No outside sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish.

No outside sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish. Read the questions and answer what is asked. Be concise and keep your response focused. Provide clear statements of the issues and analyze them succinctly. If you chose to use any material outside of the assigned readings or materials (including statute sections) handed out in class, please provide a citation. If, in order to make a point, you feel you must make an assumption, resolve an ambiguity, or identify missing information, then please do so by clearly stating the assumption, ambiguity, or missing information and your handling of it. The questions are weighted as indicated below. Do not rewrite the question, but do indicate the number of the question and the subpart.
Based on the assigned reading in Percival and the materials (including statute sections) handed out in class, answer the following questions:
Question #1
Discuss the two-step process set out by the Supreme Court in Chevron v. NRDC that a court is to apply in determining whether to uphold an agency’s interpretation of a statute. Do you agree that courts should defer to an agency’s interpretation when the statute at issue is ambiguous? Why?
Question #2
State whether each of the following is a hazardous waste and give the reason for your answer:
Toxic cleaning products, in powder form, washed down the drain at a private residence into a domestic sewage system.
The corrosive byproduct of a manufacturing process that the generator (original manufacturer) intends to reuse immediately as part of its manufacturing process.
Discarded drum half full of industrial cleaning solution, in liquid form, that is “reactive”
Agricultural irrigation return flows
Question # 3
At page 332 Percival quotes an EPA staffer’s view that “the RCRA system is both overinclusive and underinclusive.” Explain what you believe the EPA staffer means and use specific examples of RCRA’s overinclusivity and underinclusivity.
Question #4 
In what ways do CERCLA’s liability provisions go beyond the scope of responsibility  under traditional common law principles? Please address the following in your answer:
The standard of liability applied
The range/type of parties that can be held liable
Types of damages recoverable
Other ways?
Question #5:
In the Bestfoods case, the U.S. Supreme Court set out two distinct tests for holding a  shareholder liable under CERCLA. Explain the two tests. Describe the important difference between the two tests relating to the focus (or target) of the contacts (or actions) by the parent company.     
Sources/readings to answer these questions will be uploaded soon.

No outside sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish.

No outside sources are required or expected, but you may consult what you wish. Read the questions and answer what is asked. Be concise and keep your response focused. Provide clear statements of the issues and analyze them succinctly. If you chose to use any material outside of the assigned readings or materials (including statute sections) handed out in class, please provide a citation. If, in order to make a point, you feel you must make an assumption, resolve an ambiguity, or identify missing information, then please do so by clearly stating the assumption, ambiguity, or missing information and your handling of it. The questions are weighted as indicated below. Do not rewrite the question, but do indicate the number of the question and the subpart.
Based on the assigned reading in Percival and the materials (including statute sections) handed out in class, answer the following questions:
Question #1
Discuss the two-step process set out by the Supreme Court in Chevron v. NRDC that a court is to apply in determining whether to uphold an agency’s interpretation of a statute. Do you agree that courts should defer to an agency’s interpretation when the statute at issue is ambiguous? Why?
Question #2
State whether each of the following is a hazardous waste and give the reason for your answer:
1. Toxic cleaning products, in powder form, washed down the drain at a private residence into a domestic sewage system.
2. The corrosive byproduct of a manufacturing process that the generator (original manufacturer) intends to reuse immediately as part of its manufacturing process.
3. Discarded drum half full of industrial cleaning solution, in liquid form, that is “reactive”
4. Agricultural irrigation return flows
Question # 3
At page 332 Percival quotes an EPA staffer’s view that “the RCRA system is both overinclusive and underinclusive.” Explain what you believe the EPA staffer means and use specific examples of RCRA’s overinclusivity and underinclusivity.
Question #4 
In what ways do CERCLA’s liability provisions go beyond the scope of responsibility  under traditional common law principles? Please address the following in your answer:
1. The standard of liability applied
2. The range/type of parties that can be held liable
3, Types of damages recoverable
4. Other ways?
Question #5:
In the Bestfoods case, the U.S. Supreme Court set out two distinct tests for holding a shareholder liable under CERCLA. Explain the two tests. Describe the important difference between the two tests relating to the focus (or target) of the contacts (or actions) by the parent company. 
Sources/readings to answer these questions will be uploaded soon.

Need two separate questions answered on two different pages In 150 words each. 1

Need two separate questions answered on two different pages In 150 words each.
1. What do you see as the most difficult challenges for addressing cybercrime?
2. Going forward, what do you see as the most important steps to take in addressing cybercrime?
Readings:
https://thirdway.imgix.net/pdfs/override/A-Roadmap-to-Strengthen-US-Cyber-Enforcement.pdf

Track down two different articles about the same topic and use them to illustrat

Track down two different articles about the same topic and use them to illustrate the rhetorical conventions of your discipline. One of the articles should be intended to be read by “the general public” (i.e., non-specialists)—for example, newspaper or magazine articles, or most websites. The second article should be written for an audience of experts in the field—this could include articles in professional trade journals, conference presentations, peer-reviewed scholarly research, or other appropriate sources.
When you have selected and read each article, identify and analyze how each one uses the rhetorical categories of Purpose, Audience, Tone, Genre, and Context. Use that analysis to explain how writing within your professional field is different from writing for the general public.
Note: You are not trying to summarize the text or respond to the author’s arguments. The content—what the articles are about—is not really important (although I do encourage you to choose a topic that is interesting to you personally!). Instead, your goal is to understand the authors’ rhetorical choices, and how those choices illustrate the ways people in your field “talk” to each other.
Rhetorical Situation
According to Swales, “discourse communities possess and utilize specific genres.” What he means is that different disciplines use specific kinds of texts for specific purposes, and professionals within the field have specific (although often unstated) expectations about how those texts should be crafted and presented. These conventions cover everything from whether to use first or third person, when to use active or passive voice, how to cite sources, and more. To communicate effectively with professionals in your field, you need to be aware of those expectations.
Purpose: Identify, analyze, and compare the rhetorical features of documents both within and outside your discipline to help your readers understand the writing conventions of the field.
Audience: Fellow UB students (or those in the general public) who participate in your discourse community and would benefit from your explanation of appropriate writing behaviors in the field.
Genre: Professional report (note that this varies depending on the discipline—an accountant, a lawyer, and a marketing consultant will have different ideas about what a report is supposed to look like; part of your job is to decide what is appropriate in your own DC)
●    Track down two different articles about the same topic and use them to illustrate the rhetorical conventions of your discipline.
●    Analyze how each article uses the rhetorical categories of Purpose, Audience, Tone, Genre, and Context. Explain how writing within your professional field is different from writing for the general public
Other Requirements
●    Cite at least 2 sources that you have used in your research.
●    The Rhetorical Analysis Report should follow the formatting conventions of your discourse community.
THESE ARE MY TWO SOURCES : Correctionalofficer.org. 2021. Correctional Officer Duties & Responsibilities | CorrectionalOfficer.org. [online] Available at: [Accessed 9 October 2021].
Indeed.com. 2021. Correctional Officer Job Description [Updated for 2021]. [online] Available at: [Accessed 9 October 2021].
My DISCOURSE IS CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
APA FORMAT

Make sure to follow the instructions in the assignment page regarding the Rule S

Make sure to follow the instructions in the assignment page regarding the Rule Section. The complaints of the case which this is pertaining to is also attached for reference but should not be used when writing the rule section, as it has to do solely about the ethical theory being applied in this case.

we need to write a short 800 word essay that will serve as an outline to a longe

we need to write a short 800 word essay that will serve as an outline to a longer 4000 word essay
the essay topic i choose is “reviewing  policy  approaches  to  dealing  with  organ  shortages  and the concept of the body as a property” you can modify the wording used to create a strong essay topic statement as long as you take the following criteria :
OSCOLA must be used for citing sources
Sets an appropriate question/ title
Provides a clear argument for the proposed paper
Writes a minimum of 800 words (excluding references)
Provides a structure/ outline for the paper
Lists at least 10 appropriate references to be used in the final paper

Read the Final report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing fro

Read the Final report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing from May 2015.
Specifically focusing on Pillar One, “Building Trust and Legitimacy,” comment on the key points outlined and their importance. Describe the role that trust plays within a police department and how it impacts a department’s effectiveness and legitimacy. Address concepts from throughout the course such as recruitment, community policing, ethics, and police discretion. Why are trust and legitimacy important to each of these concepts? Bring in outside sources to support your points and provide examples.
Paper must be in APA format and include a cover page, internal citations, and a reference page. Review the APA Style Student Paper Checklist for an overview of requirements.
You must include at least four resources.
Note: You may include your textbook as one reference, but the majority of your research should come from other credible sources. Wikipedia is an unacceptable source.
Paper should be well developed and convey your understanding of the readings and concepts.
Paper should be organized, coherent, unified, and free of spelling and grammatical errors.

Research a police department in the United States that has created a program spe

Research a police department in the United States that has created a program specifically designed to uncover and prevent youth violence in their respective community.
Explain in detail the various components of the program and whether or not is has been successful.
What ideas can you offer that might enhance the program?
Please use APA format for citations

For this Mock Trial, you are responsible for working with 1-3 partners to create

For this Mock Trial, you are responsible for working with 1-3 partners to create an opening statement, direct examination of a witness, cross-examination of a witness and closing argument.
Case below
Yvonne Walker and Donaldson were girlfriend and boyfriend for about 4 months. On January 14, 2021, Ms. Walker “broke up with him”. Donaldson was not happy with this breakup and was upset and angry. He would not leave the house until she threatened to call the police. Around 9 a.m., he finally left the house.
Later that day, around 4 p.m., Ms. Walker was driving home. Her 4-year-old son was in the car. Her 13-year-old daughter was at home waiting for her mom’s return. Ms. Walker makes her normal turn down the back alley behind her house and immediately sees Donaldson standing in the alley. She proceeds to park her car and Donaldson “is right at my car already”. He opens the passenger side door and “shoved” the 4-year-old out of the car. The youngster hits the pavement and immediately began to cry. Donaldson then punched Walker in the right side of her head, just above her ear. She then sensed her purse, which was on top of the middle console of her Nissan Rogue, being taken by Donaldson. She tried to hold on to her purse when Donaldson punched her “maybe 3 or 4” more times to the same area of her head. When she could not hold on any longer, Donaldson took her purse and ran away.
The Commonwealth charged Donaldson with Simple Assault (2 counts), Aggravated Assault (2 counts), Robbery and Theft

For this Mock Trial, you are responsible for working with 1-3 partners to create

For this Mock Trial, you are responsible for working with 1-3 partners to create an opening statement, direct examination of a witness, cross-examination of a witness and closing argument.
Case below
Yvonne Walker and Donaldson were girlfriend and boyfriend for about 4 months. On January 14, 2021, Ms. Walker “broke up with him”. Donaldson was not happy with this breakup and was upset and angry. He would not leave the house until she threatened to call the police. Around 9 a.m., he finally left the house.
Later that day, around 4 p.m., Ms. Walker was driving home. Her 4-year-old son was in the car. Her 13-year-old daughter was at home waiting for her mom’s return. Ms. Walker makes her normal turn down the back alley behind her house and immediately sees Donaldson standing in the alley. She proceeds to park her car and Donaldson “is right at my car already”. He opens the passenger side door and “shoved” the 4-year-old out of the car. The youngster hits the pavement and immediately began to cry. Donaldson then punched Walker in the right side of her head, just above her ear. She then sensed her purse, which was on top of the middle console of her Nissan Rogue, being taken by Donaldson. She tried to hold on to her purse when Donaldson punched her “maybe 3 or 4” more times to the same area of her head. When she could not hold on any longer, Donaldson took her purse and ran away.
The Commonwealth charged Donaldson with Simple Assault (2 counts), Aggravated Assault (2 counts), Robbery and Theft