Nieves reviewed the security cameras and observed today’s incident as told by Pendle. Based on in the information obtained during the course of the investigation I determined Bishop violated F.S.S. 812.13 robbery, by demanding Pendle give him his watch as he held on to Pendle’s arm with the intent to deprive Pendle of his property. F.S.S. 810.02 burglary by entering the business thru the drive thru window while on foot and remaining inside of an open business after permission was withdrawn by an employee, with the intent to commit an offense therein.
P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P alleges that she was in her kitchen when MOS broke her front door and entered the apartment and pushed her against the wall. P alleges that MOS handcuffed her and Noel Tartlaon, Noel Tartlaon, Jr. and Farrow Wright (non-parties). Defendant MOS Jose Peinan states that MOS were executing a search warrant obtain after confidential informant bought drugs form Jumaane, (non-party). MOS Peinan states that Jumane was arrested in the lobby and narcotics were recovered from him.
P alleges false arrest. P alleges he was visiting his grandmother in a NYCHA building when MOS approached him and arrested him for trespassing. P alleges that a trespass notice was issued to him by NYCHA which prohibited him entering NYCHA property which is not his residence. P alleges that he was removed from the excluded people list and he showed the MOS paperwork showing that he was removed from the list. P alleges at the precinct he suffered an asthma an attack and was taken to the hospital.
• P alleges excessive force and false arrest. P claims he was at his former girlfriend’s apartment when two MOS arrested. P claims that he was placed in RMP and taken to PSA 6 precinct. P claims that at the precinct several MOS assaulted him causing him to lose vision in one eye. MOS Carlos Sierra was not present at the precinct for the incident.
The teen, whose name is Charles, was arrested at his home a few days later. Charles is being held at Turner Gillford Correctional Facility. He refused to talk to reporters. Charles 's stepfather, Willis Archibald, has stated that his stepson is innocent. He also stated that they are trying to pin a murder on a teenager who has a lot of issues.
Furthermore, while Thomas Sophonow was in custody, he showed an undercover officer a door locking technique. Although the undercover officer was looking for a confession, he decided to use Mr. Sophonow’s knowledge and demonstration of the locking technique as further evidence that would pin him to the case, as it was noted that the door was locked from the inside when Barbara Stoppel’s life came to an untimely end. Lastly, police found the twine that had fibres of Barbara Stoppel’s sweater and was thought to have been the murder weapon. This physical evidence could have come from one of two places; Power twines company or the
Aguirre left and Lopez called the police to describe the man. As she was on the phone with a dispatcher, the man came back into the store and robbed her. The second witness, Kevan Baker, pulled into the station and heard bangs on the station’s window and saw a man struggling with a woman. As Baker approached the gas station, the murderer threatened him and took off. When police searched the area, they found De Luna not far from the station.
This case began when officers were responding to a weapons disturbance on a private residence. When the police entered petitioner Lawrence’s apartment, they witnessed him and another male, petitioner Garner, engaging in consensual sexual act. Both petitioners were arrested and convicted of deviate sexual intercourse, which was in violation of the Texas statute that forbade two people of the same sex to to engage in certain intimate sexual conduct. The State Court of Appeals held the sentence and said that the statute was not unconstitutional under the Due Process Clause of the fourteenth amendment. The court had considered a case, Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186, pushing the point across.
another way this can be justifiable is when the governent is using the person to obtain eveidence ( 'the discovery of the criminal activity or evidence"). An exaplple of n the fourth amendment was being violated is the case, Burdeau v. McDowell, 256 U.S 465, 475 (1921) is the case that stared the debate of public and private searches. this case is about a privtae person enterning and searching McDowell 's office. he seized specific papers and turned them over a public prosecutor who wantted to use it in court. Since eveince was not a pursuant and the government did not play a role in the prcoess of the searcha nd seizure the court ruled for the papers to be returned.
Kaelea Tullly Moran v. Burbine Case When detained by the Police in Cranston, Rhode Island for breaking and entering Brian Burine was immediately given his Miranda Rights and he denied his right to a lawyer. Though the entire process the piece seemed to have obtained evidence they Mr. Burbine had committed a murder in near by providence Rhode Island.He confessed to the breaking and entering and tot the murder when he waved his rights. Because Mr. Burbine’s sister knew he had an appointment with a certain lawyer she called his office but he specifically was not available but his partner was. The original lawyer’s partner called the police department but the people department told the parent that he had refused his right to council and was
Miranda v. Arizona In 1966 Ernest Miranda was arrested at his home and taken to a police station where he was identified by the complaining witness. After a 2 hour interrogation he was found guilty of kidnapping and rape. He confessed all of this without being read his rights. The police did not read him his rights that are stated in the 5th amendment. So he did not have a lawyer and he did not know he had the right to have an attorney present.
a That matter in the fact is that is illegal for a police officer to put a suspect or obtained in a “headlock.” The officer in the death of Eric Garner denies any use of headlocks or chokeholds, but according to multiple eye witnesses and video evidence some may say otherwise. The true sad thing of this is that the man was only selling cigarettes. New York Police Officers had been watching Eric very closely and went they got close, Eric told the Officers that he was doing nothing wrong and did not deserve to be harassed. Eric had been selling single cigarettes from packs. The officers then went towards Eric to arrest, but things went south very
The police officers asked the employers if they had seen anything suspicious and they told the officers that they were not able to clean the upper floors. They became suspicious of that afterwards, so they went to the upper floors to check it out. They then realized what they had discovered, they saw the torture chamber holmes used to kill his victims. Holmes was first charged with insurance scams and then later on he was charged for first degree murder of Benjamin Pitezel.
In addition to Jay 's testimony, evidence against Adnan Syed included a palm print on a map that could not be dated, and cell phone records. It is possible that Syed asked Lee for a ride after school to get into her car and kill her. Koenig goes through all the evidence, including the prosecution 's timeline and "some stray things" that don 't add up, including a neighbor 's story, the testimony of Jay 's friend Jen, and the sequence of cell phone calls
On September 25th David was arrested for vandalizing property and for burglary. David’s case became so popular in North Carolina because during his trial the state did not provide him with a lawyer. When David appeared in court he was informed of all the charges against him. The court also showed the footage of the defendants house where someone had entered his house to destroy his property and to steal. At the end of the hearings David plead not guilty.