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    Petty infractions are an element of Broken Windows policing and about 81% of the 7.3 million people hit with summons between 2001 and 2003 were black and Hispanic according to a New York Civil Liberties Union calculation. It has become obvious that this form of policing is racially biased. In 2014 a black father of six, Eric Garner, was killed when a white police officer put him in a chokehold when he fought against being arrested for selling loose cigarettes. The death of Mr. Garner raised a huge debate over the Broken Windows policing theory. With all the arrests for petty offenses it has made it difficult for young people of color to thrive and become responsible citizens. The crackdown has been targeting communities of color and not the more well-to-do sections of New York City. The summonses are currently the subject of a class-action lawsuit…

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    Low Level Offenses

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    #10 Summons Instead of Arrests, a New Ruling in Manhattan On March 1, 2016, New York Police Department (NYPD) and the Manhattan County District Attorney’s Office announced a new ruling about low-level offenses with regards to treatment to the offenders. Low-level offenses are non-criminal violations such as drinking alcohol in public, taking up to two seats in subways, urinating in public, littering, making too much noise, or parking violations. Starting on March 7, 2016, summons can be issued…

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    Material Facts in Plenty v Dillon. Police officers Michael Kenneth Dillon and Robyn Ann Will entered the property of Sydney Graham Plenty on the 5th of December 1978 to serve a summons on his daughter in accordance with the Juvenile Courts Act 1971 (S.A.). The property was a small farm located near Port Pirie in South Australia. There was no implied or explicit consent from Mr Plenty for the officers to enter the property. Mr Plenty and his wife were having a conversation in their garage at the…

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    Defendant: A Case Study

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    detainer pursuant to West’s Ann.Cal.C.C.P. §1161. Defendant declares, as a special appearance in support of a motion to quash service of summons on the grounds of lack of personal jurisdiction see. Defendant was never properly served with the summons and complaint in this action. As of the date of execution of this declaration, Defendant has never properly been served with the summons and complaint in this action. Defendant was served the summons in this case by a party to this action. Plaintiff…

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    Tesla Car

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    car, have recently introduced new software dubbed “autopilot” which when activated takes control of the entire vehicle and drives it for you. Due to constant improvements in this technology they frequently distribute online software updates that further improve the vehicle's automation. The most recent of these updates is being dubbed “Summon” which further improve the safety of the self parking technology included in their “autopilot”. The introduction of Summon now allows the driver to exit…

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    Crime Data

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    The use of crime data is important to criminal justice agencies for various reasons. Some of which include the prevention and prediction of crimes. The data is collected and stored in “crime categories on which local and federal authorities maintain data, ordered by their increasing degree of harm to the general public” (Chen et.al 2004, para 6). It is important but it also has its drawbacks. If for example, a person commits multiple crimes, only the most serious is counted into the data.…

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    King Arthur Is A Hero

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    I still remember the hero named Arthur who used his life essence to kill me. It is quite impressive that he was able to use the rank 10 spell Heaven's Seal but it was not enough Ahh how long has it been. 700 years? 800 years? Maybe in a few more years I can see everyone's head stuck on a pole and their corpses lying around kekekekekeke The world will soon be eradicated of life and those bastards from the EMPIRE WILL LOOSE THEIR HEADS! [Explaning tiers of magic] Tier 1- Small…

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    Tfeu Law Case

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    It is also settled EU law that State liability can arise whenever the national Court fails to fulfill its obligation under TFEU 267(3) . In the summons, the Court of Session was presented with a detailed summary of State liability under Kobler C-224/01 and Traghetti del Mediterraneo C-173/03. Therefore, the Court of Session cannot argue ignorance of these trite laws which make it abundantly clear that State liability can arise when a national Court ignores TFEU 267(3). Again, the Court of…

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    Hand Muscle Analysis

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    Several minutes later, we begin to relax hand muscles. We transfer our full atten- tion to the right arm and imagine it is heavy, very heavy. We focus on our fingers and "summon” them one by one. We summon the index finger and then we move it. Then we do the same with the middle finger, the ring finger, the little finger, and, finally, the thumb. We summon each finger individually and then we move it. After this, we slowly direct our attention upwards, to the hand, the wrist, the forearm,…

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    gives somewhat efficient details on the term “Suburb of Nothing” originated and quoted by Mayor Mick Cornett. The writer of the article in the Commercial Appeal’s, “Suburb of Nothing”, effectively argues his/her point via the use of organization, formal tone and appeals to authority. Doing so, the writer gives history, use of words like “Summons” (in quotation in his/her own words) to illustrate a dire need of attention, and uses statistics and citations when appealing to authority such as a…

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