scholarly works

I need a title page, a properly formatted bibliography, 5 sources from peer reviewed journals and other scholarly works

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Please provide a thoughtful answer to the following question: in your opinion, is how will the overturning of roe v. wade by the supreme court of the united states (scotus) affect people in this country?

Please provide a thoughtful answer to the following question: In your opinion, is how will the overturning of Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) affect people in this country?

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Are not valid for college level apa writing.

Your paper must be in APA style, including:
Title Page
Not less than five full pages of content nor more than seven pages of content (Title and Reference pages DO NOT count). The total page count should be between seven (7) to ten (10) pages.
Fully referenced in APA Style, to include in-text citations matched to references on the Reference Page
No less than three references nor more than five references
Citation must be a valid source: Wikipedia, NYT, WaPo, CNN, Guardian, BBC, Bloomberg Etc. ARE NOT VALID for College level APA writing.
Do not annotate references.
No Abstract or Table of Contents is required.
Charts, graphs and photographs are not considered part of the body of the paper and are referenced and included in the appendix.

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Your community.

In the last 4 weeks, you have explored the
development of criminological theory, its
relationship to the criminal justice system (police,
courts, and corrections), and the cost of crime to
your community.
In this activity, you are going to further develop your
analytical and writing skills while applying critical
thinking by researching crime prevention programs
that have proven successful in reducing crime.
Using your reading assignments, intellipath®
lessons, and other resources, address the following
a 2-page paper:
1.
Provide separate examples of a successful
program or policy for primary, secondary, and
tertiary crime prevention. (3 examples total)
2. Show how each of the examples you chose is
supported by a specific criminological theory.
3.
Explain why you believe the program was a
success. Support your position with specific
cases or real examples or actual statistics.