Suicidal/Homicidal Ideation Antwone is not prone to any suicidal risks. There is no evidence of a past planned or attempted suicide. Antwone is not a danger to himself or to others, and there is no evidence that he has any thoughts about harming others. His only high risk behavior is that he is likely to get into an altercation with the other sea-men when they provoke him. Abused Assessment
No criminal charges have been filed against Nick although he does have to respond to the lawsuit leveled against him. Nick continues to plead his innocence in the matter as he pushes the blame on Bobbi Kristina. He claims that she did too many drugs and that is what
Matthew Kinney, 32, of Damariscotta, faces a charge of class E theft by unauthorized taking or transfer in connection with an incident on March 5. Peter E. Townsend, 32, of Boothbay Harbor, faces a single count each of class E theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and class E violation of condition of release in connection with an incident on March 7. Townsend also faces charges of burglary of a motor vehicle and domestic violence assault in connection with incidents in Damariscotta on March 2. Warlick and Officers Jim Dotson, Erick Halpin, and Kyle Sylvester were the investigating officers.
Untie the Judges Hands Imagine you are a fifty-one year old man and you have not eaten in two days, and you resort to theft. Stealing a fifty-cent package of doughnuts from the corner store. You are at your home when suddenly officers burst in and arrest you.
• Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims false arrest and excessive force. Plaintiff claims that he was walking on the sidewalk when MOS approached him and asked if he swallowed something. Plaintiff states that informed MOS that he had swallowed a piece of candy then MOS arrested him. Plaintiff states that MOS struck him in the face and body. Plaintiff states that he was taken to Lutheran Hospital.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) - Two thieves stole more than $10,000 worth of Apple merchandise from a Verizon store in Van Buren on Thursday morning, police say. The suspects tossed a large rock through one of the store 's windows and were only in the business for a short amount of time, according to the Van Buren Police Department.
United States. In this case, a man was prosecuted for illegal alcohol sales using evidence obtained by wiretapping a phone in his home. In the ruling of this case, the Supreme Court decided that since no physical home intrusion was committed, the question of telephone wiretapping is not one that is within the scope of the Fourth Amendment’s protection . Chief Justice Taft said in the opinion, “The amendment itself shows that the search is to be of material things—the person, the house, his papers or his effects… Since the evidence was a conversation and no entry was made into Olmstead’s home, there was therefore no violation of his rights against unreasonable search and seizure6.” The case was 5-4, and in one of the dissenting opinions, Justice Brandeis offered a progressive interpretation of the Fourth Amendment and an uncannily accurate prediction of the future: “The progress of science in furnishing the Government with means of espionage is not likely to stop with wire-tapping…
History: Veteran stated his father was an alcoholic as well as his uncles, and they engaged in binge drinking. He consumed his first alcoholic beverage at the age of 10-years-old. He acknowledged that he has consumed alcohol excessively for the duration of four months, and within this timeframe he had a personal bar set up in his home. In 2013, he was sober for 6 months, and cited his family as his motivation for sobriety during this time.
They grabbed him from a shopping mall, walked with him through the suburbs of Bootle and Walton, then took him to a secluted area on train tracks and killed him. This case attracted media attention, for the reaon of the murderers being only ten year old. In the trial 38 witness testified, that they saw the three boys and most of them saw that Bulger was in distress. But only a few of them intervened but not to the extent that they saved Bulger.
In 1986, the U.S. supreme court ruled to uphold the constitutionality of a Georgia sodomy law criminalizing anal and oral sex in private between consenting adults, marking a legal precedent allowing individual states to freely enforce sodomy statutes of their own. This supreme court case, Bowers v. Hardwick, began when Michael Hardwick was found by police having oral sex with another man when they entered his home. Hardwick was charged with sodomy, a felony in Georgia. A preliminary hearing was held with Hardwick, as a self-described practicing homosexual, asserting that the anti-sodomy statute placed him in imminent danger of arrest. He filed suit in Federal District Court, arguing the statute was unconstitutional.
The Gilded Age is defined as the time between the post-Reconstruction era and World War 1 in which the U.S population and economy grew quickly, however, there was a lot of political corruption and corporate financial misleadings. The reforms of the Progressive Era resolved many of the alleged problems during the Gilded Age such as unethical business practices, tainted food supply and poor and unsafe conditions for factory workers. During the Gilded Age, captains of industries like John D. Rockefeller supposedly used “unethical” business practices. They cooperated with other companies like the Railroad Companies which allowed them to transport their products around the country at a lower price compared to other companies consequently selling
In Krysmalski by Krysmalski v. Tarasovich, a woman was deemed close enough by the Court to satisfy the witness element when she was located inside a grocery store when a car in the grocery store’s parking lot hit her children. 622 A.2d 127, 301 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1993). The distance was not specified, and the mother was still inside the store when her children were hit. This will provide support for Ms. Nordlund’s proximity to the accident, as the distance can be measured and should be deemed close enough for this element to be satisfied.
On May 23, 1957, police officers showed up to a house in Cleveland and demanded to be let inside. They believed a man who was recently involved in a bombing was hiding inside. Dollree Mapp, the woman who lived in the home refused to let them in. Ms. Mapp explained to the officers that she needed to see a search warrant before letting them enter the home. They were unable to provide one, so they left.
Title of Case: Lau v. Nichols: 414 US 563 (1974) Plaintiff: Kinney Kinmon Lau Defendant: Alan Nichols, San Francisco Unified School District Setting: San Francisco, CA Major Issues Raised/ What is the case about? This case examines the responsibility that a school district has to establish a program that deals with the various language issues of non-English speaking students.