Select ONE of the CBRN categories, then pick ONE particular agent from that category and based on our readings this term, place yourself in the role of a terrorist and offer your perspective of how a terrorist event could be conducted in your hometown, then provide your perspective on how to prevent such an attack and support your work by a variety of academic material to give your opinion more validity.

Select ONE of the CBRN categories, then pick ONE particular agent from that category and based on our readings this term, place yourself in the role of a terrorist and offer your perspective of how a terrorist event could be conducted in your hometown, then provide your perspective on how to prevent such an attack […]

CBRN

1. Pick and describe, using course material (citing as appropriate), five (5) characteristics of our agricultural and food industries and the threat agents which could impact them and how do these characteristics increase our risk?2. What radioactive material killed Alexander Litvinenko in London in November 2006? How has the investigation developed between 2007 and 2016? […]

Terrorism

1. According to the “The Evolving Terrorist Threat:” article by Joshua Sinai, several examples of the types of warfare terrorists generally employ to achieve their objectives were listed. What were they and how does each empower the terrorist?2. According to Gerstein, general agreement now exists that terrorists are “rational” actors. Their actions may not be […]

Mind of a terrorist

A fundamental issue established at the outset of this course is the fact that becoming involved in terrorist activities is a process, where numerous factors can affect the mindset and actions of an individual. We have covered many of these issues and influences, so concerning this matter, compare and contrast at least two different radicalization […]

Discuss the difference between life-course persistent and adolescence-limited offending. Do they have the same risk factors? If not, what are some of the risk factors for each?

Answer the following questions: 1. Discuss the difference between life-course persistent and adolescence-limited offending. Do they have the same risk factors? If not, what are some of the risk factors for each? 2. What is clinical prediction? Discuss the factors that can be used in making such predictions. What are some reasons for why clinical […]

The ruling for State v. Stu Dents is in and the defendant, your law firm’s client, was found guilty. As a paralegal, your task now is to help the attorney consider the sentencing options for the client and determine what to propose to the court.

After a defendant receives a guilty verdict, there is more work to be done. This assignment allows you to explore sentencing options as you continue to think about the case your learning team worked on in Week 3. Read the ruling carefully and return to the case specifics in Week 3 if you need a […]

Watch Blue Gold and write essay; read New York State Bill of Rights, US Bill of Rights and Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Assignments: One (1) to Two (2) page essay on key points of video and its relationship to local government. Item Three: Blue Gold Water Wars Study Questions

Watch Blue Gold and write essay; read New York State Bill of Rights, US Bill of Rights and Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Assignments: One (1) to Two (2) page essay on key points of video and its relationship to local government.Item Three: Blue Gold Water Wars Study Questions1. What is happening to the world’s water […]

Choice of Law, Venue, & FAA

Are state statutes (like North Carolina 22B-2/22B-3) that make out of state laws or forum selection clauses void and unenforceable good or bad? Should parties to a contract be able to agree within their contracts to the application of any law or resolution in any forum they wish under their freedom of contract?