Assault
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...assault on an individual and the community: This paper is based on a highly sensitive and grave issue that is profoundly capable of shaping an individual’s psychology and societal structure. Assault is generally considered to be the crime of violence against any other person or any such brutal act comes under the heading of assault that makes the other person encounter severe personal offence. Any aggressive threat of violence against any weak or dependent person coupled with immediate display of force is considered assault and is vehemently condemned all over the globe. Assault also means deliberate physical contact with other person against his/her will, which is quite common... at the...
Assault
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...Assault Discuss the significance of a sexual battery kit and what evidential value it may have to prove an assault occurred The growing number of rapes and sexual assaults has increased the significance of sexual battery kit in the United States as it assists the medical professionals to collect physical evidences of the assault which has been proved extremely useful in rape investigation cases too. As L.A. Hargot observes, physicians who make use of the sexual assault examinations needs to “deal not only with the patients physical and emotional trauma, but also collect forensic evidence, and provide...
Sexual Assault
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...Assault Sexual Assault I. What is Sexual Assault?  Sexual assault refers to the behaviour of a person that is sexual in nature which can make another person feel threatened, frightened and uncomfortable. It is a sexual activity made on a person without his consent. Other forces used to engage in sexual activity, e.g., physical or emotional violence, is also considered sexual assault. A. Forcible Rape  Forcible rape is the female’s carnal knowledge by force and against her will. The attempt to or assaults to commit rape through threat or force are included. It excludes statutory rape. As of 2009, reports of forcible rape annually have reached 88,097. Of all the reported rape... ?Running Head: Sexual...
Sexual Assault on campus
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...Assault on Campus al affiliation Sexual Assault on Campus Introduction Sexual assault is a major problem in campuswith statistics showing that 20-25% of college women will be victims of sexual harassment or assault during their college life (Hines et al. 2012). Statistics from the 1970s show that sexual assault has been increasing (Wilcox, Jordan & Pritchard, 2006). Women are the main victims; however, their outcomes are mild while the outcomes of males who sexually assaulted are worst. There has been a controversy on gender differences, outcomes, causes of sexual assault, and the people responsible for sexual abuse (Hayes et al. 2013). The controversy continues on the critical topic because...
Assault and battery
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...Assault and battery in sports The intentional torts of assault and battery are widely spread in sports. According to Glover, W. and Glover Jr., W.H.(2009, p.50) “An assault is a willful attempt or willful threat to inflict injury upon another person…A battery is the actual intentional physical contact.”1However, there are types of sports which do actually require a certain degree of violence, like boxing or other fighting sports. Nevertheless, the other types of sports, like basketball, baseball or football do not focus on violence. Therefore, it often happens that unnecessary violent behavior in sports is subject to criminal law. However,...
Assault weapons gun ban
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...ASSAULT WEAPONS GUN BAN Assault Weapons are semi-automatic firearms which were generally used by civilians. The Federal Assault Weapon Ban was a law passed in the year 1994 during the Clinton era. This law was backed by Congress in order to prohibit “manufacturing, possession and sale of semi-automatic Assault Weapons” (Carter, n.p.). These firearms were designed for military use and have huge capacity that allowed the user to fire at least 150 rounds. The study focuses on the understanding of the issue of banning the Assault Weapon and realizing the scope of emotions involved in it. In this context the...
Rape and sexual assault
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...Assault and the Law Sex is always appealing and people indulge into sexual activities with their partners for pleasure. Healthy sexual activity includes sex between intimate partners preferably between married couples with the consent of both of them. However many people are unable to control themselves and forcefully indulge into indecent sexual activities that are not good for the physical and mental health of both the perpetrators and the victims. Sexual assault and rape are very common in the modern world. Every day news papers are filled with the stories of sexual assault or rape in almost all parts of the world. In this paper I would like to examine what is actually meant by sexual... Sexual...
Harry Mulisch's "The Assault"
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...Assault Introduction The Second World War impacted many lives throughout its and for years to come. Every living soul in Europe was impacted by the war in one form or the other. However the depth and the impact of the war on different people were different. The war became a part of life in all aspects – military, civil, academic, social, political as well as academic. A number of literati have expressed themselves over the war and its impacts but perhaps one of the best works so far in this context has been Harry Mulisch’s “The Assault”. The novel essentially explores the sides of human beings that one would not normally observe in normal circumstances. This applies equally... ?Harry Mulisch's "The...
Harry Mulisch's "The Assault"
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...Assault” Introduction The novel “The Assault” by Harry Mulisch is a masterful piece of creative work of this outstanding and famous writer. It is interesting not only to follow the realistic events described in the novel, but also to focus on the main characters of the book, who are acting as “agents” of their own lives. The writing manner of the author is worth-discussing and worth-studying. The main characters’ decisiveness, strength, emotional stability and purity of mind inspire readers due to author’s outstanding writing manner. The character of Anton Steenwijk's and episodes of his life are described by Mulisch. Further on, we will discuss this character and consider him... ? Harry Mulisch’s “The...
Assault on women
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...Assault on Women Introduction For so long now, women around the world have been ed to various forms of violence. It is unfortunate that in some communities, even today, women and girls are still seen as "possessions" of men and thus are to be used as they please. It is this notion that is still an issue in some countries, especially developing countries that have made it almost impossible to eliminate the many forms of violence against women. The assault against women can be viewed in several dimensions that are prevalent in different societies. Attempts to cure this problem by women empowerment agencies and by government initiatives in most cases prove...
Criminal Law: assault charge
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...assault and robbery because robbery is a crime which is considered as being "the crime of seizing property through violence or intimidation." (Wikipedia, 2006). However, he was also charged with an assault charge on top of the robbery charge, and this is in reference to the fact that he punched the shopkeeper during the incident. Therefore, he has been charged with two crimes, and in my opinion he has been charged correctly because he committed a robbery and assaulted the shopkeeper; he did not assault with the intent to rob but the other way around. In regards to the matter of whether or not it was correct that Harry was charged with part complicity in assault... Law Law George is charged with assault ...
Sexual Assault in Prison
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...assault in prisons Prison violence is not a new term in human rights organizations. Prison violence refers to any form of abuse towards another prisoner by a fellow prisoner or a prison guard. Over the years, safety measures in prison have been depleting which has made it easier to prey on weak prisoners. The act is mostly a combination of security agents staffing the prison and some few prisoners. Additionally, prison violence may be also a weapon by powerful individuals to eliminate specific individuals. Prison violence includes rape, gang fights, duty manipulation and death as a resultant. The paper will be a focus on rape as a form of prison violence. Rape... Critical thinking assignment #2 Sexual...
Rape and Sexual Assault
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...assault is closely attached. The Rape Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), which is the largest anti-sexual violence organization in the United States, reports that every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted in the United States. The victims are under the age of 18 44% of the time and under the age of 30 80% of the time. There are 207,754 victims of sexual assault each year (RAINN, 2013). The United States Department... ? Rape in the United s Legal System Rape in the United s Legal System Introduction Rape is a complex crime that involves deep emotional issues that are sometimes difficult for the legal system to navigate in order to get satisfactory outcomes. Both the victim and the offender are ...
Assault Weapons in America Issue
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...Assault Type Rifles Capable of Firing in Semi-Automatic or Automatic Modes Abstract This paper seeks to unearth the definition of assault weapons by the American federal government and an exploration of prior and current legislations on assault weapons in the United States. It also seeks to explore on the reasons of the high prevalence of assault weapons in the United States, in addition to the reasons for the failure of legislations (Krouse & Library of Congress, 2013). The paper also explores into the impact of democratic governance, American government institutions, and other extra-constitutional... Politics and Administration Prohibition against Importation, Ownership, Transportation and Use of...
Education Assault on Indian Children
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...assault on Indian children 6 September Calloway described how colonial Americans assimilated the Indians through killing the Indian in them. Education was critical to the “process of detribalization” that sought to destroy Indian social, political, and economic structures, beliefs, and practices (Calloway, 2012, p.415). The whites specifically targeted Indian children through enforcing the boarding school system that detached them from their native culture and language; however, Indian graduates of these schools somehow managed to integrate two bodies of knowledge, the American and the Indian, thereby resisting an absolute Americanization of their Indianness. The educational assault... Education...
Nursing Forensics: Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
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...Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Introduction The time any news on rape ever occurred may hardly be known by anybody becauserape has been with us for as long as the world has existed. However, the first day of Sexual Assault Nurse Examination took place can be quoted because the practice started not very long ago. Plichta, Clements, and Houseman (2007) note that the need for getting a concerted approach towards the issues of rape and rape victims started in the 1970s. it was however in 1991 that the Journal of Emergency Nursing made publications of the first list of Sexual Assault Nurse Examination programs. The role of SANE has over the years moved ordinary examination... ?Nursing Forensics - Sexual...
Reactivating Federal Assault Weapon Ban
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...Assault Weapons Ban Introduction The recent killings in Norway by use of guns bought from America have again heightened debate on gun control laws. The “Federal Assault Weapons Act” that expired in 2004 played a very important role in regulating the use of guns and hence helped in deterring gun crimes. In the Norway case alone, 76 innocent people were brutally murdered by a single person who had easy and legal access of high capacity gun in U.S. the lack of gun control laws has made it easy for local and international procurement of guns. Despite the few merits of owning guns, it has become clear from the recent local and international attacks that federal assault weapons act... ?Reactivating Federal...
Assault in the city: treatment
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...Assault in the Treatment Affiliation: Assault in the Treatment Prison systems separate criminals from the general society and keep them for correctional purposes. There are different facilities for adults and children (juvenile). A juvenile is a criminal below 18 years and is separated from adults to avoid bad influence from adult offenders. Both correction systems are similar because they use incarceration as a method to punish offenders. Inmates in both systems are punished for their crimes, depending on the magnitude of the offence. In both systems, the offenders serve the maximum sentence given and no special treatment is given as pertains attending...
Homicide assault and family violence
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...Assault and Family Violence Introduction: Incidents of homicide, assaults and family violence are matters of significant concerns as such acts result in physical injuries and mental trauma for the victims, as well as causes severe impacts on the society, economy along with the family where the incidents occur. Children who experience such acts or are witnesses to such acts within their families are also severely impacted upon. The more concerning issues that are proved are (Domestic Violence Facts, n.d.): Domestic violence is experienced by almost one in every four women in their lifetimes Around 1.3 million women are estimated to be victims of physical injuries and assaults generally... Homicide Assault ...
Assault: Theory and Florida State Statute
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...Assault: Theory and Florida Statute of the of the Concerned June 16, Assault is a crime that comes within the ambit of Criminal Law. Simply speaking, it is a crime of violence perpetrated by one person on other. The statutes of varied states tend to differ regarding the legal meaning of assault. Quintessentially, in a limiting legal perspective, assault is such an act on the part of an individual, which is apprehended by other person as being indicative of near-at-hand and personal violence. This paper intends to discuss the concept of assault in a broad legal sense as well as in the context of the Florida...
A Victim of a Sexual Assault
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...Assault A Victim of a Sexual Assault Sexual assault is defined as an assault that is sexual in nature, committed on a person without his or her consent. Under most common laws, sexual assault is defined as any form of sexual intercourse or sexual contact with a man, woman or child, without their consent. A person who commits sexual assault is called a sexual offender. When one is sexually assaulted, he or she should immediately report the matter to the police. This essay will advise a victim of sexual assault whether she can sue the offender; and if so, what she can sue the offender for. The essay will also advise the victim whether she can make the offender go to jail... for...
Research Paper - Sexual Assault - Part One
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...Assault Running Head: Sexual Assault SEXUAL ASSAULT: PART I Sexual Assault 2 Abstract This paper tackles the crime of sexual assault, its definition; an overview of what it is all about; the available direct statistics concerning the subject matter; the effects of sexual assault on the victim; where sexual assaults are commonly committed; the legal and civil remedies... Sexual Assault...
Assault, Battery, and Crimes against Persons
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...Assault, Battery, and Crimes against Persons The definition of assault is a threat of bodily harm to a victim that reasonably causes fear to them while battery refers to the actual physical impact on another person. In assault, the victim need not be touched but only threatened, while in battery the victim must be touched in a harmful, violent, or offensive way by the person committing the crime. According to common law, assault and battery can be a misdemeanor or a felony and the charge of an assault and battery case is decided by the severity of harm caused. The most essential elements of an...
Organizational Well-being on sexual assault
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...assault Sexual abuse and sexual assault now days represented as a myth by most of the people is notactually a myth if we watch closely over the situation all over the nation we will know that it is not a myth but a bitter reality. Sexual assault has touched the lives of 40 to 60 percent of female students present at different colleges and universities present nationwide. The campus administration must be notified of the sensitivity of situation nationwide and critical situation they are having in their campuses regarding the issue under discussion. There is bill passed by congress in federal government regarding this issue, passing the laws containing guidelines... Organizational well-being on Sexual...
Al Gores The Assault on Reason
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...Assault on Reason A. The Politics of Fear. Chapter One lays the foundation for the book and tells of the dangers involved with using fear as a tool for reelection. Gore contends that reason and logic can be suspended when confronted with danger. This is not a new situation, and history has several examples of a country in fear. Yet, fear needs to be managed and not manipulated. In the world of technology, the media can be over-emotional and bring about knee-jerk reactions to imaginary levels of threats. B. Fear is the antitheses of reason. 1. Success is measured by how we manage fear. 2. History has shown hoe we cope with fear. a. Examples are Susan B. Anthony, Neil Armstrong... Al Gore: The...
The novel "Assault" by Harry Mullisch
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...Assault” by Harry Mulisch Harry Mulisch’s great novel, “The assault” is a fictional thriller that happens during the European times. Mulisch is a brilliant author and Assault is a war related, historical and philosophical book that weaves around the history of European times of 1945 and 1982. It tells the after effects and consequences of war on a young boy. The story at the same time tells of a man who gets to know the truth and the events that led to the execution of his family. It’s deeply touching and has profound and burrows into the human soul. One evening in Harlem, “in the silence that was Holland then, six shots were hard.” Fake Ploeg, “Chief Inspector of Police, the greatest... The novel...
The Assault on Reason by Al Gore
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...Assault on Reason and Five Faces of Oppression Introduction Iris Marion Young, the late had detailed a framework of oppression that provides a list of five facets of state power and power of the elite that keeps specific communities and classes of workers alienated and unable to benefit from the creation of wealth that is made an exclusive preserve of the wealthy and influential. The five faces of oppression, according to Professor Young are: Exploitation, Marginalization, Powerlessness, Cultural Dominance and Violence. Prof. Young argues persuasively that these themes of oppression are implemented with methods of control by the state and the elite. Extrapolating this to...
Rape and sexual assault in deployed military
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...Assault in the US Military The US military lays great stress on traits, like self – less service, courage, honor, discipline and strength. Unfortunately, these characteristics render the crime of sexual assault all the more complex to deal with. A service woman who complains about having been sexually assaulted by her male colleagues or superiors is prima facie deemed to have failed to support these values. This is paradoxical, because the victim is viewed as having failed the honor system, whereas no such opprobrium devolves upon the offender. The rape of female service personnel, in the US armed forces, seems to be well entrenched. However, some senators have taken a bleak view... Rape and Sexual...
Assault, Battery, and Crimes against Persons
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...Assault, Battery, and Crimes against Persons The crimes of battery and assault are quite different in their approach but they are often charged concurrently. The concept of assault and battery varies across jurisdictions; some do consider assault as any form of threat to bodily harm such that the victim is inflicted with fear that they may be harmed. On the other hand, battery refers to the infliction of bodily harm to the victim such that they are left with pain. In many state jurisdictions, assault and battery are charged as one offense. When executing battery, there is usually the use of violence that...
Feminist Concern over Military Sex Assault
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...Assault In the United s, military sexual assault has been a bone of contention among the feminists and political thinkers over the past few decades due to the alarming rate of increase in sex crimes. Undoubtedly, sexual assault has become a potential issue, especially in military settings, mounting social tension in the American society to a great extent. Among the reported crimes, major part involves crime forcefully perpetrated on unwilling and helpless victims. Military rape or other sorts of sexual assault challenge the dignity of the military profession as a whole as the issue has become increasingly common among sex crimes reported in the US. Traditionally... ? Feminist Concern over Military Sex...
VICTIMOLOGY: Rape and Sexual Assault : RAPE CULTURE
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...Assault RAPE CULTURE One would make no mistake arguing that it is absolutely possible to change cultural values as well as myth around sexual violence. After the Sexual revolution, the society is much more opened for a discussion of different problems that deal with sexual behavior which provides an effective basis for finding a suitable solution. It would take a combined effort of the social environment to get rid of this kind of negative phenomenon. In addition to that, it is clear that boys and men may responsible for reducing the number of rapes if they stand up to the commonly accepted sexist or discriminatory remarks that that are made by their peers and say... VICTIMOLOGY: Rape and Sexual Assault...
Sexual Assault of Children and Youth and Other Sexual Offenses
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...Assault of Children and Youth and Other Sexual Offenses Many people assume that sexual assault and rape are one and the same, where rape is used as common term and sexual assault in a more formal term. Sexual assault is forcible intercourse or sexual touching by means of physical force, intimidation, coercion, and threat. Oral sex, flashing, voyeurism, forced sexual touching, vaginal or anal penetration, and fondling, all comprise of behavior that comes under sexual assault. Sexual assault is considered an act of violence where one shows power and control. People ho commit sexual assault use sex as a weapon to humiliate or disgrace the other person. Sexual... Sana Osman English 26 April 2009 Sexual...
The Banishment of Civilian Ownership of Assault Rifles
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...assault rifles has to be outlawed. This is because of the fact that many of the occurrences where assault rifles have previously been used have not been in self-defense (Grier, 2012). In fact, the assault rifle has often ended up being used in criminal activities ranging from gang violence to murder. The assault rifle is a weapon that does not rightfully belong in civilian hands. These are weapons that have been built for one reason only, and that is for the purpose of aggressive action. The assault rifles tend to be used in wars and they are said to be responsible for the deaths... While it is the constitutional right of all Americans to own a gun for the purposes of self-protection, the ownership of...
Apology letter for an assault happened two years ago .
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...assault on you that day at Tim Horton’s coffee shop. Still, I want to convey a shadow of the intense remorseful feelings that are nurturing in my heart. I hope that you will grant this apology letter some of the precious minutes of your time. I am really very sorry for what happened that day. I have been nurturing these feelings of grief, guilt... Apology Letter Jun Mo Park Larysa Sydrorczak Dear Larysa, I know that the harm I have afflicted you with is unforgivable, as I have insulted you, which is a violation of your right of respect as a human being. I totally believe that your anger is valid, and I do not think that you will ever be able to forget those hurtful moments when I attempted that assault...
Assault Rifles Should Be Banned In Washington State
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...Assault Rifles Should Be Banned In Washington Introduction For quite some time there has been a heavy debate on whether assault rifles and other fire arms should be banned from being sold to and owned by citizens of the state of Washington. Previously the debate only surrounded banning firearms in general, but now the debate has become much focused on the banning of assault rifles. This is mainly because those who were against the banning of firearms have been able to win the debate. But recent incidences have increased the concern related to assault rifles. Both sale and ownership of assault rifles such as Ak-47 should be banned because these rifles are most commonly used... Speech Presentation Assault ...
Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Prevention Program (SARV)
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...Assault The discussion presented a comprehensive of the difference between rape and sexual assault. However in most cases many people fail to recognize the differences between these two incidences. This could have contributed for conviction of the suspects in a wrongful manner in that: People who commit sexual assault may be convicted for rape, and vice versa, while the punishment of these two criminal incidences may be different from one country to another. It is a fact that the current society is experiencing challenges ascribed to the effects of rape and sexual assault. Despite the fact that many stakeholders have taken initiatives directed towards reduction... Differences between Rape and Sexual...
The Evolution of Rape to Sexual Assault Legislation
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...Assault Legislation and its impact on sentencing The Evolution of Rape to sexual Assault Legislation and its impact on sentencing Introduction Rape is indisputably an offense like no other, a violation not only of the self but of the body as well. Until the year 1983, when rape was codified as an offense within the criminal code, rape was still a mere common law offense in Canada1. Put together, rape laws prior to 1983 incorporated deep-rooted sexism, with a deliberate mistrust of women and statistics strongly indicating absolute incapacity of the Canadian Criminal law system as contributing to this. Rape victims’ words alone were not sufficient to convict assailants... The Evolution of Rape to sexual...
Effectuating Social Change for Rape and Sexual Assault
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...Assault Sexual crimes have been on the rise, with each passingday, there are media reports of a crime that has been perpetuated involving sexual assault or rape, ranging from cases where both parties are willing to those instances, where the crimes were coerced on the victim. Some confessions by serial sexual offenders and assailants have shown the seriousness of sexual assaults as some of the renowned sexual offenders in America such as Bundy and the Menendez brothers narrated their experiences in sexually assaulting their victims before murdering them (Holmes & Holmes, 2009). Rapes, especially date rapes are a common phenomenon in the United States... ? Effectuating Social Change for Rape and Sexual...
Should U.S. assault weapons be banned once again?
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...Assault Weapons Ban Introduction The recent killings in Norway by use of guns bought from America have again heightened debate on gun control laws. The “Federal Assault Weapons Act” that expired in 2004 played a very important role in regulating the use of guns and hence helped in deterring gun crimes. In the Norway case alone, 76 innocent people were brutally murdered by a single person who had easy and legal access of high capacity gun in U.S. the lack of gun control laws has made it easy for local and international procurement of guns. Despite the few merits of owning guns, it has become clear from the recent local and international attacks that federal assault weapons act... Reactivating Federal...
Sexual Assault class project "Education/Training and Treatment/Rehabilitation"
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...ASSAULT PROJECT LUKAVITCH By Roni Sherman April 26th, We live in an age when news and information are just a click away from us, whether it’s the entertainment industry, politics or crime. Sexual assault is just one such crime that societies should be more aware of and formulate strategies for fighting it. To fight the harsh fact that every society faces, a program is discussed, based on an understanding of such cases. Purpose: The purpose of the program is to draw attention to needs of people faced with sexual assault trauma, to raise awareness about it and how it is to be dealt with. Also, it is to provide the necessary aid to such individuals and their families to come out... ? CRJ 152 SEXUAL ASSAULT...
The Banishment of Civilian Ownership of Assault Rifles.
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...Assault Rifles of the of the The Banishment of Civilian Ownership of Assault Rifles Introduction The recent killings of a number of people in a shooting spree in Newtown of the United States of America compel the policy makers to revisit existing issuance of gun license policy. This is not an easy task in terms of the solution to the said problems that exist for many years in the American Society. The epidemic of using guns at a sweet will of a gun holder to settle the score or make some adventure is not a good omen for a self acclaimed civilized society. To address this broader menace, American Administration has to chalk out a comprehensive plan... with the violators. Remedial Measures It...
Social Change in Rape and Sexual Assault in Deployed Military
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...Assault in Deployed Military Introduction Rape and sexual assault has long been a growing dilemma that increases in rate within the US Deployed Military groups who are sent towards the different countries where there are certain issues of national security and civil threat to the people of the said nations. Military servants are sent there for the sake of aiding the nation towards recovering from the said situations. Yes, standing as epitomes of hope, the soldiers and other military men needed to find ways to assure that they remain strong for the others who rely on them. However, beyond the capabilities of remaining strong, women military staff needed to handle... Social Change in Rape and Sexual...
Common Law Rape and Modern Statutes Describing Sexual Assault
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...Assault Common law and modern statutes that describe sexual assaults are different in so many ways. Common law on rape is the traditional statute that guides the crime of rape and describes the sexual assault that is qualified to be called rape. While modern statutes are more like an amendment on the common law on rape as the modern statutes include some cases that common law stipulates that are not qualified to be called rape cases. The differences that exist between the common law on rape and the modern statutes describing sexual assault shall be established in this paper. According to common law, rape is a crime and the...
The safety and efficacy of chronic Assault supplementation.
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...ASSAULT SUPPLEMENTATION A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE GRADUATE FACULTY in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of MASTERS OF SPORTS SCIENCE By GEFF PURDY Daphne, AL 2012 AN INVESTIGATION TO DETERMINE THE SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF CHRONIC ASSAULT SUPPLEMENTATION A THESIS APPROVED FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS FITNESS & HEALTH BY _________________________ Dr. Jordan Moon, Chair Dr. Enrico Esposito ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to show my sincerest appreciation for all your guidance and support. Thesis Committee Chair and Advisor: Dr. Jordan Moon Thesis Committee Member: Dr. Enrico Esposito Human... and popular for both professional and recreational weight lifters. These supplements are...
Do a ban on assault rifles infringe on the second amendment
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...Assault Rifles Infringe on the Second Amendment? Outline Thesis ment: While the claim that banning assault rifles is considered an infringement to the second amendment, reasons to possess it are no doubt unsubstantiated. I. Introduction II. Why there should be a Ban on Rifles and other Guns III. How does the Ban of Rifles affect the Second Amendment IV. The Goal of the Ban V. Conclusion VI. Works Cited Introduction The debate on gun control in United States has now reached its maximum point. So many people have died and children have not been spared either. Most of the victims may be lucky to be taken to the hospital, but in most cases, they die immediately. Now that the occurrence... Does a ban on...
How to get victims of rape and sexual assault to report their attack
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...assault and people who commit such crimes against them. It is difficult to make out the optimal remedy for getting the victims report on the cases of assault. However, all methods would be good for the sake of the final result, i.e. punishment of the criminal. In this case each individual would feel himself/herself in safety. Thus, to make a victim feel free to report on the case of rape is to provide a victim with the feeling of care, support, and security at each stage... The paper under analysis is a creative though academically supported look at the measure or instruments of influence on the victims of rape in making them report against the rapist. It is a mere research on the problem of...
Why the Second Amendment Should Not Give Citizens the Right to Own Assault Weaponry? Persuasive essay.
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...Assault Weaponry The Second amendment should not give private citizens the right to own guns as this right has been continuously abused by individuals and criminals alike. The United States of America’s constitution in regard to the second amendment states in part that a militia that is regulated for the reason of upholding the security of a state, the right of the citizens of that state to bear firearms shall not be regulated. The second amendment therefore brings about a huge debate regarding the intended objective of this amendment. Some Americans and scholars alike are of the belief that this amendment brought forth... ). Though self-defense is a basic right, this right has been abused on...
The evolution of rape to sexual assault legislation and its impact on sentencing
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...Assault Laws and its Impact on Sentencing By + Initially, there was a common notion that rape was genetically motivated. This school of reasoning stated that by nature men could not control their sexual urges and as such should not be victimized for engaging in rape. However, it has been established that this theory does not carry substantial paradigms and every individual is responsible for their own actions. Laws ascribed to rape and sexual assaults have evolved greatly over the recent years. Initially, rape was not considered as a crime against people but was considered a crime that was against property. This is because; married women were considered... to be the property of their husbands...
The most common types of assault and battery a nurse can be criminally charged with.
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...Assault and Battery in Nursing Introduction This present paper is a nursing research paper; it aims at studying the most common types of assaults, and battery that can lead to the filling of a lawsuit against a nurse at the court of law for professional misconduct or violation of the nursing code of conduct. There are three sub-sections within the essay; the first section will highlight on the research topic and reasons why the researcher opted for it. The second sub-section states why this research topic is important to the researcher and the nursing profession. In the last section, the researcher will spell out the research findings or results from the secondary research, carried about... Types of...
A mini essay regarding sexuality, and sexualized violence and sexual assault.
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...assault in their lifetime (RAINN, 2010). Use of drugs mainly alcohol is the leading cause of sexual assaults in the country. In nearly 50 percent of reported sexual assaults, both the perpetrator and the victim are reported to have been drunk during the incident. Most of reported sexual assaults in the United States involve acquainted people because it mainly happens in the homes of the victims and the perpetrators (RAINN, 2010). Although the influence of media has been attributed to increasing incidents of sexual violence in the United States, using alcohol plays the major role. According to RAINN (2010), the rate of sexual... In the modern society, rape is one of the major crimes that elicit a...
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