Why? Claimant (key actor) Obligation (owed to the claimant) Perspective (What does the claimant hope will happen?) officer Fidelity Was this a mistake or was the officer trying to cover something up. Attorney Justice Wants to make sure that if he prosecutes in the case that the facts are correct and the officers are telling the truth. Evaluating Alternatives 4.
Which party has the burden of proof in the case? Which level of proof will be used? The party seeking damages (plaintiff), in this case Mr. James Mitchell and the union, has the burden of proof. This case would be considered a civil matter and would be guided by the principles and procedures commonly found in settling civil lawsuits and in regulatory agency cases. This includes presenting “clear and convincing evidence” as the level of proof that must be offered in order for the plaintiff to win the case (Clear and Convincing Evidence Law & Legal Definition, n.d.).
Has a clear topic sentence (2 points) 2. Has embedded evidence (3+ quotations) that prove your opinion (6 points, if each is well-chosen) 3. Has an explanation of how the evidence proves what you say in your topic sentence (6 points, if quotation is explained well) 4. Ideas well organized and transition well to one another (2 points) 5. Spelling, Grammar (2 points) Info6 – Determine an author’s point of view or purpose in a text in which the rhetoric is particularly effective, analyzing how style and content contribute to the power, persuasiveness, or beauty of a
There are different outcomes of using different bases of power. For example, if we use legitimate power, it has strong power to make others to comply but it has poor relationship effect. On the other hand, reward power has relatively strong effect on all aspects, which are complying, long last, acceptance and relationship. In the second part of the power and influence session, Professor first shared her valuable experience with us, and after that the leadership application of the principles of persuasion was discussed in the lesson. Basically, there are six principles of persuasion, if we can correctly adopt the principles, it will be much easier to make people to say yes to
Alex Young Mrs. Frazier Comp 1 11/1/14 Essay 4 By the way you look at the way people argue, then you can figure out how they are trying to persuade. It is important because you counter arguments. It is important to be able to use rhetorical analysis. When analyzing an argument you are checking if the facts match up or if the statements being said make sense or tie into what the argument is about. It is important to see if an argument is legitimate or not.
Undermines: To weaken or ware away Contention 01: Plea Bargaining gives us the right to speedy trial One of our constitutional rights as Americans to a speedy trial. While this right can be waived by a defendant, it must be provided to him unless he explicitly declines it. The Criminal Justice System would collapse; we would see people being forced to wait months, even years. To have their cases heard, thus violating their constitutional rights. As such, given the current level of judicial resources, plea bargains are absolutely necessary and indeed beneficial in the quest to uphold all constitutional rights.
Often challenges arise offering a structured model for making decisions can help avoid these challenges. Bateman identified six stages of the decision-making process that may be attached to any problem or decision. Stages of the Decision-Making Process: * Identifying and Diagnosing the Problem * The first stage in the decision-making process is to recognize that a problem exists and must be solved. The decision maker must dig in deeper and attempt to diagnose the situation. * Generating Alternative Solutions * The second stage of decision-making links problem diagnosis to the development of alternative courses of action aimed at solving the problem.
Approach to Argument Stephen Toulmin, author of The Uses of Argument, is a modern English philosopher that developed a six-part model which helps to explain the essential parts of an argument (Wood, 128). In Toulmin’s model, the first of three of the six-part model are crucial to argument and they are: claim, support and warrant. What I feel has been a great help in understanding Toulmin’s model is that the way he has broken it down is very similar in the way that I naturally think through an argument. He has simplified it with the six terms; claim, support, warrant, backing, rebuttal, and qualifier. The last three terms are also important but not always necessary.
One might say it is evident Gatsby has attained the American Dream by looking at his possessions, such as boats, cars, a big house, and lavishing riches. But, others might argue Gatsby only possesses the materialistic dream. Fitzgerald makes an allusion to Benjamin Franklin’s work and presents his schedule (Fitzgerald, 173). The schedule which Franklin created was his goal to save time, meet his expectations, and try to achieve perfection. But, he knew achieving perfection was impossible, yet he believed trying to achieve moral perfection is what the true American Dream is all about.
This six step process is : 1) Verify, define and detail the problem 2) Establish evaluation criteria 3) Identify alternative policies 4) Assess alternative policies 5) Display and distinguish among alternatives 6) Implement, monitor, and evaluate the policy, of which is followed to the tee. These are the six steps generated by the government and are demanded to be followed by our policy analyst in order to implement any laws contested. Policy analysis is a systematic evaluation of the technical and political implications of alternatives proposed to solve public