Choose any three questions and complete them. In all your answers, you must make connections to our discussions, class activities, and readings. Submission: You need to hand in this evaluation personally on April 5, 2017 at 7.00 pm CLASS. There are no other submission dates or places. For further clarification, this evaluation may NOT be returned by email, left in my mailbox, office, or given to the faculty secretaries. If this evaluation is not submitted as required, it will NOT be marked. The suggested length is 6 double-spaced pages for the whole test. Your answers have to use strategies similar to those for Level 5 in John Biggs’ taxonomy.
Please read the evaluation criteria from the course syllabus before completing this test.
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Analyze the notion of crime (theory of offence) in the civil law tradition.
Analyze the mental element in the crimes regulated under the Rome Statute of the
International Criminal Court.
Find a case dealing with a Criminal Law or Criminal Justice issue in the United States
(Supreme Court). Identify and analyze the following aspects of the case: (i) the facts; (ii) the legal issue; (iii) the rule (Where did the rule come from? A case? A line of cases? Legislation?); (iv) the analysis followed by the court (i.e., reasoning method, analogies, metaphors, use of precedents, reference to publications, logical structure, etc.); and the conclusion (logical structure, if any). If possible, also identify the holding and obiter dicta.
Analyze an offence, such as homicide, assault, theft, etc., of the criminal code of a jurisdiction influenced by Soviet law.
Analyze an offence, such as homicide, assault, theft, etc., of the criminal code of a civil law jurisdiction.
Choose one of the cases decided by the International Criminal Court or currently under consideration of the ICC and explain it.
Find a video on YouTube —or a similar site- dealing with a Criminal Justice or Criminal
Law aspect of a legal tradition other than common law and civil law. Briefly summarize it and compare it to the common law tradition.
Find a newspaper article dealing with a Criminal Law aspect of a legal tradition other than common law and civil law. Briefly summarize it and compare it to the common law tradition.
Discuss international, US, and Canadian legal measures to deal with child sex tourism.
10. Find and discuss a newspaper article dealing with the criminalization of thought and/or speech in a Western state.
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