My bro got arrested for robbing 3 banks, shooting at 3 police officers and so on, what will his sentance most likly be if he pleads guilty?This is…

My bro got arrested for robbing 3 banks, shooting at 3 police officers and so on, what will his sentance most likly be if he pleads guilty?This is…

My bro got arrested for robbing 3 banks, shooting at 3 police officers and so on, what will his sentance most likly be if he pleads guilty?This is…

My bro got arrested for robbing 3 banks, shooting at 3 police officers and so on, what will his sentance most likly be if he pleads guilty?This is…

There are a number of variables here, given that bank robbery is a federal crime that will be tried in federal court, and shooting at police officers (I’m assuming they were local or state officers) is a state crime and will be prosecuted in state court.  So your brother will be involved in two trials/criminal cases regardless of how he pleads.  Typically this means the lower charges won’t be pursued so that the person can get the longest possible jail sentence.  This complicates things greatly for your brother.First, if he does not already have legal counsel, be sure that he gets it.  Second, if he can’t afford legal counsel, the court will need to provide it for him.  He should do this before he decides to enter a plea, as the lawyer can tell you much more accurately the kind of sentence he may be looking at.For the bank robberies, there is a federal “truth in sentencing” guideline, meaning no chance of parole, and only a maximum of 54 days off of the sentence per year of good behavior.  Pleading guilty to all three bank robberies would likely net a sentence of at least 25 years.The state charges are no better, but it depends on the state the shootings took place in.  The crime will likely be three counts of attempted murder of a police officer (assuming none of them were wounded, which would lead to additional charges).  I would expect no less than 25 years for a sentence, even if he pleads guilty.Again, please seek legal counsel as soon as possible, so that your brother is treated fairly and legally.
My bro got arrested for robbing 3 banks, shooting at 3 police officers and so on, what will his sentance most likly be if he pleads guilty?This is…

How many terms has an arithmetical progression (an), where n> = 1, r = 3, an = 16 and the sum of the first n terms of progression is Sn = 50?

How many terms has an arithmetical progression (an), where n> = 1, r = 3, an = 16 and the sum of the first n terms of progression is Sn = 50?

How many terms has an arithmetical progression (an), where n> = 1, r = 3, an = 16 and the sum of the first n terms of progression is Sn = 50?

How many terms has an arithmetical progression (an), where n> = 1, r = 3, an = 16 and the sum of the first n terms of progression is Sn = 50?

How many terms has an arithmetical progression (an), where n> = 1, r = 3, an = 16 and the sum of the first n terms of progression is Sn = 50?

Discuss Joyce’s "Araby" as a modern short story, including elements of modernism in your discussion.

Discuss Joyce’s "Araby" as a modern short story, including elements of modernism in your discussion.

Discuss Joyce’s "Araby" as a modern short story, including elements of modernism in your discussion.

Discuss Joyce’s "Araby" as a modern short story, including elements of modernism in your discussion.

With the effects of world wars and the Freudian movement along with Darwinism, the Romantic movement saw its end as Modernism came into being.  This movement is characterized with a marked pessimism in its examination of subject matter is much more mundane, With James Joyce’s The Dubliners, from which “Araby” comes, there is concern with city life as a central force in society, with the individual often standing alone attemptingto preserve the autonomy of his existence in the face of overwhelming social forces, of historical heritage, of external culture, and of the technique of life. [sociologist Georg Simmel]As a modern short story, then, Joyce’s “Araby” places a boy in the impecunious environment of North Richmond Street in Dublin, Ireland, where the houses are brown.  Joyce himself referred to the brown brick houses as the “incarnation of Irish paralysis,” a phrase he uses to characterize the powerlessness of the Irish to change their hopeless situations through individual action.In “Araby,” the young man is the narrator who romanticizes his infatuation with his friend’s sister as he uses the exotic word araby to suggest the exciting world of romance.  He imagines further that at the market on Saturdays, he carries, not the groceries, but the holy grail for his fair maiden. The narrator’s confusion with reality and truth is something that he brings on himself in the midst of the brown houses and even the girl’s brown dress, which suggests that she is not what he imagines.  His pure thoughts of the grail are, in reality, sullied by his watching her and imagining the border of her slip as well his voyeurism as he peeks under the shade.  That his idealism is doomed to failure is further determined by the unconcern of the uncle and his flippancy after he returns too late for the narrator to get to the bazaar before it closes.  Then, when the boy reaches the bazaar, he realizes in his epiphany that he has been “a creature driven and derided by vanity.”  Ashamed of his silly romantic ideas, the boy’s eyes fill with tears in “anguish and anger.” Trapped in his brown city life, the narrator feels the overwhelming pessimism and “paralysis” of his lonely existence.
Discuss Joyce’s "Araby" as a modern short story, including elements of modernism in your discussion.

Considering the vectors u = 4i + 7J and v = 3i – 2j, determine the coordinates of the vector w = 5u – 3v.

Considering the vectors u = 4i + 7J and v = 3i – 2j, determine the coordinates of the vector w = 5u – 3v.

Considering the vectors u = 4i + 7J and v = 3i – 2j, determine the coordinates of the vector w = 5u – 3v.

Considering the vectors u = 4i + 7J and v = 3i – 2j, determine the coordinates of the vector w = 5u – 3v.

Considering the vectors u = 4i + 7J and v = 3i – 2j, determine the coordinates of the vector w = 5u – 3v.

What are these affected in the story"A hanging" by George Orwell?The affect

What are these affected in the story"A hanging" by George Orwell?The affect

What are these affected in the story"A hanging" by George Orwell?The affect

What are these affected in the story"A hanging" by George Orwell?The affect

I assume that you are asking about the effects in this story — the things that come from the causes.  If so, I think that the real effects are the ways in which the speaker and the other characters react to the hanging.First, we see the effect of the condemned man stepping around the puddle.  When he does that, the speaker realizes the enormity of what he is about to participate in.  So that’s the first major effect since it sets up the major tension of the story.Second, we see so many of the man laughing and otherwise acting as if they did not care about the hanging.  This is an effect of the hanging.  The effect is that the people are somehow trying to deal with the stress of what they’ve just done.
What are these affected in the story"A hanging" by George Orwell?The affect

Determine the coordinates of point C , so that 2OA + 3OB = OC, where OA, OB and OC are vectors and A(2,3) and B(-4,-2).

Determine the coordinates of point C , so that 2OA + 3OB = OC, where OA, OB and OC are vectors and A(2,3) and B(-4,-2).

Determine the coordinates of point C , so that 2OA + 3OB = OC, where OA, OB and OC are vectors and A(2,3) and B(-4,-2).

Determine the coordinates of point C , so that 2OA + 3OB = OC, where OA, OB and OC are vectors and A(2,3) and B(-4,-2).

Determine the coordinates of point C , so that 2OA + 3OB = OC, where OA, OB and OC are vectors and A(2,3) and B(-4,-2).

How shouldI do a PowerPoint on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian?

How shouldI do a PowerPoint on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian?

How shouldI do a PowerPoint on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian?

How shouldI do a PowerPoint on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian?

There are some great points noted here about creating effective PowerPoint slides for the novel.  Again, please refer to the assignment given for guidance on what to include.It is, however, fine to use the graphics/visuals that are in The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian as long as you cite the page number on which they are found.  One of the highlights of the novel is the graphic component, so one would have to address the visuals when discussing the form and style of the novel.  Further, the visuals provide a point of analysis–the reader learns a great deal about Rowdy as a character after viewing the drawing that Junior makes of him while he is reading that he later scribbles over with an angry face.  So as long as the graphics/visuals are included as a textual reference and cited as such, they may be used.
How shouldI do a PowerPoint on The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian?