I am including an outline. No plagiarism please. Must have resources and citations. Please hit the distinguished marks in the scoring guide. I will check this as often as I can to see if you have any questions. Please be thorough as I am paying for all 6 pages. Please use my text, 6th edition!
The criteria in the Scoring Guide for this assignment are directly aligned to Competencies 1–4 for the course.
- Competency 1: Examine criminal law and procedure.
- Competency 2: Articulate the historical development of criminal law.
- Competency 3: Distinguish between legal and social parameters in criminal law.
- Competency 4: Analyze the elements of a crime.
Throughout the class, you have examined the rules of criminal procedure that govern its application and historical development of criminal law. Through various scenarios and analysis of specific crimes, you have learned to distinguish between the social and legal definitions of crime through the dissection of the various elements of crimes. The challenge was to delve deep into these scenarios from the perspective of a criminal justice professional and exchange opinions based on these analyses to further your learning.
Prepare a 4- to 6-page paper (1–1.5 pages per competency for Competencies 1 through 4), focused on the course competencies and address two key areas of learning for each competency. Competency 5 will be showcased through your coverage of Competencies 1–4. This paper should showcase your learning proficiency and describe the importance of your learning relative to application in a career context.
Be sure to review the Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the criteria for this assignment.
- Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
- Resources and citations: Format according to APA (current edition) guidelines.
- Required page count: 4–6, not including the title page or the references page.
- Required number of references: One reference per competency.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
| Examine criminal law and procedure.
|Does not examine criminal law and procedure.||Partially examines criminal law and procedure.||Examines criminal law and procedure.||Extensively examines criminal law and procedure.|
| Articulate the historical development of criminal law.
|Does not articulate the historical development of criminal law.||Partially articulates the historical development of criminal law.||Articulates the historical development of criminal law.||Comprehensively articulates the historical development of criminal law.|
| Distinguish between legal and social parameters in criminal law.
|Does not distinguish between legal and social parameters in criminal law.||Partially distinguishes between legal and social parameters in criminal law.||Distinguishes between legal and social parameters in criminal law.||Comprehensively distinguishes between legal and social parameters in criminal law.|
| Analyze the elements of a crime.
|Does not analyze the elements of a crime.||Partially analyzes the elements of a crime.||Analyzes the elements of a crime.||Completely analyzes the elements of a crime.|
| Communicate effectively in writing.
|Does not communicate effectively in writing.||Partially communicates effectively in writing.||Communicates effectively in writing.||Thoroughly communicates effectively in writing.|