ThomasL CRJU E314CP1 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR CP ASSIGNMENT...

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR CP ASSIGNMENT SUBMISSIONS Your completed assignment is due no later than Monday February 2 nd at Midnight (i.e. before February 3 rd ) . Assignments received after the deadline are subject to having points deducted as specified on page 3 of the syllabus. To receive full credit for the assignment, do the following : 1. Type your name on the top of the first page where indicated and check your work to make sure you have answered all questions as required before you submit your work. 2. Save your completed assignment with a new file name in the following format: “Last Name First Initial CRJU E314CP1”, as appropriate for the word processing software you are using. Thus, my assignment , saved as a Microsoft Word 2007 file, would be saved as “smithwcrjue314cp1.docx” Your document may be saved as an MS Word (.doc or .docx file extensions), WordPerfect (.wpd file extension), Rich Text (.rtf file extension) or Adobe Portable Document (.pdf file extension) file. If you are using Microsoft Works (.wps), please convert the file to a Rich Text file. You may do this by clicking “Save As” and then specifying Rich Text (.rtf) as the format in which the file is to be saved. 3. Send your completed assignment as an e-mail attachment addressed to me at [email protected] . -Do not copy and paste the assignment into the body of an e-mail. -Do not create and submit a separate document. Use this document. -Do not delete any parts of the assignment, including this instructions page. 4. On the Subject line of your e-mail indicate “CRJU E314 CP1.” 5. If your e-mail address does not indicate your last name (example: [email protected] ) please include your name, either in the “Subject” line of the e-mail, or in the body of the e-mail itself. This will help to insure that your assignment gets into the correct class folder and that I don’t, inadvertently, place it in my other class’ file folder and fail to give you credit for the assignment.
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  • Spring '09
  • Smith
  • Law, Supreme Court of the United States, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, U.S. District court

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