Lewis couldn’t have taken both the shots himself, it would either leave him incapacitated or he was assassinated purposefully. The medical examiner said since the bullets got lodged into his head he had to be shot from a far distance. Pricilla Grinders statements weren’t adding up, every time she was questioned about what happened that night she had a different story. After Lewis’s death, Pricilla Grinders husband, Robert Grinder had a great amount of money. When Lewis was known to carry money on him.
Miranda 's case won 5-4 and a statement was made. Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote this : “The person in custody must, prior to interrogation, be clearly informed that he has the right to remain silent, and that anything he says will be used against him in court; he must be clearly informed that he has the right to consult with a lawyer and to have the lawyer with him during interrogation, and that, if he is indigent, a lawyer will be appointed to represent him.” The court set aside his conviction. After a second trial, Miranda 's confession from the previous trial were thrown out. However he was convicted again and was sentenced up to thirty years in federal prison. Once he was released on probation, a violent fight broke out at a local Phoenix, Arizona bar which left a lethal knife wound which killed him.
Arizona ruling eliminated the fear of the accused from torture and coercion and notified individuals of their rights that they otherwise wouldn’t have known that they had. The ruling explicitly stated that if a person was not informed of their Fifth Amendment right, then compelling pressures could cause a person who otherwise not have spoken, to incriminate themselves (Document J). In the Fifth and Sixth Amendments, it had not specifically stated that a suspect must be informed of their rights before they are questioned. The ruling of Miranda v. Arizona finally cleared up the confusion concerning the rights of the accused and self-incrimination and required officials of the law to read out the warning known as the Miranda warning to anyone they may question. Additionally, manuals such as Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation, specified the rules to be used during interrogations to prevent coercion (Document F).
He then glimpsed at a man at the front counter and ran. The police sirens rang and Carlos hid under a truck, just to be arrested forty minutes later. Carlos was granted the death sentence, but pleaded not guilty at trial. It turns out he was innocent. After a hundred witnesses testified and nine-hundred pieces of evidence were presented, a man named Carlos of the same height, weight, and age was found
On December 22, 1978 Gacy officially confessed to police and was arrested. Gacy confessed to abducting killing 25-30 teenage boys since 1972. After confessing, Gacy went back to his home with police where he showed them where his victims were. 28 of the bodies were found on Gacy’s property, with 26 of those in his crawl space. Then, 3 additional bodies were found at a nearby Des Plaines River.
Statement of Assignment You have asked me to prepare an office memorandum addressing the following question: Per statutory law and case law, was Mr. Darren Clavel’s Fourth Amendment rights violated when the police officers executed the search warrant? Issue U.S. CONST. amend. IV, did the police officers execute an unlawful search and seizure of Mr. Clavel’s home? Brief Answer Yes.
He and an unidentified gunman who is still at large, raided a jewelry store on September 30th 2003. The gunman later identified as James Brodie pointed a pistol at the Bates’s daughter Xanthe. Bates leaped forward to protect her and was shot in chest, while Williams bludgeoned her husband with a crow bar. In 2005, Peter Williams was convicted and
Spoiler Alert: At the end of the book “Of Mice and Men”, George kills Lennie. It was a controversial death, with people from one side saying that George’s decision was justified, while others disagree and say that it was not justified. George’s decision to kill Lennie was justified by the fact that he had always looked out for Lennie, Lennie was going to die anyway, and he couldn’t bear to watch Lennie be tortured by the other workers. First, George had been looking out for Lennie since before the book started. This is told to us in a dialog between George and Slim.
George was the balance, he needed to make sure no mistakes were committed for their American dream to be achieved. Lennie was a barrier to their American dream and their happiness. If Lennie had died from Curley’s hands, it would be a violent death and full of misery. When George executed Lennie, he prevented the further possible mistakes, agony, and the feeling of being terrified. George was not selfish, but caring to make sure that Lennie deserved a better death.
Similarly, in "The Landlady" the lady remembered her victims in the same ways as talked about in Serial Murder. Primarily, the lady famously stuffer her pets when they passed away to preserve them, which was practice for her victims. Also, the lady made the guests sign the guest book spat is she forgets their name she can "come down.. and look it up"(Dahl 5). Neither Mr. Temple or Mr. , guests of the Brad and breakfast, have ever left and "they're on the third floor, both of them together"(Dahl 5). Therefore, the lady had killed the victims and stuffed them to preserve their bodies and remember them.