Constitutional Law in Criminal Justice

Mar 21st, 2017
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Open the attached document and write 350 words with proper in text citation, APA, reference, and free from Plagiarism. Then follow the below Rubric when writing

Constitutional Law in Criminal Justice Write 350 words with proper in text citation, APA, reference, and free from Plagiarism. Then follow the below Rubric when writing Question: Let's take a look at the Constitution and some of it's powers in this unit. Take a look at this Landmark Case of McCullough v. Maryland (1819). We'll use this to discuss this case and the powers of our government in this unit: McCullough v. Maryland (1819) http://www.oyez.org/cases/17921850/1819/1819_0 (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) Let's start by determining how this case made it to the Supreme Court..... 350 Please answer all questions with good solution and proper in text citation and Reference. Discussions Rubric • • 30 points each unit possible for units 1 through 7 40 points for unit 8 Grading Criteria Quality: 50% Units 1 -7 (15 points) Exceeds expectation Meets expectation Does not meet expectation No evidence Your contributions to each Topic indicate your mastery of the materials assigned. Your responses build on the ideas of another participant (or more) and dig deeper into assignment questions or issues. You have meaningful interaction with other participants' postings. You will receive little credit in the unit's discussion by just showing up and making trivial comments, without adding any new thought to the discussion. Your responses might integrate multiple views and/or show value as a seed for reflection for other participants' responses to the thread. When you make intelligent posts during the unit, including some good critique of the course material, then you have demonstrated you have an understanding of the material, are reading posts of your colleagues, and are contributing to the class. Posts that state I agree or I disagree include an explanation of what is disagreed or agreed upon and why, or introduce an argument that adds to the discussion. At the low end of the spectrum, no participation gets a "0." You provide evidence that you are reading the assigned materials and other student postings and are responding accordingly, bringing out interesting interpretations. Your posts demonstrate confidence with the materials, but may be just a bit off target in one area or another. However, you may have rambling, lengthy posts that show no sign of having been re-read and refined before posting, and your writing suffers lack of clarity and comprehension. If you are not in the discussion, you do not earn any points. You know the facts and are able to analyze them and handle conceptual ideas. Quantity: 50% Units 1-7 (15 points) Paper Presentation Unit 8 100% (40 Points) You post on at least three different days in EACH thread topic You post on at least two different days in EACH thread topic, or posted on three days in one topic. Presents the idea and main principles of the paper. You posted on at least one day in EACH thread topic, or posted on two days on one topic. You posted less than one day in each topic. Explains the details of the paper. Presentation simply states the topic of the paper You ask at least 3 different people about their paper presentations You ask at least two different people about their paper presentations. You ask at least one person about their paper presentation. No questions asked to peers. Answers all questions asked by peers. You answer at least two different questions from your peers. You answer one question from your peers. No questions answered from the peers. Clearly presents the idea and main principles of the paper.

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Running Head: THE MCCULLOUGH v. MARYLAND CASE

The McCullough v. Maryland Case

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THE MCCULLOUGH v. MARYLAND CASE

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The McCullough v. Maryland Case

The McCullough v. Maryland Case is one of the famous cases that was decided by the Top
Court in 1819. The city of Maryland had decid...

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