Criminal Justice

Task: Write a case study
Essay Topic: Criminal Justice
Essay Type: Case study
Length: 1
Formatting: MLA
Requirements: Fully discuss the following on separate paper, citing relevant Supreme Court cases which support your answer.
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Should the judge grant that request? Why?

Yes, States security depends on how secure her citizens are. First, MaCavity is a suspect of drug trafficking, robbery with violence and arms dealer making him a threat to homeland security.. In the case De Veau v. Braisted, 363 U.S. 144, 155 (1960) in denying the defendant bail the court ruled that the state had a compelling interest in preventing crime by the arrestee. If realized on bail there is fear that he may commit more crimes.

MaCavity is a dangerous criminal and a drug dealer and very powerful in the crime world. Drug dealers are at the heart of money laundry, where they accumulate a lot of wealth, power and influence, if released on bail, he is likely to interfere with the witness and investigations. In reference to Cf. Carbo v. United States, 82 S.Ct. 662, 7 L.Ed.2d 769 (1962), the bail was denied when it was found that the accused would interfear with the witness.

Should the motion to suppress be granted? Why?

No, the evidence is admissible and the search warrant is valid. Moreover In reference to Jones v. United States, 362 U.S. 257 (1960), the court ruled that a search warrant may be properly issued on the basis of hearsay. Thus the search warrant was validly issued. Moreover, referring to Campbell v. Minnesota, 487 F.2d 1 (8th Cir. 1973). The warrant was validly issued as the Supreme Court ruled that a warrant can be issued upon reliance of oral testimony, which on this case was the testimony was given by McGee. Thus the search warrant was valid and the evidence should not be excluded.

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Overall Impression:
Dude, even if your entire paper is just an answer (or several answers) to a question, it does not mean that you can ignore such an important thing as a paper’s structure. Where is the god damn introduction? Supposedly, there is no question specified in the header: how the hell do I know what you are talking about? You should have at least briefly described the overall situation: who this McCavity was, what he was accused of, and so on. Simply answering a question is elementary-school-level writing; if I haven’t read the paper's details, I would never have guessed what your paper is about. Every time you write an answer to a question, imagine that it will be read by someone who is completely out of the context; providing this context to such a reader is one of your tasks. So, a basic intro – as well as a conclusion – are a must, even in assignments like this one.
Next: what’s wrong with your English? Even if it is your second language, some of the mistakes you made are childish, and could have been avoided easily. Like, what is this “interfear” word? Some kind of phobia transferred from one person to another? This is just the tip of the iceberg; double periods, strange typos, broken sentences (like this one: “Moreover, referring to Campbell v. Minnesota, 487 F.2d 1 (8th Cir. 1973). The warrant was validly […]),” and a ridiculous confusion of noun genders (“States security depends on how secure her citizens are”).

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