As he spends more time at the North Hills Group Home and the rehabilitation centers it is helping Reef not to fall back into his original habits. The quote “Once a criminal, always a criminal” should not be used as they characterize all law breakers, reminding us that certain individuals can learn from their mistakes, reconsidering that criminals can change. A change in lifestyle can affect criminals attitude & mind in a positive way. At the beginning, Reef was sentenced to North Hills Group Home. Reef was limited on such things like his constant swearing and being able to go
I want to thank Mr Koll, my partner Kevin, and the opposition side of Kara and Khala for giving us this opportunity to debate such a great topic in front you guys today. First I want to clarify that this isn’t a black lives matter issue nor is this a blue lives matter issue. This is an issue that must not be seen on the screens of social media, but in the hands of the law. It is critical that the opposition realizes that the opinionated negative view of indicting an officer without a grand jury isn’t necessary, and it’s unjustful to the duties of a police officer. We stand here to debate on the behalf of the American Justice department, and police officers all over the world, who risk their lives day and night to protect you and myself.
Comey believes police officers have the right to be forceful when confronting a suspect. He also indicates that videos of police brutality should not be posted or distributed in any way. Not do only this sounds absurd, but it also sounds as though it is not significant if some of the people who are arrested are also brutally treated. If police officer can be abusive and treat their suspect roughly then they would be breaking Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment, “nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws” (US Const. amend.
According to the magazine daily news it suggest, “the NYPD Patrol Guide encourages the use of pepper spray for noncompliance (Moskos, 2014).” It seems like it is a less lethal technique, but it is actually still dangerous because people may be allergic to the acidic substance and might end up dying. Overall, the use of force needs to be done, but only when it is 100% necessary or else the community will see it as a violation of the law. If the use of force is being used when it is necessary, people will not be disrespecting the police and protesting police
However, it would not be fair to the parties involved and not appropriate for this paper. Instead, police departments can avoid litigation if they change their policies and procedures to adopt the ADA into CIT training, which CIT does, and have all field officers complete CIT training. CIT training should include wrongful arrest theory and reasonable accommodations theory. Wrongful arrest liability may be avoided if police officers routinely ask “are you disabled or have mental illness” questions or have some means to communicate those questions. Minus exigent circumstances, reasonable accommodations should be made for people with a serious mental illness.
Defense attorneys are confronted with the new regulation “special administrative measure” (SAM) as it seemed to overlook the underlying ethical issue. Defense attorneys fully abide by the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. In particular, they abide by Rule 1.6, which is the requirement of confidentiality. The rule prohibits the use of attorney-client communication as evidence before a court of law. The ethical rule demands that “a lawyer shall not reveal information to the representation of the client.” The rule ensures that the information that is exchanged by the attorney and client is confidential and that it’s not presented in court or to anyone else.
In such cases, it is immaterial whether the attacker has committed a serious felony, a misdemeanor, or any crime at all” (Katzenbach et al., 1967). Although this appears to be a sound example of a good policy set forth in the report, it is too opened ended and appears to go against other detailed guidelines that the report states, such as the outlines that specifically say when a weapon can and cannot be used. As we know, many times the usage of a firearm is unwarranted by police (Katzenbach et al., 1967) therefore, can the idea stated above, which outlines that police are supposed to make a choice about what kind of force they should make, undoubtedly in the heat of moment, truly offer protection if we know that the decision often made is unwarranted? Through the Report’s guideline no one can be safe because of the variation and differing degrees of safety that it
I organized my sources in that is arranged first by arguments for my topic and lastly by opposition. It is not in any alphabetical order. I wanted to discuss about the prevention of drinking and driving because the source I have was very credible. Then it is followed by different measures to help people not drink and drive. For example tougher laws in effect.