INVESTIGATION: On 06-30-2016, I was notified at approximately 0021 hours, of a traffic crash fatality on Bearss Avenue east of Livingston Avenue. I responded to the crash scene and arrived at approximately 00103 hours. Upon my arrival at the scene, I met with, Corporal Morrill, Detective Parsons, who forensically mapped the scene and took digital photographs of the crash scene and Deputy Moraniec. Deputy Moraniec completed the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Report (6560901). I conducted an interview of Anthony Walter Chavez, the driver of the Lincoln Navigator.
Case Citation: Maryland v. Pringle 540 U.S. 366 (2003) Parties: State of Maryland, Petitioner / Appellant Joseph Jermaine Pringle, Defendant / Appellee Facts: On the morning of August 7th, 1999 at 3:16 a.m., a Baltimore Police Officer conducted a stop on a passenger car for speeding. As the officer approached the car he noticed it was occupied by three males one of which was the respondent, Joseph Jermaine Pringle located in the front passenger seat. As the driver retrieved the vehicle’s proof of registration for the glove compartment located in front of Pringle, the officer noticed what appeared to be a large amount of currency rolled up in the glove compartment in plain view. After obtaining the driver’s license and registration, the police
“I realize I will always be the poster child for police brutality, but I can try to use that as a positive for haling and restraint.” – Rodney King. Why is police brutality against blacks a re- occurring problem in America? On March 3, 1991, Rodney King was driving his car in the city of Los Angeles, California. Bryant Allen was a passenger in the back seat. King didn 't stop when signaled by a police car behind him, but instead, sped up and increased his speed.
Case Study Introduction One evening in the mid-1960s, Arjay Miller was driving home from his office in Dearborn, Michigan. On a crowded highway, another car struck his from the rear. The fuel tank of car was hit by the rear car so in result the car turned into flames. Because he was wearing a shoulder-strap seat belt, Miller was unharmed by the crash, and because his doors didn't jam he escaped the gasoline-drenched, flaming wreck. But the accident made a vivid impression on him.
While in Chevrolet, the girl, the driver and the mechanic travels together, In Pontiac GTO picks up various hitchhikers along the way. Their small stories also add colour to the film because there are different hitchhikers in GTO’s car. For example, the hitchhiker in Oklahoma is in homosexual approach to GTO and is fired from the car and the old lady who wants to visit to the cemetery blames city cars for her grandchild’s parent’s
It was Will’s father, Hoyt Tweedy, who was the first man in Cold Sassy to have a car. The Cadillac was all the folks in the town talked about. Whenever Will drove through the town, the loud noises it would make had everyone running to the porch to watch. Even Mr. Blakeslee, the man who was not keen of bicycles, said “Gosh a’mighty Peter Rabbit, Will Tweedy, these here artermobiles is something else and then some!” His opinion about automobiles changed after his trip to New York that revealed that the city was far more advanced for there were several kinds of cars, such as Pierces, Buicks, and Fords. He ended up not only buying one for himself and Miss Love but also decided to sell automobiles.
Through time cars have suffered a whole lot of changes which some are more important than other, like safety. Some examples are the Seat belt which was invented by English engineer George Cayley in the mid-19th century and the Air bag which was invented by John W. Hetrick in 1951. In this essay we are going to be discussing the importance of safety and touch some sensible spots on the corrupt Mexican government by accepting and producing cars which don´t pass the minimum safety requirements The first experimental seatbelt was installed in 1948 and this safety requirements weren’t common until 1950s to 1960s. Even after thousands of deaths, the seatbelt mandatory law was achieved until 1984. And the airbag followed the legislation on 1989.
A public death record copy is an official evidence of the death circumstances that can be used when dealing with financial institutions to close the dead person's bank account. Death certificates are placed on record in the death register and are kept for longer periods for statistical purposes. Vital statistics from state death record are combined in the National Death Index accessible online. A copy from the deceased records is necessary for dealing with insurance companies when an insurance agent handles the life coverage of the deceased. The death certificate copy is submitted along other documents to the DMV when the survivors in the family need to transfer car title and car registration.
My brother was sitting in the front seat while I was in back. The car was an old Lincoln Town Car. We were driving downtown Belleville and had a four way stop. My grandma stops and the car to the left of us must not have seen the huge white car. As my grandma gets halfway through the intersection, this car decides they want to go at the same time.
This is the “broken window” policing strategy introduced by Police Commissioner Bratton under the administration of Mayor Giuliana (Francis). In turn, the broken window policy is based on an interesting sociological experiment. In 1969 Philip Zimbardo, a Stanford University Sociologist, took a car with some sminor damage, torn license plate, left the doors open, and left it in the Bronx, at that time a very crime infested section of New York. Within 10 minutes it was being robbed and in three days it was a hulk on cinder blocks. Zimbardo then took a similar car to Palo Alto, California, an upscale area, but this time there was no damaged license plate and the doors were closed and locked.