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BIO 1100 DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTION UNIT III (DUE DATE 02/09//19)

I have to comment on my classmate’s discussion board question and this is what they wrote

The pros of gene therapy is this idea of ridding genetic disease before it can begin and help eliminate human suffering. Another pro is that gene therapy will eliminate diseases causing genes from being passed down to the next generation. However, some cons of gene therapy is the idea of scientists 'playing God'. There are many ethical and moral concerns with how gene therapy can help the population.

Germ line gene therapy targets the reproductive cells, meaning whatever changes are made to the DNA, it will be passed to the offspring. Somatic gene therapy is when DNA is transferred into the body's tissue. It targets cells in the body that are not passed on to the offspring. Somatic therapy does not raise ethical concern like germ line.

I am very split with the ethical concern over germ line gene therapy. If this therapy has the potential to remove disease before it starts, then this has the ability to lower the ever rising cost of healthcare. However, not everyone can afford this therapy and only the wealthy would be able to afford this potentially splitting classes even more. I want to study more science behind this therapy to form a better opinion. I agree with both sides of the argument. I like the idea of ridding disease, however this therapy is too unpredictable still. Other mutations could always occur.

BIO 1100 UNIT IV DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTION (DUE DATE 02/16/19)

Considering what you just learned by reading Chapter 12, is it wise to over-use (by patients or others who have the drug) or to over-prescribe antibiotics (doctors, physicians assistants, etc.)? Why or why not? What might be the health ramifications for antibiotic overuse? See pages 470-471 in your text for inspiration and think of this question in terms of natural selection.

BIO 1100 UNIT IV ASSESMNET QUESTIONS DUE DATE 02/16/19)

QUESTION 1

  • What is biological evolution?

the development of traits that organisms need in order to become more complex

gene changes in populations over many generations

the change that occurs in individuals as they try to survive in their environment

the steps by which the first life was created on earth from random molecules

QUESTION 9

  • There is a moth in England called the peppered moth. Before Britain’s industrial revolution, these moths were usually “salt and pepper” colored. Because of their coloring, they blended in well with the tree trunks on which they tend to rest. The coloring helped them hide from the birds that ate them. During the British industrial revolution, industry expelled a lot of soot from the burning of coal into the environment. This soot darkened the tree trunks and it was noted that black colored moths were becoming predominant. The idea is that with soot in the environment, black colored moths fair better than light colored moths. There is some debate as to whether this is actually the case or not, but for the sake of this question, let’s assume it is.

    In this context, review chapter 11.2 and the four observations. In your own words, explain how the concepts from the four observations discussed in 11.2 relate to the evolution of the peppered moth described above.

    Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

BCJ 3301 UNIT III DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTION (DUE DATE 02/9/19)

I have to comment on my classmate discussion board question and this is what they wrote

The benefits of the adversarial system is that is uses the checks and balances within our legal system to not only protect the rights of the accused but also to ensure a proper and speedy trial. With each side (Prosecution and Defense) being allowed to put on their case, review evidence and witness testimony in front of the jury or judge, a proper and knowledgeable decision can be made regarding the outcome. Some of the drawbacks can be that depending on how well on side puts on their case, regardless of evidence, a guilty person may be cleared as well as a potentially innocent person convicted. While it is not flawless, it is the system we use today and has been supported through numerous successful court proceeding and appeals.

BCJ 3301 UNIT IV DISCUSSION BOARD QUESTION DUE DATE 02/16/19)

Identify and describe one type of prosecutor. What is prosecutorial discretion? Do you think prosecutors should have unlimited discretion? Why, or why not?

BCJ 3301 UNIT IVASSESMENT QUESTIONS (DUE DATE 02/16/19)

QUESTION 7

  • Trace and describe the history of criminal defense.

    Your response should be at least 200 words in length.

BCJ 3301 UNIT IV POWER POINT PRESENTATION DUE DATE (02/16/19)

Instructions

Judicial Research

Unit IV discussed judges. To learn more about these individuals who are involved in the court system, select and research a judge who is currently serving on the courts in your state or local area. You are required to use at least four sources for this assignment (at least one should be from the CSU Online Library). Other sources could include newspapers, magazines, or professional journals.

Your research could include:

  • the background and education of the judge,
  • how the judge was selected for the court in which he or she presides,
  • the training of the judge,
  • challenges the judge has faced in his or her career (this could involve a particular case that was a challenge),
  • recent cases, or
  • your opinion whether this judge was adequately prepared for the position.

Present your research in a PowerPoint Presentation of at least 10 slides (not including the title and references slides). All sources used, including the textbook, must be cited and referenced according to APA style.

JUDGE WILL BE PAUL MARTIN NEWBY FROM NORTH CAROLINA

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BCJ 3301 UNIT IV-Justice
Paul Newby
Institutional affiliation
Date

INTRODUCTION
○ A magistrate or judge has a lot at stake sometimes handling cases
that affect human lives
○ The higher the hierarchy of the court systems, the more
challenging it becomes
○ Judges are sometimes called upon to assist with national justice
and legal issues and challenges and serve in many committees
○ A judge can be invited to contribute in international matters,
perhaps even help other judicial systems reform
○ A lifetime of accolades makes Justice Paul Newby ready to
participate in the new Moldovan alliance
2

JUSTICE PAUL
MARTIN NEWBY
Senior Associate Justice of
the North Carolina United
States Supreme Court

3

MOLDOVA CHALLENGE
○ Justice Newby was part of a team sent on a mission to Moldova
○ Signs of despair and hopelessness he saw in the expressions of
the new lawyers
○ Moldova was suffering from an ineffective justice system that
was not consistent and suitable to enforce justice
○ Some judges were administrative offering impartial hearings,
while others were investigative, taking part in the inquisition
process
○ Lawyers were having a tough time representing their clients
given the inconsistency and corruption of the system
4

BACKGROUND & PERSONAL LIFE
○ To answer that question, we have to explore the life of Paul
Newby and uncover what he has achieved so far
○ Paul Martin Newby is a husband to Macon Tucker Newby whom
he married in 1983 and have four children
○ They are members of the Raleigh Christ Baptist Church, where is
both an elder and a Sunday School teacher
○ Born in 1955 in Asheboro, North Carolina and brought up in
Jamestown by Samuel O. and Ruth Parks Newby

5

EDUCATION
○ When it comes to education, Justice Newby has garnered
impressive achievements
○ He attended high school at Ragsdale then in Duke University, he
acquired a BA degree in Public Policy Studies
○ The University of North Carolina School of Law accorded him a
Doctor of Jurisprudence degree
○ Starting an internship in the United States Supreme Court
○ Then in the Greensboro High Point 18th Judicial District Public
Defender's office

6

EARLY CAREER
○ Careerwise, Justice Newby has amassed legal experience from
many positions and roles
○ After completing his internship, Newby began practicing law
○ He started with "Van Wickle, Buck, Wall, Starnes and Davis" in
Asheville
○ Went to Kannapolis and joined Cannon Mills Realty and
Development Corp. as General Counsel and Vice President
○ Eastern District Assistant United States Attorney in Raleigh for
19 years

7

SELECTION & CURRENT STATUS
○ Judge career began in 2004 when he was appointed Senior
Associate Justice of the NC Supreme Court
○ Teaches at the Campbell University School of Law as an Adjunct
Professor
○ He specializes in appellate law practice and state constitutional
law courses
○ Instructs at the North Carolina Judicial College. Today, Justice
Newby holds additional judicial duties in several positions
○ He enhances lawyer professionalism as the chairperson to the
Chief Justice's Commission on Professionalism
8

CONT.
○ Travels around the state teaching the role of the...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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