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Dot Image LAW101 Unit 1 Supreme Court Cases Assignment latest 2018 January

1. What is your general impression of how the information is presented?

2.How does the presentation of the information differ from the way non-legal information is presented?

3.How would you describe the terminology that is used?





LAW101 Unit 5 State Statutes Assignment latest 2018 January

Instructions: Find a statute from your state (where you reside) and answer these questions:

What is the title of the state statute that you found?

Briefly describe (in 1-2 paragraphs) what the statute is about.

Start your search using this website:

State Legislatures, State Laws, and State Regulations: Website Links and Telephone Numbers. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.llsdc.org/state-legislation

Optional exercise: Search for your state satute using the Lexis Nexis database from the Post Library. Refer to the Lexis Nexis search instructions for tips on using this legal research database. This is an optional exercise that you are encourage (but not required) to do, particularly if you plan to continue on in the Legal Studies program with LAW 205 Legal Research.





LAW101 Unit 6 Course Project Part 1 latest 2018 January

Instructions:

  1. Read Kyllo v. United States, 533 U.S. 27 (2001) (note: it begins at page 27 of this pdf)
  2. To the best of your ability, in your own words, write out the “Facts” of the case: what happened and where?
  3. Helpful/Fun hint: write this as if it were a short story or as if you were a newspaper reporter. Enjoy!

Length and format requirements for this assignment are 3-4 sentences, double spaced, Times New Roman font.




LAW101 Unit 7 Course Project Part 2 latest 2018 January

Instructions:

Read Kyllo v. United States, 533 U.S. 27 (2001) (note: it begins at page 27 of this pdf)

To the best of your ability, in your own words, write out the “Legal Issue” of the case, as follows: what is the Court being asked to decide/what part of the Constitution is involved and why?

Length and format requirements for this assignment are: 1-2 pages, double spaced, Times New Roman font.



LAW101 Unit 8 Course Project Part 3 latest 2018 January

Instructions:

  1. This is the third and last step in the Kyllo v. United States, 533 U.S. 27 (2001) case project. (note: it begins at page 27 of this pdf)
  2. To the best of your ability, in your own words, write out (1) the “Holding” (aka what did the Court decide); and (2) the “Reasons for the Decision” in the Case, as follows: (a) what did the Court decide and, (b) how did it interpret the part of the Constitution it based its decision on, and why?

Length and format requirements for this assignment are: 1-2 pages, double spaced, Times New Roman font.