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  • Constitutional Challenge Case Study

    He pursues Bob and follows him into an apartment building, where he places him under arrest and searches his pockets. This search in constitutional since he placed Bob under arrest before searching him for weapons or other items that could pose a risk. As Bob was fleeing Officer Casey noticed him throwing something into apartment 101. After he hands Bob over to Officer Edwards, Officer Casey opens the door to apartment 101. Inside he finds a handgun and notices an old odor of marijuana. Since he was in hot pursuit of a suspect when he noticed the suspect dispose of something in one of the apartments, the search for the gun within the immediate proximity of the apartment door would withstand a constitutional challenge. Considering that the suspect was running and only opens the apartment door to throw his item insight would reasonably indicate that Officer Casey could open the apartment door and search for the item in the area that…

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  • Information Seeking Process Analysis

    research, Kuhlthau not only discovered the different ways in which a user is affected by searching for information, but also developed a six stage process detailing what transpires throughout the user 's approach to information seeking; from the initiation to the final presentation. This process includes: The initiation- the process begins. The selection- the general topic is chosen. The exploration- a user begins to browse general resources. The formulation- a user will begin to narrow their…

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  • Symbolism In Lamb To The Slaughter

    Roald Dahl’s “Lamb to the Slaughter” INTRODUCTION My analysis of Roald Dahl’s short story “Lamb to the Slaughter” reveals the murder of police detective Patrick Maloney. The story depicts a tale of a loyal wife’s reaction to her husband’s betrayal. The story is an irregular day in Mary’s regular life. She makes the day turn around by murdering her husband and smartly covering it up, leaving the detectives with no possible way to excuse “innocent” Mary of murder. This short story, we are taught…

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  • School And Work-Related Activities Case Study

    Google. Why? Google has proven time after time, that they have truly mastered the art of finding and retrieving information better than any other search engine I have tried. And, they seem to retrieve it faster than any other search engine. What searching strategies and Boolean Search Strategies have yielded the best search results for you? Personally, I prefer using brackets, quotation marks, and the + sign. When using these Boolean operators, the information returned will be more…

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  • The Theme Of Identity In Meg Cabot's All American Girl

    identity, and the search for truth. While reading Meg Cabot’s All American Girl, I have been searching for the theme of love. Sam’s older sister, Lucy, has a boyfriend; Sam happens to be in love with Lucy’s boyfriend. In the novel, Sam gives us ten reasons why she would make a better girlfriend to Jack than Lucy would. Jack is the stereotypical artist that you would see on the street’s, with the trench coat and combat boots. Sam is also an artist and only wears the color black. She searches…

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  • Alomar And Bell's Case Study

    need to apply and receive a warrant. Which is known as “Hot Pursuit”. However, this is not the case when searching the cell phone because the Det. Did not have any evidence of their handgun or any reason to suspect something in her photos and therefore Det. Colabello should not have accessed Ms. Alomar’s photos. In the precedent case R. v. Macooh, the trial judge clearly states “the officer 's entry into the dwelling house in “hot pursuit” of a person suspected of a breach of summary legislation…

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  • Sam's Search For Companionship Quotes

    Fear is one of the biggest reasons things change. Fear of the future, fear of failure, and the fear of the unknown are some of the most common. Fearing for your life however, is a whole other thing entirely. In Runner by Patrick Lee, Rachel, a girl with unbelievable powers that she can only dream of trying to master, is on the run from multiple groups seeking to end her life. Only with the help of ex-special forces member Sam Dryden does she have any chance of escaping her certain demise.…

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  • Searching For A Job

    Searching for a job could be considered as a pretty easy or extremely difficult task to do. Well it’s way more hard when you’re sixteen, still in high school, and have no other job experience. That was me, and let 's just say that it was a long and hard thing to do. On the contrary I do have a job now, and through this experience I’ve learned multiple things that’ll help me with my life out in the real world. Two years prior, to me having a job today, is when I started thinking about…

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  • Summary Of Searching For Super

    11. Searching for Super is a science fiction novel by Marion Jensen. This book encompasses a world of futuristic technologies and space and time travel. Searching for Super is a story that follows two families that are composed of superheroes. These families battle against a third family of evil superheroes in a town know as Split Rock. Unfortunately, Bailey and his brother, Benny have lost their superhero powers and are highly determined to regain their powers to be able to fight of the evil…

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  • Analysis Of 'Searching For Summer'

    interesting and provocative. However, in the story, "Searching for Summer," readers are presented with a world where most have given up hope. Interestingly enough, the story does not go for the "rugged waist-land" stereotype, but instead introduces its readers subtly to the moral and ethical issues that have amassed over the years due nuclear fallout. This choice of setting and style sets a mood that most stories…

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