ESSAY HELP | Topic: Self-Defense Nightmare

The purpose of this paper is to provide practical application of material learned by developing concepts presented in the textbook and presentations. The paper must be at least 6 pages (double spaced, 12-point font). The 6 pages must include a title page and a page of references.

In order to write this paper, you will need to carefully study the materials and concepts that you have gathered and analyzed in this class. Stylistic points such as spelling and grammar will be considered in grading. Your paper must be in current Turabian format. Doing the minimum amount of work does not guarantee a perfect score.


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Topic: Self-Defense Nightmare
The research paper has 2 steps. First, you will analyze the situation provided in the case study. Then, you will apply the concepts learned in this course in order to answer the questions provided.

Be sure to use any information you can gather to answer your questions including any actual cases you can provide as factual support for your conclusions.


The Scenario:
Jack Bond, a renowned self-defense instructor working for a local community recreation center, wished to give a real life learning experience to his students. Unbeknownst to his class, Bond decided that he would surreptitiously pay an actor to come in to the middle of one of his classes and attack Bond. Then, Bond could show his class how to defend themselves in a real-world setting.
The actor, Christie Steeple, showed up one evening to class. She entered via the side door and immediately began screaming at Bond that he was a “no-good man” and that “he was going to get what he had coming to him.” She then charged at him and began to choke him.
As he was being choked and was about to demonstrate his self-defense tactics, one of his students, Kelly Knight, ran forward and attempted to stab Steeple with a pen in an effort to protect her teacher. Unfortunately, because Knight is new to class, she had bad aim and missed Steeple – striking another student, Larry Lark, in the leg. However, Bob Eagen has been a member of the class for months. He used a manipulative technique to throw Steeple down to the ground and while doing so broke her arm.
As Bond feared, several students did not know how to react to what they perceived as an actual attacker. They cowered in fear in corners screaming and sobbing and required months of intensive counseling after the incident in order to regain their confidence.

Sadly, one of the students, Sandy Slep, was so devastated after watching what she believed was an actual attack that she fled the building. She sprinted across the street and was struck by a car – killing her instantly.

As a part of your essay please fully explain the following using tort concepts learned in this course.

Additionally, please fully analyze the following scenarios:
• Does Steeple have a successful claim against Bond? On what basis?
• Would Steeple have a successful claim against Eagen? On what basis?
• Does Lark have any successful claims against Knight? Against Bond?
• Do any of the students who fled into corners have successful claims and against whom?
• What claims revolve around Sandy Slep and against whom?


Please justify all of your answers with supportive examples and list all sources.

Lastly, be sure to analyze what types of damages would be awarded in successful claims and why those damages are appropriate.


Self-Defense Nightmare

Jack Bond is the primary cause of the self-defense nightmare. He was negligent by secretly paying Steeple to attack him in the class without the knowledge of his students so that he can demonstrate real-life self-defense techniques. Parties involved in the case can successfully sue Bond for the nightmare. The tort of negligence can apply in the case of Bond since he had a duty of care for his | PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW AT | the responsibility of informing the class that he was going to demonstrate real-life defense techniques through a fictitious attack by Steeple. He had the obligation of informing his students to avoid any unnecessary harm to the students. He was reasonable enough to know that Steeple’s assaults would lead to students rising to defend him, and in the process, others may get injured.

Additionally, he should have informed Steeple about the expected reaction from the students so that she could have taken precautionary measures to avoid injury. Kelly Knight reacted in defense of | PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW AT | permitted in a self-defense incident. A person is permitted to defend another person who is in danger. However, her action of wanting to stab Steeple with a pen to protect the teacher can be considered as applying unreasonable force which ended up in injuring Larry Lark. Bob Eagen, applied manipulative techniques to throw Steeple to the ground, and in the process, she broke | PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW AT | excessive force in the self-defense case, which is also prosecutable as it is against applying deadly force in a situation that did not warrant such a massive…


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