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SEC 430 Week 2 Elements of Crime and Criminal Liability (UOP) To Purchase This Material Click below Link http://www.sec430tutor.com/SEC-430-Week-2-Elements-of-Crime-andCriminal-Liability FOR MORE CLASSES VISIT www.sec430tutor.com Elements of Crime and Criminal Liability – Research a violent crime and a property crime in your state statutes or in the US Code (Federal law). In a 1000 to 1500 word paper, discuss: - The specific elements that are part of the definition of each crime and the importance of each element to each crime selected. - Discuss what is required to establish criminal liability and intent for the crimes. - In the reference section of your paper, include the Internet hyperlink addresses or uniform resource locators for your information sources. - Format your references in accordance with the APA Publication Manual. a. Special Instructions for the assignment: i. Do not include an abstract describing the work. Abstracts are used in manuscripts and are not appropriate for the assignments in this course. ii. Please use headings to separate the various sections of your assignment. Use one to three levels of headings in accordance with APA guidelines. iii. Before submitting this assignment to your individual forum, please adhere to the following requirements using both the Write Point and the Plagiarism Check service: · Conduct a grammar check using the Write Point service from the U of P Center for Writing Excellence. · Make the appropriate corrections to your final assignment as noted by the Write Point report. · Conduct a plagiarism check using the Plagiarism Check service from the U of P Center for Writing Excellence. · Correct any plagiarism issues noted by the Plagiarism Check service. b. Please submit the following three documents to your individual forum: i. The Certificate of Origiality. ii. The plagiarism report (Turn it in Originality Report) describing your assignment. iii. Your final (edited and corrected) assignment.


Sec 430 week 2 elements of crime and criminal liability (uop)