Electronic Resources” Question 1 Determine two (2) methods that paralegals could employ to help keep the cost of e-research affordable. Identify one (1) advantage and one (1) disadvantage for each method. Question 2 From the e-Activity, describe the selected digital source that you have reviewed. Explore the significant way(s) in which the selected technology enables a paralegal to conduct efficient research. Provide one (1) example of an instance where a paralegal should utilize such a resource. LEG 320 Homicide and “Born Alive” Requirement” Question 1 From the e-Activity, give your opinion of Jack Kevorkian’s saying, “dying is not a crime”, and analyze the manner in which his actions rose to the level of homicide. Provide one (1) example of his actions that meet the elements of a homicide. Question 2 Review State v. Lamy, 969 A.2d 451 (N.H. 2009) and the born alive requirement that are discussed in Chapter 10 of the text, determine one (1) ethical issue that may arise from social debate as a result of the requirement in question. Next, speculate upon one (1) approach that the court could take in order to address the ethical issue in question. Justify your response. e-Activity: “The Life and Deaths of Jack Kevorkian (1928–2011)”, located at http://content.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2075644,00.html#ixzz2s1VqmyIt CRJ 325 The Fourth (4th) Amendment: The New Frontier” Question 1 Read the article titled, “Still the American Frontier: Fourth (4th) Amendment Litigation” located at http://wispd.org/attachments/article/220/Still%20the%20American%20Frontier-%20Fourth%20Amendment%20Litigation.pdf. Explain in your own words situations in which the plain view doctrine applies. List other exceptions to this doctrine not mentioned in the text? Please support your response. Question 2 Describe two (2) situations where you feel that strip, body cavity, or x-ray searches would be merited.