[ORDER SOLUTION] Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Please read the case of Palko v. Connecticut (1937). it’s a very important case in terms of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Brief this case following Instructions found in your Module “HOW-TO-BRIEF-A-CASE: SAMPLE & INSTRUCTIONS.” N.B.: READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON “How To Brief A Case” above. The case, Palko v. Connecticut (1937), is found on pp. 60-61 of your Textbook. You can also click above on “CRJU 3520-Palko v Connecticut” to read the case. VERY IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS: When posting your case brief, please do NOT post it as an attachment. If you type it as a Word document, copy and paste it into the Thread, that is, the Big Box, and then click on “Post.” All your discussion assignments MUST be typed or pasted into the Thread. NO ATTACHMENTS, PLEASE. INSTRUCTIONS ON BRIEFING CASES In analyzing a legal case, you have to present a brief. The instructions below will guide you in doing your case (legal) brief. FIRAC: FACTS-ISSUE-RULE OF LAW-ANALYSIS-CONCLUSION: HOW TO BRIEF A CASE 1. (F) State the facts of the case (a brief summary of what the case is about, i.e., what happened?) 2. (I) State the Issue/Issues in the case (What are the legal issues in the case? Sometimes there may be only one legal issue) 3. (R) State the Rule of Law that applies to this case (What law applies to this case? What does the law say about cases of this nature?). 4. (A) Analysis of the legal argument/arguments in the case (analyze the arguments/ decisions/opinions of the justices. 5. (C) Conclusion (do you agree with the Courts arguments/decision/opinion in this case?). If yes, why? And if not, why not? Your Legal Brief should be between 3 and 5 pages. If you decide to use other sources to support your opinion, sources such as the Internet, books or articles, please make sure that you document or cite the sources to avoid plagiarism. Remember to give credit for an idea or opinion that is NOT originally yours. In citing your sources, please use the APA Style (See your Course Syllabus about the APA Style of Writing).