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    The Case Of Steven Avery

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    community. In 1985, Steven was arrested in his home at about 11:50 at night, charged with rape an assault against someone named Penny Bernsteen. Penny was attacked on a beach nearby her house where she was going on a run. A man she’s never seen before attacked and sexually assaulted her. When she went to the police station and gave a description, Judy Dvorak instantly said “Oh that sounds an awful lot like Steven Avery” and from there this case was centered on Avery. The police only showed picture of Avery, and the drawing of the witness’s description, was just a drawing of an older photo the police had of Avery back from 1982. With the drawing and the witness’s statement as their only evidence, the police fled to Avery’s house to make an arrest. That night, the same day of the attack, Steven was arrested at 11:50 PM. Even with many witnesses, including a store clerk, proving that Steven was nowhere near the crime scene at the time of the crime, he was sent to prison anyway. Steven was in prison for 18 years for a crime that he has never committed. During the duration of his time in jail, the innocence project decided to pick up Steven Avery’s case, claiming there was no DNA evidence that placed him at the crime scene. The innocent project resurfaced this case and used their newer technology with DNA, finding that from the skin under Penny Bernsteen’s nails, were holding a deferent allele than Avery and Bernsteen, who shared this same. There were also 13 pubic hairs found…

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    America. Contrary to this, would decriminalizing drugs in America have a negative effect on the nation, or an adverse one? Drug arrests in the United States reached over 1.5 million, in 2014 and 83% of those arrests were for possession alone. This is why many Americans are not opposed to the idea of decriminalizing drugs. With that being said, many Americans also feel as though the process…

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    What To Discuss On The First Visit To Your Personal Injury Lawyer If you were injured by another person or at a place of business, you might be able to get money for your medical care if you hire a lawyer and file a personal injury lawsuit. However, you'll want to understand your rights and learn how the laws in your area work first, so you'll know if a case is worth pursuing. The first step is to talk to a personal injury attorney. The first visit is often free, so there is nothing to risk.…

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    Rater Errors

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    The halo effect is where a supervisor rates an officer high or low on everything based on one dimension (Peak et al, 2010). A good example is if a Sergeant believes in a high number of arrests. Officers who make very few arrests will make low scores in all categories because of it. A regency problem is similar and occurs when a recent event affects an officer’s entire rating (Peak et al, 2010). For example, an officer arrests a serial bank robber and it is his only high risk arrest of the…

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    Tronsaune Hamilton Case

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    and were afraid of retaliation. I took photographs of Inkhaw and later copied them to the V:drive. Because Tronsaune assaulted Inkhaw by punching him in the stomach and he and Inkhaw are roommates, there was probable cause to arrest Tronsaune for RCW 9A.36.041 DV Assault 4th degree. I advised Officer Michels there was probable cause to arrest Tronsaune for DV Assault 4. Officer Michels later told me he advised Tronsaune he was under arrest, placed him into handcuffs, and advised him of his…

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    Your responses to the questions indicate the kind of world we live in. If our prison systems were adequate and offered a chance at rehabilitation, the question of whether or not abolishment of them would not arise. Firstly, to envision a world without jails, we have to first figure out why they would be eliminated. One reason is that prison teaches you to become a better criminal. You go in and come out with better ways to steal and kill. Prison does not offer many opportunities to reform…

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    Not implying that everything is racist towards the minority group, but in recent cases, the Caucasian race is being said to be racist towards those of a different ethnicity. From information gathered from the Federal Bureau of Investigations official website, arrest and conviction reports show that more people of the Caucasian race have been arrested and convicted of a felony than that of any other ethnicity (FBI). Table 43A on the FBI’s website shows the numbers for arrests in the year of 2010.…

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    They are dressed in skimpy clothing sexualizing all three women. The woman wearing the police hat and the police shirt leads one to assume that she is fulfilling the male fantasy. The same female is lying on her stomach hog-tied in a pose that would be used in arresting a person resisting arrest. The other woman is wearing a Girl Scout uniform, the sash and the tan color shirt would lead you that conclusion. This indicates that she is also fulfilling the male fantasy of a schoolgirl. All women…

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    Fourth Amendment Essay

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    order to extend the search further. When a warrant is executed who ever is at the location may be detained, and can be handcuffed if they are combative. Officers must confine their search to places where the evidence is listed in the warrant, which includes staying out of places that are not on the warrant. The Exclusionary Rule forbids unconstitutionally confiscated evidence from being admitted at trial. The Fruit of the Poison Tree Doctrine excludes evidence copied from illegally accessed…

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    It has been a rising issue for many years, but no one has spoke up about it or stood for what is right. A lack of reaction is most likely because they are afraid of being targeted by the police. In Chicago it is a major concern how police will target someone and how they treat that person if they are a colored teenager. It has rose to a level that no one can understand. This action has led to a report that is to be presented to the United Nations in next months meeting. They are considering what…

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