Rhetorical Appeals
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...Appeals Introduction The art of rhetoric persuasive writing entails a careful use and arrangement of words, which results in persuading the readers in accepting and endorsing the ideas put forward by the writer. The process of such effective communication was introduced and explained by the Greek philosopher - Aristotle, who suggested that a reader can be persuaded by inclusion of three key elements i.e., ethos, pathos and logos. Ethos refers to use of ethics and ethical reasoning used to convince the readers; pathos refers to use of emotional appeals and examples; and logos refers to the use of logic to support the arguments made (Garver, 1994; Enos & Agnew, 1998; Kaufer & Butler, 1996... Rhetorical...
4 appeals ads analysis
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...appeal to one's senses in a variety of ways and to entice them to buy certain products. The purpose of this assignment is to search for assignments on the Internet that have an emotional or rational appeal and to, after selecting an advertisement for each of the categories (fear, humor, sex, and rational), evaluate what in the advertisement triggered that specific emotional response. Sex The advertisement that was chosen for the sex appeal category is a Hugo Fragrances advertisement. The ad features a man licking on a woman's foot in a seductive fashion. There is a bottle of one of the varieties of Hugo's fragrances... Introduction The Internet is filled with advertisements that are designed to...
Supreme Court Appeals
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...Appeals The United s Supreme Court is the highest federal court. The Supreme Court plays a very important role in the growth of United Kingdom law. It has the final say on appeals coming from the federal circuit courts. The justices of The Supreme Court review over seven thousand applications each year; however, they only accept to hear a handful of these cases because of time and resource constraints and because not all cases are of equal merit (Mott 2014, par. 1). The process of getting a case heard by the Supreme Court is rather difficult. As a rule, the applications take the form of a request for a writ of certiorari. This refers to a court order that requests lower courts... Supreme Court Appeals ...
Discussion: The 3 Appeals
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...Appeals In episode twelve of the office, David asks Michael to look for crucial information regarding small paper supply competitor. They eventually discover that there is a family faring on well in the same business. Michael is given an entire client list and then assists them repair his stalled car. He develops a guilty conscience about hurting the family, therefore, he wants to annihilate the client list but Dwight coerces him to give the list to David Wallace without any alteration. The entire office engages in a fierce debate about whether or not Hillary swank is hot. This episode serves well to demonstrate Michael characters of naivety and stupidity while at the same revealing his... The Three...
United States Court of Appeals
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...Appeals For the Sixth Circuit United s of America, Plaintiff-Appellee vs. No.____________ George Pickett, Defendant-Appellant X-------------------------------------------X APPELANT’S BRIEF Appeal from the ____________ Order Convicting Defendant of Metal Hunting in a National Park and Illegal Possession of Historic Artifact and ordering Forfeiture of Defendant’s Metal Detector, Artifacts and 2007 Chevrolet Blazer from the Western District Court Of Kentucky at Louisville Statement of the Case This is a case in which Defendant George Pickett appeals from a judgment convicting him of metal hunting in a national park and illegal possession of historic artifact... The United s Court of Appeals For...
Roles of Emotional Appeals in Decision-making
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...Appeals in Decision-making Fill (2009, p. 18) asserts, “Emotional responses assume decision-making is not made through active thought processing, but as a result of emotional reaction to communication stimulus”. Emotions are like a hidden part of us that help or drive us to make some critical decisions. While some individuals argue that we make decisions through critical thinking, most of our decisions are made depending on our emotions (Fill, 2009, p. 19). Our moods and feeling towards particular ideas or items critically shape the decisions we make concerning that idea. For instance, a business manager coming to work loaded with stress from family issues is likely to spend... ? Roles of Emotional...
Advertisement appeals as put forth by fowles
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...appeals or wedges that are used by advertising agencies in reaching out to their target audience. Often, the consumers are faced with numerous fads of advertisement that have the objective of creating emotional and sub-rational appeals. The consumers develop resistance to the adverts of which the advertisement agencies try to use different appeals to reach out to the consumers. The level of penetration depends on the willingness of the consumer to listen or watch the advertisement appeals. Advertisement Appeals as Put Forth By Fowles According to Fowles (2... Advertisement Introduction According to the research conducted by Henry A. Murray, Fowles provides a description of the most common emotional...
Englsih - Rhetorical Appeals analysis (logos, ethos, pathos)
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...appeals... PATHOS The first commercial chosen used pathos as an argument. It is a commercial that campaigns against driving fast. The commercial is an anecdote of a sweet couple who were pinned against the wall by car that was hit by a speeding silver car. Many people were also hurt in that accident but the most moving scene was that of the girlfriend screaming in front of her dead boyfriend while the rescue team were removing them from the debris. The scenes used emotions such as sadness, remorse, and anger to provoke the viewer’s feelings. The use of a sweet background song “ I can’t take my eyes off you” was a contrast to the violence and sadness happening in the commercial. The commercial ...
Court of Appeals of New York
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...Appeals Of New York DecidedFebruary 14, 2008 Facts of the case The shareholders of the Pennington Property Company LLC which owned the a Manhattan apartment building brought an action on behalf of the company against their management regarding the lease and consequential sale of the organization property at price considered to be below the market value. Those in charge of the company decided to lease one of the crucial assets of the company and later sell at amount considered to be below the property’s market value. The plaintiffs who owned 25% of the company’s felt aggrieved by this move of the company directors and as such they decided... ? CASE COMPARISON and CASE COMPARISON Tzolis v. Wolff Court Of...
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals
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...Appeals of the affiliation The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals The controversial issues in the case are evident, and the application of the law should be handled with care. The case has two major sides of consideration. The first concerns the rule of law, which in the State contends that capital murder should be served with punishment equating to execution. This is the only way that the rule of law can be upheld and justice served to the victim of the murderous act. Conversely, it would be absurd to execute an insane individual who has no mental capacity to comprehend his actions or the case for punishment (Kanady, 2006, p. 34). To the extent that drugs are used to treat... The Eighth Circuit Court of...
Fear Appeals in Health Promotions: An Analysis of Empirical Evidence.
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...Appeals in Health Promotions: An Analysis of Empirical Evidence This paper will look at empirical research, across a range of health promotion issues, about the use of fear appeals by health promoters, and will try to identify conditions where fear appeals are least and most effective. This paper will consider alternative behavior-change approaches. We will consider gender, age, culture, type of change anticipated, severity of fear tactic used, communication structural support, and the ethical logic of inducing fear in health promotion. We will consider studies with a watchful eye on five basic theoretical frameworks: Parallel Process...
Logos and Pathos Appeals in "Taking What is not There"
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...Appeals in “Taking What is not There” Water has become almost like fuel, a resource that is enormously being depleted through industrial, commercial, and residential purposes. Water is now officially a scarce resource, particularly in arid and semi-arid areas. In “Taking What is Not There,” Midkiff explains the urgency of saving the river systems of the United States, particularly the Colorado River and Rio Grande, because water production no longer meets water demand. He aims to convince the affected communities along these water sources to organize and mobilize against taking more than what actual water levels... are and to fight water pollution. Midkiff seeks to persuade people to conserve...
Discussion 1 Week 10 "Protests, Disputes, and Appeals"
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...Appeals al Affiliation Protests, Disputes, and Appeals From the first e-Activity, outline the requirements for the Court of Federal Claims to hear a complaint. Analyze why each element of the requirements is an independently critical component of a successful claim. The requirements for the Court of Federal Claims to hear a complaint are contained in the following procedural stages, to wit: (1) the contractor filing the claim; (2) include all the elements to the claim, such as: (a) the detailed description of the dispute or claim; (b) reference to the exact terms in the contract; (c) the factual statements of both, agreement and disagreement; and (d) the “statement... Disputes, and Appeals al...
In the Court of Appeals of the State of Illinois
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...APPEALS OF THE OF ILLINOIS MELISSA PORTER Defendant-Appellant -v- JOHN STRAUB Plaintiff-Appellee APPELLANT’S BRIEF Appeal from District Court of Cook County, Fifth Judicial District Jeff Bambas Gerakeris and Harper, LLC 527 Commercial Street Chicago, IL 72034 (603) 555-1234 ISSUES PRESENTED FOR REVIEW 1. Whether the District Court erred in calculating child support by applying a 20% reduction from an unspecified net income amount. STATEMENT OF THE CASE Melissa Porter filed a Petition to Vacate An Original Order of Custody in the District Court for Cook County. On November 14, 2011, the District Court ruled in her favor. There was no Motion to Modify Child Support filed... ?No. 05-95449-A IN THE COURT OF...
Alice in Wonderland is a book that appeals to children and adults alike
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...appeals to children and adults alike. While some elements will appeal particularly to children and some to adults, other features of the novel will appeal to both groups, but in different manners. It is this multifaceted nature to the book that has ensured its popularity for a century. This essay will consider those elements that appeal particularly to children first, second those that will appeal to adults and third those that appeal to both adults and children. The first element that will appeal to children... Anna Vo Prof. Kicki Essay Due 13/2/07 Alice in Wonderland is one the most enduring books of the Nineteenth Century. It is unique in nature, and introduces a strange and wonderful world that...
write a critique on Jib Fowles article, Advertising's Fifteen Basic Appeals.
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...Appeals” has given the information about the emotional appeals that advertisers use... Sex The Power Of Advertisement The world of advertisement is truly magical. You have two to three seconds to tell your story and to tell it in such a way that it should make the target audience to shell out the money from their pocket and make a buy. Bill Bernbach has rightly said that “ Advertisement is not a science. It is a persuasion. And persuasion is an art” [1] . This art has been used by advertisers and the companies throughout the world to make people buy their product. Jib Fowles, through his essay “Advertisings Fifteen Basic App...
Advertising Appeals to Our Imperfect Lives & to Our desire to satisfy ourselves
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...Appeals to Imperfect Lives and the Desire Satisfy Needs While most businesses use advertisements as a way ofattracting the customers, most of the customers view the main function of the ads as to exploit the imperfect lives that they have as well as their desires to satisfy themselves. This is because the advertisements are made in such a way that they would either make people feel more perfect or satisfy their needs. One of the facts that make the adverts very effective is the notion that people are immune to it and that they only purchase what they really need (Boston Womens Health Book Collective, Inc.). The belief that people hold, that their decisions cannot be affected by the media... Advertising...
Grusendorf v Oklahoma City, 816 F. 2d 539 (U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit 1987)
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...Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, 1987) Affiliation Issue Greg Grusendorf took three puffs from a cigarette while on a lunch break from his job as a firefighter trainee with the Oklahoma City Fire Department on December 14, 1984. He was then fired as a result of his misdeeds by the supervisor.He took the matter to the court claiming his rights were violated.  The Court has recognized a right of liberty or privacy in only a handful of circumstances. It can hardly be disputed that the Oklahoma City Fire Departments non-smoking regulation invades upon the liberty and privacy of the firefighter trainees (Ducat, 2009). Rule The Supreme Court observed... Grusendorf v Oklahoma 816 F. 2d 539 (U.S. Court of...
analyzing persuasive appeals in advertisements
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...Appeal in Advertisements The print advertisement that I chose to analyze for this assignment is the Depend Real Fit and Silhouette print ad featuring noted television actress Lisa Rinna as the product endorser. The reason I chose the ad was because I found it eye catching, humorous, and informative all at the same time. It got its important information across without ever becoming cheeky or insulting to those who find themselves in need of the protection offered by adult diapers. In terms of the Ethos of the print ad, using a celebrity image model like Lisa Rinna made the advertisement come across as fully extrinsic in appeal. Lisa Rinna as we all know, works mighty long hours... Analyzing Persuasive...
Analyze how evenly does Rev King balance the three rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos) to show the Clergymen the inequ
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...appeal of the audience which in turn can be used to develop an argument. Logos is simply the swaying of people by making use of reasoning, which can either be inductive or deductive reasoning. Its impact on the audience is referred to as argument’s logical appeal. The logos can also be termed as the details and statistics that aid in sustaining the argument. Ethos It is determined by the credibility of the authors. It is expressed through tone and by how the authors refer to various views. The authors’ character influences ethos. The writers show... Target group This book review is a letter written by Rev King targeting 8 clergymen in Alabama. The clergy men are of an average age of 50years. They all...
Generally, the right of automatic and compulsory hearing by the Supreme Court is extremely limited. Set forth the instances by which the Supreme Court may/must hear a case. Then set forth your argument as to whether you believe appeals to the Supreme Co
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...appeal. It will hold a trial for disputes between s; “certain limited appeals from cases involving the reapportionment of legislative districts and the disposition of questions of law from lower courts” (Appeals, 2010) Its most common cases though are under its appellate jurisdiction. These are cases which appeal the judgment of lower courts. The United States Supreme Court will only hear a case from the lower courts once it has merited a need for review. (Jennings, M., 2008) A writ of certiorari must be filed. Because of this, only a small number of cases are heard by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court does not waste... The United s Supreme Court hears cases under its original jurisdiction and upon...
Analyze the Nike Ad in terms of its appeals (ethos, pathos, logos)
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...appeal to the readers sense of self identity based upon some preset conditions in the past. It clearly tries to appeal to the readers self-interest and emotions. When it comes to the logos of the ad however, one thing is very clear, the ad uses some highly effective logic in order to help sell the product to the two kinds of logic presented in the ad. These logos come into play as the words in the advertisement agrees to and encourages the reader to give himself a chance to be happy just the way he is. While also encouraging to think of the logical arguments presented thus creating a logical statement that will certainly be in need of future discussion....
Critical Essay about the rhetoric of David Foster Wallace's "Kenyon College 2005 Commencement Address". Analysis of Wallace's use of the three persuasive appeals (logos, pathos, ethos)
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...APPEAL IN DAVID FOSTER WALLACE’S “KENYON COLLEGE 2005 COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS.” Program: Id Number: Date: MY RHETORICAL SITUATION. Position: Wallace applies all three components to persuade the audience; however, logos and ethos are more prominent while pathos makes minor occurrences. Audience: This discussion aims to address any scholar who has not yet experienced life out of school. The discussion is also essential for those who already hold jobs. Purpose: The views in this discussion aim to show how they concur or differ with those of Wallace despite him being one of the finest essayist and novelist of his times. Occasion: This work is suitable for class... AN ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF PERSUASIVE...
make a convincing argument for BOTH sides of an issue that has been considered by the U.S. Supreme Court or a U.S. Court of Appeals within the past twenty years or so.
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...Appeal had made it clear that it is not necessary that public schools have an apparent reason to frisk scholars in the New Jersey v. TLO case. All the same, the public schools required a rational notion of the student engaging in unauthorized actions; relatively, this meant that the same apply for the drug tests where the law stated that the students should provide one, once the school asked for it with judicious doubt... Law Essay Does the Law Allow Public Schools to Test Athletes for Drugs as a Participation Requirement? i. Introduction Student drug testing is a popular procedure today in most of the public schools in the United States and there have been all kinds of discussions since its...
TEXAS COURT OF APPEALS, THIRD DISTRICT, AT AUSTIN NO. 03-07-00399-CR Roy Andrew Lewis, Appellant v. The State of Texas, Appellee FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF BELL COUNTY, 264TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT NO. 58876, HONORABLE MARTHA J. TRUDO, JUDGE PRESIDING
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...appealed, citing a technicality. The appeal was lodged due to the fact the defense felt that the state submitted legally and factually insufficient evidence to determine the true identity of the victim. Basis of Appeal The defense counsel argued, on appeal, that conviction for capital murder should be overturned because the prosecution failed to prove the identity of the victim. The defendant was charged for killing a particular person, yet the state was unable to prove the identity of the victim... that was uncovered and was the center of the case. The remains were scarred beyond recognition, and the argument was made that there was not even a way to determine how long the remains had...
Washington D.C. Court Set Up
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...appeals, which is headed by the chief Judge. The court of appeals, under clerk of court, runs the administrative division, case management division, office on admissions and unauthorized practice, and the public office. According to D.C Court of appeals (web), “D.C. Court of Appeals is the equivalent of a state supreme court. As the highest court for the District of Columbia, the Court of Appeals is authorized to review all final orders, judgments, and specified interlocutory orders of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.” Below the court of appeals, there exists the superior court. The superior court... Washington D.C. Court Set Up The primary importance of any court system is to provide...
Courtroom proceedings
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...Appeal, Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals. The types of cases that would be heard in the various courtrooms, as well as the appeals processes available per type of court are also discussed. County-Level Courts: A county-level court is simply a court that is based within a jurisdiction that covers one or more counties, which are administrative divisions in a nation. County courts essentially handle legal issues on a county level. They are also known as people’s courts... ?Final paper: Courtroom Final Paper: Courtroom There are several types of courts each with its unique purpose. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the differences between County-Level Courts, District Courts, Courts of...
Courts roles H.W
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...Appeals The U.S. Court of Appeals is responsible for hearing all the appeals that come from District Court of the region. The U.S. Court of Appeals do not check the evidence informed by the District Courts but the laws... Topic: Roles of Courts U.S. District Court U.S. District Court is responsible for attending to criminal as well as civil cases as both are filed in the court. It comes under the category of federal courts. Congress has held the District Court accountable for hearing all the cases that come under federal law system such as bankruptcy cases. Therefore, the role of U.S. District Court is to hear civil as well as criminal cases that come under the category of federal cases. U.S. Court of Ap...
Explain the federal court system in its entirety. Be sure to state and explain each of the courts that comprise the federal syst
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...Appeal. The federal district court is a court of original jurisdiction; this is where “cases and controversies” are file for the first time (Van Dervort 2000). From the trial courts cases are brought for appeal in the U.S. court of appeals. The U.S. court of appeals is the intermediate appeals courts in the federal system. It has two types the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. The first has limited jurisdiction and only hear... ? “The judicial Power if the United s shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish (Art III, Section 1 U.S. Constitution). The U.S. Supreme Court is the...
Introduction to Business Law
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...Appeals and the Appellate Process The United s Courts of Appeals play a crucial role in the resolution of legal disputes in the US federal court system. It plays an intermediary role in the federal court system intended to relieve the Supreme Court of its workload, where unless a Supreme Court decision is made, the decision of the US Courts of Appeals are considered a final one. In the list of cases enumerated, only the appeal of a 5th district court regarding the right of Texas high school students to recite prayers over the school's PA system falls within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeals. While the case involving an appeal of a decision by a court martial must... The United s Courts of...
Rhetorical Analysis
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...appeals. The essay also elaborates main reasons behind performing a rhetorical analysis and the difficulties encountered when performing this analysis. Rhetorical analysis is the art of examining the author's views and opinions through examination of the components used in persuading the audience by the author. Rhetoric is a word that is used to describe the art and skills of persuasion. The main areas examined during this analysis are, the purpose of the work, the intended audience and the appeals used to convince the audience... . To conduct a rhetorical analysis, the first step is the identification of the purpose or the author's intent. Questions like what occasion give rise to the need...
To what extent the effectiveness of sex appeal in advertising may be reduced by factors like religion, culture, morals and traditions
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...appeals in advertising Introduction Sex appeal is an efficient method of advertising chosen by suppliers. Consumers are targeted by being influenced on their ‘animalistic behavior’. Thus consumers choose one or another product in accordance with their inner driven sexual energy. Nevertheless, sexual content should be designed in accordance with religious, cultural and moral traditions of the target audience. This research paper discusses appropriateness of sex appeals in advertising. A theoretical background of work consists of current works devoted to discussions of advertising ethics. Empirical data are chosen on the basis of qualitative interviews among representatives of UK... Effectiveness of sex...
Interpretation of Martin Luther King's Letter from Jail
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...appeals in his letter: appeals to reason (logos), appeals to emotion (pathos), and appeals based on his character (ethos), and the significance of using these appeals in preaching love... ?Sur Lecturer A letter from Birmingham jail Introduction Martin Luther King’s "A letter from Birmingham jail" was a response to the statement published by fellow eight clergymen from Alabama who criticized Martin Luther for participation and organization of the protest against Birmingham segregation. Martin Luther King’s letter was actually an effort to criticize the church and the white moderators, and to defend himself from such accusations. With this regard, this paper seeks to analyze the way King uses various...
Appeal Process
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...appeal? An appeal is the process that allows the losing party in a court trial to have the case re tried; typically, the defendant will allege and try to prove to the appellate court that their case was tried unfairly with one or more errors that rendered it fundamentally unconstitutional. In the federal courts, some decisions are subject to appeals with both parties at liberty to appeal in civil cases; however, the government is not allowed to appeal on a not-guilty verdict. Nonetheless, a guilty one may be contested by either party. Appeal is viable in a number of cases although some may require to be heard by separate appellate committees such as the appellate committee of bankrupt... What is an...
People V. Lavalle (NYS Dealth Penalty)
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...Appeals gave a ruling in the case titled People of New York v. Steven LaValle that it was unconstitutional. Consequently, sentences of all convicts on the death row were commuted to life imprisonment and subsequent attempts to re-establish the death penalty have proved to be unsuccessful. Stephen LaValle had confessed to the rape and stabbing of high school athletic coach Cynthia Quinn on 31st May 1997. LaValle was convicted of rape and murder and sentenced to death but he filed an appeal before the New York Court... Running head: PEOPLE V. LAVALLE (NYS DEATH PENALTY) People V. Lavalle (NYS Death Penalty) The deathpenalty was being imposed in New York State till the year 2004 when the New York Court of...
post-conviction remedies
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...appeals In relation to the crime and the judgment made, individuals decide on the most suitable method to appeal for their cases. Normally, there are two methods which are commonly used: post conviction remedies and direct appeals filed by a defendant after his conviction in a trial court. Direct appeals are requests to an appellate court for it to review and change the decision of a lower court. The defendant may dispute the conviction itself or appeal the trial courts sentencing judgment without actually challenging the fundamental conviction. Some of the most common post conviction appeals include: appeal to State appellate Court which contends... How post-conviction remedies differ from direct...
Artistotle Rhetoric
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...appeals or persuasion into Ethos, Logos, and Pathos. Pathos entails persuasion through pleasing someone’s emotions. Therefore, pathos is the magnitude with which a speaker appeals to the audience and moves them to a desirable emotional action. Good speakers perfect their skills to determine which emotion would impact on the audience based on their age, social status, and other important personal traits. In addition, Aristotle rhetoric also guide how orators can cause and maintain satisfactory emotions, such as anger, confusion, insult, fear, empathy. Hence, Aristotle’s approach of arguments is consistent concerning the use of emotional appeal. He... Aristotle Rhetoric Aristotle categorized methods of...
Stop and Frisk
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...appeals reversed the decision claiming the standard required in Terry v. Ohio was not met. According to the Court of Appeals: “Terry established that, in an investigatory stop based on reasonably grounded suspicion of criminal activity, the police must be positioned to act instantly if they have reasonable cause to suspect that the persons temporarily detained are armed and dangerous... Citing Terry, the Court further held that a driver, once outside the stopped vehicle, may be patted down for weapons if the officer reasonable concludes that the driver might be armed and dangerous... The Arizona Court... Arizona v. Johnson On April 19, 2002, Lemon Johnson and his friends were stopped by Maria Trevizo, a ...
National cash Register Company
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...Appeals For The Sixth Circuit”). ISSUE: NCR assumed that KAL had obtained access to make unauthorized use of the copyrighted software and claimed that KAL had involved in unlawful copying of APTRRA XFS software. NCR further claimed that KAL has developed its version of security upgradation only by engaging in this unauthorized activity. NCR brought a suit claiming copyright infringement against KAL (Gehrke & Associates, S.C., “United States Court Of Appeals... ?Briefing a Case Example Case Number: NCR CORP. V. KORALA ASSOCIATES, LTD (CASE 3 FACTS: National cash Register Company (NCR)was founded by John H Patterson in the year 1884. Currently, NCR is regarded as a global supplier of automated teller...
Relying on Consumer Behavior
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...appeals to endeavor a product to a consumer. Appeals include fear... Relying on Consumer Behavior: An Analysis Predicting consumer behavior is one of the key fieldsof marketing particularly because marketers would want to know the next big bestseller. Theories and statistical methods to determine future trends in consumer behavior abound but there still lies the basic question: can we depend on the consumer to know what they want Do consumers really behave as they say According to Neal Et al (2006), analyzing and predicting consumer behavior is more complex than predicting the weather particularly because each consumer has his own preference formed from his own set of experiences. The problem becomes m...
reading response
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...appeal with the ability to discover a way into the mind (p. 76). From Fowles, emotional appeal in advertisements is a deliberate move to satisfy urges and desires not evident in the consumer’s skeptical and cautious abilities founded on their intellect. The assumption by advertisers is that the consumer... Mengjie Zhang Mills English 1A 10-31 Reading response Comprehension response Jib Fowles evaluates the magic in advertisements that prompts the human mind to set an advert apart and define is as attractive and gives it attention. From his findings, Fowles identifies that the few advertisements that the human mind grants much attention are those characterized by both prime and original emotional appeal...
Legal Authority
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...Appeal: Discussion Trial courts are known as courts where cases begin. In the trial court, pieces of evidence are presented from the both sides to reveal their views and versions on the occurrence of an injury. Witnesses present most of the case evidence and exhibitions such as pictures, weapons and other items are presented. The court decision is based on the presented evidence and exhibitions. Appellate courts are commonly known as courts of appeal. Cases are taken to the Appellate courts when either party in a case disagrees with the trial court’s decision. In the Appellate courts, there is no evidence... Law Legal ity Affiliation Law legal ity Differences between a Trial Court and a Court Of Appeal:...
Analyzing ads
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...appeal plays a major role in production of these Ads. The Management factor in his 15 appeals to reach out to market efficiently. Jib Flowless is a scholar who suggests that advertising revolve around 15 different appeals (Fowles 8). These include need for sex, affiliation guidance, and nurture, aggressiveness, to achieve and dominate. The rest of the appeals includes the appeals for the need for prominence, attention, autonomy, escape; feel safe, aesthetic, satisfy curiosity and the psychological needs. The Ads focus on flashy faces of the models with white healthy teeth posing with Colgate toothpaste....
Arizona Court System
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...Appeals determines appeals against the decisions entered by the Superior Court of Arizona. The Arizona Supreme Court is the highest court in the state having the jurisdiction to decide on high-level cases in the state. Arizona Supreme Court The Arizona Supreme Court is the highest court in the state. It comprises the Chief Justice, a Deputy, and Associate Justices numbering three (Berch, 2011). The justices are chosen by the governor of the state from a list proposed by an impartial commission. Justices defend their seats in a poll, 24 months after they assume office, and then every term lasting six years (Jacobs, 1995... ? Arizona Court System Number Introduction Arizona Courts of Law are divided into...
Quantitative Communication Research Variable
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...appeals, Grade point average, and Interaction. 1. "Experience doing something" Transformed to "experience in a particular business field" is an independent variable in the following hypothesis: "Speakers, who have ten or more years of experience in a particular business field, integrate parts of their previously conducted business-related speeches into the new texts more often than speakers who have less than ten years of experience in given field." In the form of "experience delivering public speeches" it is a dependent variable in the statement: "Students, who took creative... Quantitative Communication Research Variable I have chosen four different variables - Experience doing something, Logical...
week 4 Presidential Appointment Analysis SOC 205
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...Appeals Court and District Courts. Introduction President Bush mainly wanted to entrench conservative approach to many social policy dilemmas (Geyh, 2006). There are several reasons why Bush made the judicial appointments. First, the district courts are tasked with interpreting case precedents in deciding cases while the Appeals courts act as the stepping stone... Within several weeks of his inauguration, President Bush made a tightened and aggressive control of the federal judicialbench. President Bush ended the established traditional screening of the candidates’ credentials by the American Bar Association. President Bush appointed John Roberts to US Supreme Court and other nominees to various...
city council paper
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...Appeals 10/24 The Board of Zoning Appeals held a meeting on 10/24 to discuss the staff report on the request for CSX transportation on property 2660 South Walnut Street. The CSX transportation request included, the use of variance to enable outdoor storage and the other request involved approving an 8ft tall fence. The property in question, is located on the south west corner of West Country Club drive in the Walnut Street and within Walnut station planned unit for development. On the west is the corridor own by the CSX transportation, however, there are also some single family residents on the west side. In addition, on the south of the property, are single family... Bloomington Board of Zoning Appeals ...
Federal Court System
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...Appeals from federal agencies will also be heard in appellate courts. “In addition, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has nationwide jurisdiction to hear appeals in specialized cases, such as those involving patent laws and cases decided by the Court of International Trade and the Court of Federal Claims” (Federal Court Structure, n. d.). References Federal Court Structure, (N.d.). Retrieved from http://www.uscourts.gov/federalcourts/understandingthefederalcourts/FederalCourtsStructure.aspx... Federal Court System Supreme Court has the highest ity in American criminal justice system or federal judiciary. Below Supreme Court, two levels of federal courts are functioning; trail courts or...
State appeal courts
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...appeals courts affiliation appeals courts appeals courts are the immediate appellate courts of the federal court system. In the federal court system, numerous cases are undecided after the final judgment provided by district courts and the Supreme Court (American Bar Association, 2004). These cases are handled by the state appeal courts. This describes the main responsibility of the appeal courts. In addition, the courts operate as an overseer of the decision made in the district courts. For instance, if a case is handle by the Supreme Court the decision can be challenged in the court of appeal. The decision making relies on the information recorded from other court proceedings (American Bar...
Product Liability Case
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...Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently revived a case filed by Christina McClellan after suffering an injury caused by a shoulder pain pump, overturning a decision made by the district court. Christina McClellan underwent surgery on her troublesome shoulder twice in 2004, during which her attendants had administered pain killers using the “PainBuster” device (Moylan, 2015). However, she was subsequently diagnosed shoulder... Product Liability Case Product Liability Case Product liability cases have in recent years seen a significant increase, especiallyin terms of injuries filed in court by people who, despite undergoing minimally invasive surgery, develop serious cartilage damage. The U.S. Courts of...
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