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IT-365 2-2 Run the Code: System Calls

I am needing help with this. You can use Netbeans that is downloaded on your computer.InstructionsThe system calls code represents an application program interface (API) that is referenced in Section 2.3 of the text to demonstrate a system call in a file system.
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Read the following case and answer the questions immediately following. Commonwealth v. Schnopps, 417 N.E.2d 1213 (Mass. 1981) On

Read the following case and answer the questions immediately following.

Commonwealth v. Schnopps, 417 N.E.2d 1213 (Mass. 1981)
On October 13, 1979, Marilyn R. Schnopps was fatally shot by her estranged husband George A. Schnopps. A jury convicted Schnopps of murder in the first degree, and he was sentenced to the mandatory term of life imprisonment. Schnopps claims that the trial judge erred by refusing to instruct the jury on voluntary manslaughter. We agree. We reverse and order a new trial.

We summarize those facts. Schnopps testified that his wife had left him three weeks prior to the slaying. He claims that he first became aware of the problems in his fourteen-year marriage at a point about six months before the slaying. According to the defendant, on that occasion he took his wife to a club to dance, and she spent the evening dancing with a coworker. On arriving home, the defendant and his wife argued over her conduct. She told him that she no longer loved him and that she wanted a divorce. Schnopps became very upset. He admitted that he took out his shotgun during the course of this argument, but he denied that he intended to use it.

During the next few months, Schnopps argued frequently with his wife. The defendant accused her of seeing another man, but she steadfastly denied the accusations. On more than one occasion Schnopps threatened his wife with physical harm. He testified he never intended to hurt his wife but only wanted to scare her so that she would end the relationship with her coworker.

One day in September, 1979, the defendant became aware that the suspected boyfriend used a “signal” in telephoning Schnopps’ wife. Schnopps used the signal, and his wife answered the phone with “Hi, Lover.” She hung up immediately when she recognized Schnopps’ voice. That afternoon she did not return home. Later that evening, she informed Schnopps by telephone that she had moved to her mother’s house and that she had the children with her. She 180*180 told Schnopps she would not return to their home. Thereafter she “froze [him] out,” and would not talk to him. During this period, the defendant spoke with a lawyer about a divorce and was told that he had a good chance of getting custody of the children, due to his wife’s “desertion and adultery.”

On the day of the killing, Schnopps had asked his wife to come to their home and talk over their marital difficulties. Schnopps told his wife that he wanted his children at home, and that he wanted the family to remain intact. Schnopps cried during the conversation, and begged his wife to let the children live with him and to keep their family together. His wife replied, “No, I am going to court, you are going to give me all the furniture, you are going to have to get the Hell out of here, you won’t have nothing.” Then, pointing to her crotch, she said, “You will never touch this again, because I have got something bigger and better for it.”

On hearing those words, Schnopps claims that his mind went blank, and that he went “berserk.” He went to a cabinet and got out a pistol he had bought and loaded the day before, and he shot his wife and himself. When he “started coming to” as a result of the pain of his self-inflicted wound, he called his neighbor to come over and asked him to summon help. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, and the defendant was arrested and taken to the hospital for treatment of his wound.

The issue raised by Schnopps’ appeal is whether in these circumstances the judge was required to instruct the jury on voluntary manslaughter. Instructions on voluntary manslaughter must be given if there is evidence of provocation deemed adequate in law to cause the accused to lose his self-control in the heat of passion, and if the killing followed the provocation before sufficient time had elapsed for the accused’s temper to cool.

Schnopps argues that “[t]he existence of sufficient provocation is not foreclosed absolutely because a defendant learns of a fact from oral statements rather than from personal observation,” Schnopps asserts that his wife’s statements constituted a “peculiarly immediate and intense offense to a spouse’s sensitivities.” He concedes that the words at issue are indicative of past as well as present adultery. Schnopps claims, however, that his wife’s admission of adultery was made for the first time on the day of the killing, and hence the evidence of provocation was sufficient to trigger jury consideration of voluntary manslaughter as a possible verdict.

The Commonwealth quarrels with the defendant’s claim, asserting that the defendant knew of his wife’s infidelity for some months, and hence the killing did not follow immediately upon the provocation. Therefore, the Commonwealth concludes, a manslaughter instruction would have been improper. The flaw in the Commonwealth’s argument is that conflicting testimony and inferences from the evidence are to be resolved by the trier of fact, not the judge.

Withdrawal of the issue of voluntary manslaughter in this case denied the jury the opportunity to pass on the defendant’s credibility in the critical aspects of his testimony. The 182*182 portion of Schnopps’ testimony concerning provocation created a factual dispute between Schnopps and the Commonwealth. It was for the jury, not the judge, to resolve the factual issues raised by Schmopps’ claim of provocation.

We do not question the propriety of the verdict returned by the jury. However, based on the defendant’s testimony, voluntary manslaughter was a possible verdict. Therefore, it was error to withhold “from the consideration of the jury another verdict which, although they might not have reached it, was nevertheless open to them upon the evidence.”

For the reasons stated, the judgment of the Superior Court is reversed, the verdict of murder in the first degree is set aside, and the case remanded for a new trial.

Were the wife’s comments so shocking as to be tantamount to the defendant’s actually catching her in an adulterous act with her lover?
What are the implications of extending the provocation doctrine in infidelity cases from actually witnessing a spouse committing adultery to learning about it verbally?

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research more thoroughly the concept of “victim-less” crimes. What did your research indicate they are? What is a list

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Critically think through your list from above.

Do you agree that some crimes are truly victimless? Why or why not? Be specific.

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Why do you want to work toward this particular degree?
What previous academic and personal experiences will assist you as you work toward that degree?
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What is the “entrapment?”

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