1) Using Box 7.1 on page 208, in a minimum of 500 words and in narrative format, outline one of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases. Give the facts, issue and court holding of the case.

2) Does the case you picked favor victim rights or offender rights? Give examples for your decision 200 words

 3) As a victim rights advocate, in what ways could probation officers, corrections officials, and parole boards do even more for crime victims? Give examples for each.

  1. List at least 3 qualitative attributes of outdoor sporting goods about which they might want to ask consumers. Make sure at least 1 of them is nominal.
  2. For each attribute that is ordinal, assign names for the endpoints of a 5 point rating scale.
  3. Explain the difference between nominal and ordinal data.
  4. Explain how nominal and ordinal data relate to a rating scale.
  5. List at least 2 quantitative attributes of outdoor sporting goods that market researchers might want to measure.
  6. Explain the difference between interval and ratio data.
  7. Include in your presentation the difference between a population and a sample. Do not forget about the target market.

Problem: A major U.S. city is the scene of domestic violence, and many people in the state are in danger. What’s the solution? Found in Article 4 of the Constitution

1) In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented in the case. Minimum word count is 500 words.


2) Based on your research, determine who you believe the killer to be and why. Give at least five reasons/factors (physical evidence) to support your conclusion.


3) As lead investigator in the case, you would need to hold a debriefing with your detectives. List what they did correct and any mistakes that were made. What should be done to ensure the mistakes are not repeated in the future?

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