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Stats Exercisies

1, 16.7, 16.28, and 16.100
“Multiple Regression”: Exercises 17.2 and 17.5
Submit your answers in a Microsoft Excel workbook, with each problem on a separate worksheet. Label each tab in the workbook with the exercise number. Highlight the answers in yellow and provide an interpretation in a text box.
Name your Microsoft Excel workbook SU_MBA5008_W4_A3_Johnson_D.xls.

CRJ306WK3DQ1

Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.
Fifth Amendment
Everyone has heard or seen the “Miranda Rights” on television and/or in movies. In fact, most people could probably recite what they are without reading the actual U.S. Supreme Court case or reviewing a criminal law textbook. However, there are a number of factors at play that determine when the Miranda rights must be given to a suspect. Does an officer have to Mirandize you if he walks up on the street and says, “How are you today?” When do constitutional provisions “kick in”?How would you explain the Miranda warnings and their significance to a friend of yours not in the criminal justice field? At a minimum, address the following questions:
What does the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution mean when it states that a person shall not “be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself”?
When must a police officer read an accused their “Miranda warnings”?
If a police officer violates a defendant’s Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, what happens to the criminal case against that defendant?

CRJ306 Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause

Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Reference the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.
Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause
Two commonly confused concepts in criminal law are reasonable suspicion and probable cause. Define and evaluate both of these significant legal terms, and utilize pertinent U.S. Supreme Court opinions to justify your answers. Finally, address what happens to a criminal case when an officer does not possess reasonable suspicion or probable cause. Your initial post should be at least 250 words in length. Support your claims with examples from the required material(s) and/or other scholarly resources, and properly cite any references. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by Day 7. Examine why there are differing standards for a “reasonable suspicion to stop” and for “probable cause.” How do these legal terms relate to peoples’ constitutional protections? 

CRJ306WK3ASSIGNMENT

Prosecutors, defense attorneys, and grand juries determine the course of criminal cases well before a case is even committed to a public docket. In your paper, detail the special responsibilities prosecutors have towards initiating a criminal case against a defendant. In other words, how does a prosecutor make the decision to charge someone? Address the following questions in your paper:
What is a grand jury, and when is a grand jury used rather than the prosecutor simply issuing a criminal charge?
What is the purpose of a grand jury and when is it used?
Can a defense attorney address a grand jury?
Can the defendant attend a grand jury hearing?
How can a prosecutor and a defense attorney dispose of a case before it goes to a grand jury?
How can a prosecutor and a defense attorney conclude a case before it goes to trial?
In your analysis, include your personal opinion of the morality of a system where so much of the charging and plea bargaining process is in the hands of lawyers, often out of view from the general public. What are the potentials for abuse? What effects on “equal justice” can this system have?

Ethical Case Study Analysis Paper

 Also, if you accept the assignment, keep in mind two of the resources must be peer-reviewed sources =)  As with the other assignment, you would have until wednesday morning/afternoon if needed!  
Thanks again!
Case Study:
James is a community counseling student who is interning with the College Counseling 
Center at the local university. James is a 25 year-old Caucasian male, who attended a 
private high school in a small rural town. In terms of being a counselor, James admits 
that one of his challenges is that he has not experienced much diversity in his 
relationships. He states that this is not a significant issue because he plans on opening 
a private practice in his hometown as soon as he graduates. Since he “knows the town” 
he doesn’t feel that this is a big deal. Also, in terms of finding clients, James states that 
he is sure he will be able to get referrals because his father works for the town 
newspaper and will run an ad as soon as he moves home.
James admits he has no clinical experience but is pleased, upon arriving at his 
internship site, to see that his ex-girlfriend is going to be his assigned clinical supervisor. 
Since they have not seen each other in years, James figures that meeting once a week 
will give them a good opportunity to catch up on “old times”. James also figures that 
she could continue to supervise him in private practice until he receives his license. 
James is relieved because he knows she won’t mind, since he will be graduating in nine 
months, if he puts her credential, Licensed Professional Counselor, after his name since 
she is supervising him.
After discussing private practice, James asks his ex-girlfriend if he can begin to see 
client’s right away because he is anxious to get experience and begin working on his 
practice. Since she figured he would be a pretty good counselor, she agreed and paired 
him up with Lisa, a 21 year-old Latina female.
During the first session, James was running late and was unable to fully cover all of the 
intake documents with Lisa. He put them aside and said, “We don’t really need to 
review these. It is just paperwork required by the Center. Please sign here.” As the 
counseling session continued, James thought he might have recognized symptoms 
associated with depression including decreased motivation, loss of appetite and overall 
dissatisfaction. He thought about bringing these up with his supervisor but forgot once 
he left the session. 
James continued to meet with Lisa. The first few sessions focused mainly on her recent 
break-up with her boyfriend and the resulting academic difficulties. She was very 
concerned that her career dream of becoming a lawyer may be in jeopardy. 

In the third session, Lisa casually mentioned that she began to experience depressive 
symptoms as a child when her mother’s partner began to physically abuse her at the 
age of 5½ years. Lisa told her mother about the abuse, but she did not intervene. 
Shortly after the physical abuse began, the man began to also sexually abuse her. 
Once again, Lisa reported this to her mother and also to a teacher at her school, but 
nothing was ever done. Lisa reported that when she was 7, she placed an unknown 
prescription medication of her mother’s into this man’s alcoholic drink. Later that same 
day, the man experienced a stroke and was rushed to the hospital where he later died. 
Lisa also reported learning that her mother’s partner’s stroke and subsequent death 
were related to the combination of prescription medication and alcohol. The client has 
never told anyone other than James that she had placed medication in this man’s drink. 
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Directions:
Read the case study provided and identify all three of the ethical dilemmas presented. 
Describe the nature and all dimensions of the three ethical issues.
Identify the ethical code numbers and definitions of each issue presented using both the APA and ACA codes. 
Discuss alternative courses of action which could be taken by the counselor to rectify each dilemma.
Describe the implications of each alternative action; lay out the limitations and advantages of each alternative considered.
Choose one course of action and provide a justification for this selection.
Describe the ethical decision making model (from your course materials) you used throughout the process to arrive at a final decision (i.e., Forrester-Miller and Davis).  Make sure you outline each step.
You will be graded on the process you used to arrive at your recommendations, and the reasoning behind picking a specific recommendation (and not the actual recommendation itself). 
You should utilize and cite at least two peer reviewed journal articles to include in your research. 
The body of the paper should be no less than 5 pages in length. Your paper should be double-spaced and in 12 point, Times New Roman font with normal one-inch margins, written in APA style, and free of typographical and grammatical errors. It should include a title page with a running head, an abstract and a reference page. 

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