Evaluate and summarize FIVE credible, college-level sources relevant to your next essay assignment.

Since you want the information and ideas you use from outside sources to be credible and persuasive, this assignment will allow you to evaluate and summarize FIVE credible, college-level sources relevant to your next essay assignment. Note: general Internet sources such as Spark Notes, Cliff\’s Notes, and Wikipedia are NOT acceptable sources for essays in this course. Do not use Google for college-level research papers, except to gather introductory general knowledge of the subject. Also, educational sources that are aimed at a grade-school audience are not acceptable. Please use the SCC Library or another library for your research.If in doubt, ask a librarian.TOPIC OF YOUR NEXT ESSAY ASSIGNMENT:Great TrialsJustice cannot be for one side alone, but must be for both.- Eleanor RooseveltWhat is justice? How might it be served or obstructed? Choose one of the great trials from the list and thoroughly explore the case. Decide whether justice was served in this case, and fully support your position.Starting place for research:Click here to read about the trials.Please choose from this list of approved trials:1. Trial of Galileo (1633)2. Salem Witchcraft Trials (1692)3. Lizzie Borden Trial (1892)4. Triangle Shirtwaist Fire (1911)5. Leo Frank Trial (1913)6. Scopes “Monkey” Trial (1925)7. Alger Hiss Trials (1949-50)8. Rosenberg Trial (1951)9. Sam Sheppard Trial (1954 & 66)10. Nelson Mandela Trial (1963-1964)11. The Lenny Bruce Trial (1964)12. Chicago 8 Trial (1969-70)13. Clinton Impeachment Trial (1999)14. Zimmerman (\”Trayvon Shooting\”)Guidelines for Writing an Evaluative Annotated BibliographyThe evaluative annotated bibliography prepares the student to write a research paper. Each annotation summarizes, evaluates, and connects the source to the working thesis of an essay assignment.Organization:Annotate a minimum of five secondary sources, which are credible and varied.Thesis: Precede the annotated bibliography with a working thesis statement.Citation: Precede each annotation with its citation in MLA format.Summary: Include two to three sentences that address the type, purpose, and topics of the source.Evaluation: Include two to three sentences that address the reliability, currency, and objectivity of the source.Usefulness of Source: Consider how this source may be used as support in your essay.Format:Follow MLA document design.Review format for an Annotated Bibliography on the SCC Library handout: http://library.sccsc.edu/SubjectGuides/english/annotated-bibliography.aspArrange the annotated bibliography alphabetically.Do not use direct quotations in the annotated bibliography.Attach rubric/checklist to the final assignment.For more information, see discussion at Purdue OWL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/