In order to evacuate the hospital in the time frame given to him by the state police, Cook gave Pou instructions on how kill four ICU patients who were obese. Pou defends her actions by stating she was only making the patients comfortable, in a sense that if they allowed the patients to live through the next day it would be as if the patients were living in hell. In July 2006 the doctor and the nurses in connection with the death of the patients were arrested but the charges were later dropped.
Alberto Gonzales v. Angel McClary Raich, 545 U.S Facts: California passed the “Compassionate Use Act of 1996” which allowed for ill residents to use medical marijuana for medical purposes. The respondents, Angel Raich and Diane Morson suffered from several illness that only medical marijuana could treat. They were growing marijuana in their home, and had their plants destroyed by DEA agents.The Defendant sued the Attorney General, arguing that Congress had exceeded their interstate commerce clause authority in legislating the behavior of a local citizen, consuming a locally grown herb in his own home, after the act was passed.
There was an individual on scene prior to police arrival who placed a rag on Agnes ' head and held pressure on the wound until an ambulance arrived. When Shenandoah Ambulance arrived on scene they assessed Agnes ' injuries. This officer observed black marks on the back of Agnes ' coat and pant leg. The black mark on her coat was consistant with the driver 's side mirror and the black mark on her pant leg appeared to have been from the driver 's side tire of the silver Subaru stationwagon. Agnes was placed in the rear of the ambulance and transported to Schuylkill Medical Center South Hospital.
The Officer returned to the facility and spoke with the manager 'Chris" who initially stated he could not recall the event mentioned however after the Officer interviewed the staff person (Abundio) the manager was able to recall an incident involving 86 year old resident Gloria Jassen 's attempt to leave the facility. According to the Officer the manager remembered Gloria bleeding form her leg. The manager disclosed to the Officer that Gloria has skin cancer that causes several lesions on her legs. Furthermore the manager revealed that Gloria has a history of kicking him as well as other staff members. The manager subsequently revealed that Gloria 's family is aware of her attempts to leave the facility.
Introduction: A patient was bought into the emergency room for emergent care following a motor vehicle accident. The parents or guardian of the 16-year-old male were not present because he had recently escaped from a nearby detention center. The doctor administered what he considered life saving measures without adult consent. Patient was administered 40 mg of methadone because he reported that he was in a methadone treatment program and suffering from withdrawals. Patient was alert and oriented at the time of questioning.
At the burial ground, after the mother has finally been buried, emotions isolated, as Darl was about to be taken to the mental institution after the family had declared that he was crazy. The Bundren’s plan was to send Darl to Jackson to a mental institution. As Darl was being taken away Dewey Dell and Jewel suddenly attack him. Cash narrated this scene and he was surprised when Dewey Dell violently attacked Darl because in his perspective he thought that Dewey Dell liked Darl better than anyone else in the family. He states, “But the curiousest thing was Dewey Dell.
Per summons and complaint, plaintiff claims assault and false arrest. Plaintiff states that he was watching MOS arrest a woman when a friend, Tiaya Cornelius (non-party) asked plaintiff to help her carry grocery bags to her home. Plaintiff states that an inebriated unknown male attempted to grab one of the bag. Plaintiff states while he and Ms. Cornelius were informing the unknown male that they did not need his help, plaintiff was struck on both side of his head by police batons. Plaintiff claims that he was handcuffed.
James King is guilty because of the witness, Lorelle Henry’s testify. Sandra Petrocelli asks witness, Lorelle Henry, what had happened that day and what she overheard. Lorelle replies with, “The gentleman sitting at that table was one of the men arguing [points to King]” pg 164. Mrs. Henry- who had only gone to the store to get medicine for her sick granddaughter- had seen an argument between 2 men, one of them being identified as Mr.King, with the store owner. She left before anything got out of hand.
It will never be the same. In the novel by Matthew Costello Vacation Jack Murphy a nypd cop and his partner rodriguez, were attacked in an apartment building. Jack watched as his partner was ripped apart by the can heads (infected humans). Jack was also injured trying to protect himself from a can head. He now has to go to therapy and was told he couldn’t go back into work until he takes some vacation time.
Harris was not only charged with his son death, but also charged with five more charges first-degree cruelty to children, second-degree cruelty to children, criminal attempt to commit a felony (sexual exploitation of a minor) and two counts of dissemination of harmful material to minors. During the time Harris was at work and forgotten to drop his child off to daycare Harris also look up on his phone the danger to someone being in a hot car for a period of time. Harris wife went to the daycare to pick up the child the wife made a comment after the child was not there saying “Harris must has left Cooper in the car.” Justin Harris has been painted to be a terrible father by authorities after admitted looking up on online how hot a car needed to be to kill a child. People that known Harris reported Harris has been a good father. People even sign a petition wanting Harris to be release from
Schorr’s case demonstrates that some courts do not agree on how to apply the ADA and may extend the ADA to involuntary commitment orders. Schorr had a bipolar disorder. His family and roommate requested Schorr be involuntarily committed. An order was issued, police officers apprehended Schorr, and took him to a hospital. Schorr escaped from the hospital and returned home.
President Kennedy was rushed to Parkland Hospital. Mrs Kennedy would not let go of her husband 's body because she didn’t want people to see him that way. Lady Bird Johnson records in her audio diary , "...And saw a bundle of pink just like a drift of blossoms lying in the backseat. It was Mrs. Kennedy lying over the President 's body." Mr. Hill took off his coat to cover the president and the rushed him to trauma room one.
It was subsequently learned that the subject, before police arrived entered the home of his girlfriend and forcefully took her keys and drover her vehicle recklessly and destroying a nearby utility pole and two fences. After the vehicle became inoperable the subject went to the chair where officers encountered him. The subject was transported to Eskenazi Hospital for mental evaluation and will likely face preliminary charges once investigators have had a chance to investigate this
• Per the summons and complaint, plaintiff alleges two incidents of false arrest. First incident (TPO January 17, 2014 at 1740 hours, 1839 Lexington Avenue, Manhattan), plaintiff claims he was visiting his friend in apartment 9F at the building. Plaintiff states that he was in the lobby when MOS, including defendant PO Ortega, stopped, questioned, searched, and arrested him. Plaintiff alleges that MOS struck him in the back, face, head, and neck. Plaintiff states that he suffered a seizure at the 23rd precinct lobby causing him to go into a coma for approximately six days.
The six officers accused of Gray 's death are Caesar Goodman, Garret Miller, Edward Nero, William Porter, Lieutenant Brian Rice and Sargent Alicia White. The causes of the injuries were at first obscure; eyewitness records recommended that the officers include used excess force against Gray while apprehending him. Commissioner Anthony W. Batts reported that, despite department tactics, the officers did not fasten Gray properly while inside the van when transporting him to the police headquarters. The medical examination found that Gray had sustained the injuries while in transport.On May 1, 2015, the Baltimore City State 's Attorney, Marilyn Mosby, announced her office filed charges against six cops after they got a medical examiner report that led Gray 's passing a homicide. The officer driving the van was accused of second-degree "debased heart homicide," and others were charged with violations extending from murder to unlawful arrest.