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Teens and Guns
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...guns would only make sense to be: remove the allowance of (hand) guns. I know that I would feel much safer knowing that my neighbor was not legally allowed to carry a gun, rather than thinking they had one in their back... Teens and Guns: When discussing the topic of guns and youth, the matter is always one of opinion and controversy. The difference of opinions can be quite staggering. In regards to this, there are four primary problem areas in which law enforcement plays a critical role: juvenile gun violence; the combination of youth, guns, and drugs; the link between drugs and delinquency; and youth gangs. A recent trend analysis of juvenile homicide offenses shows that since the mid-1970s, the number ...
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My Neighbor Has Guns
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...Guns Ownership Effects The issue of guns has been dominating the United s debates for a long time. The focushas been mainly due to the people killed with guns, and others have nonfatal gun wounds. For example, in 1985, over 30,000 people were killed with guns (Kleck 1). Moreover, so many people sustained gunshot wounds on the same period. In fact, majority of deaths were due to suicides. On the other hand, some of the injuries caused were either accidentally or intentionally afflicted (Kleck 1). In addition, there occurred more than half million violent crimes involving...
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Persuassive Essay against gun control
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...Gun Control Based on recent data available to the public from the manufactures guns in the US, more than 300 million fire are in the hands of civilians alone with more than half being hand guns (Agresti & Smith, 2010). These statistics clearly indicate that guns have been widely used by the citizens for the benefit of the society for years. Banning or controlling guns is not an option for the advantages that comes with holding a gun out ways the disadvantages for it doesn’t address the real concern. Merely controlling gun use is itself ineffective and that has been seen in the States that tried to ban their citizens against using hand guns as was the case in Washington, D.C... Persuasive Essay against...
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Guns law
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...hand, there is no evidence that the other two people were aware that there was a controlled substance in the back seat as they were sitting in the front. Hopefully this was raised at trial during a motion for directed verdict or there was some sort of testimony demonstrating the lack of knowledge. If not, then the prosecution is entitled to their presumptive jury instruction and the second prong of the Section is also satisfied. The type of evidence that the District Attorney presented is known as testimonial evidence. Meaning, the only evidence offered (besides the alleged drugs and gun) was the oral statement of the officer... What type of evidence did the DA present to prove his case 2. Does any...
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Do fewer guns in the population mean fewer homicides
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...guns. As mentioned earlier, homicides are committed either using firearms or using other different weapons. Therefore, if a country regulates the number of guns in the population, this will eventually serve to reduce the cases of homicides, which are committed using guns. On the other hand, this will increase homicide committed using other weapons, apart from guns. What remains is that countries where there are more guns in the population might be safer and experience less violence due to different reasons. Similarly, countries with fewer guns in the population might also experience high rates... Guns and Homicides 20th, March Cases of homicide exist in various countries. However, the prevalence of these ...
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Persuasive research paper- concealed handgun laws
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...hand guns has been hotly debated by stake holders including researchers, theorists, government and the public. Certain stakeholders are in the favor of allowing people to carry concealed weapons and others are against it. Concealed hand guns should be allowed to be used but strict regulations should follow. Concealed handguns should be allowed to be used because these hand guns keep the public safe from terrorists and criminals, these weapons can decrease crime rate, property of the public remains safe, and lives of innocent people can be saved. Pro Majority of the criminals are less daring to target individuals who are highly trained and fully... For several years the topic of use of concealed hand...
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Gun Violence
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...Gun violence has become very common these days and it is very important to get hard on gun crimes otherwise thesituation will soon get out of hands. It is very important to get tough on gun violence because gun crime has increased at a significant rate in the recent past. People are using guns against each other in the US, hand guns can be found commonly and this is really a bad sign. It is also reported that most murders that take place in the US are carried out with the help of a firearm and in most cases it is a hand gun. “In 2005, 11,346 persons were killed by firearm violence and 477,040 persons were victims of a crime committed with a firearm. Most murders in the United... Client’s March Gun...
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Critical thinking why guns wont make us safer
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...guns won’t make us safer Introduction The more guns out there, the greater the risk for the public in terms of increased crimes and homicide. Citizens buy guns as a way of protecting themselves; however, this guns to some extent, may not be used for the intended purpose. This is evident in recent years how guns in the hands of the public has turned the United State into unsafe place for children going to school or shops that are attacked on a daily basis by gangs owning guns. Many people believe that possessing guns will make them safe; however, statistics reveals a different opinion. While there are suggestions from the public that guns enable citizens to protect themselves... , this is not...
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Guns law in the united states
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...Gun laws in the United s Second Amendment and implications on gun laws The Second Amendment of the constitution of theUnited States says, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a Free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The intended scope of this amendment has elicited contention. Those subscribed to the individual right theory argue that the phrase, “…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms…,” allows citizens a constitutional right to possess and carry arms. On the other hand, those that profess the collective rights theory use the phrase, “…a well regulated Militia…,” to argue that the amendment meant that it is states...
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Gun control
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...Gun control: Introduction: The invention of gun powder at first and later the invention of gun gave way for many radical changes. The possession of gun was considered to be a dignity for the whites. The advent of newer and newer guns paved way for the huge destructions in the world. At first it was with the hands of the army and later the spread of guns to the civilians made it aggressive. In America, the private ownership of the guns has led for domestic violence and crime. If an analysis on the present conditions of the gun use is...
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Gun control
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...Gun control: Introduction: The invention of gun powder at first and later the invention of gun gave way for many radical changes. The possession of gun was considered to be a dignity for the whites. The advent of newer and newer guns paved way for the huge destructions in the world. At first it was with the hands of the army and later the spread of guns to the civilians made it aggressive. In America, the private ownership of the guns has led for domestic violence and crime. If an analysis on the present conditions of the gun use is...
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Should Students Can Bring Guns to Campus
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...gun to schools since schools are institutions intended for education; not for violence. On the other hand, critics of gun control argue that government and public agencies failed miserably to ensure protection and security to the life and properties of people. Therefore students should be allowed to carry guns to school to protect themselves. This paper analyses this problem from different angles and provides some solutions. Problem The second amendments in United States’ constitution protect the right of individuals to bear arms. Self-defense is accepted as a human right in America. However, the wisdom of allowing...
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Should young people carry guns
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...hand the lethal consequence of gun possession. Two high school seniors detonated home-made explosives at the high school. The two gunmen went on an all-out assault that resulted in the death of twelve students and one teacher. About 23 students were injured during the rampage. The school also incurred losses that amounted to $50 million (DeLisi 19).The Columbine massacre made the Nation sensitive to the issue of violence in schools. The threat of violence created the need to protect children in the very institutions that they go for learning. Possession of guns in school promotes violence. Guns are identified as true weapons in the state statutes (Hanks 21).Guns can... Module A Call for Action...
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Homicides are most often committed with guns
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...hand, long guns are owned for recreational purposes by most of their owners. They are seldom used in crimes. Handgun ownership has increased rapidly, and this has brought about an increase in crime rate. The increase in such ownership was found to be less among the public, who were nonviolent and non-criminals. Moreover, criminals and violent people were unreported and unrepresented in surveys conducted to assess the position. This makes it very difficult to ascertain the exact rate of gun ownership in households. That is why accurate figures could not be elicited and the relevant data remained the constant, despite the high level of privately... Homicides and Handguns in the United s Handguns are the...
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Gun Control
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...gun control among the Americans in relation to the rights of the individual to own a gun. 2. Gun Control Winkler (16) mentions that, the rights to own a gun became integral in the American population when the white settlers required protection to guard self from attacks from unknown armies, animals and Native Americans. The justification was that Americans has a responsibility to protect themselves. Moreover, guns were used for hunting which is a sport culture in the country. Firearms are categorized into handguns, long guns and automated guns. Handguns include pistols and...
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Essay on Guns, Germs, and Steel
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...guns and steel could be used in manipulating an already existing empire. I would like to begin by saying that Francisco successfully used guns to win the battle against his opponents. Although the emperor of Inca had a lot of soldiers in his base at Cajamarca, Peru, he was still defeated by his Spanish invaders who only had a handful of soldiers. To, the Spanish... Lecturer Guns, Germs, and Steel Chapter 3: the Collision at Cajamarca Guns, Germs, and Steel is a multidisciplinary fiction written by Jared Diamond and published by WW Norton in 1997. It gives a historical analysis on how environmental factors contributed to the development, spread and the dominance of the Eurasian civilization up to the...
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Gun Control Unit 2 Part 1
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...Gun Control (Criminal Justice: Ban on Hand guns, NRA, Constitutional Rights) The article Former Chief Justice Supports Chaffee’s Gun Control Legislation was written by Mulligan 1992 in a bid to garner support among legal specialists towards the appreciation of a gun control legislation. In 1992 Senator John Chaffee got unprecedented support when retired Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren E. Burger echoed his proposing statement on 27th of June 1992. The support was on a bill that would outlaw possession of handguns by the public in the U.S.A. burger particularly differed with the National Rifle Association...
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Guns,germs and steel by justin diamond
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...hand, the ultimate explanation for example why bronze tools appeared early in certain part of Eurasia, late and locally in the contemporary world, and never in Aboriginal Australia remain unaccounted for, third paragraph(24). The present lack of ultimate answers leaves a gap that remains unresolved. From this gap, I can deduce that different countries have performed differently in their struggles towards technological development and none is superior to the other in terms of race or color. Work cited Diamond, J (1997).Guns, Germs and Steel; The Fate of Human Societies. New York: Norton and Company.... Guns, Germs and Steel by Jared Diamonds In his book, Jared...
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Take Away Their Guns by James Q. Wilson
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...Guns by James Wilson James Wilson’s article d, Just Take Away Their Guns may be confusing to some readers. After reading the entire essay, I fully understood the title of the essay better, and came up with the conclusion that the title should be “take away the guns of the illegal ones”. However, a critical analysis of the essay reveals that the title of the article makes perfect sense. To begin, the first three paragraphs focus on laws, regulations and statistical facts about owning a gun. Having these bits of information at the onset of the essay enables the message being passed across to be directly understood by the readers. Wilson has managed to leave an empty spot by having... Just Take Away Their...
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Gun control
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...gun traffic laws should be toughened. A ban should be imposed on the sale and production of magazines with more than 10 rounds. The expanded background checks should include criminal checks to prevent an instance of criminals getting access to guns. The loophole should be closed that exempts gun buyers from any form of screening. Legislations should be passed to ban transfer or possession of armor bullets and cracking down on individuals. These people after passing the screening test hand over the guns to criminals and people forbidden from buying the guns. Top of these recommendations is the background checks issue. It is important for an individual background to be thoroughly scrutinized... ? Gun...
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An Analysis of the Significance of Guns as a Technology
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...guns, the use of solid propellants to increase the range, gun-sights for improved accuracy and a host of innovations such as vastly improved gun smithery (Misa, Brey & Feenberg 249). It is a continuous process with the use of electronics in gun technology to prevent unauthorized use; biometric technology using a personal characteristic of the user, such as a fingerprint, his voice, palm print or hand shape that will lock the trigger mechanism (Carter 538). Natural Forces – to a certain extent, the fear of people against intruders may be a big contributing factor in the proliferation of guns today. The U.S. Constitution specifically gave citizens “the right to keep and bear arms... Full The Significance...
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Gun should be ban
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...guns. According to the studies the main reason behind most of the casualties in the world is hand guns. The guns should better be banned because they put everyone’s life at risk and most of the guns in the homes are the reasons of unnecessary shooting and nothing else. In one of the study of the shootings, it was revealed that in almost two third cases the shooter got the gun from someone close, a relative or a friend. Keeping a gun is not protecting people but on the other hand it is the reason behind the increasing homicides. Gun Ban – Yes or No? The major aspects of this debate are the sociological, legal and ethical... Number] Guns Should Be Ban Introduction Possessing firearm has long been a...
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Gun control
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...hand guns are the most common firearms that are used in criminal activities especially homicides committed each year. This research shows that gun violent is a reality within the society and many people use them to intimidate victims. It is also clear that most hand guns are involved in criminal activities like assault, in various threats that are done without injury, and in many cases of rape or robbery (Zimring 723). Gun ownership is another apparent issue in the United States with findings showing that more than 200 million firearms were in private ownership in the 1990s. Through the years guns among private ownership have increased especially due to creation of new households and more... Gun...
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Analysis paper
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...guns in private ownership who own hand guns and who use these guns in serious crimes. He further explains that most of the handguns used in serious crimes are purchased privately from local pawn shops and gun shops which would not be affected from the gun laws (James, 126). While this happens Wilson argues that majority of the guns that would be subject to these laws would compromise the ability of victims of the climes to defend themselves since the guns are often used in self defense purposes. James (126) states that this would be centrally to the objectives of the gun laws of disarming citizens who own guns illegally and are more likely... Tough Gun Policy Analysis The legal restrain on the lawful...
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Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fate of Human Societies
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...Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies” based on the fact that the gap between the implementation of the power and technology evolved from the differences in environment. These environmental factors according to the author are again intensified by myriad loops that seem positive in nature. On the one hand, many cultural and genetic differences that were in favor of the Eurasian civilizations have been asserted in the book. Similarly, on the other hand, the factors which enabled the superiority of Eurasian civilizations have been argued meticulously by the author as the outcome of geographical influences on these societies and cultures... ?Guns, Germs, and Steel:...
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Machine guns
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...guns are described as automatic fire arms that fire rounds in succession at a rate of hundred rounds per minute. Machine guns are different from automatic rifles. One of the main differences is that machine guns are belt fed and are generally heavier that automatic rifles. Most people classify them as automatic weapons. Machine guns can also be classified into light, medium or heavy machine guns. A light machine gun can be carried, but generally most machine guns are effective when fired from a tripod stand. US law describes a machine gun as “Any weapon which shoots ... automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single... Jose Alvarez EN208-2H 01 Public Speaking 01-Fall Machine...
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Gun control
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...GUN CONTROL “Gun control is an umbrella term covering everything from laws prohibiting the ownership of defined es of firearms to mandating theinclusion of gun locks with every firearm sold. These measures represent discrete legislative acts passed on different dates by different governing bodies”1. The very idea of gun reflects a sign of danger and a common man feels endangered whenever he confronts a gun. It has been witnessed that the Americans have been in possession of private guns more than any developed economies. At present more than one-third of the American households possess a...
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Guns control
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...guns from the hands of the citizens is unrealistic and too extreme. However, what the federal government and state administration needs to do is to draft and implement stricter laws and regulate the supply of guns, reduce access to guns and also handle the lethality of guns available to common citizens. The results would be reflected in higher national security, less gun violence and reduction in the deaths caused by guns. From 1993 to 2002, the number of deaths from guns reduced significantly as a result of the Brady laws. There was a mandatory requirement for a five-day wait for those seeking to purchase firearms. This period allowed for a background check on the individuals for any... Gun Control...
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Death Sentence Errors or Gun Control
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...gun control laws should not be implemented. Gun control laws should not be implemented because law abiding citizens use guns as a self defense against goons who use are armed, secondly, guns in the hands of law abiding citizens deters crime and criminals and gun control laws can only control guns... Gun Control Introduction The second Amendment of the constitution of the US s that all US citizens have a right to own and carry arms and ammunition and this right cannot be infringed upon (Uviller 21). There are different perception about this amendment of those who are against and even those who are in the favor of American citizens owning and carrying arms. Those in the favor are of the idea that all...
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Do a ban on assault rifles infringe on the second amendment
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...guns, whether rifles or hand guns present clear problems to the society and this outweighs the issue of human freedom or the black market. When the right to life is threatened, the right to freedom can no longer be said to be effective. A person who is threatened with the possibility of crossing paths with a mentally ill person with a gun is likely to lose his... Does a ban on 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...
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Gun contol ( i am for it)
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...Gun control Gun control is the act of government passing a bill that ensures the supply and use of gunsis within its limits. To ensure safety and security of the Americans, gun laws are set to regulate the supply of guns among citizens. In the United States, gun laws vary from one state to another. The regulations set locally have diversity depending on the state government. Guns are dangerous and hence there is a need to control the propensity of people having them. Taking an example of Massachusetts and New York, all gun owners are required as per the law to license all...
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Unit 5 Part 2
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...guns legally. Self defense and not mere constitutional right to possess a gun was the key argument in the judgment. Since the law in the District of Columbia stated that guns should be disassembled or trigger locked, it was argued that safety would be enhanced. It was hence the beginning of a platform to legalize the ownership of weapons due to the changing society and the importance of self defense and safety. The law favoring the possession of guns was expected to be with criticism and this hindrance started soon. Senator John Chaffee got a major boost to introduce a bill that would ban possession of hand guns when retired Supreme Court Chief Justice Warren Burger... Gun Control Gun Control has been ed ...
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Gun Control Unit 2 Part 2
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...Gun Control Debate in the public domain with regard to gun control can amicably be resolved through legal goodwill paving way for the relevant legislation. In the United States, gun control issues have been a center of interest and debate by the stakeholders torn in between gun ownership legalization or completely banning guns. Several years of debate seemed futile in many instances but with political will, it is likely to end in a reliable solution. Senator John Chaffee got a major boost to introduce a bill that would ban possession of hand guns when retired Supreme Court...
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Gangs in Canada
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...guns in the United States is overwhelmingly different. In the US, there is a proportionately higher murder rate related to guns, and a higher crime rate associated with guns overall. For instance, there is a six times greater chance of being a victim of a gun crime in the US against Canada, 28 percent of Americans have a hand-gun as opposed to 4 % of Canadians, and finally, 60 percent of homicides in the US are caused by firearms... ? A common methodological problem in social research, is mistaking 'correlation' versus 'cause'. For example, when a rock rolls downward rather than upward from the starting point of a hill, we would posit gravity as a 'cause' of this phenomenon. However, the fact that the...
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Possession of a Gun in the United States
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...gun permits. (Bureau of Justice Statistics, March 2008) License procedure and keeping track of ownership The procedures for licensing differ from state to state. 9 states have "may issue" laws that unlike the "shall issue" laws can deny applications. There are also "never issue" laws such as in Hawaii where the issuance of permits is seized completely by the officials. Two states, Vermont and Alaska actually permit a non-felon aged 16 or 21 respectively access to hand guns without even a permit. Some states conduct training classes for the applicants, prior to issuing permits... Why should it be legal to poSeSs a gun in the United s Introduction This paper takes you through the requirements and...
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Concealed carry Laws in Illinois vs other states like texas
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...hand gun are Illinois, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia. Even though some relaxations are made in Wisconsin and in the District of Columbia, Illinois stands stubborn in the decision of not permitting the concealed carry. To quote governor of Illinois Pat Quinn’s words: “If you're going to the grocery store, you bump into somebody... ?Concealed Carry Laws in Illinois v/s other s like Texas Introduction: Among the s of America Illinois stands fifth in its population. The majority of the residents in the state are centered round Chicago and its premises. The capital city, Springfield is also highly populated. The state differs from many other American states with regard to the carry of concealed arms. ...
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Smart Guns, only a disruptive element or a way , alongside international arms trade treaties, to handle illicit small arms and light weapons (SALW) trafficking in West Africa
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...guns not only land in the rightful hands but are also operated by the licensed individuals. Besides, they also come with technological advancements that make it possible for the relevant authorities to realize instances when the guns are being helped by the wrong people. In this way, most of the catastrophic situations that were initially associated with irresponsible gun handling have been significantly reduced leading to an increase in safety of most citizens and the reduction of the related deaths and injuries. Table of Contents Table of Contents 3 Introduction 4 Problem background 4 Problem statement 5 Significance of study... Smart Guns are not disruptive elements but play a significant role in...
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Why the Second Amendment Should Not Give Citizens the Right to Own Assault Weaponry Persuasive essay
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...hand gun ban of Chicago that prohibited private individuals from bearing firearms was against the spirit of the constitution (Whitney 22). According the ruling of the Supreme Court in the year 2008 and 2010, the aim of the second amendment was to enable private individuals bear arms. This is emboldened in the bill of rights that gives individuals the right to enjoy their rights according to the US constitution. An argument therefore emerges as to why the second amendment should not give citizens the right to own firearms (Whitney 79... ? Why the Second Amendment Should Not Give Citizens the Right to Own Assault Weaponry The Second amendment should not give private citizens the right to own guns as this...
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Gun Control
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...gun crimes and how the same can be controlled. The role of the speaker will be to comprehensively throw light upon some very starling statistics relating to gun crime. Attention Grabbing Device “Roughly 16,272 murders were committed in the United States during 2008. Of these, about 10,886 or 67% were committed with firearms.” (Gun Control) Gun violence has become very common these days and it is very important to get hard on gun crimes otherwise the situation will soon get out of hands. Thesis It is very important to get tough on gun violence because gun crime has increased at a significant rate in the recent past. People are using... Client’s 29 March The purpose of this speech is to shed light upon...
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Gangs In America
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...hand guns. Today, America has over 300 million guns, twice as many as in 1980. Many of those guns are on the hands of over 200,000 gang members. In California and other urban areas, the issue has become so extensive that several high schools in America are forced to install metal detectors in schools (Howell 2). Today, complicated gang movements have members crossing government lines recruiting members and establishing syndicates in various states in America. Most of the gangs... GANGS IN AMERICA Across the United s, crime levels have progressively fallen in the past decade. However, several policy makers claim that crimes committed by gangs remain destructive and threatening to many communities....
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Gun Control
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...Gun Control Gun crime is at its peak and the easy availability of arms is perhaps the main reason for the same. It has become really easy to acquire weapons without a proper license and this is extremely worrisome, the rising crime rate is also closely related to this issue. This paper will shed more light upon the rising gun violence. “Roughly 16,272 murders were committed in the United States during 2008. Of these, about 10,886 or 67% were committed with firearms.” (Gun Control) Gun violence has become very common these days and it is very important to get hard on gun crimes otherwise the situation will soon get out of hands. It is very important to get tough... Client’s 16 November Topic: Gun...
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Guns and school violence
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...gun and school violence. This is because, while all children are prone to abuse and mistreatment at their early life, girls are even the most affected and vulnerable. However, when it turns to revenge and expressing the traumas that have been experienced through violence, the male gender becomes the most affected. It is at this point that the issue of accessibility and upbringing come into focus. First, while being brought up, boys are brought up with the mentality that they hold their destiny at their own hands, and thus it is incumbent upon them to protect their interests... Guns and school violence Guns and school violence has become a contentious issue in the modern day world. However, in the USA,...
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The Constitution and Guns
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...Guns In “The Constitution and Guns,” Michael Belksiks divulges into the background and creation of the Constitution and the Second Amendment. It was not until the Revolution that North America caught its first glimpse of a gun culture among white males. This was due to the thousands of muskets that had been brought to America from Europe to supply an army that was gradually becoming smaller. There were more guns than North Americas knew what to do with; they did not need to make weapons themselves, yet they could not entirely decide what to do about the guns that remained. This history of gun culture reveals that while Congress and governments were willing to force people... ?The Constitution and Guns In ...
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Employee involvement. Do employee involvement programs improve organizational performance Discuss with reference to a minimum of four empirical studies
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...hand guns and level of crime in the target populations. Thus, the critical research was the most appropriate as helps in solving of problems and breakdown defences that may restrict positivist and interpretive approaches. This approach views the human behaviour from the standpoint of the meanings and intentions as well as emphasizes on the peoples actions. The major assumption is that people and organizations have norms and strategies that dictate regular patterns in relation to behaviour and performance (Fikfak, Adam and Garz, 2004... Introduction Most of the European countries have policies that allow gun ownership on an individual basis. There are strict measures in relation to gto gun ownership in...
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Purchase of guns
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...guns. The main idea of the chapter revolves around different strategies and programs implemented by US government to control the unnecessary use and purchase of guns. Some of these programs include buyback programs, alterations on guns and cooling off periods. Buyback programs include the efforts carried out by the state officials to control the purchase of guns by asking civilians to bring in guns in exchange of money. However, the government has failed to fully control the purchase of gun in such states. In my opinion, people are willing to exchange their old guns with the amount they are being... It has become imperative for United s of America to impose a strict ban on the unnecessary purchase of...
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Gun Control
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...GUN CONTROL: To Regulate or Not to Regulate? Due INTRODUCTION One of the most controversial, heated, and debated issues of the modern world involve gun control. Guns can be incredibly dangerous, especially in the wrong hands. In reaction to that reality many average, every day people feel compelled to own guns in order to protect themselves from others misuse or abuse of such weapons. While fun ownership is legal there are many laws and serious penal consequences that are intended to deter inappropriate gun use and increasingly severe consequences for its misuse. However there are many...
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Gun Control
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...gun ownership citizens. There is no check and balance on the people who are purchasing weapons and the cause of this purchase. The mental health checks are almost zero and even the doctors are reluctant in asking out the patients about possessing firearms (Beattie, 2013). According to national surveys the people in the U.S are hesitant towards the ownership of slim magazines but the Australian citizens are fully supporting banned policies on using hand guns etc. the Australian newspaper also highlighted historic facts about the U.S of possessing guns and supporting the use of firearms as their activities from the past and part... ?Microsoft Gun Control Gun control is not considered as a single issue...
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Does your state have any exemptions to the NICS background check requirements
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...gun for hunting and target practice, however, prohibit its use for self defense. In Florida, no permit is required for the purchase of shot guns, hand guns or rifles (FBI, 2013). 4. Gun registration is not required in Florida for all firearms. Once an NICS background... ? Firearms Firearms Florida is one of the thirteen s which have agencies that perform firearm regulation on behalf ofthe National Instant Criminal Background Check System in a full Point of Contact. Full POC states such as Florida have signed an agreement to maintain and implement a Brady NICS program whereby a background assessment is carried out utilizing the NICS electronic database. In addition, upon purchasing a firearm, an ATF form...
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Gun Control
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...gun related violence among the criminals; mentally ill persons and children show a gradual growth in recent years. Therefore, there should be strong regulations on when and how these weapons are practiced. Analyzing the cause and effects of increasing gun related violence, one can find the fact that gun ownership has become widespread and easier in the United States in recent years. Nowadays gun related deaths and injuries among the public became a serious trouble in the United States. Existing mandatory laws in the United States permits lawful use of guns for personal defense among the public. Unfortunately, many people use their hand guns... ?Gun Control Introduction America has often been regarded as...
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Hand Hygiene
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...hand. Of such a ment hasits basis due to the fact that the hand is the most commonly used part of the body, carrying and holding different kind of things which sometimes are carriers of viruses and bacteria that are harmful to a man's life. With this, majority of the medical doctors and practitioners are advancing and promoting hand hygiene as a way of life. If we are to deal with this, looking into the definition of hand hygiene is an important thing to do to better understand what hand hygiene is. Medicinenet.com (2007) defined hygiene as "The science of preventive medicine... and the preservation of health. From the name of Hygeia, the daughter of Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine...
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