4 questions 100 words or more per question

May 7th, 2015
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E Activity 1


From the first e-Activity, identify two (2) major issues between the juror’s personal perception of the moral guilt of the defendant and her understanding of the legal issues in the case. 

From the first e-Activity, describe key strategies that a judge would utilize in order to reconcile the discrepancy in perception of the George Zimmerman’s guilt or innocence. Provide a rationale for your response.


E Activity 2

From the second e-Activity, discuss whether or not you believe Attorney General Eric Holder should have challenged the voting laws in the state of Texas enacted after the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act. Analyze at least two (2) key issues related to Texas’s new voting laws that the Attorney General highlighted. Provide examples of rights covered by the Voting Rights Act to support your rationale.

Describe at least three (3) effects that the proposed regulation of voting laws in Texas could have on the next presidential election. Justify your response.

At least 100 words per question (4 questions total) in detail and support your answers with reputable references. Please label just answer with the proper question.

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