Law and Ethics Problem solving

He visits Data World, a computer shop, and describes his requirements to the manager, who recommends the latest BusinessOne Pro computer.
The manager further recommends a special antivirus software, DataGuard, which Data World would install if Anuar could wait an hour. He paid the price and waited for the computer. While making the payment, the manager gave him a form to sign, which he did without carefully reading the contents. After the installation of the antivirus, Anuar took his new computer home.
After one month of perfect service, the computer crashed.
Data World now tells Anuar that the antivirus software installed into the computer is the main reason for the crash, and the damage is irreparable. When Anuar complains, they showed the form which he signed at the time of the purchase, in particular, the following clause:
3.1 Data World accepts no liability for the quality of their hardware or software or any other losses, howsoever arising.

Required: Advise Anuar of any claims he might make against the computer shop or their employees.
PROBLEM-SOLVING GUIDELINE
1) Problem identification: recognize and identify an issue that may cause a problem or conflict
2) Application: put the ideas or solutions into operation to solve problems
3) Decision-making: thought process of selecting a solution from several alternatives.

WK3 Discussion

Respond to 3 classmate post (250 words each)the following questions:
Also remember these comprise what is referred to as the “primary post”, i.e., these should be posted in a single post with one response on top of the other. Each should be numbered to clearly show where the response to #1 ends and the response to #2 starts.
Compare today’s new officers to those who came into the police agency 10, 20 or even 40 years ago. How are they similar? How do they differ?
What are the most common errors in decision making? What can the police administrator do to avoid these common errors?
Classmate 1 Max:
Compare today’s new officers to those who came into the police agency 10, 20 or even 40 years ago. How are they similar? How do they differ?
Comparing police officers of different decades is, in large part, a comparison of the different societies and cultures in which they worked. For example, we’ve discussed the high crime rate in the 90s and how that created a society that wanted to establish “law and order”. This was manifested through the introduction of tools like CompStat, a national push to hire more law enforcement officers, and an adoption and allowance of more aggressive policing methods, such as the Broken Windows Theory in New York City. The national mindset was clear: we need to empower law enforcement so that they can fight the scourge of criminality. Contrast that with today, where law enforcement no longer enjoys the widespread support of the public and you can see the very different habitats in which police officers develop. An officer in the 90’s would likely be more proactive and assertive while an officer today is less likely to seek out crime and more likely to be accommodating and acquiescent. Additionally, as time goes on the court system also amends the framework in which police officers operate through its precedent-setting decisions. For example, before Tennessee v. Garner it was permissible to shoot a non-violent fleeing felon. Today, that is considered an obvious use of excessive force that would likely result in prison time for the officer. This provides another glimpse into how the mindset of an officer in 1981 would differ from an officer today.
Yet another difference that bears mentioning is that of the educational level of society and, in turn, its officers. For example, in 1940 only 5% of the population had completed at least 4 years of college whereas in 2019 nearly 37% had (Bonn

terminology and issue

Write the complete issue for 7 points.
Counter Offer
Past
Consideration
Offer
Communicated to the Offeree
Obligee/assignor
Specially
Manufactured
Goods
Void
Parole Evidence
Rule
Commercial
Impracticability
Substantial
performance of unilateral contract.
Release
Voidable
Implied
Contract
Anticipatory
Repudiation
Sales of Goods- Article 2
Covenant Not to
Sue
Enforceable
Necessity
Misrepresentation
by Conduct
Quasi Contract
Exception to
Statute of
Frauds
Covenant Not
to Compete
No offer
Unilateral Mistake
Material
Alteration
Mirror Image
Rule
Obligor/assignor
Intended beneficiary
Incidental beneficiary
Jerry
Adam

1. Eden had been walking for 15 hrs and was exhausted. She said I would give $500,00 anyone who can offer me a bed right now. A lady heard and offered Eden a bed. She then asked for
$500,000. What is the legal issue and for whom would the court rule?

2. Jack and Jill, despite being drunk, negotiated and signed a contract while they were lying around in a barn. Identify the legal issue .

3. Gregory assigned his contract to Desmond and sent Jackie a notice to send payment to her new creditor, Desmond. What 2 roles do Gregory carry?

4. Kymani is employed with Radiology Center. She signed a contract with his employer that if he leaves, he will not open a center that operate with taking images within a 50 miles radius.

5. Hamer told Sidway, “I will pay you $200,000 for all the training you gave me in the past” Years later, Sidway reminded Hamer of the money promised. Michelle sued. Identify the legal issue.

6. In court, the parties argued whether the contract was incomplete. One party offered external evidence that the contract was completed. What is the issue?

7. Jessica cuts lawn in the neighborhood and charges $20. When he arrives at Paul’s house, he was looking through the window and notices that she had begun cutting the lawn. They nodded to each other and Paul moved away from the window. Jessica went to Paul for payment when she was finished with the lawn.

8. A 16 year old who ran away from entered into an agreement with a lady where she would clean the lady’s house if the lady feed her. She ate the food and left without cleaning the house. The lady took the 16th year old to court under specific performance. What is the issue?

9. Jackie was offered $7000 to write a book. She told Kareem she would do it for $9,000.
Identify the legal issue.

10. Mikey lost his rabbit and posted a picture of it and a $200 reward should someone brings the rabbit back to him. The postman unaware of the reward, was delivering the mail and noticed the rabbit and brought it to Mikey, as per the instructions on the collar as to the owner’s identity. When he delivered the rabbit, he learned of the reward and demanded it. What is the legal issue and for whom would the court rule?

11. Darrius contracted with Nathaniel on February 1st to have 5 crates of bags shipped to Nathaniel via UPS by April 1st. There was a strike soon after for the following months prohibiting any shipments via UPS. Identify the legal issue.

12. Hamad and Jerry agreed that Hamad would ship via a destination contract 10 pounds of corn☺ by May 1 to Jerry. On April 1st, Hamad sent Jerry a written notice that he would not be able to honor the agreement. What is the legal issue?

13. Deseree prior to a discussion with Peter, offered $500,000 as opposed to $5 million in a contract to Peter. Peter accepted. Deseree said it was a mistake and asked to rescind the contract. What is the legal issue and for whom would the court rule?

14. Desmin has been deemed incompetent by the court, however, is still exceptional with ability to do math perfectly. You hired him though he is a high functional and he performed the job. Identify the legal issue.

15. Lorraine sold her car to Hamid but didn’t tell him of the transmissions issue knowing that Hamid was relying on a good transmission. What is the legal issue and for whom would the court rule?

16. Jack signed a life insurance policy with his daughter as the sole beneficiary. Upon his passing, the daughter put in a claim for the money. Under what principle can she pursue this as someone who is vested?

17. JP Services provides water services to Angela’s subdivision. After months of utilizing the water, JP Services sent her an invoice. She refused to pay it, as this service was not in her contract when she purchased the house so she said she is not obligated. What is the legal issue and for whom would the court rule?

18. Jerry and Adam made an oral agreement to sell Jerry’s house to Adam. Adam showed up with the money. Jerry denied it and said he already has a buyer. For whom would the court rule?

19. At 7 :00 p.m. Medoune told Briana, if you teach my class for me till 8:20 p.m., I will give you
$2000. Briana taught the class until Medoune stopped her at 8:00. Identify the legal issue.

20. An oil company wants to purchase the oil from Sophia’s land. Would the contract fall under general contract law that deals with land or the UCC? What is the legal issue?

21. Derrick crosses out the terms on the contract and sent it back with a new date, price and delivery location. What is the legal issue?

22. Coby and Jack entered into an oral contract for Coby to make a custom home for Jack. Identify the legal issue.

23. If you pay me $100, I will consider the bill null and void.

24. If you pay me $100, I will consider the debt satisfied, but if you are late, I will reclaim the original $200.

25. I offer you $200 with x terms. You accepted without changing anything.

International Law Question

Define your individual code of ethics and research professional codes of conduct at your place of employment (or desired future place of employment):
Define your individual code of ethics. This means pulling in the principles you value most and clearly stating how and why you intend to live by these principles. This should be a statement of a few sentences to an entire page. Examples of such principles might include: integrity, fortitude, courage, fidelity, honesty, treating others as ends in themselves, etc.
Describe what conceptual approaches to ethics resonate most with you and discuss how they have influenced your personal code of ethics. Provide references to support it and use examples if you can. This section should be based around some of the work you did for Essay #1.
Identify your organization’s code of conduct and/or description of professional ethics. Be specific here, identifying the main principles valued by the organization. If you don’t belong to a particular organization, instead, discuss one you might enjoy being a part of.
Describe how this individual code of ethics can nest within that of your organization and discuss what happens when there is dissonance between one’s individual code of ethics and that of the organization. Use specific case study examples (historical or current) to demonstrate this. If you can, use personal examples as well. How does one ethically navigate this dissonance? What are the potential outcomes?
Describe how your individual code of ethics exemplifies your “Oath of the Intelligence Professional” developed in Module 7 (or vice versa).
Use both in-class and outside-of-class literature and research to support your conclusions (at least three outside references and two from within the classroom) class books are The ethics of intelligence by Ross w. Bellaby AND ethics and the future of spying by Jai Galliott amd Warren Reed

Proof read and answer questions 2

Respond to 3 classmate post (250 words each)the following questions:
Also remember these comprise what is referred to as the “primary post”, i.e., these should be posted in a single post with one response on top of the other. Each should be numbered to clearly show where the response to #1 ends and the response to #2 starts.
1.Select a more recent Supreme Court decisions (less than 2 years old) that had a significant impact on law enforcement. What are the facts of the case and what are the impacts of the decision on the police administrator?
2.Describe the relationship between the police agency/police administrator and the media. In what ways are there conflicts? In what ways are there partnerships?
Classmate 1 Lauren: You are led to believe that the media sway our stance on law enforcement. When studied, there are no significant effects of exposure to an image of police officers interacting with civilians on respondents’ perceptions of police misconduct, police bias, or evaluation of how police complete routine tasks and responsibilities. That public opinion about the police is primarily shaped by personal experiences with the police, unique demographic and ideological characteristics, and routine, self-selected news consumption habits. That group identities maybe even more important than personal experiences with the police, as political partisanship, political ideology, race/ethnicity, and age were the most consistent predictors of variation on attitudes toward the police in our regressions (Wozniak, Drakulich,

Proofread and answer questions 3

I just need you to proofread it and provide a response for the second and third peerdiscussion.
Answer the Primary Questions (250 words). Respond to 3 classmate post (250 words each)the following questions:
Also remember these comprise what is referred to as the “primary post”, i.e., these should be posted in a single post with one response on top of the other. Each should be numbered to clearly show where the response to #1 ends and the response to #2 starts.
1.Select a more recent Supreme Court decisions (less than 2 years old) that had a significant impact on law enforcement. What are the facts of the case and what are the impacts of the decision on the police administrator?
2.Describe the relationship between the police agency/police administrator and the media. In what ways are there conflicts? In what ways are there partnerships?
Classmate 1 Lauren: You are led to believe that the media sway our stance on law enforcement. When studied, there are no significant effects of exposure to an image of police officers interacting with civilians on respondents’ perceptions of police misconduct, police bias, or evaluation of how police complete routine tasks and responsibilities. That public opinion about the police is primarily shaped by personal experiences with the police, unique demographic and ideological characteristics, and routine, self-selected news consumption habits. That group identities maybe even more important than personal experiences with the police, as political partisanship, political ideology, race/ethnicity, and age were the most consistent predictors of variation on attitudes toward the police in our regressions (Wozniak, Drakulich,

Proofread and do answer 2

Respond to 3 classmate post (250 words each)the following questions:
Also remember these comprise what is referred to as the “primary post”, i.e., these should be posted in a single post with one response on top of the other. Each should be numbered to clearly show where the response to #1 ends and the response to #2 starts.
1.Select a more recent Supreme Court decisions (less than 2 years old) that had a significant impact on law enforcement. What are the facts of the case and what are the impacts of the decision on the police administrator?
2.Describe the relationship between the police agency/police administrator and the media. In what ways are there conflicts? In what ways are there partnerships?
Classmate 1 Lauren: You are led to believe that the media sway our stance on law enforcement. When studied, there are no significant effects of exposure to an image of police officers interacting with civilians on respondents’ perceptions of police misconduct, police bias, or evaluation of how police complete routine tasks and responsibilities. That public opinion about the police is primarily shaped by personal experiences with the police, unique demographic and ideological characteristics, and routine, self-selected news consumption habits. That group identities maybe even more important than personal experiences with the police, as political partisanship, political ideology, race/ethnicity, and age were the most consistent predictors of variation on attitudes toward the police in our regressions (Wozniak, Drakulich,

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide (1948)

Additionally, you will identify one major defect of the treaty and propose a solution to improving it.
Find at least one academic article or book that analyzes the effectiveness of the treaty in a specific case and discuss its findings in light of the treaty’s enforcement mechanisms.
Specifically, please answer the following questions for the multilateral, universal treaty The Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide (1948)
What specific obligations does the treaty impose on member states? In other words, what specifically does the treaty require state parties to do or not to do? Where are these in the treaty (articles)? Do not just list or quote the treaty’s obligations, but explain what they mean for governments’ behavior.
How is the treaty designed to be enforced? In other words, identify all the specific enforcement mechanisms built into the treaty and explain how are they supposed to work.
Based on other cases you’ve read about in class, under what conditions are the mechanisms in your treaty likely to be effective and why? What kinds of conditions will make the successful enforcement of the treaty more likely and why? What have you learned from other cases in-class readings that help you understand if and when the enforcement mechanisms in your treaty are more likely to be effective and why? What is it about how the enforcement mechanisms are designed that will make effectiveness more or less likely than in other cases we have looked at? You are not being asked to assess the actual record of the treaty, only to speculate about its effectiveness based on what you have learned about the operation of international law in other cases. You must compare your treaty to class readings to support your points. Make sure you consider the specific issues entailed by your treaty and what their implications may be for a comparison to other cases and the conditions for successful enforcement.
Give an overview of one particular case or instance in which there was an attempt to enforce the treaty, whether successfully or unsuccessfully (or both). What is it about either how the treaty’s enforcement mechanisms are designed or the particular political, social, economic, or legal circumstances around the case that explains why this instance of enforcement was successful or unsuccessful (or a little of both)? You will need to conduct research to identify and describe a case, but your answers to the questions should be your own ideas, not someone else’s.
Identify and discuss one major defect of the treaty. Use class readings to explain why this is a defect and what its consequences are. Be very specific.
Discuss what may explain why this defect exists. For example, what kinds of states may benefit from it? What compromise might have been made?
Propose a change to the treaty that addresses this problem. How does your proposal address the defect? Use class readings to support your argument for why this improvement would work. Be very specific.

Strategic Plan

This needs to be written as a report, not an essay.
In 1,500-2,000 words, include the following in your plan:
State the goal and vision.
List and describe three specific objectives (e.g., working with groups within the community or how specific crimes will be reduced).
Obtainable timetable showing how objectives will be accomplished within 5 years, with 6-month checkpoints, showing how each will progress.
All stakeholders’ roles should be defined with a specific set of tasks so that everyone knows their role in accomplishing the goals.
Create a budget for the 5-year plan, and identify what resources will be necessary to accomplish the plan, and where the resources will come from.
To reiterate, the plan must include the subheadings of Vision, Goals, Objectives, Timetable, Assigned Duties, Budget, Citations. You may want to include additional subheadings in your plan to meet the needs of your plan, but these subheadings must be included at a minimum.
Your recommendations need to be justified with data. Be sure to cite your sources. Use only sources found at the GCU Library ( log-in would be provided), government websites, or those provided in Class Resources. You should cite at least three to five sources.
APA style is required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines.