Julian wants to sue David, the other player. In his complaint, which tort theory is Julian’s attorney most likely to allege and what will he have to prove for Julian to be successful? Julian’s attorney is most likely to allege Intentional Tort for his complaint to be successful. An intentional tort occurs whenever someone intends an action that results in harm to a person’s body, reputation, emotional well-being, or property. During the game David kicked Julian in the head while Julian was in possession on the ball. Contact with a goaltender while he is in possession of the ball is a violation of FIFA. David was know for being a very rough player, who leaded the team in penalties. When a player plays rough they usually intend to do some type
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.
I arrested Owens for PC 594(a)(1)-Vandalism, PC 243(b)-Battery on a Police Officer and PC 242-Battery. Sergeant Peinado #6977 was advised and approved the arrest. Finkley began complaining of chest pain. Finkley told me that she had a heart attack about two years ago and the pain feels the same. Officer Armenariz telephoned and advised the Pasadena City Jail of Finkley’s complaint of chest pain. Officer Armenariz was advised to have Finkley medically cleared prior to booking.
On 12/7/16, at 1008 hours, I, Officer Humphries #335, was met in the lobby of the Bladensburg Police Department by a citizen who wanted to file a stolen cellular telephone report.
On 04-20-2017 I responded to the wooded area West of Walmart. I was called to the scene by the Port Richey Code Enforcement officers. I was advised that defendant and her boyfriend, identified as, Thomas Blow, were trespassing on private property.
Per NYPD records, P was arrested because he had 5 open complaint reports against him. P was given 5 different arrest numbers. First complaint report (DOI 5/26/2014 at 162 Troy Avenue) for criminal contempt: CV Yvone Jameson filed a complaint for criminal contempt against P. CV Jameson states that P punched her in the face and head while she was holding her 3 month old daughter. CV Jameson has a valid order of protection from criminal court against P which expires on 10/10/2018. Second complaint report (DOI 6/3/2014 at 162 Troy Avenue, Apt. 14J) for assault: CV Reginaldo Taylor states that P did punch him on the left side of the face causing pain. DIR was prepared. Third complaint report (DOI 8/6/2014 at Schenectady Avenue and Lincoln Place)
petitions in an effort to gain his right to counsel (Facts par 4-5). As a result
car keys and attempted to quickly run out of the apartment as she also noted
Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims assault and false arrest. Plaintiff states that he was handcuffed, grabbed, and physically thrown through a plate glass window by defendant Sgt. Eliezer Pabon. Disposition of the criminal case is unknown at this time.
On the above date and time Corporal Joshua Hussey asks to speak with me concerning an inmate complaint. He stated on 10/29/2015 night shift Inmate David Anthony Todd F Block/Cell F3 accused Officer James Law of inappropriately touching him. I instruct Cpl. Hussey to escort Inmate Todd out of the housing unit; he and myself exit Tower 2. Inmate Todd and I are in the Bonding Court Room when he gives his account of the incident; no other staff is present at this time. Recreation ended and Officer Law was locking down the inmates on the bottom tier. In Cell F3 Inmate Todd was lying down on his bunk (bottom) his head facing the wall, backside exposed, blanket covering his head, fully clothed, awake and his cellmate Patrick Michael Argoe was
Facts: On the morning of August 7th, 1999 at 3:16 a.m., a Baltimore Police Officer conducted a stop on a passenger car for speeding. As the officer approached the car he noticed it was occupied by three males one of which was the respondent, Joseph Jermaine Pringle located in the front passenger seat. As the driver retrieved the vehicle’s proof of registration for the glove compartment located in front of Pringle, the officer noticed what appeared to be a large amount of currency rolled up in the glove compartment in plain view. After obtaining the driver’s license and registration, the police officer went back to his patrol car and conducted a check for warrants and prior traffic violations.
Ps, Elizabeth Gibson and Gerding Speare, allege excessive force and false arrest. Apartment # 510: P Gibson alleges that was on the toilet when MOS break into the bathroom with their guns drawn and pulled her off the toilet. P Gibson states that she was not allowed to get dressed and was dragged into the living room. P Gibson claims she was handcuffed tightly. Apartment # 406: P Speare alleges that she was in her bed when MOS entered the bedroom and dragged her into the living room. P Speare states that MOS twisted her arms behind her back. P Speare states that the handcuffs were too tight and requests to loosen the handcuffs were ignored. MOS were executing a search warrant which was obtained by confidential informant buys at the location.
P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P claims he was at his former girlfriend’s apartment when two MOS arrested. P claims that he was placed in RMP and taken to PSA 6 precinct. P claims that at the precinct several MOS assaulted him causing him to lose vision in one eye. MOS Carlos Sierra was not present at the precinct for the incident. MOS Natalie Roman state that she and her partner, Bernice De La Cruz, were responding to a radio run for dispute between a male and female. When they arrived at the location, P informed MOS that he had called 911 because his former girlfriend has an order of protection against him and he needed to get his personal belongings from the apartment. MOS had P wait in the hallway as they spoke with his former girlfriend, who informed MOS that she wanted P removed from the premise. MOS Roman placed P in
Tammy V noticed Richard put something in his pants and took him to officer Cooker to have him check. Richard turned over a bandanna that was not his that he had taken from the staff mail room were he was doing work on an in house detention for cutting class on 9.20.16. I confirmed for officer Cooker that it did not belong to Richard even after Richard told the officer that it was not his and he took it for his collection at home. It was at this point that officer Cooker sighted Richard for stolen property and issued a citation. VPA notified home and Richard will be suspended at home for 2 days starting on Thursday September 22 and returning to school on Monday September 26. Mr. Humphreys will consult with the school principal about further
P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P alleges that he was giving his friend a cane when MOS arrested him. P alleges that he did not have any drugs instead his friend (non-party) had Xanax pills. MOS state that UC observed P in hand to hand drug transaction. P was unable to make bail and remained incarcerated for 6 days. Criminal charges were, later, dismissed. It is unclear what role, if any, Defendant MOS Jose Peinan played in this