Happy Valley Essay When you hear the words Penn State or State College spoken, people 's minds don’t immediately think of the history of sports in Happy Valley or Nittanyville, which what most students of Penn State still call Paternoville. They think of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual assault case. Jerry Sandusky served as the assistant coach under Joe Paterno during 1969 to 1999. He retired, but still maintained an office and worked with the Second-Mile at Penn State up until 2011. Jerry Sandusky was found guilty of forty-five out of forty-eight sexual assault cases and is currently serving a thirty to sixty year life sentence in the Pennsylvania State prison .
The case Howes v. Fields was involved with the Miranda rights. The case is about an inmate´s confession about a sex crime without having the police officers questioning him telling him his Miranda rights. Mr. Fields had been brought to the jail of Michigan because of disorderly conduct. While being in jail Mr. Fields had been questioned by the police for several hours about the disorderly conduct. He was not told his Miranda rights, but he was told he was free to go back to his cell whenever he wanted too.
When Joe was about ten years old, the only life he really knew was drugs, sex, and stealing money. His parents worked everyday all day, so he was never able to look to his parents for when he needed help. By the age twelve, he had dropped out of school and was behind bars many times. As years went on, Joe became high in the Vice Lords and was one of the leaders for his group. He began to use heroin and became obsessed with the stealing business.
Charles went back to his mother but she didn’t want him back. He lived on the streets and struggled to survive but got into illegal acts to get money. After many robberies he was put in jail for the first time and one month before he was going to get out he raped a boy in the jail cell by holding
Max Freeman is the chief character of the Max Freeman series of novel authored by police officer turned writer Jonathon King. Max Freeman made his first appearance in the debut novel in the series published in 2002 and titled The Blue Edge of Midnight. Max Freeman had been a police officer in the Philadelphia police department for several years. He left when he was involved in an accidental shooting of a child during a police shootout. Max left the city to go live in the Florida Everglades though he is living a life full of misery as her finds it impossible to get rid of the guilt that forever haunts his days.
Arizona. In the early 1960s, a man named Ernesto Miranda was arrested and convicted of raping a woman. Police found him in his apartment ,who voluntary accompanied them to the station house and participated in a lineup ,after that when Miranda asked how he did, the police said that he was positively identified.he was admitted guilty,he signed a confession after hours of interrogation by the Phoenix Police Department. At no point was he informed of his right to remain silent or his right to an attorney. 73 year old Alvin Moore was represented Miranda in his trial.
“Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you’re a man,you take it.”(BrainQuotes.com) Malcolm X also known previously as Malcolm Little was exposed to much violence when he was younger. When Malcolm grew up,he never finished school, instead he went to a life of crime, while living with his half-sister. He moved to Harlem,where he ran numbers, sold drugs, later caught and sentenced 8-10 years in prison.
Miranda v. Arizona is a very popular criminal case, it occurred in 1966. Miranda v. Arizona is a case where a man, Ernesto Miranda, was charged for rape, kidnapping and robbery. When he was sent to interrogation the police officers did not advise him about his rights as criminal. Thanks to Ernesto Miranda, officers must say the rights we have when being arrested, these rights are called The Miranda Rights. However, Ernesto Miranda was an eighth grade dropout, at the age of 22 he kidnapped and raped a mildly retarded 18 year old
We are in line for getting our bags checked and I see this black shadow handcuff my Dad who is 6’5 and brings him into a room. Like anyone would be we were all nervous and we sat in a lounge for 6 hours, eventually it ended with my dad coming out of the room and explaining everything to us. Apparently TSA thought that we were carrying LSD and cocaine in our
James Brown was known for many nicknames such as ‘’Soul Brother Number One’’, ‘’the Godfather of soul’’, ‘’the Hardest Working Man in Show Business,” “Mr. Dynamite” and even “the Original Disco Man.” As a child Brown picked cotton, danced for spare change, and would even shine people shoes. At the age of 16, Brown was caught and convicted for stealing, and he landed in reform school for three years. While incarcerated, Brown met Bobby Byrd, leader of gospel group that performed at his prison. While Brown tried semipro boxing and baseball, but a career-ending leg injury inspired Brown to pursue music fulltime.
My understanding of Coming into Language “Coming into Language” is a book by Jimmy Santiago Baca, that talks about the struggles he had to face as a young illiterate Hispanic male. As a “Chicano”, he had to deal with prejudice from an early life and as a result, had frequent run-ins with the police. At the age of seventeen he was arrested as a murder suspect because he refused to explain how he got a gash on his arm. While he is in prison, awaiting trial, he listens to other prisoners reading out loud and that is when he starts appreciating written language. Two years later, he is again behind the bars facing drug charges and a million-dollar bail.
Douglass was born in a dirty, old, plantation, he originally never knew his mother or father. He was always fussed on why he was there or why was he not able to leave. Douglass would sneak out every cold night, when his master was asleep, to find out as much information as he could to figure out why he was even there in the first place. Page 2: At the age of five, he witnessed his aunt get whipped by his master. You can tell he must have been crucified because of the way that he described it.
First and foremost, the Amendments addressing rights related to court weren’t always fundamental, but were only in use for federal hearings. This first changed in 1963, starting with the 6th Amendment. In 1963, Clarence Earl Gideon broke into a Florida pool hall, stealing beverages in addition to $5 in cash. Shortly after, he was arrested. As he couldn’t afford a lawyer, he asked the state to provide him one,
Finally he was busted with counterfeit checks and that sent him to a federal prison. While doing prison time he was not a model prisoner either. While Dr Fauteck was still in prison his dad had died and that was thing that made him say he wasn’t going back to prison and wanted change his future. Worked his way into an advertising agency and then finished his studies in psychology. He became a forensic psychologist and one of the most respected psychologists in Chicago.
Miranda was then interrogated by the Phoenix Police where he was arrested for two hours, and allegedly confessed to the crimes which was recorded by the police. Since the Police never informed Miranda of his rights he had no counsel, never finished the 9th grade, and had a former history of mental instability. The prosecution on the case only used his own wrongfully obtained confession against him, and sentenced him 20-30 years in prison. He had appealed to the Arizona Supreme court claiming that the Police had unconstitutionally obtained his confession, the court disagreed with him and upheld the charges and