Description For the third essay, due in Unit 6, you will focus on crimes against property. We will research English Common Law for one of the crimes against property describing the elements and research a state statute for the same crime and explain those elements. Finally compare and contrast English common law to the modern statute the elements from each version. Each written assignment shall be written in Microsoft Word and submitted through the Turnitin system which provides the student and the instructor with information concerning how much of the essay was taken directly from sources. Be sure to write your essays in your own words to show your understanding. You a minute ago . A third essay will discuss a crime against property. Select a state and its statute making an act a crime. (e.g. stealing) Research the historical common law for that crime. Based on your research, compare the current criminal statute with the historical common law to see how the elements of the crime have evolved. Write a short essay, 1,250 words or five typewritten or computer-generated pages, describing the elements of the current state statute, the elements of the historical common law, and comparing the elements and how they have changed. Discuss possible reasons for the changes in the elements, how the interaction of criminal justice agencies and the law may have contributed to these changes, and suggest new changes in the statute, based on society’s needs today. Each of your three essays must include: A cover page Introduction Description of the elements of the crime under historical common law Description of the elements of the current state statute for that crime Compare how the elements of the crime have changed from the historical common law to the current state statute Discuss possible reasons for the changes Suggest new changes in the statute, based on society’s needs today Reference page, using APA style You must demonstrate that you understand the terminology and the concepts used in criminal law. You must write using APA format for all source citations in both the body of the essay and in the reference page.