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This exam is worth 25 percent of your
grade. It is due by Sunday, April 26 by 11:59 pm EDT. The exam should be five
to eight pages. It tests your knowledge of material in the course textbook. It
also tests your critical thinking skills, ability to make an argument, ability
to write succinctly and your ability to do legal research. It should be double
spaced with 12 fonts. Please be sure to follow the writing rubric and APA
guidelines. Please also place your exam in your assignment folder and in your
Turnitin account.
SECTION
A (20 points)
QUESTION

Please answer the question below:
Give and support two arguments for and two
arguments against partial birth abortion. (Note:
Pages 406 to 407 in Pozgarā€™s textbook will provide some background on the
issue).
SECTION
2 (40 points each)
CASES
1. Johnson v. Misericordia
(Wisconsin Case)
2. National Federation of
Independent Business v. Sebelius (Federal Case)
You are to complete case analyses for both
cases mentioned above. Each analysis is
to be a maximum of two pages. As with all UMUC assignments, the paper is to be
well written and follow APA guidelines.
The paper is to be submitted to Turnitin and your assignment folder.
Your
paper is to follow the following format:
Subject:
Name of the case, the court of jurisdiction, the
justice writing the opinion and the court the case was appealed from.
Facts: What is the major set of facts of the case?
Statement
of the Issue(s): The court opinion has been written
to address a certain issue(s) raised by one of the parties to the litigation.
What are the issue(s) addressed by this opinion.
Rule
of Law: The resolution of the case involves a
rule(s) of law. What is it?
Application: In order for the court to decide the case it must apply the facts
of the case to rule(s) involved. Discuss the application of the facts in this
case to the rule(s). What arguments are presented by opposing parties to the
case? On what legal principle(s) does the case turn?
Conclusion: How the case is decided is sometimes called the holding of the case
i.e. what is (are) the decision(s) rendered by the court in this decision?
Other
Opinions: In some cases, one or more of the judges
not writing majority opinion will write what is called a concurring opinion. It
is an opinion in which the judge agrees with the majority opinion but raises a
different reason for his decision. There also may be a dissenting opinion. It
is written by a judge(s) who does not agree with the majority opinion. Are
there concurring and/or dissenting opinions in the case? Who wrote them and
what was the basis for them concurring or dissenting?
Final
Thoughts: Do
you agree or disagree with the decision? Why or Why not? Do you see any
implications for health administration?