The Collection of Crime Data, NIBRS Crime Data:

The Collection of Crime Data, NIBRS Crime Data:. The Collection of Crime Data, NIBRS Crime Data:. You have read in the text about the nature and extent of information collected by the Uniform Crime Reporting system and the National-Incident Based Reporting system. For this week’s written assignment there will be two links for you to explore and two sets of questions for you to answer in your assignment. Your submission should be 2-3 pages in length and follow APA format and style.
First, review the categories of Victims, Known Offenders, Victim-to-Offender Relationships and Arrestees found in the online FBI press release “FBI Releases 2019 NIBRS Crime Data“
In your assignment, answer the following questions about the NIBRS Crime Data:
1.Is there anything about the percentages of Known Victims and Arrestees that surprised you? If so, what? Is this the picture of victimization and offender status that you commonly see in the media? Give some examples of what you do see.
2.As you can see in the Victim-to-Offender relationships section, only 25% of the victims were strangers to the suspects. If 75% of the victims and suspects know each other, what does that tell us about what we should be doing with our crime prevention efforts?
Second, go to the FBI’s online Crime Data Explorer.
You will see a map on Crime Data Explorer page. Select any state on the map and browse the page that you land on. Go through the drop-down boxes and see what information is available to you. Based on what you see on this page, include also in this week’s assignment your answers to the following questions;
3.Does the Crime Data Explorer include crime information that is of interest to you? If so, why? If not, what do you think should be included?
4.At the top of the Crime Data Explorer page, you will see a statement about how many law enforcement agencies reported information to the FBI. There may be some agencies that did not report to the FBI. What would be a reason why an agency would not report?
5.Discuss two things that you found to be interesting or informative about the crime data, or victim/offender data in the various graphs and drop-down menus on the Crime Data Explorer site. Explain if this data helps you see the overall crime picture in this area and what it tells you about crime reduction efforts should be like in the future.

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law case study. law case study. no plagiarism no match please , In April of 2021, Facebook announced that 533 million users’ phone numbers and personal date had been leaked. What obligations does Facebook have legally and ethically to safe-guard users’ personal information? What legal actions can be taken against Facebook to prevent this in the future?
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law. law. The analysis section is where you will tell us what you found, or what the results were of your data collection. But, as we discussed in class, you don’t want to just hand the reader your data and have them sort it out. You want to boil it down to its essence.
Length will vary depending on your topic. I strongly recommend using subheadings, each of which is named after a theme you noticed in your data. I’d like to see you come up with three themes. The themes shouldn’t be identical to those from your literature review, but they should be in conversation with the literature. Meaning, your themes should veer to far from what you reviewed early on, and, when appropriate, you may want to note how the themes you uncovered are similar to or different from the results of previous studies.
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Law Question. Law Question. Marissa owns Found Foods, a four-star farm-to-table restaurant in San Diego. Much of the food she serves at her restaurant she grows at a farm she owns just outside of San Diego. Her prized vegetable is broccoli. She grows ten acres of this luscious vegetable.
Marissa grows more than she can use so she sells the excess to other restaurants in California and Arizona. Last week she received a notice from the federal government that the broccoli market was saturated so congress passed legislation that limits each small family farm to growing just three acres. This is necessary, they say, to prevent broccoli prices from plummeting, resulting in a broccoli shortage. Marissa is outraged.
Marissa’s reputation as a broccoli aficionado resulted in a publishing contract with cookbook publisher Fruitbowl Press. Her book, titled Broccoli for Lovers, explores the many ways broccoli can spruce up one’s romantic encounters. On the cover is Edgar Degas’ 1897 painting titled “After the Bath,” showing a fully nude woman exiting a bathtub full of broccoli. (Marissa, of course, photo-shopped the broccoli in the tub.)
Her publisher called to tell her that the book would not be available in bookstores located in Texas.The Texas state legislature passed an “anti-obscenity” law that bans the sale of books with titles “offensive to anyone in the community.” A Texas resident complained that the cookbook is “sexually suggestive.” Her 12-year-old son saw the book at the local bookstore and was, she said, traumatized. He now refuses to eat the vegetable, or to ever again take a bath. The book is now banned from every bookstore and retail outlet throughout the entire state of Texas. Marissa is enraged!
Later while browsing in the cookbook section of a San Diego bookstore Marissa picked up a copy of Broccoli in Love, a cookbook by Conrad, a chef who used to work at Marissa’s restaurant. Marissa is shocked by what she sees. The book cover has on it the same Edgar Degas painting used on her book, but instead of the broccoli in the tub it’s in a bowl on a table. All of the recipes in Conrad’s book are identical to Marissa’s recipes. Conrad had access to these recipes while working at Marissa’s restaurant! Marissa is furious!
Marissa returns to the restaurant kitchen to take her mind off of all the madness. She’s preparing her famous Broccoli Flambe (a cooking procedure in which alcohol is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames.) This entree is typically delivered to the guest by Marissa since she is trained in handling flaming dishes. It’s ready to go but Marissa is on the phone to her lawyer so she motions for Jonny, an inexperienced bus person, to deliver the dish to table 7. On the way to the table Jonny trips over an exposed electrical cord, causing the dish to fly through the air, landing on and severely burning Marcus, a customer.
As expected, lawsuits begin to fly. Answer the questions below based on this scenario.
1. Marissa had planned on growing 10 acres of broccoli next season to fulfill orders from a restaurant in Arizona. The three-acre limit means she can’t fill the order. She contacts you, her attorney, for advice.
a)Where in the U.S. Constitution will Congress claim that they have the power to tell Marissa how much broccoli she can grow? Just the particular clause.
b)What is the test the courts use to determine whether or not Congress has this power?
c)I discussed a U.S. Supreme Court case in the PowerPoint videos that had a similar fact scenario? Tell us the name of the case and provide a one or two sentence summary of the facts.
2. This question also refers to the government effort to limit the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow.
a)Using the test you laid out in 1.b. above, use facts to make the case for the government that they can regulate the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow. Here you are the government’s advocate.
b)Now make the case for Marissa that the government has exceeded its authority. Here you are Marissa’s advocate.
c)Let’s say for this question that Marissa decides not to sell any broccoli, but plans to use all that she grows only in her restaurant. Will that make a difference? Explain.
3. This question has to do with the banning of Marissa’s book from bookstores in Texas.
a)What is the name of the case discussed in the PowerPoint videos that concerned similar facts surrounding the banning of a product? Include the name and a very brief summary of facts.
b)What is the test used by the courts in that case to determine if the government exceeded its authority when banning a product? Just the test.
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Law Question. Law Question. Marissa owns Found Foods, a four-star farm-to-table restaurant in San Diego. Much of the food she serves at her restaurant she grows at a farm she owns just outside of San Diego. Her prized vegetable is broccoli. She grows ten acres of this luscious vegetable.
Marissa grows more than she can use so she sells the excess to other restaurants in California and Arizona. Last week she received a notice from the federal government that the broccoli market was saturated so congress passed legislation that limits each small family farm to growing just three acres. This is necessary, they say, to prevent broccoli prices from plummeting, resulting in a broccoli shortage. Marissa is outraged.
Marissa’s reputation as a broccoli aficionado resulted in a publishing contract with cookbook publisher Fruitbowl Press. Her book, titled Broccoli for Lovers, explores the many ways broccoli can spruce up one’s romantic encounters. On the cover is Edgar Degas’ 1897 painting titled “After the Bath,” showing a fully nude woman exiting a bathtub full of broccoli. (Marissa, of course, photo-shopped the broccoli in the tub.)
Her publisher called to tell her that the book would not be available in bookstores located in Texas.The Texas state legislature passed an “anti-obscenity” law that bans the sale of books with titles “offensive to anyone in the community.” A Texas resident complained that the cookbook is “sexually suggestive.” Her 12-year-old son saw the book at the local bookstore and was, she said, traumatized. He now refuses to eat the vegetable, or to ever again take a bath. The book is now banned from every bookstore and retail outlet throughout the entire state of Texas. Marissa is enraged!
Later while browsing in the cookbook section of a San Diego bookstore Marissa picked up a copy of Broccoli in Love, a cookbook by Conrad, a chef who used to work at Marissa’s restaurant. Marissa is shocked by what she sees. The book cover has on it the same Edgar Degas painting used on her book, but instead of the broccoli in the tub it’s in a bowl on a table. All of the recipes in Conrad’s book are identical to Marissa’s recipes. Conrad had access to these recipes while working at Marissa’s restaurant! Marissa is furious!
Marissa returns to the restaurant kitchen to take her mind off of all the madness. She’s preparing her famous Broccoli Flambe (a cooking procedure in which alcohol is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames.) This entree is typically delivered to the guest by Marissa since she is trained in handling flaming dishes. It’s ready to go but Marissa is on the phone to her lawyer so she motions for Jonny, an inexperienced bus person, to deliver the dish to table 7. On the way to the table Jonny trips over an exposed electrical cord, causing the dish to fly through the air, landing on and severely burning Marcus, a customer.

As expected, lawsuits begin to fly. Answer the questions below based on this scenario.

1. Marissa had planned on growing 10 acres of broccoli next season to fulfill orders from a restaurant in Arizona. The three-acre limit means she can’t fill the order. She contacts you, her attorney, for advice.
a)Where in the U.S. Constitution will Congress claim that they have the power to tell Marissa how much broccoli she can grow? Just the particular clause.
b)What is the test the courts use to determine whether or not Congress has this power?
c)I discussed a U.S. Supreme Court case in the PowerPoint videos that had a similar fact scenario? Tell us the name of the case and provide a one or two sentence summary of the facts.
2. This question also refers to the government effort to limit the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow.
a)Using the test you laid out in 1.b. above, use facts to make the case for the government that they can regulate the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow. Here you are the government’s advocate.
b)Now make the case for Marissa that the government has exceeded its authority. Here you are Marissa’s advocate.
c)Let’s say for this question that Marissa decides not to sell any broccoli, but plans to use all that she grows only in her restaurant. Will that make a difference? Explain.
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Please help me with the question. Please help me with the question. NOTE: REFER TO THIS SCENARIO FOR ALL QUESTIONS BELOW
Marissa owns Found Foods, a four-star farm-to-table restaurant in San Diego. Much of the food she serves at her restaurant she grows at a farm she owns just outside of San Diego. Her prized vegetable is broccoli. She grows ten acres of this luscious vegetable.
Marissa grows more than she can use so she sells the excess to other restaurants in California and Arizona. Last week she received a notice from the federal government that the broccoli market was saturated so congress passed legislation that limits each small family farm to growing just three acres. This is necessary, they say, to prevent broccoli prices from plummeting, resulting in a broccoli shortage. Marissa is outraged.
Marissa’s reputation as a broccoli aficionado resulted in a publishing contract with cookbook publisher Fruitbowl Press. Her book, titled Broccoli for Lovers, explores the many ways broccoli can spruce up one’s romantic encounters. On the cover is Edgar Degas’ 1897 painting titled “After the Bath,” showing a fully nude woman exiting a bathtub full of broccoli. (Marissa, of course, photo-shopped the broccoli in the tub.)
Her publisher called to tell her that the book would not be available in bookstores located in Texas.The Texas state legislature passed an “anti-obscenity” law that bans the sale of books with titles “offensive to anyone in the community.” A Texas resident complained that the cookbook is “sexually suggestive.” Her 12-year-old son saw the book at the local bookstore and was, she said, traumatized. He now refuses to eat the vegetable, or to ever again take a bath. The book is now banned from every bookstore and retail outlet throughout the entire state of Texas. Marissa is enraged!
Later while browsing in the cookbook section of a San Diego bookstore Marissa picked up a copy of Broccoli in Love, a cookbook by Conrad, a chef who used to work at Marissa’s restaurant. Marissa is shocked by what she sees. The book cover has on it the same Edgar Degas painting used on her book, but instead of the broccoli in the tub it’s in a bowl on a table. All of the recipes in Conrad’s book are identical to Marissa’s recipes. Conrad had access to these recipes while working at Marissa’s restaurant! Marissa is furious!
Marissa returns to the restaurant kitchen to take her mind off of all the madness. She’s preparing her famous Broccoli Flambe (a cooking procedure in which alcohol is added to a hot pan to create a burst of flames.) This entree is typically delivered to the guest by Marissa since she is trained in handling flaming dishes. It’s ready to go but Marissa is on the phone to her lawyer so she motions for Jonny, an inexperienced bus person, to deliver the dish to table 7. On the way to the table Jonny trips over an exposed electrical cord, causing the dish to fly through the air, landing on and severely burning Marcus, a customer.
As expected, lawsuits begin to fly. Answer the questions below based on this scenario.
1. Marissa had planned on growing 10 acres of broccoli next season to fulfill orders from a restaurant in Arizona. The three-acre limit means she can’t fill the order. She contacts you, her attorney, for advice.
a)Where in the U.S. Constitution will Congress claim that they have the power to tell Marissa how much broccoli she can grow? Just the particular clause.
b)What is the test the courts use to determine whether or not Congress has this power?
c)I discussed a U.S. Supreme Court case in the PowerPoint videos that had a similar fact scenario? Tell us the name of the case and provide a one or two sentence summary of the facts.
2. This question also refers to the government effort to limit the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow.
a)Using the test you laid out in 1.b. above, use facts to make the case for the government that they can regulate the amount of broccoli that Marissa can grow. Here you are the government’s advocate.
b)Now make the case for Marissa that the government has exceeded its authority. Here you are Marissa’s advocate.
c)Let’s say for this question that Marissa decides not to sell any broccoli, but plans to use all that she grows only in her restaurant. Will that make a difference? Explain.
3. This question has to do with the banning of Marissa’s book from bookstores in Texas.
a)What is the name of the case discussed in the PowerPoint videos that concerned similar facts surrounding the banning of a product? Include the name and a very brief summary of facts.
b)What is the test used by the courts in that case to determine if the government exceeded its authority when banning a product? Just the test.
4. This question, too, concerns the banning of Marissa’s book.
a)Using the test used by the court that you shared in question 3, make the case for the Texas government that they have the right to ban the book.
b)Using that same test, make the case for Marissa that the Texas legislature has exceeded its authority.
5. Now let’s move to the issue concerning the copying of Marissa’s recipes in the book written by her former chef, Conrad. For each of the following, list whether the particular component can be protected and, if so, by which form of intellectual property. Provide an explanation for each.
a)The painting on the cover
b)The recipes
c)The book title

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Write at least half a page on each of the followong questions Question #1 – Chapter 15 Formation of

Write at least half a page on each of the followong questions Question #1 – Chapter 15 Formation of. Write at least half a page on each of the followong questions Question #1 – Chapter 15 Formation of. Write at least half a page on each of the followong questions
Question #1 – Chapter 15 Formation of a Corporation.

When built-in loss property is contributed to a corporation in order to prevent the transferor and the corporation from obtaining duplicate benefits, Congress legislated certain limitations. Using as examples the solutions in problem 509 please explain.

Question #2 – Chapter 16 Nonliquidating Distributions.

Please explain the consequences to both the distributing corporation and to the shareholder in the distribution of property in nonliquidating distributions. Use the solution to Problem 611 to derive illustrations or example for your narrative . In your explanation include the effects of the repeal or the General Utilities doctrine on this topic.

Question #3 – Chapter 17 Redemptions and Partial Liquidations.

Please explain the issue relating to the “waiver” of the family attribution rules, the intent, the mechanics and the requirements.

Question #4 – Chapter 19 Complete Liquidations.

The text at page 764 within the context of limitations on recognition of loss in cases where both “Sections 336(d)(1) and 336(d)(2) apply to the same transaction, the harsher rule in Section 336(d)(1) takes precedence. Please explain along with operation of both of those sections.

Write at least half a page on each of the followong questions Question #1 – Chapter 15 Formation of

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Law and society

Law and society. Law and society. The analysis section is where you will tell us what you found, or what the results were of your data collection. But, as we discussed in class, you don’t want to just hand the reader your data and have them sort it out. You want to boil it down to its essence.
Length will vary depending on your topic. I strongly recommend using subheadings, each of which is named after a theme you noticed in your data. I’d like to see you come up with three themes. The themes shouldn’t be identical to those from your literature review, but they should be in conversation with the literature. Meaning, your themes should veer to far from what you reviewed early on, and, when appropriate, you may want to note how the themes you uncovered are similar to or different from the results of previous studies.
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case study. case study. Case StudyIn April of 2021, Facebook announced that 533 million users’ phone numbers and personal date had been leaked. What obligations does Facebook have legally and ethically to safe-guard users’ personal information? What legal actions can be taken against Facebook to prevent this in the future?Action Items 1. Read the case study above. 2. By the due date, submit your answers to the case study questions. Justify your answers.

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law – case study. law – case study. no plagiarism no match please , In April of 2021, Facebook announced that 533 million users’ phone numbers and personal date had been leaked. What obligations does Facebook have legally and ethically to safe-guard users’ personal information? What legal actions can be taken against Facebook to prevent this in the future?
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