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    hammerfists to the face at UFC 193 in Melbourne, Australia. The beating came via current women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm, who not only stripped Rousey of her belt but everything she had come to believe she was. Rousey, who appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, bore her soul in an emotional interview with the talk show host. "Honestly, my thought in the medical room, I was in the corner and I was like, 'What am I anymore if I'm not this?'" Rousey said as tears began to well…

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    Who Is Ellen Degeneres

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    Ellen DeGeneres is very inspirational, she is always happy and always strong, and she never lets anything or anyone bring her down. Ellen DeGeneres was born in Metairie, Louisiana on January 26, 1958. (Watson 1) She graduated high school from Atlanta High School in 1976. She started college at the University of New Orleans. (Watson 1) Ellen only went to college for one semester, as she dropped out she was deciding what she should do with her life. She had many jobs like a clerk, house painter,…

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    Cop And Frisk Essay

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    trafficking of illegal drugs. In the United States v. Sokolow, 490 U.S. 1, 109 S. Ct. 1581, 104 L. Ed. 2d 1 (1989), the Supreme Court ruled that the police have the power to detain, question, and investigate suspected drug couriers. The case involved a Terry stop at an international airport, during which the defendant aroused suspicion by conforming to a controversial "drug courier profile" developed by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). The Court said that the DEA profile gave the officer…

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    Crime Perception

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    In 1968, the United States Supreme Court case Terry v. Ohio decided that police may stop a person for questioning and frisk, without probable cause, if they have reasonable suspicion that the person has committed or is about to commit a crime. The New York City Liberty Union website provides a total number of how many people were stopped from the year 2002 to 2016, while also providing a racial breakdown of how many of that total were blacks, whites, and Latinos. According to this website, in…

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    would be a good thing to rent a house in a part of the city where many primitive and actual needs are found” (Addams, 48). Addams then went on to buy a 43,560 ft^2, later known as the Hull House, in a poor neighborhood of Chicago, with her friend Ellen Gates Starr. The Hull House remained her home until her death in 1935. These early experiences, all before the age of 30, helped mold Jane Addams into the reformer she became. Addams didn’t have any financial backing or investors behind her when…

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    Initially the Court was in agreement that the stop and subsequent arrest in the Terry case was appropriate on the basis of the “probable cause” standard. Barrett (1998) states, Chief Justice Warren had initially approached this decision on the basis that the stop in the Terry case was appropriate. It was Justice Brennan who eventually persuaded Chief Justice Warren to render a decision which put forth the new “reasonable suspicion” standard (Barrett, 1998, 793-821). If Chief Justice Warren…

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    Mr. Balestrero Analysis

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    When Mr. Balestrero is first introduced to the three detectives, Hitchcock uses camera lighting along with camera movement to enunciate the setting which is described as murky and dark. Brean describes this encounter as the following, “Three men came up to him out of the murky shadows of a winter evening. They said they were police officers and showed him badges clipped to wallets. Mr. Balestrero experiencing a little quiver of uneasiness, asked what they wanted.” Hitchcock cannot transfer these…

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    Throughout the world multitudes of individuals from different races, cultures, and backgrounds, strive to reach America for a dream, the American Dream. When striving to reach the American Dream countless immigrants sacrifice their lives, homes, and family, leaving everything behind in hopes of a better life, never imagining that in America it would also be grueling. Laura Jane Addams as a young child was given the entitlement of having nice clothes, food, a shelter, but most importantly a…

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    Stop and frisk is truly an complicated development in the world of criminal justice. It allows for officers to stop people based solely off how they look, or act socially; and search them in New York city. While new york has shown a extravagant decrease in crime as of late, there is no concrete evidence that states that the stop and frisk laws are the reason. I personally do not believe that stop and frisk laws are Constitutional. It is very difficult for me to justify how this is legal under…

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    The legal significance of "reasonable suspicion" to stop and frisk an individual versus "probable cause" to arrest and individual. Reasonable suspicion is the presumption a crime has been committed or will happen. Based on the evidence informed by police officers experience and interpretation. But, is less than probable cause to an arrest. Probable cause, holds a belief given by facts and more of concrete evidence of a crime. For example, police need reasonable suspicion to stop and frisk and…

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