T.L.O. Is Tracy Lois Odem. He went to Piscataway High School in New Jersey. She went
Mrs. Mabee ordered two-one gallon glass jugs of sulphuric acid, which were delivered to her front door. While Mrs. Mabee carried the jugs from the front door toward the back of the house, one of the jugs shattered and spilled on her body and on the dining room floor and furniture, causing severe damage.
United States v. Nixon and Clinton v. Jones should have had the same outcome from the Supreme Court. Both, former President 's violated the law and wanted to use presidential privileges to dismiss their cases. In the United States v. Nixon, the Court had the right to order the President to relinquish the tapes to Congress to use as evidence for the trial against the seven members held accountable. Those accused were owed a duty by the Court to be given a fair and speedy trial. In the Clinton v. Jones case, the Court should have not granted the former President Clinton immunity because the general public needs to realize that not even the President can violate the law and get away with it. I agree with the Supreme Court on placing emphasizes on keeping the presidential power in check but respecting the doctrine of separation of powers. The Court has the power to hear cases that involve federal questions because the
After placing about fifteen poker chips of one color in a pile near the row of six square blocks. I tell her that “Each block needs a chip as a partner. Can you take some chips so that there is the same amount to go with the blocks?” After telling her that she then assemble the blocks and poker pieces in pairs where each block has two poker pieces. She then says that “I need another block so that it can have two poker chips to go with it” I asked her why and she says “because there are still three poker chips left and they need a block so they all can have poker pieces” She arranged the poker piece and blocks where each block had a poker piece beside it. I asked her why she put them together like that and she said “so I can tell how many
How does the Supreme Court work and what is it made up of? These questions asked every day by some who do not have a full understanding of how the United States court system works. According to chapter three of the textbook, Constitutional Law and the Criminal Justice System by J. Scott Harr, Karen M. Hess, Christine Orthmann, and Jonathon Kingsbury the United Sates Supreme Court is the last and final word (Harr, Hess, Orthmann, & Kingsbury, 2015, p. 59). Meaning that if the Supreme Court reaches a ruling it is set in stone and no other judicial or political person or group can overturn the decision (Harr, Hess, Orthmann, & Kingsbury, 2015, p. 59). Nowhere in the article was it stated
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In San Diego, California on August 2, 2009 several members of the Lincoln Park gang opened fire on a rival gang in a drive-by shooting. Among these Lincoln Park members was David Leon Riley. After the shooting, Riley and his crew got in his Oldsmobile and fled the scene. Not one month later Riley was driving a different vehicle and was pulled over for having expired tags, this along with the fact that his license was suspended gave police the authority and obligation to impound the car and take Riley in. When a vehicle is impounded police perform a search to inventory everything in the vehicle to protect against future liability cases and to check
Facts: In 1983, Mr. and Mrs. Miles were conducting an activity where they utilized a kitten’s linguistic ability for a course of speech therapy which enabled them to obtain moneys from passersby in the City of Augusta, Georgia. After being reported to the police, Mr. and Mrs. Miles were told they would have to purchase a $50 business license for a business and the activity would be taxable in accordance with City of Augusta’s Business License Ordinance. Mr. and Mrs. Miles eventually challenged the constitutionality of the Business License Ordinance enacted by City of Augusta, Georgia.
In 1992 Arkansas voters approved an amendment to the state constitution, prohibiting anyone who had previously served two terms in the Senate or three terms in the House of Representatives to run again. Representative Ray Thornton filed suit asking a state court to declare to declare the amendment unconstitutional. They claimed the Constitution establishes the sole qualifications for federal officeholders and the states may not alter them. The lower court struck down the amendment as unconstitutional and in 1994 the state Supreme Court affirmed. The amendment proponents then appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
NS who is a Muslim woman made a complaint of being sexually assaulted by 2 men within family during her childhood. Both men were charged for the assault in 2007. During the opening inquiry in 2008, NS explained she was going to testify with her niqab on for religious purposes
In regards to the Brent Small case, I personally believe that Mr. Smalls shouldn't be found guilty due to the lack of evidence. Although there was a witness who saw what happened, the evidence isn’t consistent with the case. The vehicle did match the description but the witness was unsure of the license plate and the damage to the vehicle isn’t significant to the crime committed. I don't believe that the evidence is strong enough to convict Mr. Smalls.
On 04/23/2016 at approximately 23:15 hours deputies discovered a vehicle parked on the bridge that goes over the Ninnescha river, in the 800 block of E. 110th AVE North Sumner County, KS. the vehicle matched the description of a vehicle that was seen leaving the area of a verbal disturbance with shots fired. Deputy Coon went and made contact with the driver as I gave the vehicle information to dispatch. The vehicle was a white Chevrolet truck with Oklahoma tag of 541KQY VIN of 1GCGC29R5VE127727. After the vehicle information was given to dispatch I walked up to the passenger side door and began to look inside. Sitting in plain view in the passengers seat was an open bottle of FireBall Whisky.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed the lower courts approval of the drug checkpoint saying, “the checkpoint contravened the Fourth Amendment” (Cornell University Law School LII, 2000). The United States Supreme Court affirmed that decision stating that the, “checkpoint program was indistinguishable from a general interest crime control” (Cornell University Law School LII, 2000) that violated the Fourth Amendment.
Billionaires Eli and Edythe Broad have spent their lifetime giving back. After creating shareholder wealth by providing vital homebuilding and retirement savings services through the two Fortune 500 companies he created — KB Home and SunAmerica, Inc.— Eli Broad and Edythe, his wife of 57 years, are now devoting their time, energy and resources to philanthropy. As the child of immigrant parents, Eli Broad was instilled with the values of hard work, education and the dream that anything was possible. Total Net worth: $6.9 billion 2012 Total giving: $376 million ($5.5% of net worth) All time giving: $3.5 billion. - Billionaires Eli and Edythe
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) have raised controversy on whether the law supports or damages the health insurance for all Americans. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) or commonly known as Obamacare is a federal law signed by President Barack Obama on 2010. According to the website ‘Obama Care Facts’ this law “creates a mandate for large employers to provide insurance, the expansion of Medicaid, and the opening of Health Insurance Marketplaces to help subsidize private insurance.” Its main goal is to provide and improve affordable health care insurance for all Americans but due to the divide opinions about the ACA, congress has judged over 50 repeal attempts. As a last attempt to overthrow the law; the Republican Party from