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For this assignment you will write a formal legal brief on a cybersecurity case, United States v. Nosal. You may find it helpful to use your textbook, the Internet  for additional information about the case or the criminal charges.The case brief has to follow the IRAC method (please go to the following web site for help with IRAC Format http://www.lawnerds.com/guide/irac.html), made up of  the following.FACTS (including who were the petitioner(s) and respondent(s); who delivered the opinion of the Court; and  a brief background of the case):ISSUE: (The problem of law)RULE: (The court’s resolution of the problem of law)ANALYSIS:CONCLUSION:Your case brief should be double spaced and not exceed 4 pages in length. For the most part the content of the brief should be in your own words. You should paraphrase and simplify the words of the court in the full court opinion to concise wording in your brief. At times, you may want to use the exact wording from the court opinion. In these circumstances, please be sure to use quotation marks and proper Blue Book citation.  Make sure you cite legal materials used in Blue Book format. Refer to the Resources for more information on Blue Book citation.  Please upload in the Assignments section. Good Luck!4 complete pagesAPA Format6 sources minimumPay special attention to the slide presentation on how to brief a case; if insufficient for your needs, consider using a search engine to find other examples of how to brief cases.·Cybercrime and cyber related crimes:  http://www.powershow.com/view/1ad899-OWY2Y/Cybercrime_and_Cyberrelated_Crimes_powerpoint_ppt_presentation·Cybercrime:  http://www.slideshare.net/sanjay_jhaa/cyber-crimeppt-1?qid=efdc35d3-69a9-49eb-a0cb-44c6a115207f&v=qf1&b=&from_search=54·Writing Case briefs:  http://www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/lawschool/pre-law/how-to-brief-a-case.page