Hi! I am really sturggling with what I am supposed to be doing for this assinment. Please help!
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Testimoney, not to long, but something along the lines of a simple thank you.
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Imagine you and a friend are at the beach with a metal detector. While looking for coins in the sand, you find an antique ring with someone’s initials and the date 1901 engraved on the inside. As you are packing up to leave, you find a small purse containing $500 and a smart phone that has lost its charge. Write an argument on whether you and your friend should keep the ring, the smart phone, and the money or try to find the owners of each. Be sure you take a position on the question. Then, support your position by explaining your legal responsibilities and your moral responsibilities. Support your decision with evidence from the sources. Make sure you address potential counterarguments in your essay.
(a) Write at least three paragraphs.
(b) Organize your essay in order of importance or in logical order.
(c) Take a stand on whether you and your friend should keep the ring, the smart phone, and the money or try to find the owners of each, and explain your legal responsibilities and your moral responsibilities.
(d) Include relevant facts, details, quotations, and examples in your essay.
(e) Address potential counterarguments in your essay.
(f) Use transitions to create coherence in your writing.
(g) Use precise language to explain the topic.
(h) Provide a conclusion to your essay.
My opinion is that you return it because there are several laws you are breaking, for ex. petty theft. I am just not sure how to word any of it. I have never been good at school writing.