Ms. Alexandra Estrada is a 45 years old Hispanic female. She arrived at BHWS from HELP USA on 11/20/2013. She is currently living in the Department of Homeless Services System since 12/25/2012. Ms. Estrada stands 4”10’ inches tall and weighs approximately 100 lbs. She is of olive skinned complexion, has bleached dyed blond short hair, and has distinct scars on her forehead and left arm.
Ms Anna Liza D. Fernandez demonstrates excellence in the execution and balancing of leadership and management roles in the perioperative unit. Maintains the highest personal performance standards and reflect the successful integration of the VISN Network plans and strategic priorities, VA Program Office programs, and the local Medical Center goals and core values. Her leadership was recognized not only in the local medical center but also with the VISN as she was awarded VISN8 FY14 Quarter Supervisor. Ms Fernandez assumes the role of Nurse Manager of the Operating Room, and has been providing coverage to other NMs of the Surgical Nursing Team, as well as assisting the Chief Nurse of Periopeartive in providing needed coverage in during
Dana Wong is a seventy-year old female who had an ischemic stroke, and is entering our care facility after a seven-day stay at Mercy North Medical Center. The stroke has left her in a wheel chair with decreased mobility on the left side, slurred speech, and relaxed features. The referral came from Dr. Parker on September 12, 2015, which was four days after her admission in the hospital, and request that Mrs. Wong undergo two months of physical, occupational, and speech therapy before she returns to her home at Green Meadows, an assisted care living facility. Dr. Parker noted that Mrs. Wong can benefit from our services, and believes that she can make an adequate recovery, because she is determined to maintain her independent lifestyle. Mrs. Wong has full coverage from Blue Cross Blue Shield, who has agreed to pay for her stay at the facility for a maximum of two months.
INTRODUCTION: This case involves the arrest of the suspect for possession of an open container of alcohol in public, in violation of PMC 9.24.030. The suspect was cited out. INVESTIGATION: On 01-12-16 at 0836 hours, I was working uniformed patrol with Officer Cass #2067.
This test case of Bernie Banton and his case against James Hardie impacted not only individuals concerned about the issue but bigger groups such as the government and businesses. Those who have suffered from asbestos related illnesses and their family are encouraging for a new legislation to be passed, as it would allow plaintiffs to claim for damages within 12 months. The 12 month period is necessary as many people find out they have been a victim of asbestos related disease once they have passed away. The changes in the law have been successful in Victoria, Western and South Australia. Bernie Banton test case was a turning point for those who have been suffering from asbestos related disease so they too can launch their cases against companies responsible such as Amaca Pty Ltd. Banton case later became a test case for
R/s Luis was crying and upset this morning and stated that his mommy was hurt. R/s reportedly on 09/01/16, Filomena (mom) and Fernando (dad) got into fight. R/s Filomena tried to leave and Fernando pushed her and she hit the door. R/s Fernando was arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence.
It was through the sentencing by the magistrate and the court that set the standard for our society and the general public, proving that the legal and justice system is balanced and strong. Thus, reassuring the community that Mr Cruzado’s blatant disregard for the law and also the safety of civilians will not go unnoticed or unpunished. Upon the observation of Mr Cruzado’s case, and also with reference to Dicey’s ‘Rule of Law’ (Thomas 2000), I believe it to be a fair assessment that the court process used here in NSW and within Australia as a whole is both an efficient and effective process in determining the truth between the prosecution and defence, and thus the court process cannot truly be
Vicente Flores is a twelve-year-old, Hispanic, male. In class, he is one grade level below grade level and is an English Language Learner. Vicente understands and speaks conversational English with hesitancy and difficulty. He understands parts of lessons and simple directions. He is also a pre-emergent or emergent level of reading and writing in English.
A final legal concern is Rita’s affair with her business partner Sam. While in this affair, there has been an access of unaccounted money towards her business from Sam. Financially her business is prospering because of Sam’s contributions, because of it there may be future legal concerns that may arise from her having to account for this money. Cultural issues
INTRODUCTION: This case involves suspect Rigoberto Molina being arrested for pushing his girlfriend, victim Philomena Verceles during an argument, causing her to fall/hit a table that was located in the room. During my interview with Molina, he was crying hysterically, angry, and made suicidal statements. Based upon Molina’s statements and actions, I formed the opinion that Molina is a danger to himself/other. Officer Acosta #0047, responded to the scene and placed Molina on a 72 hour mental health evaluation; pursuant to WIC 5150.
Bryan Stevenson is a young Harvard intern on his way to meet a man on death row and is mostly undereducated about the prison systems, and what he wants to do exactly in life and with his career. On his flight he meets the director of the Southern Prisoners Defense Committee, Steve Bright. He tells the scared and nervous Bryan “them without the capital get the punishment,” applying class is largely involved in the justice systems and capital punishment. After only working at a law firm for a short amount of time, he is assigned to meet with one the death row inmates and is instructed to assure the condemned man that he will “not be killed in the next year.” When Bryan finally met the man Henry, although nervous at first, they instantly clicked and Bryan realized
Analysis: The argument that arose before the court was a different legal conception of s.7 than that the prevailing Rodriguez case was deciding. Laws relating to principles of over breadth and gross disproportionality had materially advanced since Rodriguez. The matrix of legislative and social facts in this case also contrasted the evidence before the court in Rodriguez. The evidence proved that assisted suicide does not deprive people who are disabled from s. 15 under equal treatment.
The unfaltering dissension about sentencing juveniles to life in prison without parole has yielded opposition in the criminal justice system and dysfunction towards the young lives facing unsettled, extreme punishment for their mitigating crimes. While this particular topic can branch to very detailed discussions in divergent aspects such as: socially, politically, scientifically, and morally, it should be eliminated to only two characteristics: is it fair and is it right? Although it seems painless and facile to act on impulse when punishing juvenile criminals severely, the consequences are ineffective and adverse to the needs of the victims, the development of adolescent offenders, and the primary function of the criminal justice system.
On Sunday, November 22, 2015 at about 1707 hours while present at group 31 office, I reviewed the arrest reported K15688171-J pertaining to Mr. Marcos Acosta. The following information was disclosed; On November 20, 2015 at about 1848 hours, Mr. Acosta was arrested and charged with the following; Petit Larceny, PL 155.25 and Crim Possession Of Stolen Property, PL 165.40. The details of the arrest are as follows, Mr. Acosta removed a Black Bulls star hat from Foot Locker without permission or authority. The value of the property is 32.00. Mr. Acosta 's arresting officer - PO Steven Navarra tax