Kira Johnson Eng 111-11:00 Ms. Booms December 9, 2016 Drunk Driving: Proposal The solution to resolving drunk driving is to crack down on laws already set in place and monitor repeat offenders. Drunk driving is defined as the crime of driving a vehicle with excess of alcohol is in the blood. In the current it means getting behind the wheel of a car while intoxicated and no reprimands are given just a slap of the wrist and a fine. In 2012 Kirk Camacho lost his youngest daughter to a drunk driver with a blood alcohol level well over the legal limit. While taking his daughters Bree and Kaley to school was struck on the side of his vehicle.
Veronica Gregory Mr. Greenwell COMII02 10/13/16 Police Body Cameras: The Worn Truth Driving along the freeway from church. You suddenly see flashing lights through your rear view mirror.You keep driving only to find out that the lights that are flashing are for you to pull over. The officer steps out of his car with with his gun drawn. He approaches your car and you ask the question did I do something wrong officer? He never answers your question.
This part of report will explain what “Broken Window Theory” is who made it and how it was implemented in the movie “The Stanford Prison experiment”. “Broken Window Theory” was conducted by Stanford Psychologist Phillip Zimbardo who made several experiments in order to test “Broken Window Theory”. He was trying to understand the difference in behaviors between rich and poor areas which led him to another discovery. He placed a car without plates and with the hood of the car up in each area, the poor and the rich. In poor area all valuable things were gone within 24 hours while in rich area nothing was stolen until Philip Zimbardo broke the window of the car.
Young black men who are shot by the police are very commonly justified, such as Michael Brown who was shot by police because he went for a cops gun inside a cops car. Slyville Smith was killed because he had a record of various arrests, and refused to put his illegally obtained pistol down when an officer asked him to. Where are the overzealous white cops who are out to take young black men into prisons for no reason? Where are the cops who kill solely because they're racist? Some may argue that cops who are pulling people over for “small” crimes like a broken tail light or slightly overspeeding is what causes more police brutality, but if a cop pulls a person over for a broken tail light, and they gets out of the car with a weapon, is the cop really racist in that scenario?
These issues have been caused by criminals impersonating police officers in unmarked cars. These impersonators purchase identical lights and sirens used by police officers vehicles to deceive innocent men and women. The impersonators drive around and pull over innocent
The government didn’t know how they were being played by the powerful Beatty. He not only had men at his fingertips to burn down houses to diffuse fear from books, but he had control over the government as well. People in this area were constantly busy with racing cars down roads and not even thinking about the consequences of their actions until
You will be charged with driving under the influence if your blood alcohol content is above the legal limit or if you are under the influence of drugs (prescription or illegal drugs) to such a degree that you are impaired. When a police officer stops you, he or she may initiate a DUI arrest if you smell alcohol or otherwise appear to be under the influence. The officer must have seen you driving. The officer will use various methods to determine if you are under the influence including a chemical or breath test, field sobriety tests, testing your reflexes and balance as a measure of how well you are able to operate a car. Blood Alcohol Level Blood Alcohol Level refers to the amount of alcohol absorbed by the body.
On July 6, 2016, in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, shots fired from Officer Jeronimo Yanez, killing an African American, Philando Castile. Castile, with his girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her four year old daughter in the car, was pulled over for a broken brake light. Within seventy-four seconds Castile was dead. 74 Seconds, a podcast, from producers John Collins and Riham Feshir, on Minnesota Public Radio, consists of twenty-three episodes. The podcast walks viewers through the entire story of the traffic stop incident, from when it happened to the end of the trial.
My dad stood with me as I gave the police officer my driver’s license and my insurance information. I was 100% responsible for the car accident. The police officer gave me a ticket for a violation and citation for failure to maintain my vehicle. The lady I hit received a ticket for no insurance and driving on a suspended license. The day of this accident, I was sixteen years old and had only had my license for three months.
Pistorius had an incident with a gun at a restaurant, a witness and Oscar’s friend explains, “a shot when off in the restaurant and there was just complete silence” (Lerena, Cross Examination in Court). Oscar asked his friend to take the blame for him because Oscar did not want to deal with the media, Lerena continues in court and explains that “Oscar said to Darren, 'just say it was you. I don't want any tension around me. Just say it was you. Please take the blame for me, there's too much media hype around me'.