Read/watch all assigned materials listed for the week in Overview.
Read/watch all assigned materials listed for the week in Overview.Submit learning activities to the correct weekâ€™s Learning Activity tab in the Assignment Folder.Put your name on your uploaded file. Refer to course materials, cases, and/or statutes to support conclusions. Review the grading rubric for Learning Activities.Learning Activity: due 11:59 pm ET, ThursdayBernie Franks, Director of Paralegals, and your supervisor for the summer internship program, has prepared a research and analysis assignment for the summer interns that represents an exercise you might complete as a paralegal after graduation. You are to use the scenarios below that Bernie prepared for the assignment.The clients in the scenarios below are represented by the same attorney in a law firm in the fictitious state of Ozland. Each of the clients has similar issues. As a law firm’s paralegal, you are tasked with preparing an analysis about each clientâ€™s case and reporting to the firm attorney representing the clients.Provide the information requested below in a report to Bernie in the format specified below. This report has two parts.InstructionsStatute: The (simplified) Ozland Motor Vehicle Laws describe Operating Under the Influence of Drugs or Alcohol (OUI) as follows:”Any person who operates a vehicle on a state or local public right of way, or has open access to such right of way, while under the influence of drugs or alcohol at any time, may be arrested upon probable cause for such operation.”PLEASE NOTE: This is all the information given for the purposes of this exercise – do not make any suppositions beyond what you are given herein.Part I: Scenario 1Analyze and evaluate the following scenario, answering the questions that follow the scenario.SCENARIO 1: Taylor attended a local display of Fourth of July fireworks at the Fairgrounds in Martinsville, Ozland. Taylor was a part of the beer party afterward. Taylor owns a farm nearby and had come to the Fairgrounds by a horse-drawn wagon. Headed home, along Ozland State Highway 102, and very near to the farm, another local police officer pulled the horse and wagon over, only to find Taylor asleep in the back of the wagon. The horse, being in familiar territory near the farm, had continued along the highway after Taylor fell asleep. Taylor appeared to be passed out from partying, and there were empty beer cans and an empty vodka bottle in the wagon. There was a very strong odor of alcohol present. The officer arrested Taylor on the spot for OUI.A. Does the Ozland statute apply and why or why not?B. Do the facts satisfy each element of the Ozland statute?C. What is the likely outcome of Taylor’s case?Part II: Scenario 2Analyze and evaluate the following scenario, answering the questions that follow the scenario.SCENARIO 2. Janni, on her way home from the same Fairgrounds fireworks display, drove to a nearby town in Ozland to get something to eat at McDonald’s. She drove through the McDonaldâ€™s drive-through order lane to pick up her food order. As she exited the drive-through lane and was still on McDonald’s property, she was stopped by a police officer, and ordered to take a field sobriety test. She failed the test and was immediately arrested for OUI.A. Does the Ozland statute apply and why or why not?B. Do the facts satisfy each element of the Ozland statute?C. What is the likely outcome of Janni’s case?FormatResearch ReportTO: Bernie Franks, Director of ParalegalsFROM: (your name)RE: Ozland OUI StatuteDATE:Label each section of the report as follows.Part I: Scenario 1A. Does the Ozland statute apply and why or why not?B. Do the facts satisfy each element of the Ozland statute?C. What is the likely outcome of Taylor’s case?Part II: Scenario 2A. Does the Ozland statute apply and why or why not?B. Do the facts satisfy each element of the Ozland statute?C. What is the likely outcome of Janni’s case?Umuc online course username: JMARTN Password: Taisha828 Introduction to law week 7 content for additional information