The Discussion questions are as follows:
1) After reading the Michigan Criminal Jury Instructions and the video lecture on assaultive crimes, how do you determine the difference between Aggravated Assault, Assault with a Dangerous Weapon and Assault with Intent to do Great Bodily Harm? Give one example of each.
2) Based on your reading of the Michigan Criminal Jury Instructions and the video lecture, how do you determine the difference between Vulnerable Adult Abuse 1st & 3rd Degree from Vulnerable Adult Abuse 2nd & 4th Degree?
3) Based on your reading of the Michigan Criminal Jury Instructions and the video lecture, what are the different ways in which someone could commit Child Abuse in the 2nd Degree. Give an example of how someone could be guilty of Child Abuse 2nd.
4) Based on your reading of the Michigan Criminal Jury Instructions, what is the difference between Kidnapping and Unlawful Imprisonment?
The influence of the discoveries permeated literature. Sir Thomas More’s Utopia, printed in 1516 and dealing with an imaginary island, was suggested by South America. The Portuguese poet Luís de Camões recounted the voyage of Vasco da Gama, though fancifully, in epic verse. Michel de Montaigne discoursed upon American savages, some of whom he had seen in France. Christopher Marlowe’s drama Tamburlaine (1587), though based on the life of the Asiatic conqueror, was an exhortation to his fellow Englishmen to penetrate the New World. Historiography acquired a broader base by taking the newly discovered lands into account. Astronomy was revolutionized by European penetration of the Southern Hemisphere and discovery of constellations unknown before. Map makers, typified by the Fleming Gerardus Mercator and the Dutchman Abraham Ortelius, portrayed the world in terms that are still recognizable. Colonies from northern Europe and mercantilism (17th century) The northern Atlantic powers, for understandable reasons, acquired no permanent overseas possessions before 1600. The United Provinces of the Netherlands spent the final decades of the 16th century winning independence from Spain; France had constant European involvements and wars of religion; England, matrimonially allied with Spain as late as 1558, was undergoing its Protestant Reformation and long was unwilling to challenge predominant Spain openly in any manner. The English There is evidence that Bristol seamen reached Newfoundland before 1497, but John Cabot’s Atlantic crossing in that year is the first recorded English exploration. After the death of Henry VII in 1509, England lost interest in discovery and did not resume it until 1553 and the formation of the Muscovy Company, which tried to find a Northeast Passage to Asia, discovered the island of Novaya Zemlya, and opened a small trade with Russia. The English also searched for a Northwest Passage, and Martin Frobisher sailed to Greenland, Baffin Island, and the adjacent mainland. England’s American colonies>GET ANSWER