Ethics In Criminal Justice Administration

Write a 1,400-word paper in which you analyze the relationship between ethics and professional behavior in the administration of criminal justice.

  • Explain the role of critical thinking with regard to the relationship of ethics and professional behavior.
  • Include in your paper a proposal for a seminar in ethics training for law enforcement officers.
  • In your proposal choose five areas of ethical conduct and that will be stressed in the seminar.
  • Explain why you chose those areas and what the expected benefits of the training will be for both officers and the community.

Include at least four peer reviewed references
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.



Joanna verbally contracts to work with Jimmy for three-years. After Joanna starts work, Jimmy fires her without cause. Joanna sues Jimmy for breach of contract. Is Joanna likely to recover under the contract? Is there some other legal theory that might support a legal recovery?


Steven enters into a contract with Mandy. The contract is for Mandy to repair Steven’s car for $600. What are Mandy’s rights and duties? What are Steven’s rights and duties? If the contract expressly prohibits any assignment, can Mandy assign his right to payment?


Johnny sells his car to Tammy for $700. Johnny works as a construction worker. Johnny notifies Tammy that he has the goods at the buyer’s disposition, and that Tammy is free to pick them up at any time. While Tammy is on her way, the car is stolen with no fault at Johnny. Who bears the risk of loss? Assume the contract is silent on who bears the risk of loss.


The Soda Company manufactures bottles to contain carbonated beverages. They have invested millions of dollars to provide the most state-of-the-art bottling facility the world has ever seen. And their QA process is unmatched. The Soda Company takes every precaution to ensure that it’s bottles are of the highest quality. One day Cody buys a bottle of soda with a bottle manufactured by the Soda Company. The bottle was not substantially changed from the time of manufacture to the purchase. As soon as Cody opens the bottle, it explodes in his hand causing lacerations. Cody sues for negligence. Will he recover? Be sure to list and apply the elements of negligence to this case.


Same facts as #4 except that Cody sues under a strict product liability theory. Will Cody recover under strict product liability? Be sure to list and apply the elements of strict product liability to this case.


Public University has a policy that bans “inappropriate” signs and banners at all athletic events. James, a student at Public University, was ejected from a game and immediately suspended from school (without a hearing) for holding a sign that called for the firing of the football coach. University officials justified the policy as a promotion of greater sportsmanship.

1) Based on the material in the textbook, including your analysis of appropriate case law, do you believe the University’s policy is a violation of the First Amendment’s protection of freedom of speech?
2) Why or why not?
3) Under what circumstances do you believe such a policy could be justified (give at least two [2] situations)?

These need to be answered in question form and not paper form.  Please be very detailed and make sure to cite everything and be very specific in responses.

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Be sure to: 1) identify the legal source of the issue; 2) use and define the legal words/phases that apply; 3) include a minimum of two [2] internet references; 4) properly ci

Majority View

Based on the readings related to the “Majority View” (what you believe the majority of people would do), “Feelings,” (do you feel it is right or wrong thing to do?) and “Conscience”, describe the ethical dilemma presented by these scenarios and explain which of these factors would influence how you would respond to the following scenarios:

  • If you found something at a yard sale that was far more valuable than the posted price, would you let the seller know?
  • Is it considered stealing to take pens from a bank? What about extra napkins from a fast-food restaurant?
  • If someone tells an offensive joke, is it my responsibility to speak up about it?
  • Is it ever ok to sneak a peek at your significant other’s email?
  • My boss asked me to cover for him on his expense report by saying I was at a meal when I wasn’t . Should I do it?

Assignment Details –

For each of the scenarios above I’m looking for a 1-2 paragraph response to each scenario. Your response should include: 1- What you believe the majority of people would do. 2- Describe whether you feel it is right or wrong to do what is suggested in each scenario. 3- If there is an ethical dilemma, describe it and explain how it would influence your response.

corporate negligence

As the newly appointed assistant to the In-service Coordinator, your  responsibilities include ensuring all newly hired nurses and physicians  are familiar with the legal and ethical guidelines of the facility.

Discuss the following information in 3-5 pages, not including title  page and reference page. You are expected to use a minimum of two  references and utilize APA style:

  • Define corporate negligence. Research the benchmark case of Darling v. Charleston Community Memorial Hospital as  an example of a corporate negligence. Describe the legal issues in the  case and describe how the hospital failed its ethical duty to the  patient.
  • Define respondeat superior, and provide an example for two of  the professions listed below, of how unethical behaviors could lead to  an organization being held vicariously liable under the legal principle  of respondeat superior:
    • Physician
    • Nurse
    • Chiropractor
    • Respiratory Therapist
    • Occupational Therapist
    • Physical Therapist
  • Discuss corporate duties and corporate responsibilities and  explain the role the healthcare organization has in ensuring the  compliance of corporate duties and responsibilities

Medical Law Assessment 2

Question 1         Describe the purpose of medical records and the importance of thorough and accurate documentation of patient care. What does the expression “not charted, not done” mean in health care? Explain the ownership of medical records and the standards for retaining medical records. Who really owns the medical record, and why?

Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

Question 2         Explain the process of health information technology (HIT) implementation that is currently taking place across the United States. Why is this implementation taking place at this point in history?

Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

Question 3         Identify unique aspects of confidentiality for alcohol and drug abuse patient records. Why is it so important that information in these records be protected at a higher level of privacy?

Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

Question 4         Describe the benefits of electronic medical records for patient care, naming at least three specific advantages of electronic records over traditional paper records.

Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

440 Paper

Consider the following list of evidence to be processed for latent fingerprints.   Please write a paper detailing how you would process and recover the latent prints from the items.  Clearly explain:  1) why you chose these methods rather than other means of processing and, 2) if the methods you chose would be different if you were operating in the field versus working in a controlled laboratory environment and why.

Please consult the associated rubric before you begin and always support your ideas, arguments, and comments with appropriately referenced (APA) literature, theory, and research. A good resource in addition to the course materials and other research is theChesapeake Bay Division of the International Association for Identification Interactive Chemical Reagent Program.

1)  A large metal safe with rutted, chipped & rusty painted sides and a shiny, smooth handle.

2)  Papers removed from the safe.

3)  A knife which had been sitting out in the direct sunshine for several days

4)  Several 2-3′ sections of duct tape and the roll from which it came.

5)  A handgun recovered from the bottom of a lake (properly submitted in a sealed bucket of the water from which it was recovered).

6)  A plastic bag

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Write A 3-5 Reaction Paper On Hawkins V. McGee, A Leading Case On Damages In Contracts Handed Down By The New Hampshire Supreme Court. profile

Reaction Paper Grading Rubric Specifics of the paper: single-spaced, Times New Roman Font Size 12

Dimension Points Possible

Effective introduction and conclusion, summarizing and explaining the main points of the paper

Explanation and description of the key facts, legal issues, and findings from the case

Analysis and evaluation of the case as well as comments on the weaknesses and strengths of the decision

Effective reference to the materials of the class, other cases discussed as well as outside sources and authorities

Writing style, grammar and spelling



Corporations – Law School Essay

ABCO, Inc., was formed in 1922. By 1978 it was a large diversified corporation with over three billion dollars in assets. It had authorized twenty million shares of common stock. Eleven million, five-hundred thousand (11,500,000) of these shares had been issued. ABCO currently held five-hundred thousand (500,000) in its own name which it had repurchased in the market to use for various employee stock option plans. Another one million (1,000,000) shares were owned by ABSCB, a wholly owned subsidiary of ABCO. The remaining ten million shares were widely held by over ten thousand (10,000) shareholders. Its stock was listed on both the New York and American Stock Exchanges.

On January 15, 1979, ABCO announced a decrease in earnings from $25 to $23 per share. This was attributed primarily to losses sustained by its Electronics Division. Its Electronics Division in the past had accounted for approximately ten percent (10%) of ABCO’s total sales. After the announcement the price of ABCO stock declined from $53 to $48. John Director, a member of ABCO’s Board of Directors, felt that ABCO would recover so he purchased, on January 30, 1979, one-hundred thousand (100,000) shares of stock at $48 per share.

On February 15, 1979, one of the research scientists of the Electronics Division discovered what appeared to be a major breakthrough in microcircuitry. He reported his discovery to Joe Officer, the President of ABCO, and explained that it would take at least two months to verify. If feasible, the breakthrough would turn the Electronics Division around and enable ABCo to capture a large segment of the available market.

On February 20, Officer bough 50,000 shares of ABCo at $48 per share.

Doug Investor, a securities analyst, based on his studies of ABCO’s financial statements, decided it was a good investment. On March 1 he purchased 400,000 shares at $48. On March 9 he purchased 500,000 shares at $49. On March 16 he purchased 200,000 shares at $49. On March 30 he purchased 200,000 shares at $48.

Fred Seller owned 20,000 shares of ABCO. On March 28 he visited Joe Officer to discuss the future of ABCO. Mr. Officer did not tell Mr. Seller of the possible Electronics Division breakthrough, but offered to buy his shares at $50 per share. Seller agreed.

On April 3, 1979, the breakthrough was confirmed. ABCO’s Public Relations Department immediately prepared a release which was carried by all major newspapers and the nationwide wire services. It was picked up and broadcast by the major television and radio news networks as well.

ABCO’s stock rose to $60 per share by April 5, 1979.

John Director, needing cash, sold 50,000 of his shares on June 15 at $60 per share. He sold the remaining 40,000 on August 3 at $60 per share. Joe Officer sold all 70,000 of his shares on October 3 at $65 per share.

Doug Investor sold 125,000 shares on September 2 at $43, 75,000 on September 19, 500,000 on September 26, and the remaining 600,000 on October 4. These last three sales were at $60 per share.

1. Fred Seller comes to you today. Advise him of his possible cause(s) of action and any recovery.

2. Jeff Right, another director of ABCO, comes to you today. He wants to know if ABCO has any actions against Officer, Director or Investor, and if so, the possible recovery. Advise him.