Tim calls his gardener, Joseph, and asks him to place several new plants around his front yard the following Saturday. Joseph, being a devout Seventh Day Adventist and honoring the Sabbath, tells Tim that he will send his best assistant, Greg, to perform the task, and that it will cost $ XXXXXXXXXXTim agrees. Greg, who has worked on and off with Joseph for 3 years, arrives at Tim's house and begins placing the plants at the location where Tim instructed him to do so. As Greg is working, Jeff, a disgruntled business competitor of Tim's, arrives at Tim's house. As Jeff walks up the walkway to get to Tim's house, Greg tells Jeff the following, "hey bud, I'm working here and there's a lot of dirt and water all over the place. With it getting dark now, I advise you going around the other way." Jeff dismisses this warning and continues to walk towards Tim's house. Eventually, when Jeff gets to the area where Greg warned him of, Jeff slips on the water and breaks his arm. Injured, but enraged, Jeff gets up and runs to Tim's house. He arrives to the front door and he sees it slightly upon. Jeff pushes the door fully open, enters the house and see's Tim sitting on the couch. He walks up to Tim and tells him, "thank you for destroying my business" and punches him in the face, breaking Tim's jaw - it will require surgery to fix it. Jeff then leaves. Later that night, Jeff puts on his Facebook account, to which he accidently blocked everyone from viewing, that Tim is a crook and a thief and that no one should do business with him because he will take advantage of them. The next day, Joseph asks Tim for the $500.00 for the work Greg performed. Tim advises Joseph that he will not pay him because Greg's dirty work caused Jeff to fall and break his arm. What civil and criminal issues do you see? Please write an essay addressing the different areas of law that you see in the above fact pattern. Understand that this fact pattern does not cover all areas of law we have studied. It will be your responsibility to spot the relevant legal issues and write about them. Furthermore, when you discuss a relevant area of law, you must discuss why it is relevant, what facts support your argument and what facts might also weaken your argument.