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Tutor profile: Saba S.

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Saba S.
Juris Doctor/Doctor of Law
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Subject: Law

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What are the elements of tortuous assault?

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(1) An act by the Defendant that causes reasonable apprehension in the Plaintiff (2) Of immediate harmful or offensive contact to Plaintiff's person (3) Intent - Specific or General Intent (4) Causation - D's act was a substantial factor in causing the harm.

Subject: Political Science

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What is sovereignty?

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Sovereignty means having supreme/ultimate power. For example, if country A is trying to influence the political process of country B, country A would be infringing upon country B's sovereignty. Country A would be trying to break into and impact the political process of country B, and that would impact the country's sovereignty and ability to govern itself.

Subject: Government

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What are the three branches of government, and what are their individual functions?

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The three branches of government are the executive branch, legislative branch, and judicial branch. The executive branch executes the laws created by the legislative branch. The executive branch is the policing mechanism of the legislation created by the legislative branch. The legislative branch is the "law-creating" branch. This branch of government creates and writes out the laws that are to be implemented throughout the United States. The judicial branch is the branch of government that decides the meanings of certain laws, or how they are to be applied. When there is a question about a certain law or a disagreement about the law, this is where the judicial branch comes in. The judicial branch does not write laws; it only affects how the law is to be interpreted.

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