You are a deputy sheriff in Racine County. You and your partner have been on the force for many years. You are on patrol one night along Highway 41 when you observe a vehicle proceeding erratically. You observe the vehicle a few minutes and suspect the driver is intoxicated. You turn on your roof lights and pull up behind the vehicle. The vehicle does not stop immediately and continues to proceed down the highway, swerving from one lane to the other. The occupants in the back seat appear to be jumping up and down in their seats as does the driver and right-front passenger. After a few minutes, the occupants in the backseat turn around, and the vehicle suddenly pulls off the road before coming to an abrupt stop.
Write about the first argument which is Pro-legalization. Describe how legalizing drugs is a bad idea and should not be legalized. I attached the prompt and solutions to a homework assignment that will help with writing the essay.
Read the chapters from Eugen Herrigel’s book Zen in the art of archery and answer these questions: What is the role of the student? What is the role of the teacher? Why is the learning process so important? Give examples from the reading to support your observations and be sure to cite the chapter (s) they are from.
As noted in the past, the media very often distorts the crime picture. Why does the media focus on serious violent offenses, when there are far more instances of property crimes occurring in the United States? What impact does this distortion have on society and policy? Should the media change reporting strategies? Violent crimes, such as rape, often don’t get reported to police. Why do crimes such as rape go unreported to police? What changes could we make in the justice system or in the educational system to encourage the reporting of rape?
Read about the historical period when Louisiana was dominated by the “Bourbons,” white, anti-Reconstruction Democrats who reasserted power in the late 19th century through the rise of Populism and the coming of the First World War to Louisiana. Thereafter, answer the following questions in essay form: 1. How did the Bourbons maintain power in Louisiana? What tactics and strategies did they employ? 2. Explain how the murder of Chief Hennessey underscored racial and ethnic divisions in New Orleans and Louisiana.
Conduct in-depth research on International Cyber Attacks and answer the following questions
**Describe the major security threats and risks posed by this challenge: What are the economic threats and risks? What are the sociopolitical threats and risks? What are the environmental threats and risks? What are the technological threats and risks?
Write a draft proposal for a marketing plan. Your marketing plan should be a plan to market a new product in a country outside of the US. The plan should address several aspects including a basic Marketing analysis of the 4 P’s (Product, Price, Place (distribution and logistics) and promotion. Additionally, do a PEST (Political, Economic, Socio-cultural and Technological) Analysis. You will sum the report up in a SWOT Analysis.
While investigating employee theft, deception, fraud, pilferage, or other illegal conduct, do you think that employee honesty tests are effective ? Describe all the types of honesty tests that can be conducted. Do these tests undermine the trust between employees and management and if they do, are they worth the effort?
Kafka most certainly knew of Ovid’s work, and it is likely that he named his story in the singular as a definite reference to the older text. While Kafka’s title is singular–referring to only one “change”–and Ovid’s title is plural–he writes about many people changing forms–there are other more subtle points of convergence and divergence. Please write a page describing your observations. How does Kafka’s text show similarities to Ovid’s text? How do the texts differ?