week 5 forum 1 Jada


Discuss the various identification methods used in the criminal justice system. Discuss some of the flaws with eye witness identifications?

Being able to identify a suspect a very important part of an investigation. As stated in te Youtube video, people have been found guilty of crimes but later found to be innocent and it was sometimes due to the inaccuracy of the eye witness account. Being able to accurately identify a suspect is important and depends on the length of time of observance of the suspect, distractions during the time the suspect was observed, focus on the suspect and events occurring, stress during the events and race also affects the accuracy of suspect identification.  These elements as well as memory retention. Supposedly an individual’s memory fades the most during the first few hours after a crime and as a result it raises the risk of mistakes.  The different types of identification discussed in the lesson are Lineups, Show-ups and Photo identification such as mug shots.

A line up is described as not very reliable form of identification. A line up can be in person or live or in photo or video. Live Line up are the preferred method of identification due to a live superiority hypothesis which states “live presentation of lineup members yields the best eyewitness identification outcomes. There are theoretical grounds to predict that an eyewitness would fare best at a live lineup, where the lineup members are observed in their entirety and can even be seen walking or talking. Compare this to a photo lineup, normally composed of static mugshots, and the notion of live superiority seems all the more plausible. Even video lineups, as conventionally practiced, only show the lineup members from the shoulders up, neutrally posed, turning from side to side

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Legal Process


There are various identification methods used in the criminal justice system. There are also two different types of evidence used, physical evidence and circumstantial evidence.

This forum examines the reliability of the various methods used and examines the two different types of evidence.

Please thoroughly discuss each of the following:

  1. Discuss the various identification methods used in the criminal justice system. Discuss some of the flaws with eye witness identifications?
  2. What is the difference between physical evidence and circumstantial evidence? Which do you believe is more reliable to a jury? Discuss why.
  3. What are some of the benefits and drawbacks to relying on DNA evidence in a criminal case?

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Healthcare law midterm

Who can complete the questions for my midterm case study by Friday November 6, 2020 at 11:30pm? All the info is provided below as an attached document. Please let me know ASAP so we can negotiate and get to work. Thank you!

short essay

End of life planning is a difficult subject for many. So difficult, that the majority (64%) of people in the United States has no living will, HCPOA or estate will in place at the end of their lives. What this means is that the burden of making difficult medical and legal decisions for the incapacitated person falls to the family and the state court systems, often at great psychological, emotional, and financial expense for both.

Please explain and apply how each of the core values of Saint Leo University are fostered and cultivated by the personal decision of each of us to take responsibility to make certain these legal instruments are in place before the necessity of them comes to be. Please apply specifically each of the core values of Community, Respect, Personal Development, Responsible Stewardship, and Integrity to our topic of end of life decision making.




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due tomorrow

The purpose of the discussion forum is to provide students a place to work together through the course material as if they were meeting in a classroom. I typically refrain from providing an explicit discussion prompt. Discussion prompts can facilitate conversation if the board is quiet. However, prompts narrow our focus to a specific issue within a larger amount of content. For that reason, I ask each student to use the discussion board as a place to offer insightful comments about a topic you found particularly interesting and/or challenging for the assigned modules.  I also encourage students to ask and answer insightful questions about the material. You are welcome to connect content to prior modules, however, you must comment on current material (i.e., the assigned modules) to earn full points. 

I expect that students will expand on the course readings and videos, versus providing a summary of what was learned. The discussion forums are not a place for strictly summarizing your readings. You may need to describe ideas presented but you should work to add critical thought to any summary you provide. Further, you should ground your ideas in theory/fact/policy especially as learned through the course. In many cases, beliefs are also important to discuss. Sometimes, our beliefs are a source of misinformation that we need to talk about and work through to improve our understanding and ability to help. Please work to find balance between summarizing content, presenting your views/interpretations/experiences, and being appropriately critical of the material.

There is a word-limit for original posts and replies so the forums do not become unruly and difficult to read. For posts, the limit is 300 words. For replies to other’s posts, there is a 150-word limit. Please reply to at least one student’s post, but you may reply to more. We want this to be a place for discussion as if we were meeting in-person. The forums open at 10 am the Wednesday before they are due. Your initial contributions are due by Friday at 11 pm but will remain open if you want to continue the conversation. I strongly encourage students to engage with each other through Sunday. If you have any further questions, look at the CHAD 300 FAQPreview the document.


  • Identify the basic themes, topics, and concepts that make up the discipline of ethics.
  • Based on what you have read and/or seen about the film Captain America: Civil War or a similar film not included on the Week 2 Assignment list, describe how you might apply one of the ethical theories or perspectives we have discussed in this class to one of the following issues:
    • The symbolic meaning of the moral dilemma faced by Captain America (or the lead character) in the film.
    • The symbolic meaning of the moral dilemma faced by Iron Man (or a secondary lead character) in the film.
    • The symbolic meaning of the moral dilemma faced by supporters of either Captain America or Iron Man (or other non-lead characters) in the film.

Do NOT use films on the approved list for Week 2 Assignment as the basis of your discussion.

Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from the required resources and/or other scholarly sources, and properly cite any references in APA Style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center resources Introduction to APA (Links to an external site.) and Integrating Research (Links to an external site.).

Questions 2

1. Define speech under the First Amendment.

2. Identify five types of speech that can be governmentally regulated in spite of the First Amendment.

3. Of the cases listed in Chapter 3 of the ebook on Free Speech, what case do you believe is the most significant and why? (Miller v. California, 413 U.S. 15 (1973)

500 Total words

APA Format

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