The Bill of Rights finds its roots in documents such as the British Magna Carta of 1215 AD. It was one of the first documents that provided the common man independence from a monarch. It did imply that the federal government’s law dominated all others; however, it gave each state control of any laws outside of those reserved to the federal government. The Bill of Rights acts as a blueprint that every individual state uses to protect the rights of individual citizens. In this assignment, you will utilize the various concepts found in the Bill of Rights to provide the foundation of the various sections of the assignment.
Write a 4- to 6-page paper in which you:
Compare and contrast two of the sources of the rights and fundamental principles found in the United States’ legal system as outlined by the text.
Critically analyze and discuss three steps of the criminal justice process from arrest to imprisonment.
Identify and discuss the particular amendment related to arrest, search, and seizures.
Compare and contrast the concepts of probable cause and reasonable suspicion. In your own words, explain how they are similar or different.
Examine and discuss the two examples in which the exclusionary rule may not apply.
Identify and discuss one contemporary issue or case law related to the use of force from within the last three years.
With the period of colonial conquest in which great countries began to take turn in exploring and conquering territories in Africa, India and Caribbean islands, slavery or rather the idea of human traffic which then developed into human exploitation reaching the final point of slavery, began. If the initial purpose of these conquests was solely based on the idea of exporting resources, it took a turn which saw the establishment and creation of an economic system based on plantation with the involvement of slaves as labour forces. The creation of plantation system helped conquest countries in developing and influencing their economic system transforming colonial countries such as Brazil, Mexico, Jamaica and many others in establishing themselves as predominant exporters. For such reason the purpose of this essay will be based on the analysis of a plantation slavery, Bahia, compared to a non-plantation slavery, Minas Gerais. The focus of the essay will centre on the differences of how a plantation slavery based on the production of sugar, Bahia, differ from a non-plantation slavery in which the labour force was concentrated on the extraction of mineral resources, Minas Gerais, for instance gold. The main differences will be discussed in terms of treatment of slaves, their condition and the variety of labour that they engage in. Before focusing on the aim stated above for the essay, an historical introduction concerning the historical economy of the most predominant plantation exporters power, Brazil will be given for then focusing the rest of the essay on two of its main states Bahia and Minas Gerais. During the period of colonialism, countries such as Brazil, Jamaica, Cuba and others began to exhale in the production of food, mineral resources which were then exported to the Americas and European countries. One of the predominant economic forces in the production of sugar from the sixteenth centuries till middle nineteenth century was Brazil which kept its position as the main producer despite having competition from nearby countries. Even during the gold rush trend which took place throughout the eighteenth century, and despite Brazil being among the producers of gold itself, it did not as Adam Smith noted, helped fuel the industrial revolution, instead on the contrary it did boost the value of Brazilian sugar exports which always exceeded those of any other commodity. Due to this some historians have argued that the economy of brazil has always been based on its production of sugar giving it the impression in the historiography of the fact that its sugar economy has always experienced its heyday without experiencing downfalls. Nevertheless, records have shown that the latter was not the case as in the early seventeenth century it did experience a long period of stagnation or decline, becoming in the>GET ANSWER