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    Criminal Law Investigation Murder Murder is when a person of sound mind unlawfully kills any person with malice aforethought. To be convicted of murder, it has to be proven that the accused planned to kill the victim, or that the accused acted in a way that he/she knew would harm or kill the victim. To defend against murder, one could claim self-defence, that is, that they killed the person while defending themselves, if this was proven, the accused should get acquitted. They could also claim

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    Hooke's Law Investigation Introduction - Hooke's Law is when forces are applied to a solid object and it can result in extension or compression. Hooke's Law is able to predict how a spring (or other stretchable object) would behave when force is applied to it. I am trying to find out what factors effect the stretching of a spring. The variables are: Ÿ Downward force applied to spring. Ÿ Spring material. Ÿ Length of spring. Ÿ No. of coils in spring. Ÿ Diameter of spring

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    Investigation of Natural Moral Law The roots natural law can be found in the ancient Greek and Roman world. In this essay Thomas Aquinas and moral law theory will be highlighted. St Thomas Aquinas (1224-1274), was an important Christian philosopher and theologian who’s ethical theory is absolutist and deontological, which means that it is focused on the ethicacy of actions. In his work, summa theologica, Aquinas described natural law as a moral code existing within the purpose of nature

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    Investigation of Kirchoff's Second Law Aim: To investigate if Kirchoff's 2nd law is true- "The total current I is equal to the sum of the currents distributed across the branches of the parallel circuit i.e. Total I = I1 + I2" Background information: Kirchoff's Law states that the source current is divided between the two resistors in parallel (according to the ratio depending on the resistance offered by each resistor). Ohm's law states that the current in a circuit is inversely proportional

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    Gas Laws Investigation

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    that are believed to be true by the wider scientific community. While this may not mean that there will always be a correlation, although it has yet to be proven otherwise, it certainly helps to support the accuracy of our data. However from Boyles’s law we can tell that the data isn’t extremely accurate. The K1 results, in theory, should all be equal to each other, yet as shown in the data table this clearly isn’t the case. While my average for the K1 values was 9.85xx there was an approximant ±3.25%

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    Investigation of Antitrust Law

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    org Scott, A. (1921). Participation in a breach of trust. Harvard Law Review, 34(5), 454-482. Retrieved from http://ehis.ebscohost.com Stout, J. (2011). Tribal self-determination in natural resources: Management, control, and trust responsibilities or the lack thereof in Navajo Nation v. United States, 129 S. Ct. 1547 (2009). Nebraska Law Review, 89538. Twomey, D. P., Jennings, M., & Anderson, R. A. (2011) Anderson’s business law and the legal environment (21st ed.). Mason, OH: South-Western Cengage

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    catch the “badder” guys. The use of confidential informants is a valuable tool to many law enforcement agencies and more importantly for crimes associated with narcotics. Informants have the ability to gather information that would otherwise be unable to gather from law enforcement personnel. However, many of these informants are criminals associated with the crime being investigated Criminal investigation may be a terribly troublesome and dangerous operation of police work. Once a criminal offense

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    blinds. For about two minutes, the officers heard things moving around inside... ... middle of paper ... ...w enforcement to solve cases, is highly dependent on my ability to investigate and interpret evidence. Thus, if I did not know about the laws of a “knock and talk,” I could potentially ruin a case by getting something thrown out due to my failure of “knock and talk”. In other words, this case will highly affect any investigator in trying to solve a case. The rules of a “knock and talk” are

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    The career path I have chosen, is law enforcement. There is a lot of math involved in police work and criminal justice, much more than I had expected. Police officers use algebra skills in traffic accident investigations and ballistic trajectory investigations. Crime scene investigators use trigonometry in crime scene reconstruction, while detectives use statistics to determine crime rates in neighborhoods and cities. Lastly, Precincts and police officers also use modular arithmetic to determine

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    Description of Research "Multidisciplinary investigations using state-selected atoms" We are a (largely) experimental atomic physics research group. We apply atomic physics techniques to a wide range of problems, including: * precise tests of physical laws and symmetries; * the development of atomic clocks; * biomedical and materials science investigations using laser-polarized noble gas nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR); * laser spectroscopy of coherently-prepared atomic media, with applications

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