He was not told his Miranda rights, but he was told he was free to go back to his cell whenever he wanted too. The question in this case was whether they should suppress his confession because of the non telling of his Miranda rights, and another question brought up in this case is whether the inmate was considered in custody or not. (http://www.nytimes.com/2012/02/22/us/supreme-court-rules-on-case-involving-miranda-rights.html?_r=1)
Al Capone, Chicago gangster, killed many people and was never caught for his mob crimes, but he went to the most maximum security prison in the United States for tax evasion. Al Capone started getting involved with criminal activitiess at a young age and got into a gang activity. Al Capone started doing bad stuff when he was young but it wasn’t very large compared to what he would do as a adult.. And-not supposed to start sentence with and he was also involved with some gang activity (MacNee, 1998). What did Al Capone started doing at a young age? The gang he was affiliated with at the time; the gang leader had a bar and which Al Capone went and worked at.
Warden wanted Andy to stay in jail and help him get more illegal money. Then he escaped during the night. If I was in a similar situation, I would escape too, because the warden is not going Andy a chance to be free of a crime he did not commit. Therefore, death of freedom can cause someone to act in different
They say that “Crimes are crimes, they should learn their lesson, and should be isolated from others so that they do not influence their friends into doing what they did.” Adults should try to understand why the teen did such a thing instead of just saying, “A crime is a crime”, “They should be thrown into prison!”, there could be reason behind it. It isn’t right to just say that. People also say that “they have to learn their lesson.” Yes, they do, but not punishing them for something, that they did not do in purpose. In other words, a person cannot learn something if they know that, the crime was not intentional. Additionally, individuals also say that, “they should be isolated from other individuals so that they do not influence them into doing what they did”, yes, it is agreeable.
One reason why Sigmund Brouwer did a good job saying her message because in the book Keets said “ you are crazy you are not telling the cops that someone shoot at your truck if you do not tell they they will do it again.That is say to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because Keets told him that they will do it again and this time they did worse then before and you do not want your car burt. One more reason why the author did a good saying to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you is because when they get back the cops are there and Dakota had to answer questions the cops had. That is saying to to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because who wants to keep answering questions to the cops. My last reason why the author did a good job saying his message because Dakota had to lie to the cops because he did not want anyone to know that his car had been shoot. That is saying to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because he had to lie and if you lie to the cops you might get in double.
Although Jem and Scout have their theories and alleged stories about Boo, he ends up saving their lives in a plot twist. However, in the act, he killed Bob Ewell. Due to the fact that he was only trying to protect Jem and Scout, Sheriff Heck Tate decides not to report Boo in the incident, saying Ewell fell on his own knife. Scout understands exactly why he does this. When discussing why he wouldn’t be put on trial, Scout says: “‘Well, it’d be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?’” (Lee
The verbal irony is meant to portray him as a praising uncle wishing him luck when he really means to kill Hamlet with the poisoned drink actually destroying his health. Having multiple methods to kill him leads to the turnout of the events as the Queen drinks from the cup. He tries to say “she swoons to see them bleed” (V.II.327) seeing that his plan has backfired, and quickly uses his words to hide it. When she dies, she exposes that it is him that poisoned the drink which leads to Laertes opening to strike Hamlet. Then Hamlet strikes him with the poisoned rapier which leads Laertes to open up about Claudius’s plan.
He tries to keep order during the trial. After Bob Ewell died he went to the Finches’ house and said “ To my way of thinkin ', takin ' one man who done you and this town a big service, and draggin ' him with his shy ways into the limelight - to me that 's a sin. It 's a sin.”(Lee, 276) Heck knew that Jem didn’t kill Bob and that he didn’t fall on his knife either. He knew that Boo was the only one who could have killed Bob. But bringing Boo into court would only cause more trouble.
In the video What I Learned as A Kid, the speaker mentions how jails are actually supposed to rehabilitate juveniles in prison, but does the contrary and how he would hear people in jail talk about their future crimes they will commit once they get released. What this proves is that juveniles in jail aren’t going to come out different from when they came in because they didn’t receive any help at all all this does is give them more time and space to think about what other crimes they’ll do next. Keeping them forever in jail without being able to get out isn’t going to help them. Rather if you give them life sentence juveniles won’t be able to realize they can be different human
The hand you stole with should be cut off after the 3rd offense if its law breaking towards others. I think being sent to jail for life is nothing. If you 're in jail you still free in away, because you still have your life, but someone lost theirs due to someone else 's actions. I think locking up teens for life is not unconstitutional, especially for murder. I think if they
They shouldn’t do that because if the person was an adult, the judge will put them to prison for life, I really disagree with the court and judges, everything should be fair in the cases. In the article by jennifer Jenkins it says teens are being tried as adults and sentenced to prison I agree, but they talk about how the brain is not developing, but they took someone’s life away either way they should get punished no matter what it don’t matter what age you are. So basically what I am trying to say even if you 're young it doesn’t matter everyone should get the same sentence as an adult they don’t get nothing off easy period. Also here are the quotes of Jennifer Jenkins punishment and Teen Killers 16 and 17 year olds, are ‘thrill kill’ and ‘see what it would feel like to shoot someone” and The teens are being tried as adults and sentenced to prison and I don’t agree with that, But that’s what the court does. Judges should be fair and not feel bad for the
The second rule is to resist every request of the police until he uses force. You should never under any circumstances resist physically. You have the right to verbally resist until it’s clear that you’ll be arrested for not complying. This is why it’s important to know your rights because you won’t get in trouble for being arrested. The trouble comes when you are being convicted