It is shocking to know that before 1967 youths in the United States did not have the same rights as adults in court. Before the landmark case In Re Gault individuals underage were not promised the freedoms under the fourteenth amendment. The court system did not take juvenile delinquent cases as seriously. It was almost as if they brushed the delinquents under the rug and put them into a detention center the first chance they got. The Supreme Court came to the conclusion that in the case of In Re Gault the requirements for due process were not met. This has turned into a landmark case because it has altered the way the juvenile delinquent court system runs.
“Why can’t we get into our freaking offense!?” This is all I really remember from Coach McKendrick at halftime last year against Niles North in what was a tough night for our basketball team. Prior to this, we beat New Trier at home and then went on the road and beat the pre-season unanimous vote to win conference, Highland Park, in our first conference game. Before the New Trier game, our game plan was simple: we were smaller, but faster, so we were going to run the court and make this is a fast pace game. We executed our gameplan, and we won. Then, against Highland Park, we were going to stop David Sachs and Luke Norcia and make the rest of their team beat us. They did not. Then, with all the confidence in the world going into our first conference home game, we played Niles North, and they took it to us. Unlike New Trier, Niles North was fast and wanted to run up and down, so we wanted to slow it down because they could not guard us in our half court offense. We were going to run Platteville as our primary offense. However, we
I knocked on the door, announced I was the Police, told Oleg he was under arrest
In this conversation, the police not only frequently use fillers such as um,well, and you know what sir but also pose pauses and gaps in her speech. As mentioned earlier, due to her position as someone answering the questions and limited availability to access to the information,her reaction to the topic of the conversation is passive and she has a limited range of information to provide on the topic. Moreover, she uses a more formal and polite form of speech as she frequently uses words like sir and may I~. Her use of the frequent fillers and polite form of speech reflect her position with less power and limited availability to provide the information in the
At approx 1:15 pm ON 8-29-16, I was sitting at my desk in my office with the
Driving along the freeway from church. You suddenly see flashing lights through your rear view mirror.You keep driving only to find out that the lights that are flashing are for you to pull over. The officer steps out of his car with with his gun drawn. He approaches your car and you ask the question did I do something wrong officer? He never answers your question. You suddenly feel anxious, sweaty, and nervous because you just saw on the News that a man named Freddie Gray was shot and killed by police because his van was broke down on the side of the freeway. You ask the question officer did I do something wrong? And the officer says put your hands up. Your hands are up and your being compliant and the officer starts yelling and the next thing you hear is gunfire.Your family gets a call that you were killed
On 06/14/2017 around 1750 hours, I, Officer Burkes, responded to a report of a suspicious person knocking on a door at 1504 Homestead Blvd. The caller stated that a white male was bleeding all over her door and asking her to call 911. When I arrived on scene, I noticed a white male, later identified as Alex Schesny, sitting between the screen door and steele door. I asked Alex to get up and walk out to the back of my patrol car. Once on the back of my car, I retrieved my gloves out of the front seat.
On Monday, May 16 2016 At 1100 AM Patient Trennon Thompson was discharged from JMH. Escorted to the E.D. lobby by myself Officer Legg.
On 03/02/2017, I, Chad Agnew, was working as a patrol officer for the Wichita State University Police Department, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas. At approximately 1551 hours I was in Human Resources when I heard other officers get dispatched to Jardine Hall Room 201 for a panic alarm. I notified dispatch that I would be enroute since Human Resources in close to Jardine Hall. When I was approaching Jardine, I observed a male wearing a hat with shoulder length curly hair standing outside the front doors on the east side of Jardine. As I was entering the building, I walked past the male. He was talking on his cell phone and he smiled at me and gave me a head nod. When I entered the building, I went to Room 201 and spoke with Felicia
On August 8th, 1986, Michael’s birthday, Chris Morton was found bludgeoned in her bed. Chris was 31 years old and had fallen asleep after putting their son Eric to bed. Michael was expecting intercourse with Chris, but she went to bed. Michael stated that his wife woke him up in the middle of the night and told him they could tomorrow. The next morning Michael continued with his normal routine and went to work. As Michael came home from work, he saw multiple flashing cop cars surrounding his house. Chris Morton’s body was removed from the house for further investigation. Shortly after receiving the autopsy results, Michael Morton was convicted. He is only one of the many who are wrongfully convicted every day. It’s vital all evidence is acknowledged to eliminate wrongful convictions.
Jaques #64) was told by Det Sgt. Sibley #42 to place Allen into cell #3. While
I had one assault charge whenever I was really young, I got detained for a few days then went on my merry way home. About 7 years later, there's another assault charge put against me - whenever someone had spit on me (Hey! That's an assault on a minor!), I had grabbed their throat and put it against a wall - then let go after realizing I just flipped shit.
I arrived at the station and the sheriff was the one who greeted me, which was odd because they had people who were payed to greet you when you came in. He brought me to the back of the station where they have the interrogation rooms. He brought me into the room and asked me for full name and age. I responded with Thomas Splaine, age 24. The cop asked me what was my connection with the murder of Christy Onkels. I told them that the man who murdered her was my cousin. They asked me how I knew details of the murder. I told them that when my cousin arrived he was acting strange and I asked him what was wrong and he explained everything. That was not completely a lie, he did tell me everything, it was just not as smooth as I had told him. Next,
In February 2005, nine-year-old Jessica Lansford was abducted, raped, and buried alive (Associated Press, 2007). John Couey, a convicted sex-offender, was deemed a person of interest given his residence's close proximity to the Lansford home and a shovel near a disturbed patch of his yard (Associated Press, 2006). During an interrogation in March 2005, Couey confessed to his crimes as well as revealed the location of Lansford's body. However, due to the detectives' blatant and deliberate disregard of Couey's requests for counsel, the confession was deemed inadmissible by the presiding judge (Associated Press, 2006). Throughout his interrogation, Couey expressed the desire to speak with a lawyer but was never granted access to one. The brazen police misconduct in violating an individual's Sixth Amendment right to counsel warranted dismissal of the confession; there no mere technicality or question of Couey's invocation of his right to counsel as he requested a lawyer "eight times in 46 seconds" (Associated Press, 2006).
On a very hot summer day, I was just sitting around looking for something to do. Then I thought I will go to Darren house and BullSh** with him. So, I got in my truck with chase and went to Lumberport. Once I got into town of Lumberport I passed the only cop they have. Next thing I know he was following me, then he pulled me over.