Critique Briggs's management of the first meeting. What, if anything, should she have done differently?
The first issue of the commission of Marbury begins with an act of congress passed in 1801, the president from time to time will appoint justices of the peace that will preside for five years. In order to decide whether he is entitled to the commission, one must decide whether he had been appointed. If he was appointed the law would continue and he would be given the status of Justice of the Peace for five years. Since the powers of appointing justices of the peace are vested solely in the president, and does not have to be confirmed by any other entity. Since, the president did indeed appoint Marbury and sign, he was placed into power the moment the document was signed. Therefore, Marbury does have the right to commission. The second issue
This teacher should not be reprimanded as long as this attendance at the protest does not substantially disrupt the learning environment . The key here aspect is the fact that this was done outside the classroom, and the teacher was acting as a private citizen. Even though a teacher should always serve as a paragon of model citizenship in and outside of the classroom this teacher did not do anything objectively reprehensible. More importantly, she did not break the law, and she was exercising her first amendment right of free speech. According to Pickering Vs. BoE, the Standing Rock protest is a matter of public concern, and this speech is protected by the courts since the protest was done outside of the classroom. The only issue here is in
In the book “Monster”, we have overlooked Briggs as focusing more on the closing arguments of O’Brien, (Steven Harmon’s Defense Attorney) and Sandra Petrocelli (Prosecutor For The State). There are many attributes that come into play, when things that each of the speakers for the case. Briggs did many things that, in my eyes, makes him the strongest speaker and hardest hitting speaker as well.
Candidate Genter began his brief strong with an Orientation that included key terrain in the area. However, SNC's Execution paragraph not only lacked detail, but completely omitted Tasks and any executable plan to accomplish the mission. The extent of SNC's Scheme of Maneuver was to utilize the planks to move, causing many questions from his fire team members following his brief. SNC's lack of initial plan significantly hindered the sense of urgency with which his fire team moved, and in his absence of direction, another team member began to make decisions and direct the team leader and the rest of the fire team what to do. When SNC did communicate to his fire team, he did so in a composed and calm tone of voice. However, this did little
Candidate Carpenter briefed a good five paragraph order. SNC briefed a good initial plan prior to starting the execution phase of the problem. SNC posted security prior to briefing showing his ability to operate in a tactical environment, SNC checked in with security for the remainder of the problem. SNC initially sent two candidates on top of the wall to gain reconnaissance of the area beyond the wall. SNC quickly realized the problem with this and had himself assisted up on top of the wall in order for himself to assess the situation. SNC quickly made a decision on what to do next and has a candidate go down the other side of the wall. From there SNC was in constant communication with the candidate and assisted the candidate into position
Candidate Farmer briefed all required portions of the five paragraph order but did so in a very drawn out manner with multiple pauses throughout. His initial plan was sufficient to begin execution, but only his side began to take action immediately. He was unable to identify that the
Candidate Satterwhite established 360 security upon arrival at TAA9. Candidate Satterwhite’s initial brief to the fire team leaders was confident, containing necessary information to complete the mission, with minimal stumbling; SNC constructed terrain model during the initial brief and did not delegate a subordinate acquire the azimuth. Candidate Satterwhite issued tasks that enabled fire team leaders to effectively lead instead of micromanage. Prior to departure, SNC assigned specific tasks and developed an initial plan to prevent the squad from appearing as soft targets by directing the fire teams disperse and skirt the tree line along the road, which displayed communication and situational awareness. When a point of friction occurred, Candidate
Landlords and business owners owe a duty to their tenants and patrons for foreseeable criminal acts of third parties that are committed on The approach to premises liability is based on the relationship between the parties at the time of injury. (ROWE) As the legal status of the visitor improves,
Candidate Lofswold’s initial brief was succinct and covered the entirety of the five paragraph order and contained detailed information. Candidate Lofswold assigned ready, fire, and assist to his fire team, but did not establish an initial plan or specific tasks for the plan. Upon starting the evolution, Candidate Lofswold emphasized teamwork and communication, but because of the lack of planning, he encountered a point of friction requiring a rapid decision, which caused a loss of momentum. Candidate Lofswold briefly stepped out the situation to assess and supervise, causing another candidate to step in and provide directions to the rest of the fire team. Candidate Lofswold’s security detail was completely unaware of his surroundings and no
The topic I chose to write about is recent urban crime in the city of Elk Grove. Over the past month, the city of Elk Grove, California has seen a spike in “headline” crime, and felonious crime in the south end of the city. Headline crime is defined as crime that will generate a large amount of media reaction. Elk Grove has recently fallen victim to an officer involved shooting, shooting that left a male adult dead, drive by shooting that resulted in a vehicle crashing into a restaurant, and numerous robberies with a firearm present. All the crimes that were just mentioned occurred in the south end of the city, besides the officer involved shooting. Each one of these crimes generated a large amount of media presence, usually unheard of in the
Mr. Isaac Brock was convicted of refusing to divulge his journalistic source by a jury in the District Court of Bartlet. He was granted an evidentiary hearing for the purposes of impeaching the verdict of the District Court pending appeal. This action arose pursuant to the authority vested in the district court over federal questions under 28 U.S.C. § 1331.
An Ohio trustee candidate (Dale Bennett) is being held in jail due to chatting online with an undercover detective posing as a 14-year-old girl. The alleged crime took place around December of 2014 in Ohio, according to an indictment. The crime unit moved quickly by investing the
Isabel Briggs Myers is quoted as saying, “We cannot safely assume that other people’s minds work on the same principles as our own. All too often, others with whom we come in contact do not reason as we reason, or do not value the things that we value, or
After taking the Myer-Briggs Type Indicator test, I have discovered that I have the ISTJ, The Logistician, personality type. First, as with other personality types, there are many strengths and weaknesses of having the ISTJ personality. ISTJs write best when using facts and data and struggle when developing personal thoughts and opinions. When looking over my previous essays, I noticed the best ones are either research papers or essays involving little commentary on the subject. Therefore, the test is right in that my best works are written concretely. Next, ISTJs can write close to the deadline of an assignment. This is true because I write best when I have the pressure of the assignment being due soon; thus, I come up with fake deadlines