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  • Unit 4 Discussion Topic 1 Discussion Topic Task: Reply to this topic n the interest of conducting a lively, engaging Discussion, please keep the following in mind:Opposing viewpoints are key to any vibrant discussion, but remember to use internet etiquette and be respectful of your classmates’ views and opinions. Provide constructive feedback or ask clarifying questions if you do not understand a classmate’s comment. Most importantly, have fun interacting with the unit content, your classmates, and your instructor!For Discussion requirements, refer to your course Syllabus or to the Discussion Rubric, posted in Course Documents.

    Taking Sides: Is The Sex Offender Registry Fair?

    Visit the National Sex Offender Registry at http://www.fbi.gov/scams-safety/registry and click on your state to access the local registry. As you review the information on the site, take note of what sex offenses offenders must register for and the duration of the registry. You should also research whether offenders must register when they move, and whether a person convicted of statutory rape must register as a sex offender.In this exercise, you will explore the various degrees of sexual assault, how each degree affects the way a sex offender must register, and the length of time registration is required. If your last name begins with A–M, you will argue that sex offender registry laws are too harsh and violate double jeopardy principles by penalizing an offender even after s/he has served time in prison. If your last name begins with N–Z, you will argue that the registry laws are fair and necessary for the protection of society despite impositions on a person’s due process rights. Post your response here. Then take some time to read and comment on your classmates’ responses and see if your perspective changes by the end of the week.

  • Unit 4 Discussion Topic 2 Discussion Topic Task: Reply to this topic In the interest of conducting a lively, engaging Discussion, please keep the following in mind:Opposing viewpoints are key to any vibrant discussion, but remember to use internet etiquette and be respectful of your classmates’ views and opinions. Provide constructive feedback or ask clarifying questions if you do not understand a classmate’s comment. Most importantly, have fun interacting with the unit content, your classmates, and your instructor!For Discussion requirements, refer to your course Syllabus or to the Discussion Rubric, posted in Course Documents.

    Criminal Law In The News: Op-Ed

    Research current events related to the course topics covered in Unit 4 and post at least one of these events to the Discussion. Within your posting, describe how your chosen item ties in to a review of the material in this unit. You may use the Library or any other outside resource for your research. Be sure to use proper citation format. Review your fellow students’ postings and respond to at least one event posting throughout the week.Post your response here. Be sure to comment on at least one of your classmate’s posts.

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