An absurd amount of innocent people in the nation, have fallen victim to a disorganized legal system, and are suffering because of it. Dennis Brown, and James Harden, are two examples of this, and can relate because of it. They’ve been falsely convicted, without DNA evidence, but the truth of the case is finally revealed with their release.
Officer Perez reports being dispatched to a disturbance at 11 Langton. Perez arrived on scene and met with Ann Mcelroy that stated she lost her phone and found that 2 kids had possession of the phone and was able to get the phone returned to her. Mcelroy stated she wanted to make a report of her phones information had been erased and was concerned of any personal information that was possibly had been taking prior to her getting her phone back. Perez had Mcelroy complete a witness statement form.
Individuals who had their rights infringed were prisoners who served more than 3 years in prison. In this case, Vicki lee roach had been serving 6 years in prison for negligently causing a car accident.
Albert W. Florence, the petitioner in this case, was initially arrested in 1998 and charged with use of a deadly weapon and obstruction of justice (Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders, Opinion, I). He pled guilty to two lesser counts and was ordered to make monthly payments to cover his fine. However, as stated in the Opinion of the Court, he did not keep up with his payments, and a warrant was issued for his arrest in 2003. Florence paid the rest of his fine only days later. However, when he and his wife were pulled over in Burlington County, New Jersey, in 2005, the state trooper’s computer system still had Florence’s warrant, so he arrested and transported him to Burlington County Detention Center. However, as noted in the majority opinion, the arrest itself was not the cause of the case.
“Teenager’s Jailing Brings a Call to Fix Sex Offender Registries,” is an article written by Julie Bosman, and published by the New York Times Newspaper. The article is written about a 19-year-old named Zachery Anderson who is listed on a sex offender registry for life. The cause of this was talking to an under aged female through a dating app called “Hot or Not.” Although, Zachary Anderson did not know that the girl who had lied about her being 17, was actually 14, he later plead guilty to what had happened. Reading this newspaper article had me thinking about all sorts of things, whether it was about the fact that Zachary had sex with a female who was under the age of consent in Michigan or the fact that he was put on the sex offender registry.
On November 6th, 2015 at approximately 1830 hours I, Investigator James Poffel was the on-call investigator and contacted by Officer Garrett Dunlap, regarding him being dispatched to 1517 Baltimore St in reference to a sexual assault report. The sexual assault was said to have occurred approximately two weeks prior.
6. Analyze the authors on both sides. Are they liberal or more conservative? Who do they represent as in their organization? What does that say about their organization? (Explain)
A child (Sinthasomphome) was returned to the custody of his assailant by police officers after being found naked and beaten on the streets after his escape. The child was later killed by this assailant. Parents of the child filed a civil rights action against the police officers and the city of Milwaukee for discrimination and failure to provide equal protection for their son. Survivors of other victims of his assailant also filed civil rights actions. District Court on motions to dismiss held; complainant’s parents held liability of officers and city of the boys return to his assailant: motion granted.
I hunched over my desk, eyes scrutinizing the thorough biology notes, when our house phone rang. Immediately, a machine asked “Would you like to accept Carlos Carrillo’s phone call from the Lancaster County Prison?”. Wide-eyed, I recognized my father’s name, accepted the call and handed the phone to my sister. Already panicked at having the prison call our home, she hung up with a face displaying utter perturbation.
On August 3rd, 2015, at or about 1817 hours, I was dispatched to 1700 North Federal Highway, Hollywood Florida, in reference to assisting Officer Baluja (CCN 3432) to a suspicious incident.
The facts, issues and court holding about the In re Gault case is that a 15 year old boy by the name of Gerald Gault (Jerry). Jerry was accused of making foul telephone call to one of his neighbors. This took place on June 8, 1964. Jerry and one of his by the name of Ronald Lewis was taken to a detention home and was arrested. Gault had a pervious arrest from stealing a wallet from a woman’s purse, him and another boy. Short time later Gault mother was looking for him and Lewis family told her, her son was arrested. At the time Gerald was picked up, his mother and father were both at work. No notice that Gerald was being taken into custody was left at the home. No other steps were taken to advise them that their son had, in effect, been arrested.
On October 23, 2015, at approximately 2050hrs I made contact with Austin Quinn at the Brookfield Police Department in reference to petit larceny. Quinn was arrested on sight. I read Quinn his Miranda Rights at approximately 2055hrs. Quinn advised on 10/17/2015, at approximately 2000hrs, Dallas Epperson and himself went to Wal-Mart in Brookfield to buy a drink. Quinn advised Epperson had got his ears pierced and bought something at Wal-Mart but didn’t know what Epperson bought. Quinn advised Epperson asked him to steal the iPhone case. Quinn advised he left the LifeProof iPhone 6 case under a MIZZOU hat in the MIZZOU apparel.
The judge’s decision in the case of Walter B. can be discussed from the two perspectives, though her decision still seems to be wrong in the light of the presented evidence. From the first perspective, the judge relied upon the legislatures and federal laws to derive her own opinion. One of the major tenets she was driven by is the capable guardianship effect, which suggests that dangerous offenders, who live closely to neighborhoods, can potentially harm the community members (Mancini, 2014). Since Walter had a neurological condition and was caught on the possession of child pornography (Sacks, 2015), he was considered to be dangerous for people in his community due to his inclination to sexually abuse children. This fact was reinforced by
when applied to juveniles. Underlying all three opinions is the contention that well-documented developmental differences between juveniles and adults renders juvenile offenders less culpable than adult offenders, and that diminished culpability justifies differential treatment at sentencing.
The Juvenile Justice System has been getting more attention in the recent years. It is being discussed on how the system needs to change in order to help the youth involved in the system, rather than putting them in a prison for years. As someone who is going into the criminal justice field and who has a cousin that was charged as an adult and put in prison for ten to fifteen years, this topic is of great interest to me. It has forced me to think, how should the juvenile justice system change? With that comes issues and arguments about why it should or should not be changed, the purpose of this paper is in need of being discussed, the audience for this paper will be a wide variety of people, but the research on this topic is plentiful.