Project #84885 - Criminal Justice and the constitution

I have two topics to choose from

Topic #1: 

Explain at what point a person is considered "Under Arrest". Explain the difference between a stop and an arrest. Why might states authorize probable cause for certain unwitnessed misdemeanors? How much force can be used by an officer when executing an arrest? How is it determineddetermined? Can you think of any times when you heard about "excessive use of force" and if so, how do you think the actions of a few influenced the perceptions of many regarding the police?

or,

 

Topic #2:

Considering the USA Patriot Act, do you think Americans could could ever sacrifice too many rights in exchange for national security? What does the Patriot Act allow the government to do that might give you pause concerning your privacy? Do you believe that most people know what is in the Patriot Act concerning their individual liberties? If you decided to protest the government anyway, do you think some of these concerns over the Patriot Act's reach could impact you?

 

DIRECTIONS:

1. Grading will be tied to comprehension, depth, source reliance, APA, grammer, spelling, completeness and scope.

2.  In crafting your answer, you will provide concepts and ideas culled from the text. You should define your terms. 

3. Cite using APA formate. There is no required length of this paper, however, it must be comprehensive and fulfill the above requirements. your paper will process through Turnitin, plagiarism detection service.

Subject Law
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/10/2015 06:00 pm
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