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Essay #2 (Comparison/contrast) Topic: 800-1000 words Tomlin, Adrianna, and Kalie
Essay #2 (Comparison/contrast) Topic:
Tomlin, Adrianna, and Kalief Browder were all arrested based on very flimsy or questionable evidence. However, Tomlin and Adrianna were released a few weeks after their arrests, while Kalief Browder was detained for three years. Explain why Browder’s detention, compared to Tomlin and Adrianna’s, dragged for so long even though New York has time limits on how long a defendant can be detained without trial.
Introduction, similarities of the cases, thesis. 100 words.
Body paragraph 1: The lab test in Tomlin’s case. The lack of such exonerating evidence in Browder’s case. 200 words.
Body paragraph 2: The hard work of Adriann’a public defender. Browder’s public defender’s lack of attention to his case. 200 words.
Body paragraph 3: The time limit for holding defendants without trial. Tactics were used by the Bronx court for evading the time limit in Browder’s case. 200 words.
Conclusion: Summary of main ideas and call for action. 100 words.
1. Write a thesis statement at the end of the introduction.
2. Start your body paragraphs with topic sentences.
3. Support your ideas with a short quotation and/or a statistic from a source (reading) in each of your body paragraphs.
4. Refer to at least three sources: Pinto’s “Bail Trap”, Gonnerman’s “Three Years at Rikers” and “Kalief Browder” or another source of your choice.
5. Use proper in-text citation format. Here are two formats:
According to Jennifer Gonnerman, “…..”
According to research, “….” (Pinto).
6. List the three sources at the end of essay. See the format information I provided in “Essay #1 Topic and Guidelines.” Arrange the three sources in alphabetical order according to their last names.
7. Express your ideas in your own words. Do not copy sentences from the readings without acknowledging your sources. Do not use long quotations. Do not over-quote.
8. Pay attention to sentence structure, verb forms, verb tenses, word choice, and grammar. Proofread carefully.
9. Use #12 font, double space (Double space makes it easier for me to write my comments and for you to read my comments), save as a doc or pdf file, and submit using the view/complete button in “Essay Submissions.”