Case Citation: Gallagher v. Cayuga Medical Center 151 AD 3d 1349 - NY: Appellate Div., 3rd Dept. 2017 Background: In this civil case Timothy W. Gallagher is the appellant, and Cayuga Medical Center (CMC) is the respondents. The case took place in the appellate division of the supreme court of New York, division three. The plaintiff’s complaint was that Cayuga Medical Center had asserted medical malpractice, negligence, wrongful death and emotional distressed.
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Case Brief Case Information The United States Supreme Court decided Missouri v. Galin E. Frye on March 21, 2012. Case Facts In August of 2007, defendant Galin E. Frye was charged with driving with a revoked license; he had already been convicted three times for the same offense and Missouri charged him with a class D felony, which carries a maximum prison term of four years.
Smallwood v. State 680 A.2d 512 (MD. 1996) Procedural History: Dwight Ralph Smallwood, the defendant, was charged for rape in the first-degree, robbery with a deadly weapon, reckless endangerment, and assault with intent to murder. The defendant was also charged on a separate indictment for attempted murder in the second degree to his three victims each. The defendant pled guilty on October 11, 1994 to the charges of rape in the first-degree and robbery with a deadly weapon in the Prince George's County's Circuit Court. The circuit court had convicted the defendant to the charges of assault with intent to murder, all three counts of second-degree murder and reckless endangerment. The second-degree murder charges were based on his attack on
The defendant wife’s friend, Menarco stated that Linda had an argument earlier in the day with her husband, Elward Roe Wanoskia. Linda later on headed home and argued with Wanoskia and after all that, Linda was shot. The defendant testified that his wife shot herself after the argument. At trial, the government sought to show by expert testimony and a demonstration that the defendant’s wife didn’t shoot herself. The demonstration was all based in the length of an individual’s arm to see how far away your arm can be to shoot yourself in the head.
Issue: Was the juvenile court’s waiver of jurisdiction valid? Was the statutory requirement of a “full investigation” been met? Rule: The Supreme Court decided there was not an adequate examination preceding the adolescent court waiver of
The Missouri Supreme Court was ready to hear the case on April 3rd 1848, judge William Scott issued a unanimous decision on June 30th 1848 that “no final judgment upon which a writ of error can only lie”. The case was still just a suit for freedom. On March 17th 1848 Mrs. Emerson had the sheriff of St. Louis County take charge of the Scotts. He hired them out and maintained the wages until the trial was over; they were under his custody until March 1857.
Ontario (Disability Support Program) v. Tranchemontagne, 2010 ONCA 593: Case analysis Introduction In a unanimous and significant ruling on a human rights issue, in 2010 the Court of Appeal for Ontario has held that denying disability benefits to those who are severely disabled by alcoholism or drug addiction is discriminatory and violated the Ontario Human Rights Code. The Court of Appeal affirmed a Divisional Court ruling that the prohibition of benefits to those disabled due to addiction according to the Ontario Disability Support Program Act, is a case of discriminatory legislation1. According to the Court of Appeal the respondent or Director of Disability Support Program was needed to show that the distinction between the disabled did
Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, you are here because one person in this courtroom decided to take law into her own hands. The defendant, Mrs. Dominique Stephens, murdered the man that she vowed to love. This sole act by the defendant is violation of all morals and her husband’s right to live. Afterwards, she even felt guilty about this violation of justice and called the cops on herself, and she later signed a written statement stating that she is guilty of the murder of Mr. Donovan Stephens. Then the defendant later recanted this statement and said that she only killed Mr. Stephens in self defense.
Case Brief Title & Citation: 1. Kent V United States 2. 383 U.S. 541 (1966) The Facts: The police detained and questioned 16-year old Morris A. Kent Jr., in connection with several incidents involving theft by force and rape. After admitting to having some involvement, the juvenile court canceled its legal control, allowing the court to try Kent as an adult.
It was a dark and windy night in the town of Rowlett, Texas. On June 6th, 1996, Darlie Routier and her sons Devon and Damon Routier were awaken by the tip of a knife. Although it may sound insane, this was all due to a mother who did not have the patience for the children and valued her appearance more. in the opinion of her friends (Montaldo,2015,1). In reality this woman was sentenced to death row because her whole case was faulty.
Lantern-Petris Short act The Lantern-Petris Short (LPS) act is a California Affair that gives directions and guidelines on how to deal with involuntary civil commitments of people to organizations or institutions famous in mental health. An act is a combination of rules that have been passed by the Parliament (Zeng, 2014). The procedure is always that a bill is first proposed by members of the parliament in which it is discussed and debated upon which it may be considered as an Act or nullified. The LPS was brought on board by prominent people in the government of California states.
The University of Texas-Pan American Essay #2 Anna Salkinder LSPI July 27, 2015 The death penalty has been a major topic of debate in the United States as well as various parts of the world for numerous years. At this time, there are thirty-one states in which the death penalty is legal. Nineteen states have completely abolished it (“States with and without The Death Penalty”). Since its initial development back in the 1600’s, the death penalty has taken a different course in the way it is utilized. In its early days, the death penalty was greatly used and implemented for several offenses.