Hi,I have attached the work that has already been done with the notes. and below

Hi,I have attached the work that has already been done with the notes. and below is just the original prompt so you would have an idea. Topic “Rights of Children & Individuals with Disabilities”
Read & Cite Required Resources: APA in-text citations “Child Forensic Interviewing Best Practices” from the U.S. Department of Justice
“CA Bill Says 10-year Old CANNOT Waive Miranda Rights” from the Chronicle of Social Change
SB-1052 Custodial interrogation: Juveniles
The Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Use Google Scholar to search for articles on SB-1052 Custodial interrogation: Juveniles
This is an argumentative essay and you will need to read the required reading (and review recommended readings) to investigate the topic, collect, generate and evaluate the evidence provided and establish a position in a concise manner so your paper is well organized. Argumentative Writing Assignment: Write an organized argument for or against SB-1052. You will need to explain whether you believe children who are suspects in a crime should be afforded the same rights as children who have been victims or witnesses of crime (Thesis Statement).
This is an argumentative essay and you will need to read the required reading (and review recommended readings) to investigate the topic, collect, generate and evaluate the evidence provided and establish a position in a concise manner.
Paragraph One: Intro and Thesis Statement – A clear, concise, and defined thesis statement that occurs in the first paragraph of the essay. Writer clearly takes a stand in support of the issue or in opposition to the issue. Highlight all three supporting evidence main ideas in Intro Paragraph.
Paragraph Two: Body of Paper-Supporting Evidence Main Idea #1
The body of the essay includes supporting evidence closely aligned to the argument. Paragraph two will discuss one main idea with a logical connection to the thesis statement directly supporting the thesis statement with evidence. How and why the evidence supports the thesis is clearly explained. Please include one sentence about the differing/opposing point of view regarding the topic.
Paragraph Three: Body of Paper-Supporting Evidence Main Idea #2
The body of the essay includes supporting evidence closely aligned to the argument. Paragraph three will discuss the second main idea with a logical connection to the thesis statement directly supporting the thesis statement with evidence. How and why the evidence supports the thesis is clearly explained. Please include one sentence about the differing/opposing point of view regarding the topic.
Paragraph Four: Body of Paper-Supporting Evidence Main Idea #3
The body of the essay includes supporting evidence closely aligned to the argument. Paragraph four will discuss the third main idea with a logical connection to the thesis statement directly supporting the thesis statement with evidence. How and why the evidence supports the thesis is clearly explained. Please include one sentence about the differing/opposing point of view regarding the topic.
Paragraph Five: Conclusion
Final paragraph wrapping up thesis statement argument and supporting evidence topics 1-3. The conclusion does not simply restate the thesis, but readdresses it in light of the evidence provided. The conclusion is effective and logical synthesizing the information presented in the body of the essay. Restating why the topic is important and does not introduce any new ideas.
APA Format: Paper has correct APA format, including the title page, in-text citations, and Reference Page. The paper uses APA formatting for spacing and font and meets the required minimum length of 2-3 pages of writing.
After reading the Child Forensic Interviewing Best Practicesfrom the U.S. Department of Education and the California Bill Says a 10-Year-Old Cannot Waive Miranda Rights (Links to an external site.) from the Chronicle of Social Change, think about the difference between how we approach interviewing children or the disabled when they are witnesses or victims of a crime and how we currently interview children or the disabled when they are suspected of committing a crime here in California.SB-1052 Custodial Interrogation: Juveniles (Links to an external site.) passed in both the State Assembly and State Senate but was returned to California Legislature for further action and is still an active bill in progress redesigned as SB-395.There is tremendous support and opposition to the this bill.Supporting the changes are parents who tell the stories of their children being interrogated, provided by community groups like the Albert Cobarrubias Justice Project. What It was Like When My Child Was Interrogated by Police (Links to an external site.)Opposition to the bill comes from the California Sheriffs Association (Links to an external site.) and California District Attorneys Association (Links to an external site.) who remain firmly opposed.For this assignment,compose an argument for or against SB-1052 (SB-395) explaining whether you believe children who are suspects in a crime should be afforded the same rights as children who have been victims or witnesses of crime.This will be an argumentative essay and you will need to investigate the topic, collect, generate and evaluate the evidence provided and establish a position in a concise manner.Follow the guidelines for Argumentative Essays (Links to an external site.) from the Purdue Online Writing Lab.Please note: Use Times New Roman 12pt font and double space your assignment. Include a title page and a separate reference page with correct APA formatting. The body of your paper should be no more than five paragraphs and should be 1 to 2 pages long, not including the title page and reference page.
Requirements: maybe 1-2 extra from the original.

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