It was also reported, by ABC News, that there was evidence that Nussbaum had utilized cocaine during her time of caring for the child (Journey to Tragedy, 2005). Specific details regarding the usage were not provided; however, the fact that she used cocaine before calling 911 is not well perceived or accepted. There were also many incidents in which Nussbaum covered up for Joel Steinberg, her live-in partner, to protect him from going to jail (Journey to Tragedy, 2005). During medical examinations due to abusive injuries, she would provide false information regarding the nature of the injuries. If she could have found the courage to tell the truth, it could have changed everything.
Others would say that they think it keeps young offenders from committing crime twice, that it will teach youth how to receive punishment, some would say it keeps crime out of the system etc. The reason why they are wrong because they haven't looked at the facts, they just looked at good experiences with YCJA foundation. An example I have a friend and my friend stole a car from a person in a community and crashed my friend had to pay for the damaged property, for the car and had to apologize to the people my friend stole the car from, after the whole process my friend did the same thing over repeatedly, what's the point? Well, all I think is that the YCJA is a waste of time but you don't have to because there are good things about it too it helps kids stay off the street and in homes even if its a group home. In my opinion, a group home, foster care anything like that is traumatizing toward kids in the program.
She even got a tattoo saying “bella vita” meaning “beautiful life.” Prosecutors argued that Casey sacrificed her daughter so she can party. They found that a website about the toxic chemical chloroform had been searched on the Anthony’s home computer. This chloroform was found in the trunk of Casey’s
Larceny is simply another word for theft. According to Schmalleger & Hall (2014), larceny is defined as “the trespassing or wrongful taking and carrying away (asportation) of the personal property of another with intent to steal (p. 269). The four elements of larceny go as followed: trespassory taking, and carrying away, of the personal property of another, with intent to steal. Trespassory taking involves a person taking property not belonging to them without the permission of the actual owner(s). The next element of larceny is carrying away, which entails that the items stolen have been physically moved away from where they belong by the criminal in question.
His actions affected another person's life and what kind of consequences it has had on Jaycee. Philip’s conflict with being selfish with Jaycee (person or society or past that they have the conflict with) teaches the readers that a person is not promised
One may think that it was a normal day for Rosa Parks and her decision not to give up her seat was a spur of the moment action. However, according to an interview with Rosa Parks she had been in conflict with this driver before because she paid her fare then would not enter through the back of the bus. (Rosa Parks: How I Fought for Civil Rights) It was a brave move and one that was necessary as her arrest lead to the much needed change in segregation laws. What happened after her arrest is important to understand because it allows us a view into the struggles that were associated with her decisions. After her initial trial she was found guilty and had to pay a $14 fine, but her fight did not stop here.
In Los Angeles during the years of 2004 and 2005 there were 60,634 reports of welfare abuse. The government has conducted investigations on some of these reports and has found that 10,789 of the cases that they investigated were really abusing the welfare system. Surveys also show more than fifty-eight million people receive Medicaid. According to the statistics taken in 2011, there have been 10,685 cases that resulted in fraud investigations (Rhode). Today, the level of fraud investigations is a lot larger due to the difficulty to get jobs.
When a defendant is sued for federal banking or healthcare laws the court is allowed to freeze assets if they have been gained as a result of the crime. In 2012 Sila Luis was charged with health care crimes. A petition for a pre-trial order which would prevent Luis from using her assets was filled. Luis objected claiming that criminal forfeiture of her money would prevent her from hiring a lawyer and is thus in violation of her Sixth Amendment rights. The case was reviewed during the Eleventh Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals for and the restraint of untainted assets which were needed to hire legal defense was proven to be in violation of the Sixth
You are supposed to unbiased in this situation, and report objectively and when you weave in (well you actually didn't even weave it in) the fact that she was charged and had illegal drugs, you are now now creating a scenario for some of your readers to now judge her, her fiance and the situation...whether you intended to or not, you've already forced some of your readers into a judgement zone. I cannot tell you how disappointing this was to read. I hope you reconsider in your future writing how you report, what can be omitted, and what should be reported on
A terry stop is when an officer detains a person because they believe they could be involved in a crime. There does not have to be proven evidence for the arrest. If the person is under suspicion of being armed and dangerous, their outer garments may be searched. 17. What is meant by “totality of the circumstances.” What is it used for?