Applying IRAC Method in a Case

Applying IRAC Method in a Case

Applying IRAC Method in a Case: In this project you will be asked to review the fact patterns and apply the information learned in class to complete the assignment. I have included resources to help guide you in the drafting of the assignment. You will be required to submit a 3 legal memorandum which follows the IRAC method.,In this project you will be asked to review the fact patterns and apply the information learned in class to complete the assignment. I have included resources to help guide you in the drafting of the assignment. You will be required to submit a 3 legal memorandum which follows the IRAC method.

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Semester Project Instructions:In this project you will be asked to review the fact patterns and apply the information learned in class to complete the assignment. I have included resources to help guide you in the drafting of the assignment. You will be required to submit a 3 legal memorandum which follows the IRAC method. In this method you are expected to identify the ISSUE presented to you, identify the RULE(s) that are applicable, APPLY the rule(s) to the case and provide your CONCLUSION. This is not a short answer assignment and it will require careful analysis.

I will post a link to submit rough drafts and will accept them until ten days prior to the deadline to submit the final paper. As with any writing assignment you will be required to submit the work through safe assign and you will be required to submit your own work product and clearly cite any work not your own. This project represents a significant portion of your final grade and you should plan on devoting substantial time and effort.

The project consists of THREE individual memorandums representing fact patterns based on the material covered in the course. You will be required to submit all three memorandums. In other words you must complete the assignment in full and you do not have the option of picking any one of the fact patterns to submit. You must write 3 separate memorandums to complete the assignment.

The assignment counts for 30% of your grade and it is essential that you devote significant time to researching your answers, properly drafting, and effectively editing it. In other words waiting until the day before the deadline will not put you in the best place to get a good grade. I strongly urge you to reach out to the Center for Academic Success (CAS) and the Library for help.

The intent of the project is to provide you with a degree of experience in drafting work products that you can expect at the professional level. If you have any questions please contact me.

Sample Case: Applying IRAC Method in a Case

Case Study

Issue

Should a personal be exempted from punishment for converting the government land into personal use based on omission?

Rule

No, an omission from the law of any mention of intent should not be eliminated from the defined crimes.

Analysis

The main question, in this case, was on whether Morissette should be charged for embezzling or converting the property of the United States for personal use or not. While the intention of the offender is a matter to consider in the ruling, its existence must be scrutinized in terms of its relevance to the evidence provided. In this case, Morisette loaded three tones of a truck into the U.S land which was used as a practice bombing range (“Morissette V. United States, 342 U.S. 246 (1952),” n.d.). The government disposed bomb casings in heaps on the field. Furthermore, Morissette converted the land in daylight while people observed (“Morissette V. United States, 342 U.S. 246 (1952),” n.d.). From the case, it is apparent that Morissette did not have the intention of stealing the land; however, they thought that the property was abandoned. However, how could one get into an alien property without inquiring about its ownership? Besides, he knew that the property belonged to the government as evident in his response. Despite having no intention, he knowingly, willfully and unlawfully converted the government land to personal property.

Conclusion

Morissette was charged for converting the government property to personal use. The evidence provided on the intent is not solid to the case and thus non-standing. He charged with a two months imprisonment or pay a $ 200 fine (“Morissette V. United States, 342 U.S. 246 (1952),” n.d.). The decision was just and appropriate based on the facts and evidence provided. He was aware of the law but acted against the law despite not having the intention to steal the land.

 

Reference

Morissette V. United States, 342 U.S. 246 (1952). (n.d.). Justia Law. https://supreme.justia.com/cases/federal/us/342/246/

 

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