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What did you find in the exclusion database? Briefly, do you agree with the OIG’s actions?

Locate the OIG’s exclusion database in the Online Resources. Look yourself up. We assume that you won’t find your name. You might find someone with a similar name. That will be good for you to know. Then for our discussion, look at the Department of Justice’s Health Care Fraud webpages. Find the name of an individual (not a company) on the site against whom the DOJ issued an Indictment and a Judgement resulted. Then look that person up in the exclusion database.
On the discussion board, describe what the individual had done wrong according to the OIG. What did you find in the exclusion database? Briefly, do you agree with the OIG’s actions?

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Based on the background information, what arguments would you make to allow the evidence to be admitted and shown to a jury?

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PLF Argument Presentation
For this assignment, you will create a 3-minute transcriipt video as though you are standing in front of a judge. Read the background information below before proceeding.
Background Information:
At 1:17 p.m., the fire department received a report of a fire at 614 Mays Street and dispatched a first-alarm assignment (two engines, one truck, one rescue, and a battalion chief). The first-arriving company arrived shortly thereafter and reported seeing dense black smoke issuing from the eaves and roof vents of the house.
The first due engine company proceeded to the northeast corner (Sides “A” and “D”) of the house and forced open a door. Crews advancing handlines quickly discovered the fire involved an area around the TV in the living room. The structure had minor smoke conditions with good visibility throughout the house. Units found heavy-to-moderate smoke conditions in the living room area, giving it near-zero visibility.
Search and rescue operations were abandoned because the family arrived stating they just came from the store and no one was home. After crews mounted an interior attack using 1 3/4” attack lines, the fire was declared under control. While the lieutenant was completing paperwork and the crew reloaded the hose, dispatch issued a full-alarm assignment to a structure fire with children trapped three blocks away. Crews quickly finished loading the hose and responded to the fire, leaving the scene unsecured.
As the fire investigator, upon your arrival, the family was gone, and you made entry into the structure to begin your investigation. You began photographing the structure from the exterior to the interior. While examining some of the evidence, you noted that personal items appeared to be missing and the house appeared to be staged with old furniture and a broken TV. Upon further investigation, you noted some type of device melted behind the TV.
As you collected the melted device, you saw what appeared to be a pour pattern behind the TV toward the kitchen. You collected samples from the pour pattern and notified law enforcement that you were going to charge the homeowner with arson. As you were finishing your documentation, the homeowners returned to the scene with their attorney. The attorney stated that you made entry into the residence without permission and any and all evidence collected must be suppressed due to the chain of custody. The defendant’s attorney stated the evidence obtained was in violation of the homeowner’s Constitutional rights, including the Fourth Amendment right against warrantless searches and seizures.
Instructions:
Based on the background information, what arguments would you make to allow the evidence to be admitted and shown to a jury? Research similar cases the library, and from the Internet in order to support your arguments. During your presentation, you must use at least one piece of demonstrative evidence.

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Criminal Law

Describe how the criminological theory you chose above can be used to profile the cybercriminal.

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
Choose 1 criminological theory discussed in Chapter 3 of the textbook.
Assume you’re a cyber detective working for a law enforcement agency, such as the FBI, investigating a cybersecurity incident. Describe how the criminological theory you chose above can be used to profile the cybercriminal. Address how you might use that theory to address the cybercrime.
Hello writter please just do 175 words
thanks and you can do behavioral Theory

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Criminal Law

How could we incorporate elements of restorative justice in our current criminal justice system?

How could we incorporate elements of restorative justice in our current criminal justice system? Do you think it is possible/feasible? Why or why not?
A direct quote (using quotation marks and an APA citation) would assist you in earning full points. You should have multiple APA in-text citations throughout your posts, referencing course material.
Use these links only for your sources:

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Criminal Law

What issues arise from rowdy and disorderly fans?

words: You are the security manager of a sports arena where professional soccer is played. Identify the strengths and weaknesses of using the SWOT method of risk assessment and risk management. What issues arise from rowdy and disorderly fans? Research prior incidents in sports arenas, in the United States and internationally, as part of your assessment.Use APA guidelines to cite any outside reference sources used. hello

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How you would obtain consents, authorizations, IRB approval, and/or waivers for the use of PHI.

You are an investigator for a human-subjects research project at Covered Entity A. You have in your possession a data set containing PHI of 500 internally recruited study participants/patients of Covered Entity A.
Discuss and analyze:
How you would obtain consents, authorizations, IRB approval, and/or waivers for the use of PHI.How you would—as an alternative to using PHI for your study—de-identify the data set.Any other HIPAA-related considerations you may take into account while conducting your study.

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Criminal Law

What are the main issues with the current stigmatization of mental illness in our society?

Questions
1. What are the main issues with the current stigmatization of mental illness in our society? How might these concerns affect our violent crime rate?
2. Is there any evidence that this stigma is changing? Support your work.
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Criminal Law

Does the privacy rule limit or restrict investigators’ clinical studies?

The HIPAA Privacy Rule provides individuals with certain rights about how their health information is used and disclosed as well as how they can gain access to health records and information about when their PHI was released without their permission. At the same time, the privacy rule describes how covered entities can implement these rights while maintaining the integrity of the research project.
After reviewing the readings for this week, what do you consider are some ethical dilemmas that may arise as a result of the privacy rule’s protection of human subjects in research studies?
For example, do you think the de-identification of data sufficiently protects participants/patients’ privacy rights? Is choosing one de-identification method over another more restrictive or protective of patients’ rights? Does the privacy rule limit or restrict investigators’ clinical studies? To what extent does the role of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) help facilitate the balance between protecting participants’ privacy and maintaining the integrity of research projects?

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Do you agree with the Court’s ruling in this case?

Read Hoagland v. State, 240 P.3d 1043 (2010) available at Hoagland v State
In Hoagland, the defendant wanted to assert a necessity defense to the crime of driving while under the influence. The Nevada Legislature had never addressed or mentioned a necessity defense. Do you agree with the Court’s ruling in this case? Why, or not?
https://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=8002120339805439441&q=Hoagland+v.+State&hl=en&as_sdt=2,5&as_ylo=2009