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1. How does the burden of proof in a civil case differ from that in a criminal

case?

2. Does criminal law have a place during a sports contest due to the inherent

violent nature of certain sports and the expectations by participants and

spectators?

3. Why does Canada prosecute illegitimate acts of sports violence far more than

in U.S. jurisdictions?

4. Should ticket scalping laws be repealed altogether in light of extreme

advances in technology?

5. Provide examples of raging parents and overzealous spectators and fans and

how this has led to enactment to Calvin Klein laws.

6. How has the city of Philadelphia become infamous in criminal law as it relates

to sports?

7. Compare and contrast the crimes of hazing, stalking and extortion, and provide examples.

8. Discuss the various incidents throughout the years involving the NCAA and

sports bribery.

9. Provide examples of incidents in sports law related to cruelty to animals.

10. Discuss the constitutional law issues related to stadium pat-downs and how it

relates to criminal law.


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1. How does the burden of proof in a civil case differ from that in a criminal case?

Generally, a civil case is drafted to solve the differences between the private parties. A
criminal case intends to execute an action on a person for committing a criminal felony on behalf
the community. Criminal cases are taken on the interest the State’s People or the United States’
People (in cases a state administration) civil cases are between two private parties, government
agencies, companies, and individuals. The major distinction between a criminal case and the civil
case is the “Burden Of Proof” need to confirm each case. For the case of a criminal case, the
offender or the accused can only be proved guilty or innocent if it is proven that they involved in
the crime "beyond the reasonable doubt" (Miller, 2008). A reasonable doubt can be explained as a
doubt rooted on the real well-founded rationale. In civil cases or trials, it is a legal requirement to
ascertain the burden of proof. After the evidence has been thoroughly reviewed, it is the duty of
the court to make a decision if the quantity of the evidence is heavier than that of defendants. The
lawful manner to conclude that the evidence weight is heavier is to mean “evidence
preponderance.” This implies that the case must just be slightly more persuading than that of
defendants or the offender.

2. A place during a sports contest due to the inherently violent nature of certain sports
and the expectations by participants and spectators?

One of the duties of the organization of the sports is the provision of the safe and secure sports
environment both to the participants and the spectators. In a number sports and games, a given
degree of violence is accepted and desirable and actually an inherent component of the sport or
game. In case an individual involves in the activities, he must be aware that a particular level of
violence may occur that may result in injury for instant rugby, American Football (Glover, 2009).

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