The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) is New Jersey’s child protection and welfare agency and has the obligation to provide services for every child and family suffering from abuse and neglect. The Office of Adolescent Services (OAS) supports the transition of adolescents into adulthood and is obligated to develop a robust service system that seeks to provide services and supports youth. Both DCPP and OAS fall within the State of New Jersey’s Department of Children and Families (DCF). The Division of Child Protection and Permanency defines the aging out population as the age of majority, which New Jersey law has defined as the age (18) at which a child becomes an adult. This stage is known as adolescence. DCF policy defines
The beginning of the story starts out with 4 kids who’s names are Lucy, Nate, Brian, and Bradley. They are all friends who thought they saw 2 burglars rob Furry Feet Pet Shop. So, they decided to follow them everywhere they went. First the burglars went to Ellie’s Diner and drank something. Next, they went to the Elderly Housing and picked up somebody and left. Then ,they went to the Shangri-LA Hotel and left through the back door after they checked to see if someone they were looking for was there. After they left they were going to Nate’s house and from there the friends found out that the burglars were not burglars but were actually Lucy’s parents coming home for Lucy’s birthday on New Years Eve.
MILLERSBURG — A Wooster man on Wednesday was given a chance to avoid prison when he was sentenced to complete a treatment program for admittedly being in possession of methamphetamine.
Involved in this case were Ronnie Allen Dickens, who was a minor at the time, Louise Dickens who was next friend, Helen Louise Dickens, and Dan Ira v. the Johnson Board of Education, Gerald Buckles, and Martha Riggs. Ronnie was a student at Mountain City Elementary School in Johnson County Tenn. Ronnie was in the sixth grade. ("DICKENS BY DICKENS v. Johnson County Bd. of Educ., 661 F. Supp. 155 (E.D. Tenn. 1987)") Ronnie’s teacher Martha Riggs decided to place Ronnie in a “Timeout” because of his disruptive behavior. Ms. Riggs had attempted other strategies with Ronnie but they were not successful. The “Timeout” area was made of cardboard from a refrigerator box that was around five feet tall. Ms. Riggs had it standing against a wall in the room and it had three sides
I would use Westlaw as my source to locate statutes and information to assist in my representation of the case. To begin my research on Mr. Newhouse’s slip and fall case, I would go into Westlaw, select “State Materials”, “Michigan”, and then “Michigan Statutes and Court Rules.” From this page, I would type in the search bar “premises liability.” In the top right hand corner under secondary sources, there is a result that populated titled § 7.Premises liability.
B. Kraus’ “conduct” grabbing Hardy by the arm will not be dismissed as a de minimis infraction
As part of a system students, primarily students of color, have been targeted for searches during school, an institution teenagers are required to take. As a result of compulsory schooling, there has been an increase of incarceration of students of color due to practices implemented by schools. Practices such as the zero tolerance policy disproportionately affect students of color. Zero tolerance describes a strict and uncompromising form of administration that penalizes any forms of offenses. This encourages other practices such as random searches against students, which threatens their right to not be subjected against unreasonable searches, in other words their
The period of the trial was the 1910, more specifically the trial started on May 13, 1910 (pg.1). During the 1910 America was still developing into a world power, and many immigrants from other countries where attracted to t he prosperity that was available in America (Baily, S. L., 1983, pg.281). New York State specifically was one of the fastest growing states in the country with one of the best economical prosperity for native workers, and immigrants (Baily, S. L., 1983, pg.281).
AOC-CV-100 State of North Carolina Civil Summons also serves as a subpoena to the defendant to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the District or Superior Court Division in the General Court of Justice of the North Carolina State. The summons is served under the G.S. 1A-1, Rules 3, 4 provisions of North Carolina General Statutes. Plaintiff can endorse defendants using the spaces provided in this legal instrument. The defendant can respond within thirty days of serving the summons to the plaintiff, his/her attorney, and to the court by submitting the original answer with the Clerk of Superior Court. Mandatory Arbitration may apply to the hearing and the court provided further orders and directives
Agnes Maples, 90, would have been forced to pay hefty fines of up to $2,500 per day if she did not get her property cleaned up. Her neighbors had complained about the messy yard, but little did they know, it wasn't actually Maples' mess. A relative of the elderly widow's had been storing his belongings and dumping his trash in her yard for years. When the city decided to take action against Maples, she tried to get her relative to move his junk, but he would not remove it and the task proved to be too difficult for Maples to do on her own.
Castro is likely an “owner” of the dog because the injury took place after he allowed the dog inside his house, and took care of Puccini when he gave her a treat and bowl of water.
On July 14, 2002 Defendant Jackson decided to break into victim home. The victim went out for about an hour on the morning and returned home to find defendant in his room. The victim threw his keys at defendant, and defendant ran and obnubilated in a closet. The victim pulled on the closet door, but defendant was prehending the doorknob on the inside. Defendant then relinquished the doorknob and sprang from the closet; the victim prehended him and they fell together onto the bed, breaking it. Defendant rose and ran for the front door, dragging the victim, who retained his hold. Finding the front door closed, defendant headed for the back door, but the victim occluded his path. At some point, the victim injuctively authorized to visually perceive
The first issue to be decided is whether Ms. Durand’s presence on the property of Mr. and Mrs. Moore is considered “trespassing” in order to establish burglary. Under Ohio Rev. Code § 2911.12 (A), a person is guilty of burglary if she uses force, stealth, or deception to “trespass” in an occupied structure and has the purpose to commit any criminal offense. This privilege can be expressed or implied by the owner of the property. In this case, Ms. Durand was “trespassing” under the terms of the Ohio burglary statute. While servicing the property’s rehabilitation, Ms. Durand did receive permission to enter the Moore’s townhouses. However, the work Ms. Durand was contracted to perform on the house that would permit her presence on the property was concluded. After the work was done, Ms. Durand no longer had the permission from the Moore’s to be on the property. Therefore, under Ohio Rev. Code § 2911.12, Ms. Durand was a “trespasser” on the Moore’s property, because it is implied that the permission that once granted her entrance to the townhouses had expired when her contracted work was completed.
First thing I would like to implement is where I would recommend that all offenders placed on probation and parole would have a baseline drug test. Then those with a drug abuse problem or history would have mandatory substance abuse counseling. This is because approximately two thirds of probationers can be characterized as alcohol or drug involved offenders (Treatment, 2005). I believe that this would help to lower the recidivism rate because the offenders would no longer have negative habits that take away from their monthly finances. It would also take away the need to commit crimes to pay for their drug or alcohol habits. Second, I would recommend that there be some form of government funded employment opportunities for parolees.
The relation between property and the actions that could have an injurious effect on those who surround us has been the object of many researchers, not only in the economic field, but in the legal one, too. It finds the main reason in the presence of multiple controversial cases that arise every day because of the relations that individuals suffer with other individuals, companies or even the government. In this particular case we have two parties composed by Eddie, who has an electrical company which discharges smoke. On the other hand it’s Lucille, owner of a laundry who apparently receives the damage, for the clothes get dirty because of the smoke of the electric company. However, as we will see later, there are problems that emanate of