On Sunday 01/28/2018 at approximately 0146 I Officer A. Rodriguez #217 was dispatched to Momentum Village apartment #10106 (located at 7037 Islander Way Corpus Christi, Texas 78412 which is a part of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi) about an individual that was in apartment 10106 D not a roommate or an invited guest.
The evening of November 9, 1989, Timothy Dickerson was charged with possession of crack cocaine. Dickerson was seen coming out of an apartment building, on Morgan Avenue North, around 8:15 p.m. by a Minneapolis patrolling officer. The officer was aware of the types of criminal activity due to having severed several warrants at the apartments. Dickerson began to walk towards the patrolling officers police car, he spotted the police car, made eye contact with one of the officers, and turned around and started walking in the other direction. The officer pulled the squad car into the alley and ordered Dickerson to stop and submit to a pat down search. The search revealed no weapons but did reveal a small plastic bag containing one fifth of
On October 14, 2015, I went to the Arizona Superior Court at Downtown Phoenix. I went to the room 503 in the Central Court Building, which is a family court. The judge that was in the room is Paul J McMurdie. He begin hearing at 1:30 P.M. and there are a 5 hearing during the day that I visited. One of the case that he hearing is FC2010-006759, Hall vs. Gollins. It is a case about child support, which one side of the parent owe the money and did not pay for the child support. But, by the time that he call out for hearing, Sandra Alicia Michelle Gollins did not present. So the judge issue an child support arrest warrant to her. The hearing end around 2:17 P.M. and me and my friend have a chance to talk with judge McMurdie. We ask him to explain about the case and the process
On the above date and time I was conducting a business check of Spice Asian Fusion.
To wit, the defendant Diane KUTSKO, possessed two burnt glass pipes for use, or with intent to use, drug paraphernalia for the purpose of testing, analyzing, packing, repacking, containing, ingesting, inhaling or otherwise introducing into the human body a controlled substance in violation of this
Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims false arrest and excessive force. Plaintiff claims that he was walking on the sidewalk when MOS approached him and asked if he swallowed something. Plaintiff states that informed MOS that he had swallowed a piece of candy then MOS arrested him. Plaintiff states that MOS struck him in the face and body. Plaintiff states that he was taken to Lutheran Hospital. Plaintiff accepted an ACD.
Plaintiff is a person who brings a case against another in a court of law. In the movie a Civil Action, where 28 children diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia after toxic chemicals were spilled into a nearby municipal wells. Once the families learned about the toxic chemicals they filed a suit against two local companies W.R. Grace & Co. and the Cryovac Plant. In the film, A Civil Action, Ann Anderson, the Canes family, Tombies, Sonas, Robins, and A Fieros are the plaintiffs (1). Jan Schlichtmann took on the eight million dollar case against these two companies, in order, to find some relief for the families. Through many hardships and plenty of bargains to both the attorneys and families to drop the case made this case one of the hardest
The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed the lower courts approval of the drug checkpoint saying, “the checkpoint contravened the Fourth Amendment” (Cornell University Law School LII, 2000). The United States Supreme Court affirmed that decision stating that the, “checkpoint program was indistinguishable from a general interest crime control” (Cornell University Law School LII, 2000) that violated the Fourth Amendment.
On Aug 5,2015 at 11:05am Sgt Alivcar and myself we 're conducting ramp searches when we pulled over a white Cadilac STS. Sgt Alicvar would ask the driver to step out of the vehicle and open up all of the doors/ compartments. I would then procced to search the car starting on the driver side and working my way around te vehicle to the trunk. As I began to search the trunk and lift up mat to the tire. I spotted a bag with numerous items in it and what appeared to be bath salts. At this time Sgt Alcivar was having a conversation with the man and I showed him the contense of the bag. Following this action we detained the subject and called up the MP 's to the gate. With the arrival of the MP 's they took the subject into custody and the bag
Phoebe, my client, contracts with Fertility Specialists to donate her eggs. Although she does not get paid for the eggs because they are considered donation, she does receive a donor fee totaling $12,000. This fee covers the painful egg stimulation and extraction procedures. When donating eggs the procedure involves a lot of time, effort, inconvenience, pain and suffering. Her contract explicitly states, “The payments are for her pain and suffering and not for the sale of her eggs.” Phoebe’s marginal tax rate is 15% and elects to take a tax standard deduction. The main question phoebe wants answered is whether her payments is taxable and if it is taxable how much would she pay in income taxes.
Mr. George Ricks submitted a citizen complaint to the Pomona Police Department on December 15, 2016. In the complaint, he alleges that Officer Austin Dossey entered his apartment without a search warrant. Ricks alleges that Dossey recovered a firearm from inside his bedroom even though Ricks told Dossey that he could not search the apartment. Because of the illegal search, the court dropped the charges for an ex-felon in possession of a firearm because the evidence would need to be suppressed.
Should the court allow Defendant’s motion to suppress evidence, § 710.20 (3), for the confession of possessing cocaine as the Fifth Amendment of the United States Constitution disallows a Defendant to forcibly witness against themselves in a criminal case, even if the totality of the circumstances rule finds that the confession was voluntary due to the police conducting the interrogation without coercive methods or promises of immunity, the reasonable length of the interrogation and opportunity for counsel to Defendant, and the characteristics of the accused providing substantial methods against police
In a New Jersey bathroom a teacher found two girls in the bathroom and immediately took them to the principal 's office. The one girl confessed of smoking but TLO,the other girl, wouldn’t admit to it. The principal demanded to search her purse. In the purse he found evidence that she was also dealing marijuana at school. The principal found a wad of money in the girl 's purse. She was taken to the police station and TLO eventually confessed . Charges were brought up against her but she argued that her Fourth Amendment rights of search and seizure had been violated. TLO took her case all the way to the Supreme Court. The court said that they may conduct warrantless searches of students in school. The Court held that the search of TLO 's
On September 29, 2015, R-Mart, a community retail establishment in Albany, Georgia, was flooded with customers. Compl. ¶ 2. Frances Abagnale, a 22-year-old frequent shopper at R-Mart was browsing multiple parts of the store. Compl. ¶ 3. After exiting the soda aisle, and entering the snack aisle Abagnale produced a bottle of Dr. Pepper, drank some and placed the bottle into her backpack. Id. Then, R-Mart security guard John Nottingham approached Abagnale responding to suspicious activity. Compl. ¶ 4. Nottingham stated “You have been acting suspiciously today,” to which Abagnale did not respond but for looking around herself. Id.
According to Jeremy Gorner and Tony Briscoe, Contact Reporters for The Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Fire Department arrested two alleged gang members for drug charges over the weekend. This was in response to 74 heroin overdose cases in the past 72 hours last week. The arrests were made after the Chicago police and U.S Drug Enforcement Administration searched the West side to find the source of the bad batch of drugs.