Albert W. Florence, the petitioner in this case, was initially arrested in 1998 and charged with use of a deadly weapon and obstruction of justice (Florence v. Board of Chosen Freeholders, Opinion, I). He pled guilty to two lesser counts and was ordered to make monthly payments to cover his fine. However, as stated in the Opinion of the Court, he did not keep up with his payments, and a warrant was issued for his arrest in 2003. Florence paid the rest of his fine only days later. However, when he and his wife were pulled over in Burlington County, New Jersey, in 2005, the state trooper’s computer system still had Florence’s warrant, so he arrested and transported him to Burlington County Detention Center.
Vargas is currently on probation for robbery. Vargas reportedly was not present during the probation search. Abrego contacted Suspect #2 Edward Aguilar and Isla Aguilar inside of the residence (mother of both suspects, 626-354-4521). Isla advised Abrego that she believed Vargas was in possession of stolen credit cards. Isla retrieved the credit cards from Vargas’ bedroom and gave them to Abrego.
On 07/10/2016 at approximately 2035 hours I, Officer Kyle Strand and Officer Hirotaka of the Arlington Police Department were dispatched to an assault call. Dispatch advised us the reporting parties (RP) girlfriend was physical with the RP after dropping her off. Dispatched also advised us the RP will be at Chevron next to the Washington State Patrol building in Marysville waiting for a phone call. I phoned the RP who was identified as Pulido, Mario (07/06/1989). Pulido explained his girlfriend assaulted him when he was dropping her off at her parents’ home.
Strengths: - Alaina executes on the strong intro with the client, as well as foreshadows the verification questions. - After the client navigates back to the myql page, Alaina steers the client toward using the Quick Share feature. - While creating his account, she then recommends to the client that he use his email address as the username. - Great execution of the strong close.
The Volstead Act stated that “no person shall manufacture, sell, barter, transport, import, export, deliver, or furnish any intoxicating liquor except as authorized by this act.” (Watkins) With a push to ban alcoholic beverages by enacting the Eighteenth Amendment and Volstead Act, alcohol was protected for its “use in scientific research and in the development of fuel, dye, and other lawful industries.” (Jenkot) Although the Eighteenth Amendment and Volstead Act laid out the laws and regulation of manufacturing, transporting, and selling alcohol, it was still legal for consumption of intoxicating
On 12/6/16 at 1700 hours, I received a call for service at 3811 E Main St, in reference to a battery that occurred. The victim, Bill Johnson, and Robert Clarke arrived at the City Theatre at 1400 hours, and went to the rear of the line for a movie. Johnson was standing in front of Clarke when an unknown subject arrived east of the property and stands in front of Johnson. Johnson tells the suspect that the line starts at the rear of the line.
CCIB received SOC 341 involving resident Camille Griffith (DOB: 03/09/84). Resident left a message with North Los Angeles County Regional Center (NLACRC) supervisor stating that her roommate, Patricia raped her. The resident later stated that it was consentual and then changed her statement to not consentual. Last week, the resident stated that she engaged in consentual sex. The story as reported by resident is that she slept with her roommate 's boyfriend.
Upon arrival, contact was made with Mr. Glenn King (Arrestee). After making contact with Mr. King, Sergeant J. Haman (ID# 0429) asked if he had anything in his pockets. Mr. King voluntary pulled out several items including a prescription pill bottle, from left front pocket, prescribed to an “Angela Burnette.” According to the bottle, the prescription is for Buprenorphin 8mg Sub Rox with a quality of fourteen pills that was prescribed on November 4, 2017. According to Mr. King, the prescription is for his girlfriend and he carries the bottle around with him because she is forgetful.
With or without a legal representative, the regular citizen cannot effectively and efficiently communicate across his/her grief or complaints. It is at most oversimplified and prettied up in long winding sentences that make no sense to the regular citizen (Correa 2013, Coulthard and Johnson 2007, Pøidalová 1999, Wagner and Cheng 2011). This is the most obvious of characteristics of courtroom language that is in itself a constraint; The legal language practised in the courtroom. The legal language spoken, written and practised in the courtroom is alien to all that is not a counterpart or extension of the legal system. This is a constraint in that not every regular citizen of the world, regardless
But in the course of interview’s it gave a sense that although some home remedies and rituals might be used, they have seen from themselves and family members they usually go to the doctor or get over the counter medicine. But one of the facts I stated early about liver disease in regards to alcohol ties into a statistic, Francis joked that her family likes to drink for a cold or for any random disease, according to US National Library Medicine and National Institute of health in Hispanics “Chronic liver disease is a major cause of morbidity and mortality among Hispanics living in the United States” (ncni.nlm.nih.gov, 2014). This question someway tie’s into health concerns when I asked them the questions about health concerns in their population. The question of if diet effects their health was answered in the other question, both people I interviewed stressed that most of their concerns with their family and culture have to do with diet and exercise, which ties in the risk factors in Hispanics. One other things I looked up for this interview and health risk in Hispanics have to due with heart disease, In the American Hear Association they state that, “Heart disease is the No 1.
CCIB Intake received the SOC 341 for resident Clothide McCord. Reporting party Tonya Hill Conservator- Deputy Public Guardian 222 W. Brookside Ave., Redlands CA 92373 (909) 798-8500. The reporting party and Public Health Nurse, Sandra Garcia visited Clothide at the facility on 12/13/16. The resident was found barely responsive and dehydrated.
CM Gilmore made a home visit to the residence of William and Denise Baker to ensure safety and well-being. The visit was an announced home visit. CM Gilmore explained the reason for the visit. Mrs. And Mr. Bake reported the following: • William Baker greeted CM at the door and greeted her in.
On 02/21/2017, I, Officer Rivera Ayala, responded to the lobby of the Bethalto Police Department in reference to a Domestic Trouble. I met with the complainant, identified as Elaine L. Davison (DOB 07/13/1984). Davison stated that when she got back to her house from running errands, Davison found that somebody had “bleached and messed” her room. Davison stated that she was not sure of who would have done something like this. Davison wanted to have a report on file and for the Police to take pictures of what had happened.
INTRODUCTION: This case involved Sarah Marie Reidy being a danger to herself and others. Reidy was transported to the Huntington Memorial Hospital Emergency Room (HMH), where she was placed on a WIC 5150 hold. INVESTIGATION: