Evidence Essay Topics

Analysing and Considering Evidence

I have found out that when the ampage (current) increases the magnet becomes stronger and will hold more weights. On graph 1 I have circled the anomalous results. I can tell they are anomalous by comparing the graph with graph 2. Graph 2 increases steadily in a straight line, it also levels out, graph 1… View Article

Evidence- Based Practice Article

Reference: Taleporos, G & McCabe M.P (2002). The impact of sexual esteem, body esteem, and sexual satisfaction on psychological well-being in people with physical disability. Sexuality and Disability, 20(3) Fall 2002 Overview: The objective of this study is to investigate the association between sexuality and psychological well-being in people with physical disabilities. 1196 respondents completed… View Article

The problem of discourse

The problem of discourse was not resolved, in fact it was reproduced. The judge did not at all give the value of discourse a chance let alone look into the tradition and the values which the Dunne-za/ Cree espoused as a community. He trashed their social system and referred to their situation as one that… View Article

Traditional Business Concepts

Business concepts of marketing and economics have proven to be valuable to the success of many business organizations. This is due to the fact that business concepts know the techniques of understanding and reaching out to clients. Thus, it is useful to integrate some of these concepts into the healthcare industry, with the aim of… View Article

Maori and Pakeha

New Zealand archipelago was occupied by humans in a very brief time. Before 1100-1200 BC, due to its isolated southerly position, settlers who first moved from the oceanic archipelago of southwest Pacific managed to settle there (Green pp.19-51). There are different scenarios for New Zealand settlement. Based on accounts, a long-accepted scenario suggests that New… View Article

Types of Evidence

Evidence plays an important role when determining someone’s fate. Some types of evidence are more significant than others depending on the situation. The amount of evidence and how it is interpreted is also an important factor.             Direct evidence is evidence that “stands on its own to prove alleged facts.” (The Lectric Law Library) An… View Article

Federal Rules of Evidence

1. Summarize the Federal Rules of Evidence in your own words. The Federal Rules of Evidence (F.R.E.) enacted in 1975 and replaced prior centuries of various and sundry judge made caselaw. The F.R.E. is a complex set of statutes or penal codes legislated with the intent of replacing unfair evidentiary submission and/or unnecessary expense and… View Article

Physiognomy Theory

Physiognomy also known as the Arts and Sciences of the face, dates back to Aristotle’s era. This philosophy was first used by the Greek and spread to places as far as Asia and the Middle East within a short period of time. It became very popular especially in Asia, where people would use this to… View Article

Evidence Rule

The best evidence rule pertains to the rule that the evidence that is permissible on the court is that evidence which is original. It is because when copies of evidence are made, there is a possibility that the copy will be altered or tampered so copies are not the best evidence. The best evidence to… View Article

The Camron Todd Willingham Arson Case

The Fire Marshall investigated the Willingham fire by checking for indicators of accidental fire or arson. They looked at the electrical wiring for shorts, but did not find any signs of it being accidental. They found what they thought was a star burned pattern in the children’s room which they thought was satanic because of… View Article

Three Element of Investigations

On his morning jog, a citizen discovered a dead girl lying in the bushes along a back road. He then immediately called the police. The girl was naked from the waist down and appeared to have a cord around her neck. While assuming the role of a responding investigator, I would apply the three basic… View Article

Send Your Friend a Battery in Tetris Batle

This petition for certiorari under Rule 65 of the Rules of Court seeks to nullify and set aside the Resolution[1] of respondent National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC) rendered on 20 September 1994 remanding the records of the case to the arbitration branch of origin for further proceedings. The antecedent facts as narrated by public respondent… View Article

The Weights of Discarded Garbage

My original research was on the Tucson Garbage Project, which was a study done in 1973 by Dr. William Rathje in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Rathje, also known as “Captain Planet” and the students from the University of Arizona studied the waste from Tucson residents in order to examine patterns of consumption. My original paper referred… View Article

Critical Lens

In Optimism, published in 1903, Helen Keller states “… Although the world is full of suffering it is also full of the overcoming of it.” By this she means that eventhough there is a lot of obstacles in life, there are people that have the power to move past them. I disagree with this statement…. View Article

Do Aliens Exist?

Whether aliens exist or not is a question that is bothering everyone who is over thinking about extraterrestrial existents, and hoping for a clear evidence. Till this minute it is hard to tell. Very few insignificant proves were given, on september 2nd, 1994, astronomers claimed they so a space blob in a national laboratory, and… View Article