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    INTRODUCTION: This case involves Suspect Winter being arrested for H&S 11377(a)-Crystal Methamphetamine. Suspect Meretta was cited and released in the field for H&S 11364(a)-Drug Paraphernalia. LOCATION DESCRIPTION: This incident occurred in the parking lot at 700 E. Washington Boulevard (Washington Park). EVIDENCE: • 2-Glass pipes approximately 3 inches in length with a bulb at the end, resembling a crystal methamphetamine pipe, with a white burnt residue inside. One pipe was found in…

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    Equal Protection Clause

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    their fourteenth amendment. The police are violating their fourteenth amendment simply because they are treating people of the same circumstances differently. While driving while black is a small segment of racial profiling the fourth and fourteenth amendment has brought fourth more global racial profiling encounter that violates the…

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    The appellant, Chester Comerford, was a licensed attorney and previous law professor who operated a website for a group whom he founded, called the guardians. The guardians questioned President Obama’s citizenship; in 2011 Comerford was convicted of aiding and abetting threats on the President, however the Supreme Court of the United States reversed his conviction the following year. After his conviction was reversed, Comerford went to a local merchant to purchase a smart-phone. Knowing that a…

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    Will Doolittle was a financial analyst at the corporate headquarters of Home Décor in Atlanta, Georgia. He was terminated for violating provision of the employee handbook. His violation included sending email to friends of a sexual nature and the use of Internet to play slot machine and other games. Doolittle believes his employer violated his right by monitoring his personal email and Internet use. Employer authority to check email and Internet use has grown in the present time. In most…

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    Amber Alert Speech

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    How many kids have been rescued because of amber alerts? The U.S. Department of Justice says that “881 children rescued specifically because of AMBER Alert” Today I’ll be talking about AMBER alerts In my speech I’ll be telling you about what the AMBER Alert is and why it’s called amber alert, what it’s supposed to be for, and the criteria is to issue an AMBER alert My first point is, what is AMBER Alert and why is it called that? Why is it called amber alert? According to the U.S. Department of…

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    Particular circumstances can deny a defendant from asserting a germane counterclaim. In Giambuttista v. Bradlees, Inc., 130 N.J. Super. 381 (Super. Ct. 1974), the court denied a defendant’s counterclaim due to it being barred by the statute of limitations and prejudicing the plaintiff’s rights since a medial investigation was involved. In that case, the plaintiff had filed assault and battery charges against defendant shopkeeper and defendant employee. Id. at 382. An attorney for the defendant…

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    1. In Florida v. Bostick, 501 U.S. 429, 438 (1991), the defendant contended “that no reasonable person would freely consent to a search of luggage that he or she knows contains drugs.” Should there be a presumption of involuntariness when incriminating evidence is readily found pursuant to the “consent” of a person who denies guilt? There should be a presumption of involuntariness when incriminating evidence is readily found pursuant to the consent of a person who denies guilt because the…

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    Case Study: Plaintiff

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    • Plaintiff claims false arrest for two separate incidents. First incident, (TPO December 11, 2009, at 0900 hours, at 2921 Tilden Avenue, Brooklyn), plaintiff states he was in the lobby of the premise when PO Tanaya Barry and Det. Shae Jackson stopped him. Plaintiff states he informed MOS that he was visiting a tenant, then the tenant came downstairs to verify plaintiff version. Plaintiff states he was arrested. Second incident (TPO June 15, 2010, at 1600 hours, 250 East 29 Street, Brooklyn),…

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    How the Amendments Protect Our Rights In America, we have many things to protect our rights as citizens. One thing that helps to protect our rights are the Amendments. They keep us safe from extreme punishments or from getting blamed for things that we did not do. But to be more specific, amendments 4,5,6, and 8 help to maintain an equal due process of law for everyone. Amendment 4 states that you can not be searched or seized without a good reason. This protects us from getting searched…

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    Mrs. Van Bliven claims that her $25,000 necklace was taken, but image and text evidence suggest otherwise. For this reason, Mrs. Van Bliven should be arrested and the necklace is in her room. Mrs. Van Bliven had a motive to stage the heist in pursuance to gain insurance money from the “crime”. First, if someone were to break glass to get into a room, the fragments would normally end up inside the room, as the person is impacting the windowpane from the outside to gain access. In this case, the…

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