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Thinking as the Defence Attorney, review your Crown Brief and plan your “Cross-Examination” you would have for the Crown’s witnesses in order to establish the following

DEFENCE

Thinking as the Defence Attorney, review your Crown Brief and plan your “Cross-Examination” you would have for the Crown’s witnesses in order to establish the following;

1. The Crown has not addressed all the “Facts-In-Issue” for the criminal offence. List 5 questions and explain why you have chosen them. (25 marks)

2. A “Reasonable Doubt” could be raised to dispute Crown’s claim that a criminal offence has occurred beyond a reasonable doubt.  List 5 questions and explain why you have chosen them. (25 marks)

Total 50 marks (worth 10% of final grade)

Tips:

“Fact in issue” in criminal cases are those that the Crown Prosecutor will have to prove beyond a reasonable doubt if it is to succeed, together with any facts that the accused may wish….

Renal Disease and Men’s Health Issues

Topic: Renal Disease and Men’s Health Issues(respond to only one of the topics)

Topic 1

K.N. is a 24-year-old woman who presents to the family practice clinic complaining of sudden urgency to urinate, back pain, frequent urination, and pain with urination. Symptoms began approximately 48 hours ago. She awoke from sleep with urgency and suprapubic discomfort 2 nights ago. Her urine now has a strong odor and a cloudy appearance. She has an allergy to Bactrim.

What are some appropriate questions to ask the patient?What are three differential diagnoses for the patient?What physical examination would you perform?What diagnostics would you include?Create an evidenced-based plan of care. Include pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments.

Urine dipstick results: Color, dark yellow, specific gravity 1.035, ph 5.5, protein (-), Ketones (-), Bilirubin (-),….

Draw a diagram showing the stratigraphic section of this site. Label the important components in each layer. (15 marks)

After graduating with a degree in archaeology, you and a group of students excavated a rock shelter site beside and above a river in Africa. You spent several months digging and the field season is now finished. The next step is to analyze what you have found.

During the dig, you discovered four main stratigraphic layers at the site:

Layer 1: This is the uppermost layer and it contains a grey dusty soil with a few small, broken pieces of granite mixed into it. In this layer, you discover two sherds of glazed pottery, a single piece from a polished stone bowl, four pieces of broken incised pottery and twelve pieces of broken impressed pottery. There are no stone tools in this layer. Most of the faunal remains….

Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes is written in a genre that was brand new when it was first published in 1605, during the Renaissance: the novel. In fact, the word “novel” comes from the Latin “novellus”, meaning “new and original, or young and fresh.” One of the “new” things about the novel was that it was a long narrative written in prose, rather than poetry (the complete text of Don Quixote is around 500 pages). Beyond that, though, there were a number of other things that made novels in general, and Don Quixote specifically “original” and “fresh”. Is there anything that you have observed while reading Don Quixote that stand out as different from any of the work we have read so far this semester.

Do you think this conflict that Nick Cunningham faces is functional or dysfunctional?

Please use template provided.All sources provided must be used. The questions in the case specifically reference certain sources – additional sources can be used if not enough.

For this Case study, we will be looking at a fictional case of a manager caught between a rock and hard place. Nick Cunningham is a manager at Synergon, a high-powered company involved in purchasing poorly managed companies and then restructuring them to become more profitable. However, Synergon has now purchased Beauchamp, Becker, and Company, which is a well-managed and highly profitable company.Nick is in an awkward position because he is in charge of managing this merger, but he also knows that the success of the merger is dependent on Beauchamp’s managing director and other top leaders remaining in their positions….

The stylistic significance of a piece

When writing an essay about the stylistic significance of a piece, you should address the following points:Image ID for the piece; Name of piece, date created, period, and artist, if knownStylistic characteristics that are unique to this pieceStylistic influences that can be seen in this pieceStylistic changes, or innovations that can be seen in this piece. In other words, what do you see in this piece that is new, different, or “pushes the boundaries” of art & design?Artistic canons, or, how does this piece set new rules or standards for pieces that follow?

Consider the concepts of religion as a group phenomenon, church-sect typology, fundamentalism, religious socialization, and conflict associated with religion, all of which you should read about for this assignment

In a reflective essay of 3-5 pages, and using the Christiano text, Lesson 3 and online readings, your MTB exercise, and any other credible and authoritative sources you might choose, please address the following multi-part question in depth:Consider the concepts of religion as a group phenomenon, church-sect typology, fundamentalism, religious socialization, and conflict associated with religion, all of which you should read about for this assignment. What is the most important of these concepts in explaining the state of religion in the modern world, and how does that concept compare to at least one of the others? How does this concept apply to at least one of the religious groups you’ve learned about in this class?

Need to use those book as work cite

Christiano, Kevin J., with….

Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor

Of Mountains & Printing Presses

The goal of this new editor is to make adding rich content to WordPress simple and enjoyable. This whole post is composed of pieces of content—somewhat similar to LEGO bricks—that you can move around and interact with. Move your cursor around and you’ll notice the different blocks light up with outlines and arrows. Press the arrows to reposition blocks quickly, without fearing about losing things in the process of copying and pasting.

What you are reading now is a text block the most basic block of all. The text block has its own controls to be moved freely around the post…

… like this one, which is right aligned.

Headings are separate blocks as well, which helps with the outline….

Planning an itinerary for an international group of visitors

Planning an itinerary for an international group of visitors

Due the last day of class, no exceptions Report Directions and Guidelines Create an itinerary for a group of international tourists for a 4-day stay in the city of New Orleans, or any city in Louisiana. The six-person group has $6,000 to spend on hotel, restaurant and attractions. Part 1: After choosing the country of origin for the group visiting, you must give an age (or ages) and demographic for the group. Examples: 20-year old Millennials exploring the South; 50-60 year old Optometrist in town for a convention; a family on their annual vacation. Part 2: Your report should read like an itinerary (there is one provided on Moodle). The difference will be that at the end….

Discussion Board Forums enhance learning as you share your ideas, perspectives, and experiences with your classmates

Discussion Board Forum Instructions

Discussion Board Forums enhance learning as you share your ideas, perspectives, and experiences with your classmates. There are 3 Discussion Board Forums in this course. For each forum, you will create a thread in response to the topic presented. To enhance the discussion, you will provide a unique reply to the threads of at least 2 classmates. Topics will be based upon the Reading & Study assigned each module/week. Detailed instructions for each Discussion Board are found within the prompts. Refer to the individual grading rubrics that have been provided. Both the frequency with which you participate and the depth of the content written will affect your grade.

1.         Do not use direct quotations from the textbook or any other source (except possibly a….