Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Please answer each question briefly. Use references if you must but not required. Please keep answers labeled so that I know each question was answered. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  1. “Immunity” Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.  Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.

  • Assume you are a judge in state court presiding over a high-profile criminal case in which the governor, who is married and has five children, allegedly killed his campaign manager (who was also his mistress) because she wanted to break off their relationship. The case has generated tremendous publicity in the local and national media. Discuss the following: (a) what constitutional issues might arise during the trial, given the nature of the case; and (b) what you, as the trial judge, can do to avoid the conviction being reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court on those issues if raised on appeal. Support your response.
  1. “Legal Liability”Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Officer Harris, a police officer in Kansas, violated a court order by refusing to arrest Frank, a husband against whom a restraining order had been issued by the court. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Officer Harris’s refusal resulted in serious injury to Frank’s wife and daughter. A case is brought against Officer Harris alleging a violation of Section 1983 (federal law) and a violation of Kansas state tort law. Will Officer Harris be liable under one or both of these laws? Justify your answer.
  1. “Electronic Surveillance” Please respond to the following: Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance
  • Use the Internet or the Strayer Online Library (https://research.strayer.edu) to research, identify, and examine a case involving suspected terrorist activities where electronic surveillance was used from within the last five years. Summarize the case and the circumstances. Then, support your opinion for or against the use of electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens without court orders in cases of suspected terrorist activities. Provide support for your opinion.
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Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Please answer each question briefly. Use references if you must but not required. Please keep answers labeled so that I know each question was answered. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  1. “Immunity” Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Assume you are a judge in state court presiding over a high-profile criminal case in which the governor, who is married and has five children, allegedly killed his campaign manager (who was also his mistress) because she wanted to break off their relationship. The case has generated tremendous publicity in the local and national media. Discuss the following: (a) what constitutional issues might arise during the trial, given the nature of the case; and (b) what you, as the trial judge, can do to avoid the conviction being reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court on those issues if raised on appeal. Support your response.
  1. “Legal Liability”Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Officer Harris, a police officer in Kansas, violated a court order by refusing to arrest Frank, a husband against whom a restraining order had been issued by the court. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Officer Harris’s refusal resulted in serious injury to Frank’s wife and daughter. A case is brought against Officer Harris alleging a violation of Section 1983 (federal law) and a violation of Kansas state tort law. Will Officer Harris be liable under one or both of these laws? Justify your answer.
  1. “Electronic Surveillance” Please respond to the following: Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance
  • Use the Internet or the Strayer Online Library (https://research.strayer.edu) to research, identify, and examine a case involving suspected terrorist activities where electronic surveillance was used from within the last five years. Summarize the case and the circumstances. Then, support your opinion for or against the use of electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens without court orders in cases of suspected terrorist activities. Provide support for your opinion.
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Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Please answer each question briefly. Use references if you must but not required. Please keep answers labeled so that I know each question was answered. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  1. “Immunity” Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.  Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.

  • Assume you are a judge in state court presiding over a high-profile criminal case in which the governor, who is married and has five children, allegedly killed his campaign manager (who was also his mistress) because she wanted to break off their relationship. The case has generated tremendous publicity in the local and national media. Discuss the following: (a) what constitutional issues might arise during the trial, given the nature of the case; and (b) what you, as the trial judge, can do to avoid the conviction being reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court on those issues if raised on appeal. Support your response.
  1. “Legal Liability”Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Officer Harris, a police officer in Kansas, violated a court order by refusing to arrest Frank, a husband against whom a restraining order had been issued by the court. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Officer Harris’s refusal resulted in serious injury to Frank’s wife and daughter. A case is brought against Officer Harris alleging a violation of Section 1983 (federal law) and a violation of Kansas state tort law. Will Officer Harris be liable under one or both of these laws? Justify your answer.
  1. “Electronic Surveillance” Please respond to the following: Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance
  • Use the Internet or the Strayer Online Library (https://research.strayer.edu) to research, identify, and examine a case involving suspected terrorist activities where electronic surveillance was used from within the last five years. Summarize the case and the circumstances. Then, support your opinion for or against the use of electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens without court orders in cases of suspected terrorist activities. Provide support for your opinion.
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Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Please answer each question briefly. Use references if you must but not required. Please keep answers labeled so that I know each question was answered. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  1. “Immunity” Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Assume you are a judge in state court presiding over a high-profile criminal case in which the governor, who is married and has five children, allegedly killed his campaign manager (who was also his mistress) because she wanted to break off their relationship. The case has generated tremendous publicity in the local and national media. Discuss the following: (a) what constitutional issues might arise during the trial, given the nature of the case; and (b) what you, as the trial judge, can do to avoid the conviction being reversed by the U.S. Supreme Court on those issues if raised on appeal. Support your response.
  1. “Legal Liability”Please respond to the following:

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance

  • Officer Harris, a police officer in Kansas, violated a court order by refusing to arrest Frank, a husband against whom a restraining order had been issued by the court. Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance. Officer Harris’s refusal resulted in serious injury to Frank’s wife and daughter. A case is brought against Officer Harris alleging a violation of Section 1983 (federal law) and a violation of Kansas state tort law. Will Officer Harris be liable under one or both of these laws? Justify your answer.
  1. “Electronic Surveillance” Please respond to the following: Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance
  • Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.  Use the Internet or the Strayer Online Library (https://research.strayer.edu) to research, identify, and examine a case involving suspected terrorist activities where electronic surveillance was used from within the last five years. Summarize the case and the circumstances. Then, support your opinion for or against the use of electronic surveillance of U.S. citizens without court orders in cases of suspected terrorist activities. Provide support for your opinion.

Immunity; Legal Liability; Electronic Surveillance.

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