In Graham v Florida, Miller v Alabama and Montgomery v Louisiana, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that when juveniles are transferred to adult court and

In Graham v Florida, Miller v Alabama and Montgomery v Louisiana, the U.S. Supreme Court determined that when juveniles are transferred to adult court and potentially receive the same sentence as adults, there is a distinction for sentences of Life Without Parole (LWOP). What are your thoughts? If you do the crime, should you do the time?   

There is an ongoing debate on the effectiveness of incarcerating juveniles in secure settings for long periods of time. Some would argue a long separation

There is an ongoing debate on the effectiveness of incarcerating juveniles in secure settings for long periods of time. Some would argue a long separation will interrupt the lure of the criminal activity in the streets. Others contend long-term incarceration allows juveniles to learn more criminal behaviors and take on a delinquent persona and re-offend […]

see attached Executive Summary on Computer Forensics Suites Learning Objectives and Outcomes You will complete the listing of reasons of purchase

see attached Executive Summary on Computer Forensics Suites Learning Objectives and Outcomes You will complete the listing of reasons of purchase of a particular suite and will write an executive summary on the process of identifying the computer forensics cases and cybercrime activity using the particular suite. Assignment Requirements After completing the research on the […]

see attachment By now, you should understand the steps involved in computer forensics investigation. Take an example of any company to discuss the

see attachment By now, you should understand the steps involved in computer forensics investigation. Take an example of any company to discuss the various consequences of breach of investigation duty. Respond to an intrusion and discuss how any breach of investigation duty disrupts the normal business of a company—costly at best and totally destructive in […]

  Scenario Mr. Con Fused has been an employee at Regional Hospital for the past five years. His employment there was recently terminated. The reason for

  Scenario Mr. Con Fused has been an employee at Regional Hospital for the past five years. His employment there was recently terminated. The reason for the termination was: Inability to follow instructions. However, Regional has adopted an “at-will” policy. So in reality, no reason has to be given for the termination. Never the less, […]