David the Defendant was charged with Sexual battery. His theory of defense was that someone else had sexually assaulted the victim and physically battered her outside the house. To support his defense he sought to offer evidence that the victim was a prostitute. The Government moved to prevent David from making a reference that the victim was a prostitute. The defense argued that the detective in David’s taped statement knew the victim was a prostitute. However, the detective testified before trial and admitted that he had no factual evidence that the victim was a prostitute. Additionally, David was prepared to testify regarding her prostitution activities. Florida’s rape shield law limits evidence of a sexual battery victim’s other sexual activity and reputation evidence of prior sexual conduct. That statute provides in pertinent part: (2) Specific instances of prior consensual sexual activity between the victim and any person other than the offender shall not be admitted into evidence in a prosecution under the sexual battery. However, such evidence may be admitted if it is first established to the court in a proceeding in camera that such evidence may prove that the defendant was not the source of the semen, pregnancy, injury, or disease…. (3) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, reputation evidence relating to a victim’s prior sexual conduct … shall not be admitted into evidence in a prosecution under s
Incentive theories state that we are motivated by positive goals. This motivation can be intrinsic or extrinsic. Think back to a time when you were able to achieve an important goal in your life. Then, ask a friend or family member to tell you about a time when he or she achieved an important goal. Write an essay describing your achievement of a goal and your friend’s or family member’s achievement of a goal using motivational theory of incentives or Yerkes-Dodson law. How were the experiences similar or different? Explain any similarities or differences in the experiences using research from motivational theory.
You should include at least 4 examples in your paper, and devote a significant portion of your paper on discovering common themes that resulted in a disasterous implementation. Once again, this is not a “survey paper”, and I don’t want you to copy from an article that already has determined the “common disaster themes”… instead, I want you to discover those common themes on your own. The final paper has a requirement of between 8-10 pages, 6 references, 1 table, and 1 figure