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Assignments - Criminal Justice

Combining Culpability (Mens Rea), and Degree of Harm

Criminal Mistreatment:  RCW - 9A.42

Write/type a story (700-1000 words) that involves multiple characters, each responsible for committing one or more crimes as defined under this chapter.   There should be a clear set of facts that justify a criminal charge for Criminal Mistreatment in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Degree.  Pay close attention to the mental state and the type of harm caused so as to justify bodily injury, substantial bodily harm or great bodily harm as it relates to the deprivation of the “basic necessities of life.”  Your story should not entail a homicide scenario.  Underline those sections in the story line that underscore the mental state and harm caused (bodily injury, substantial v. great bodily harm).  Embed a graphic/photo that supports each of the four scenarios as if you were creating a short story for a peer. You may also construct the "poster option" for this assignment provided it incorporates the essential elements outlined above.

Assignment Due: Beginning of Class Wednesday, October 19th

COACHES WHO PREY

THEN & NOW

 

 

 

Explain how high school aged athletes become vulnerable to abuse.  What are the factors (according to this article) most common among victims?  Cite a reference from the article to support your conclusion.

 Explain how an abusive coach might go unreported or undetected for years at a time.  Cite a reference from the article to support your conclusion.

 What safety measures should every student/athlete know to protect themselves from a predator?  Cite a reference from the article to support your conclusion.

 Do you think this article is current news or old news?  What is the current state of abusive coaches in youth sports today?  Find and summarize an independent study or analysis conducted since this article was published to support your conclusion.

 Shakeshaft Study: Department of Education Study 2004   How does this study support this article?

Dating and Domestic Violence 

Due Wednesday, November 9th ATBOC:

After reading the assigned article in the Domestic/Dating Violence packet, respond to the following:

1. List at least 5 systemic problems associated with the enforcement of domestic violence in the United States. Quote/cite the article to support your conclusion in each example. Ensure you incorporate the terms "harassment" and "misdemeanor" in your answer.

2. Explain "...impact of this patriarchial system of authority..." as used in this article. What is the significance of this statement? What is the author's message?

Journal Writing Assignment:

Interview your peers to gauge their general knowledge concerning teen dating violence. Summarize in a journal entry the content of the conversations you had. Incorporate specific terms including domestic/dating violence, harassment, malicious mischief, and misdemeanor into your journal entry entitled "Teen Dating Violence - Peer Understanding."

Due Wednesday November 9th.

Criminal Law Test on Friday, November 17th

Study using Quizlet:

Search for kriebleforensics (all lower case and one word)

Look for Revised Code of Washington (class sets)

Week of December 5th:

Monday - Wednesday: Outline top fifteen Constitutional Law cases related to police arrest, search, and seizure. Students will be assigned one case to present orally, summarizing facts of the case and the court's final decision. This presentation must be from memory...no note cards. Last chance to give presentation is Wednesday.

Upcoming Event:

 

Department of Corrections Speaker Thursday - December 8th

 

Field Trip forms for visit to Monroe Correctional Center in Jan/Feb will be distributed. Only second semester students are eligible.

Friday: We will begin watching the movie "Conviction." Rated for language and some violence.

Week of December 12th:

Monday - Wednesday: We will continue working with the Street Law learning platform and discussing the material found in 12.1 and 12.4.

Thursday: Criminal Procedure Unit Final: Study terms and Supreme Court ruling on Quizlet.

Friday: Didn't happen last week so we will try again to begin the movie Conviction.

Week of January 9th:

Police Interrogation Unit

Monday thru Thursday (maybe Friday): Watching "Central Park 5"

Each class includes 10-15 minute discussion about the two required handout/articles distributed in class.

Complete 12.10 A,B,C,D on the Street Law learning platform...due the 13th.

Expect questions from this unit to appear on the final exam next week.

For those of you struggling to gain access to "Street Law" from home, try this:

You should not be asked to type in a password for ConnectEd. Once you log into ClassLink and click the ConnectEd icon it should take you directly into the ConnectEd site.

 

Since you are being asked for a password, there are a few things that might be causing this.

 

1.       Make sure you have installed the extension for ClassLink for your browser.

2.       Check to make sure there is not another password saved for ConnectEd in your ClassLink profile.

 

Instructions for completing these tasks can be found at: http://www.issaquah.wednet.edu/docs/default-source/district/edtechstudents/managing-passwords-in-classlink.pdf?sfvrsn=2

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