Posted: June 11th, 2022

Prisoner Rightass

CRJ335 – Prisoner’s Rights
Case Study Assignment 5
Due:11:59 pm Sunday of Unit 6.

A case study brief includes a summary of the facts; identification of the legal issue; and a summary of the
holding of the court. The holding is the essential part of the decision and the rationale behind the decision.
The case study brief must be your summary of the facts and holding. A guide to writing a case study brief
can be found under the Course Information Section in a PDF file.

The case for this week is:
Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community, et. al.
No. 12-515

The paper shall be in APA format, typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, and shall not have been turned
in previously to any other instructor for any other course or assignment.Paper length is 2-3 pages not to
include the cover page or bibliography.It is to be submitted as a Microsoft Word Document. The
case study shall be an individual effort and not a group project.Since criminal justice is a social science,
the writing requirements of the American Psychological Association, otherwise known as the APA, will
be in effect for the research paper assignment.

Please refer to page two for the grading rubric

Students:Be sure to read the criteria, by which your paper will be evaluated, before you write,
and again after you write.

Case Study Rubric

CRITERIA Deficient
(0 – 40 Points)
Development Needed to
(40-80 Points)
to Exemplary
(80 – 100 Points)
(100 Pts.)
APA Format,
Font size,
Does not follow
formatting or required
font size or in Times
New Roman.
(Points 0-4)
Follows basic formatting.
May not cite sources
properly in text or
Bibliography not correct.
(Points 4 – 8)
Follows the APA
formatting including
sources in text.

(Points 8 – 10)

Length of
Does not meet the
minimum requirements.
(Points 0 – 4)
Meets the minimum
(Points 4 – 8)
Exceeds the minimum
(Points 8 – 10)

Safe Assign
Over 20 % of paper

(Points 0 – 4)
11 – 20 % of paper

(Points 4 – 8)
0 – 10 % of paper

(Points 8– 10)

elements of a
0-2 elements covered
(Points 0 – 8)
3-5 elements covered
(Points 8 – 16)
6-7 elements covered
(Points 16 – 20)

Decision and
Does not or barely
explains reasoning of
the decision.
(Points 0 – 10)
States correct decision but
partially explain reasoning
of the decision
(Points 10 – 20)
States correct decision
and completely
explain reasoning of
the decision.
(Points 20 – 25)

Analysis of
Does not or barely
evaluates significance.
(Points 0 – 10)
Partially evaluates
(Points 10 – 20)
Completely evaluates
(Points 20 – 25)

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