Turner v. United States analysis

Written AssignmentYou are also required to write a paper explaining which position will prevail in the Supreme Court and why you reached this conclusion.This paper should be organized in the following manner:IntroductionFactsLawAnalysisConclusionIntroduction: Assume your reader knows nothing about this case or this issue. The Introduction of the paper should introduce the reader to the case by providing a brief statement of its background, how it got to the Supreme Court (procedural history) and the issue presented to the Court. You should also inform the reader of the conclusion you reach in the paper and a summary statement explaining why.Facts and Law Section: Before you begin, you need to have solid mastery of the relevant facts and law. Preparing the Facts and Law section will help you develop this understanding. In the Facts and Law section you should briefly state the law and Facts. It should be presented in an unbiased manner, meaning not slanted to support either party’s position but as neutral as possible.Analysis Section: The Analysis Section is the most important part of the paper. To support your conclusion, you should discuss and analyze each argument presented by the Petitioner and the Respondent. What is their argument? Make sure that you can state it clearly and succinctly. Does the law support it? Is it persuasive? Why? Dispense with each argument in a logical order. Which side has the better argument under the law? While your opinion is your own, the use of several legal approaches may help validate or legitimize the various parts of your argument.Conclusion: Following your analysis, who should prevail and why.Recall, there are two primary purposes to your paper: first, a careful and close analysis of the case, and a clear expression of your understanding of the course material; and two, a persuasive and powerful argument to support your conclusion. Your papers must be well written, logically organized, and, of course, attentive to issues of grammar and spelling. The paper may be no more than five pages.