Stacey McAlpine who helped Danny Heatley, a former Senator forward rebuild his career after a deadly car crash was charged with a lawsuit for defrauding his clients, Danny Heatley and Chris Philips and laundering the proceeds of the crime. In a statement by the lawsuit, Stacey McAlpine provided Danny Heatly with emotional support and advice during his recovery after the accident. At that time friendship flourished and Danny Heatley trusted and relied on Stacey. In the lawsuit filed at the court, Danny Heatly said that Stacey McAlpine represented him in his career as an NHL player before becoming his business adviser on a salary of $30 million a year.
August 13, 2015 5:13pm FTF with Alan Ortego Paramour by Caseworker Cheryl Pellette Mr. Alan Ortego10/26/1988 632 0329 TX ID 22685310 the address on his TX ID is 398 MT Olive Road Cedar Creek. He lived at the TX ID address for 24 years. He lived in Eunice, LA with his father for about 6 months somewhere in Washington State. He has other children. They are Riley McCauley 5/18/2010
Westover v United States: In Kansas City, Westover was arrested as a suspect in two Kansas City robberies. The FBI received a report that Westover was wanted in California on a felony charge. The night of the arrest and the next morning, Westover was questioned by local police. FBI agents also interrogated Westover for two and a half hours at the station. Westover signed two statements, which were prepared by one of the agents during the questioning, to both California robberies.
The orders in council, Gibbons v. Ogden, the “corrupt bargain,” and the Jacksonian Democracy all involved the “common people” of America. First of all, the orders in council was passed by Great Britain in 1807. This permitted the imprisonment of sailors and forbade neutral ships from visiting ports. Great Britain wanted America to stop all trade with France since they were the enemy at the time. This was not supported by the middle and lower class Americans.
Business Law Case Study Essay: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, 573 U.S (2014) Facts: The Green family runs and owns Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc., a national arts and skills chain that has over 500 stores and they have over 13,000 employees. Other facts of the case are that the Green family has been able to organize the business around the values of the Christian faith and has explicitly expressed the desire to run the company as told by Biblical principles, one of which is the belief that the utilization of contraception is wicked. Also, the facts show that under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), occupation -founded group health care plans must offer certain sorts of preventative care, for example, FDA-accepted contraceptive approaches.
I think that Freeman Fracus did not violate the charter, and that all the charges should be dismissed. Mr. Fracus had posted onto his facebook, his opinion on his mathematics teacher Mr. Massolano. In this post he compared Massolano to the italian dictator; Benito Mussolini. Although I agree this post could be a little offensive, I do not think it violates the charter. Fracus has a right express his opinion, it is written under section 2(b) of the charter, no matter how rude or insulting the opinion is everyone has the right to speak their mind whether in person or online.
The Trinity Western v. Law Society of Upper Canada case occurred between Trinity Western University and the Law Society of Upper Canada. To begin the appellant Trinity Western University (“TWU”) is a long established and well respected private university located in British Columbia. The school's mandate is anchored in an evangelical Christian philosophy. Which means that TWU’s education is to be taught with “a fundamental philosophy and viewpoint that is in accordance with the Christian tradition.” Accompanying the school's core Christian beliefs is their community covenant, The Community Covenant is a code of conduct which encompasses TWU’s Christian religious values.
Sauvé v Canada (Chief Electoral Officer) (2002) Plaintiff - Richard Sauvé Defendant - Attorney General of Canada, Chief Electoral Officer of Canada & the Solicitor General of Canada FACTS The Plaintiff: Richard Sauvé is a former member of the biker gang ‘Satan’s Choice’. In 1975, Sauvé was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for the murder of an opposing gang member. In 1993, Sauvé started a long journey fighting an injustice that denied all inmates the right to vote.
Case Citation: Wilkins v. Gaddy, 130 S.Ct. 1175, 175 L.Ed.2d 995 (2010) Parties: Jamey L. Wilkins, Petitioner Officer Gaddy, Defendant Facts: North Carolina state prisoner, Jamey Wilkins, filed a claim in federal district court alleging that corrections officer, Mr. Wilkins, used excessive force against him. Because of the incident, Wilkins suffered injuries consisting of lower back pain, increased blood pressure, panic attacks, nightmares, and migraines.
The safeguards identified in Morrissey v. Brewer were extended to probationers. In the case of Gagnon v. Scarpelli, Gerald Scarpelli pleaded guilty to an armed robbery in Wisconsin. He was sentenced to 15 years, that was later reduced to probation. I would say he got it easy there instead of serving the fifteen years he got probation, which was later revoked. Scarpelli was then caught committing burglary with another person.
Name of Case: LaChance vs. Erickson Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court Parties and their roles:. LaChance, director, Office of Personnel Management petitioner; Erickson et al Responded Relevant facts: Federal employees made false statements to agency investigators with respect to their misbehavior. The legal issue(s) raised: The legal issue raised was that the respondents, federal employees were charged by their agencies because each of them made false statements to the agency investigators with respect to their misconduct.
Lennie v. Curly is an inciting incident because they both are opposite of each other. They are opposite of each other because in pages 63 – 64 Lennie was getting beaten up by Curly, but Lennie stopped Curly’s fist and broke it. Lennie acts like a baby but Curly acts like a grown up adult bully. Lennie is like a baby in an adult body. Lennie doesn’t know how strong he is and he doesn’t try to be mean and hurt people.
Later in the interview she reported that she had been experiencing fear and anxiety that the worst could happen to her. Ms. NS elaborated on the response that there would be always a possibility that unthinkable events could happen, especially after she had already encounter events like losing her home, getting kicked out from her Godmother’s house, and losing her grandmother and friend around the same time. Precipitating Factors and History of the Problem Ms. NS reported that she and her family lost her grandmother around two years ago. Upon the loss of her grandmother, Ms. NS stated that the house she had lived in as long as she could remember had to be sold.
Turning point Madalyn Murray O'hair's desire to eliminate religious teachings from the public school system had a contribution to a notable increase of juvenile delinquency since her Supreme court case win in 1963. Since the removal, there has been a lack of educational tools in the teaching of ethics and morals to students enrolled in public schools, which has caused the increase of student misbehavior and tragedies through out the United States. In turn, a rippling effect from loss of religious education and a crumbling economic system that now requires a two parent income in the middle class families, school age children are now losing knowledge and understanding to a belief system leading to a higher purpose. Parents have lost the required time and interaction with the increase demands and responsibilities in the family home, unable to teach the mandatory morals, proper behavior and belief of more than self to their children so they can make righteous life decisions. Since Madalyn Murray O'hair's removal of religious teachings from public schools, it has had numerous impacts on changing people's perspective on the world and the people who live in it.
Final Review for Officer Daniel Quarrell Core Competencies Communication: Officer Quarrell gives a relaxing tone and mannerism to the public during his interviews. His written correspondence is precise, accurate and generally never needs to be corrected for errors. I have not heard of any incident that Officer Quarrell communicates with the public ever in a negative way; however, he has been reminded about speaking to his coworkers or supervisor in a more positive way. Customer Service: Officer Quarrell provides useful information to the public during his duties at the InfoPass counter and responds with any questions his clients might have during their interviews. He attempts to maintain processing of cases within the 30-day benchmark limit.