Maranda was unable to stand without assistance. Maranda was arguing with her boyfriend Edward Beranek. Maranda yelled “fuck you” several times to a male standing next to Edward. I told Maranda she needed to calm down several times or she would be arrested for disorderly conduct. Maranda would calm down for about a minute, but start yelling at Edward and the male next to him.
I called Jonhson back, and asked her about telling Prunty she had let the male borrow her vehicle, and if that was the case, her vehicle was not stolen. Johnson again began screaming at me so loud I could not understand her, and I heard a thud as if she had thrown her phone and the line disconnected. On Thursday 12/15/16 at 2248 hours, Johnson called 911 and requested to speak with a Patrol Sgt because she was upset a stolen report had not been taken. Patrol Sgt. A. Clapp spoke with Johnson, and determined that because Johnson 's vehicle had not been recovered or brought back to her, Auburn Police would enter it as stolen.
He also spoke on the phone with respondent’s wife and mother. He attempted once, unsuccessfully to meet with them; however, he did not follow up a second time. Additionally, the counsel did not seek out additional character witnesses for respondent. The counsel’s conversations with his client led him to believe he did not need to request a psychiatric examination because he did not believe the respondent had psychological problems. In a state of hopelessness, the counsel decided not to present nor look for further evidence concerning respondent’s character and emotional state, because he believed it would not overcome the evidentiary effect of the respondent’s confessions to the crimes.
However, this did not seem to shift the views of the local authority and they could not promise that no advice would be given. As a result, Mrs Gillick petitioned across the country and took her case to the High Court. Mr Justice Woolf held that she was not entitled to the declaration she sought because “in order to obtain the relief the plaintiff had to establish… that lack of parental consent would render the doctor’s conduct unlawful” however Woolf decided that the plaintiff did not establish this and a doctor would make an effort to ensure that nothing happened
Mama begged and poured out her heart to the aggressive men.The malicious soldiers had their eyes on Abigal, they took her. She was the first to leave us. We continued sobbing, but nothing seemed to phase the vengeful men. Lutha, being protective as always, tried to ripped Abigail out of the meaty arms of the even foot soldiers. Suddenly a pow sound went off.
This was later revoked, and the queen sent him on his quest to find what women most desire. His initial action of raping a woman clearly shows that he feels no respect for women, for no person who treats others with dignity would do such a crime. The Knight eventually came to end of his journey with no more information than when he first started, but he then met an old woman who promised to help him if he obeyed what she asked of him. When it was later revealed that she wished
Bland and the fact that she knew her rights when Encinia attempted to forcibly remove her from her vehicle (Berg, 2015). Three days later, Ms. Bland was found suspiciously dead in her jail cell with confusing explanations from the police as to how her death occurred (Berg, 2015). There is much more to this heartbreaking story that I suggest everyone look into (I suggest reading this article by German Lopez for Vox Media—it includes the video of her violent arrest), but I want to say why I feel this relates to feminism: violence against women is a huge issue and Sandra Bland is unfortunately one of many black women who have been a recent victim of police brutality (Berg, 2015). I have been following this story and trying to find out all the verified information that I can, but most information I am seeing is coming from a civil rights perspective and very little is coming from a feminist perspective.
Abigail’s lies carry her through the entire trial and allows her to put several people to death because the court believes her. Mary tries at one point to tell the truth but when the group of girls start behaving crazy she panics and goes back on her statement. Due to all of her lies and accusations Abigail has caused the love of her life, Proctor, to be charged. In the end because of Proctor being guilty, Abigail leaves Salem because her quest for his love is over. The girl’s decisions throughout the courtroom drama ended up changing their communities’ future and the people’s lives in
It’s noted that Farley claims does not contain sufficient probative evidence to determine Gann sexually harassed Farley. Even though it was two witness who saw Gann proceed with wrong doings, internal investigation confirmed his harassing conduct was commonplace, nor did other employees corroborate first-hand knowledge of events Farley contends that everyone witnessed (, n.d.). It is concluded that there isn’t enough sufficient evidence to establish for sexual harassment or a claim that ACIPCO in fact knew of the harassment but failed to take action ACIPCO 's enforced anti-sexual harassment
Reasons Valerie does not fit the dynamic approach consist of, strict value of maintaining control, order, and respect (History of Management Thought, n.d., pp. 7,8). Not that these values represent negative ideals, just the discourteous approach to not allow employees to learn and possibly make mistakes by applying inventiveness within their team. Also, the dynamic approach encourages fresh thinking to beat out competitors and remain successful in business not just in management (History of Management Thought, n.d., p. 19 pg 1). Meanwhile, Valerie does not provide any innovative ideas that are original and unfortunately, do not allow her team to branch out and create their