There are three categories of social-order crimes (thefourth
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There are three categories of social-order crimes (thefourth will be covered later). The three categories that fall under the headingof offenses against public order and the administration of justice are 1)crimes against public order and safety, such as disorderly conduct and reach ofpeace; 2) crimes against justice and the administration of justice, such astreason and perjury; and 3) crimes against the environment, such as crimes thatviolate environmental laws. These social-order or public-order crimes areoffenses that disturb society in such a way that the action taken is seen asinvading the peace and tranquility of society.InstructionsFor this assignment, assume you have been asked by yoursupervisor to select a public-order crime from one of the three categories thatrelates to your current or future position as a criminal justice professionalto be distributed to your department for training purposes. Based on yourselected crime, prepare a memorandum to your supervisor, responding to the following:•Summarize a statute (federal or state, depending on thecrime chosen) governing your selected crime using your state’s government Website (ALABAMA).•Analyze the elements required to prove a violation of thestatute for your selected crime.•Explain one case opinion that is on point for the chargeassociated with your selection, including the facts of the case, the ruling ofthe court and the basis for the ruling.•Articulate why it is important for a criminal justiceprofessional to understand the legal and social parameters of the statutory andcase law for your selected crime when conducting an investigation.Please DO NOT use a source that I cannot verify! Please LISTthe webpage address if using any online sources. Please TITLE EACH PARAGRAPHwith the bullet above, so there should be 4 paragraphs (200-300 words EACHparagraph).
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