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    1. words/phrases that is/area central to this dispute. Basically what needs to be defined"

    To begin with, The law enforcement deputy committed a bribery by offering a child money to take action against his own mother.

    Secondly, the law enforcement deputy caused intentional infliction of emotional distrust by psychologically damaging the mothers relationship with the child.



    2.thesis/main claim
    3. type of reasoning
    4.explain why argument of definition deserves attention. what is at stake for those involved in the case? Why is it important for the judge to consider.
    5.discuss the key challenges you anticipate in preparing your argument . Defining a key term? establish the essential and sufficient elements of your definition? Demonstrating subject meet condition.


    Need help with those questions please.
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    lol. this website could only help on finishing your quest task
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