Homework Help for Law
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I am doing a assignment for a law class where I have to write. Cross examination questions. The questions are based on the R.v Hudson case automatism. (the case about Michael Hudson, who drove 27 km to his in-laws home and he killed his mother-in-law and seriously injured his father-in-law but then he claims that he was sleepwalking.) you can read more about this case on Google and then do this for me.
So I am cross examining constable kramer which is on the defence team.
Cross examination consist in interrogating the opposite parties witness who has already testified (for example, direct examination) it may be followed by a re-direct examination. The scope of cross examination is checking, or discrediting the witnesses testimony, knowledge or credibility. And preparing your cross examination, you should focus on the fact that will help prove your case. Your questions on Cross should be leading giving the witness very little to no opportunity to explain his/her/their views.
1. choose one witness from the other side. (we are doing constable kramer)
2. Compose cross examination questions for that witness make sure that your questions are open and type questions.
3. Minimum 10 questions for that witness
￼THE PICTURES BELOW IS AN EXAMPLE OF A CROSS EXAMINATION TO HELP YOU:
Senate Vote on H.R. 6201
Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Click on the C-SPAN site to view results of the Senate vote. Use site to answer the following questions.
Did the bill pass and what was the final vote in the Senate?
Did it pass?
Number of Yea Votes:
Number of Nay Votes:
Number not voting:
Sort the member votes by state. Find your state and write the names of your senators and how they voted.
Filter the member votes by votes.
Write the names of 2 Senators that voted Nay and 2 Senators that voted Yea (do not choose the Senators from your state).
Framework Ltd is a private company limited by shares which runs a small art gallery in Ireland. It
has an issued share capital of 1201 ordinary €1 shares of which Millie owns 601; Andrea holds 300
and Sam holds the remainder. Millie wants to end her involvement in the business to move abroad.
She has offered to sell her shares to Andrea for €50,000. Andrea agrees that this is a reasonable
price for the shares, but she is unable to raise the finance from her own resources. She is anxious to
avoid a situation where Sam is given the option to purchase the shares as he would then have a
majority and she would be unable to agree with his proposals for the direction of the business.
To assist Andrea in purchasing the shares, Millie has proposed the following:
a) The company could provide Andrea with a loan to enable her to purchase Millie’s shares; or
b) The company could buy back all of Millie’s shares allowing her to leave the company and
prevent control falling into Sam’s hands. (50 marks)
Advise Andrea and Millie whether the proposals set out above are compatible with the provisions of
the Companies Act 2014. Your answer should refer to relevant case-law.
Start here OR go online at my2020census.gov to complete your 2020 Census questionnaire.
Before you answer Question 1, count the people living in this house, apartment, or mobile home using our guidelines.
• Count all people, including babies, who live and sleep here most of the time.
• If no one lives and sleeps at this address most of the time, go
online at mv2020census.gov or call the number on page 8.
The census must also include people without a permanent place to live, so:
• If someone who does not have a permanent place to live is staying here on April 1, 2020, count that person.
The Census Bureau also conducts counts in institutions and
other places, so:
• Do not count anyone living away from here, either at college or in the Armed Forces.
• Do not count anyone in a nursing home, jail, prison, detention facility, etc., on April 1, 2020.
• Leave these people off your questionnaire, even if they will
return to live here after they leave college, the nursing home,
the military, jail, etc. Otherwise, they may be counted twice.
1. How many people were living or staying in this house, apartment, or mobile home on April 1, 2020?
Number of people =
2. Were there any additional people staying here on April 1, 2020
that you did not include in Question 1?
Choose thatall that apply.
Children, related or unrelated, such as newborn babies,
grandchildren, or foster children
Relatives, such as adult children, cousins, or in-laws
Nonrelatives, such as roommates or live-in babysitters
People staying here temporarily
No additional people
3. Is this house, apartment, or mobile home Choose one
Owned by you or someone in this household with a mortgage or loan? Include home equity loans.
Owned by you or someone in this household free and clear
without a mortaage or loan)?
Occupied without payment of rent?
4. What is your telephone number?
We will only contact you if needed for official Census Bureau business.
◦ Brainstorm ideas for rewriting the US Constitution's Preamble, identifying two ongoing problems plaguing the US federal government
◦ Use at least one of our 4 philosopher’s ideas in your new Preamble
◦ Be sure to identify and provide a realistic solution for the two specific problems that you believe the US federal government can and should handle for the good of all Americans
Rewrite the US Constitution...well, the Preamble, at least
■ use at least one of our four philosopher’s ideas in your new Preamble
■ identify and provide a realistic solution for two specific problems that you believe the US government can and should handle for the good of all Americans
C. What About the Minority? In a democracy, the will of the majority is considered first. Even so, governments still respect the rights of the minority. Think of three ways to solve the following problem:
Your school's student government has money left over from last year. The students hold a vote to decide what to do with the money. Results show 58% of the student body wants to add an ice cream cart to the cafeteria. But the Lactose Intolerant and Proud of It Student Association opposes the decision. They say it would be unfair to spend the money on something not all the students could enjoy.
The student body is looking for a compromise that follows the will of the majority but respects the needs of the minority.