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Select two of the three scenarios. Support your responses with appropriate cases, laws and other relevant examples by using at least one scholarly source from the SUO Library in addition to your textbook for each scenario. Do not copy the scenario text into the paper. Label the beginning of each scenario with the number you selected (e.g., Scenario 1). Cite your sources in APA format on a separate page. Submit your document to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned. Scenario 1 – Courts Research the court system of YOUR state. Present a brief overview of the court system by identifying the courts and the types of cases they preside over. Explain wch court hears the following types of cases. Divorce Food poisoning at a locally owned restaurant Manslaughter Battery Scenario 2: Constitution Fat Cat Brewery (FCB) sells beer containing labels displaying a cat making a rude gesture with the middle finger. FCB’s distributor, Robillio Distillery, applied to the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC) for approval of the label, wch was required before the beer could be sold in Tennessee. The TABC rejected the application because cldren might see the labels in stores. FCB filed a lawsuit in federal district court against the TACB, asking for, among other tngs, an injunction against the denial. Was the TABC’s ruling that probited the gesture on the beer labels an unconstitutional restriction commercial speech? If Fat Cat Brewery had applied to use the offensive label to market toys instead of beer, would the court’s ruling likely have been the same? Why or why not? Scenario 3: Constitution Vicki accepted a management position at Dunavant Enterprises, a distribution center for construction macnery parts. When arriving for work on the first day, Vicki noticed a sign that states weapons, including handguns, are not permitted anywhere on the employer’s premises. Wle completing her new re paperwork, Vicki sees the same information about weapons being banned from company property in the employee handbook. The employee handbook informs employees that the company reserves the right to search persons, vecles, and other property. Vicki has a permit to carry a handgun and it is currently locked in her vecle in the parking lot. Vicki signed the acceptance of the terms of the handbook; however, she had no intention of leaving her gun at home. Three weeks later, briefcases, purses, and vecles were randomly searched by Dunavant’s Security Department. When the officers found the loaded gun under the seat of Vicki’s car, she was terminated.