Retrieved November 29, 2015, from http://oig.ssa.gov/audits-and-investigations/audit-reports/A-12-12-1 Manjoo, F. (2014, September 24). Exposing Hidden Bias at Google. Retrieved November 26, 2015, from http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/25/technology/exposing-hidden-biases-at-google-to-improve-diversity.html Supreme Court adopts rules for random assignment of civil cases. (2003, May 29). Retrieved November 28, 2015, from
Professional Plan Cynthia Cousins Bryant & Stratton College COMM 115 Ms. Neal July 17, 2015 Abstract Criminal Justice is my favor subject and I will like to share with you some information I have accessed from the internet (O*Net and BLS) on Criminal Investigator, Attorneys, and Court Administrators. I will explain steps in what is required in each course of studies. I will be learning information in education, skills, tools and task that will help me understand the Laws that govern or State (Ohio). The law is in my blood I eat, sleep, dream and watch TV shows (Law and Order and Forensic Files, Criminal Minds etc…) on everything that concerns the law. You would think I’m a police officer or a lawyer but I’m not.
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In Oklahoma, two students (Daniel James and Lindsey Earls) took legal action in stating their opions about the drug testing in schools. The drug testing students was created by the Tecumseh, Oklahoma School District which requires all middle, as well as high school students to participate in urinalysis testing for drugs in order to participate in any extracurricular school activity. This case applies to the Acton’s case because both Acton, Earl, and James all disagreed upon the act of drug testing students. For whatever apparent reason, James Acton’s parents refused to allow James be drug tested. Why?
Retrieved June 22, 2017, from https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/cvs/crime-victims-compensation Crime Victims’ institute releases report on victimization in Texas. (2017, January 24). Retrieved June 22, 2017, from https://phys.org/news/2017-01-crime-victims-victimization-texas.html Justice, T. D. (n.d.). Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Retrieved June 22, 2017, from https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/divisions/vs/victim_rights.html Team, D. T. (n.d.).
Prior to the implementation from the federal government, such as English as a Second Language (ESL), College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP), and Executive Order 15333, Chicano students in California and Texas demonstrated protested which forced school districts and the United States government to focus on the issues. Regardless of the state the Chicano student resided in, most Chicano students in late 1960’s advocated for school administrators and board members to stop “the blatant discrimination against Mexican American students in [their] school” (Edcouch Elsa Walkout Demands). If the students wanted to gain the same educational opportunities for
“I couldn’t do anything to stop them,” Ms. Perez wrote in a post on Facebook accompanying the video (Lewontin, M. (2016, April 15)). The video showed her young son crying and trying to get away and resist the as the principal of a primary school in Jasper paddles him (Lewontin, M. (2016, April 15)). The school was being investigated because they didn’t have parent consent. Later on Facebook, Ms. Perez wrote that the previous problem with the school came after she had been arrested for her son’s truancy and was out on jail bond. Her son had truancy because of an unspecified medical condition in which he had missed eighteen days (Lewontin, M. (2016, April
Three major problems starting with segregation. Though brown vs. the board of education had already happened ending segregation in schools. Seventeen states had refused to accept it and made it illegal for any ethnic race from attending school. In 1966 African Americans went on strike concerning their educational opportunities. In 1968 Mexican Americans went on stroke demanding bilingual education, the teaching of their culture and better treatment from white teachers.