In a sunny, breezy, Sunday afternoon in late October 2016, Regina George was holding a town hall style campaign meeting in hopes of securing her bid for the United States Senate. Being back in her hometown was exciting for Regina given the travel associated with her busy campaign schedule. As such, Regina opted to leave straight from the campaign event and meet up with some friends at a restaurant in downtown. While pulling into a parking space at “The,” the hip new spot in the Arts District, Regina noticed a person standing on the sidewalk with a hat covering their face. Regina exited the car and as she walked around the front side she was struck in the face with an egg. In doing so, Regina dropped her cell phone. The person who threw the egg, Cady, disliked Regina’s position on global climate change. When throwing the egg Cady yelled, "Your policies will kill us all!" As Cady began to flee the scene she noticed the cell phone on the ground. She picked the phone up, put it in her purse and said, "I’m sure there is nothing on here you wouldn’t mind the public seeing," and then ran into an alley. Cady was arrested the next day after two witnesses positively identified her to responding officers. Cady has denied all involvement. Upon a search of Cady’s home, the cell phone of Regina was located. The search was lawful. Regina will be meeting with your boss, the District Attorney for the County of Ventura to learn what crimes Cady will be charged with. The District Attorney has asked you to prepare a memorandum describing whether Cady can be charged with the following crimes: burglary, assault, robbery and battery. (This essay is scored out of 20 points, and 10 points of extra credit are available for exemplary responses.) foucs also on exemplary responses I uplod notes from class and one of the file there is describe how to write it.
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