Jacob Ind fifteen year old boy murdered mother and stepfather, reason being he was sexually, physically and emotionally abused by his mother and stepfather. Jacob had told his friend about the crime he has committed. Jacobs friend the next day told the principal, then the principal who which told the police about Jacobs crime. Jacob is going to charge with manslaughter in this trial with also second degree murder. Jacob is now under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. Jacob was under a lot of abuse when he was a child. If I were to send Jacob to prison there are some chances of him getting out of prison and some chances most likely never to get out of prison. Jacob will have some rehab sessions for 3 years, under adult supervision of a police officer. Jacob will be staying Friday night to Monday moring at his rehab facility and have no contact with friends or family. Jacob will also have community service served from after school till 7:00pm and has to be in his house at 9:00pm. Nathen Ybanez age 16, parents sexualy, emotionaly and physically abused their son till that day of Nathans crime. …show more content…
Trevor has been charged previosly with a DUI (driving under the influence). Trevor had set up a deal to sell a handgun to a personal friend, Matt Foley. Matt Foley was buying this weapon for his cousin. Matt had the money to buy this gun, then the deal went wrong. Trevor who was in the car with Matt at the time. Just as Matt had given the money to Trevor then, when Trevor was giving the gun to Matthew Foley the gun which then suddenly discharged and killed his friend Matt. Trevor then the next day turned himself in. Trevor Jones in this case you are being chared of theft under five thousand, reckless manslaughter which will fall in to felony murder. Trevor Jones will be sentanced in prison for the maximum ten years. Followed by the rest of his life going to thearapy and rehab
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This upset Holmes even more, who was already depressed from the death of his best friend recently. That night, the the Mecosta County Jail surveillance footage captured of Deputy Ryan Dean, conducting visual inspection of jail cells, walked right by the holding cell of Raymond Paul Holmes without even looking into the holding cell. Rather than conducting a 'visual inspection' of the holding cell of Raymond Paul Holmes to check on his well-being, Deputy Ryan Dean continued his attention on the television which was reportedly broadcasting Monday Night Football as he walked by the locked holding cell of Raymond Paul Holmes. While Raymond Paul Holmes was in the locked-down holding cell hanging himself, Deputy Ryan Dean, at all material times, was reportedly watching Monday Night Football with other inmates rather than concerning himself with the well-being of Raymond Paul Holmes, who had a clear and known risk of suicide. Inmates saw Holmes and told Dean that Holmes had hanged himself.
On March 15, 2017, at 9:10 p.m at the California Correctional Center located in Susanville,CA a riot occured resulting in the injuries of six prison guards and one inmate. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation stated that an inmate had assaulted an officer on Wednesday in the dining hall of the Prison, around 30 other prisioners rushed to the scene and began assaulting the officers with physical force and the use food trays against the officers. Officers regained control of the dining hall with the use of physical force, pepper spray and non-lethal projectiles to overcome the riot in minutes. Their were four correcitonal officers who were treated for minor cuts and bruises and a couneslor was treated for
“I am at peace,” Warren Jeffs said before jury deliberation at his trial. In Katy Vine’s Non-Prophet for Texas Monthly, she recounts Jeffs’ 2011 trial for the sexual assault of minors at the Yearning for Zion (YFZ) Ranch in Eldorado, Texas. Prosecutorial evidence included an audio-recording of Jeffs raping a 12-year-old and a paternity DNA test, which identified Jeffs as the father of a 15-year-olds infant. The Texas jury found Jeffs guilty on all counts (Vine). The judge sentenced Jeffs to life in prison plus 20-years (Associated).
On May3 the Birmingham jail was filling rapidly and Commissioner Connor, made changes to police tactics to keep protesters businesses downtown. While children were marching and singing Connor ordered that Birmingham’s firefighters uses hoses, set at a very high level to be turned on the children marching. The power of the hoses ripped young boy’s shirts off, and pushed young women on top of cars. The blast of the water rolled children down the streets nd sidewalks. As children were being hosed upon bystanders began to throw rocks and bottles at law enforcement.
As for Nathan Ybanez, he has murdered his mother brutally and was charged with First Degree murder, since it was obviously no mistake. He had murdered her for sexually abusing him and had been living in an unstable home, most likely causing Nathan to become enraged and eventually snap on his mother. If I had the choice, I would sentence him the same, as an adult, and with Murder and jail time for
The novel, Run away Devil, is about a 12 year old girl named J.R who was driven by forbidden love to kill her family in order to be with her boyfriend. J.R along with her boyfriend Steinke, murdered J.R 's family but Steinke claimed that it was J.R alone who slit young Jacob 's throat. J.R is the youngest Canadian to ever be convicted of multiple homicides. With such brutal murder and such planning it was the ruling that surprised me the most. Since J.R was under the age of 14, she could not be tried as an adult.
Also, heavy fine to reimburse the bank for the money lost, but the suspect will be jailed for a long period of time. In order to see, the refund of the money the victim has to wait for Devires to return from prison and find employment to start to repay of the fund. Not to mention, Rhonda will serve an addition three years of supervised release once finish the jail’s sentence. The supervised release, wills consist of where an ankle bracket or residing in a halfway house, a place where former prison go after completing a prison’s sentence. Overall, the U.S. attorney and the criminal’s attorney on behalf of the suspect of the multiple offenses
He does not possess a GED or a high school diploma; he also missed out on many experiences that could’ve helped prepare him for his adult life. Instead of doing what most his age would be doing, going to school and socializing with similar individuals, he went to jail and had to suffer isolation and socialize with people who couldn’t be considered the best of role models. Rather than changing him for the better, like prison in meant to do through processes of re-socialization, it broke him as a human-being and could have potentially made him a genuinely violent criminal. After returning home from his sentence he suffered emotional and mentally, getting defensive easily and quickly losing hope for his future
As of September 2011, California incarcerated close to 144,000 inmates in its state prisons. This number fell in recent years owing to the pressure from SCOTUS and California policy changes. In 2006, California had a peak incarceration rate of 172,000 inmates (Rogan, 2012). Since 1970, California has seen 750% rise in incarceration levels, especially during the “war on drugs” campaign during the 1990s (Harvard Law Review, 2010, p. 753). With no end in sight to the rapidly growing number of inmates in California’s state prisons, the CDCR was challenged to manage the growing population.
2.3 million people are currently incarcerated in the U.S. justice system. All of them, regardless of their offense, have been put behind bars to serve some amount of time. Trapped in small rooms with sharp corners and dull paint, they watch a lone flickering light in their cell as a meager source of entertainment. Thousands behind black rusted bars and enclosed bland courtyards, blithering about, only occasionally forced to do self-supporting such as laundry and cooking. The typical orange jumpsuits contrast with the muted walls and unvaried routine.
He could have chosen the right thing and not sell the drugs will his kids were there and think about his family for once in his life. Then we was selling them there was a person who saw his and they called the cops. The cops came and they took his kids aways and they took him to jail. When he was in jail he said that he regretted to not think about his family and selling this drugs.
On one never-to-be-forgotten night in October of 2014, my family had a plan to go to one of the scariest, terrifying, and craziest haunted places in America, Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I was nervous to go, but my parents convinced me to go. Before we left, my parents made me take the dog out, clean my room, and take the trash out, I was already in a bad mood before we even took off to go. While on the way there, I asked my parents, “Do you think an eleven year old boy should be going here?” “It’s too late for you to be pleading to go back now.”
His friends delayed calling police because they didn’t want to get in trouble. However, they didn’t know that there is a law in Indiana that states it qill provides immunity for alcohol-related offenses by minors. In other words, if you call the cops and stay on the scene and give them information you won’t get in trouble. If Brett’s friends had done that, then their friend Brett would be alive today. The importance of telling someone else to do it quick before things start spinning out of control.
The murderer could have been anyone. Looking into the boy’s life, we learn many things about him and his father. The boy has been beaten all his life and he was a delinquent. His father went to prison for forgery. “He was known to be a compulsive gambler and a pretty consistent loser.