T.L.O. Is Tracy Lois Odem. He went to Piscataway High School in New Jersey. She went to school one day and was searched by officials of her school because she was suspected for having cigarettes. The administrators found cigarettes, marijuana, and a list of people who owe her money. She was charged with possession of marijuana. TLO accused the administrators of the school to be violating her 4th amendment. T.L.O. was founded guilty by the Juvenile Court. She was found as a delinquent and was given probation for a year. Than T.L.O. was found guilty in her second court ruling in the Appellate Division (New Jersey State Court System). Her third court ruling was the New Jersey supreme court. All the courts were in agreement with each other
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The court case, Kent vs. United States took place in 1966. This case was about Morris Kent, a 16-year-old boy who had been on probation since he was fourteen. Morris has just been arrested again for three counts of home burglary, three counts of robbery, and two counts of rape in the state of Washington. Because of the seriousness of his charges and the fact that he had been in court before, prosecutors attempted to have Morris tried in adult court. Because of this, Kent's lawyer told the judge that he had a mental illness while committing these crimes, he wanted Morris to stay in juvenile court, where the penalties would be much less severe.
The pt WILLIAMSON, RICKY A wants to attend the unit 7354. I called the unit and they are completely full and was told they do not have a manager right now. The clinic said the pt can be put on a waiting list but unfortunately the pt has attended the unit 7354 and may have some compliance issues. Please confirm if the pt is denied of pt or if the pt can be put on the waiting list.
Martha Menchaca’s article “The Anti-Miscegenation History of the American Southwest, 1837 to 1970” focuses on how racist ideologies helped fabricate laws that reflected their society’s racist beliefs and how those laws assisted in legalizing racism. Menchaca also points out that not only were Anglo Americans and African Americans affected by these laws, but that Mexicans, Native Americans, and Asian Americans were also. The sources that Menchaca used in her article were mainly court case, statutes, newspapers, and journals. She mainly focused on court cases and statutes as her main sources such as, Honey v. Clark, Kirby v. Kirby, and Perez v. Sharp. Upon reviewing these sources one can come to a conclusion that the author is using legal history
In regards to the Brent Small case, I personally believe that Mr. Smalls shouldn't be found guilty due to the lack of evidence. Although there was a witness who saw what happened, the evidence isn’t consistent with the case. The vehicle did match the description but the witness was unsure of the license plate and the damage to the vehicle isn’t significant to the crime committed. I don't believe that the evidence is strong enough to convict Mr. Smalls.
Before taking a look at this case, think about the following questions. Do students have the same rights under the 4th amendment as adults? , What are students’ rights while being searched on school grounds?, and What guidelines do administrators and teachers need to follow as a result of New Jersey v. T.L.O? The case of New Jersey vs T.L.O involved two freshmen high schoolers who were caught using narcotics in the restroom by a teacher. The teacher took the students to the principal who then asked the students about the incident.
Al Capone is known as one of the most famous gangster. The way he did things for a living and what he did through out his life is fascinating. He was a big public enemy. Al Capone was born from a poor family in Brooklyn on January 17, 1899. He lived in poor house that was called a squalid tenement.
The New Jersey vs T.L.O. case is a controversial case that many people have different opinions about. This case led to many different opinions and thoughts about students privacy and rights at school. A New Jersey school district brought the case to the Supreme Court after the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that the search planted on T.L.O. was against the Fourth Amendment. Well, actually the search was not against the Fourth Amendment. New Jersey’s search planted on T.L.O. was not against the Fourth Amendment.
Name: Gretchen Vander Pluym CASE #1: Franklin Thompson, 1997 Briefly outline the case (paste the link to it here as well). Thomsan was accused of intentionally murdering Jacqueline Okai in 1994 by severely beating and then running her over with a car. https://www.law.northwestern.edu/legalclinic/wrongfulconvictions/exonerations/il/franklin-thompson.html
Dustin Seal, a junior at Powell High School, Knoxville, TN drove his mom’s car to Friday-night football game with his friends who had put a knife in the glove compartment without his information. Over a suspicion of drinking alcohol, school vice principal searched Dustin’s car and found a hunting knife. Being unaware of the knife Dustin got suspended with pending expulsion from Powell high by the principal. Following with several appeal processes School board sided with the school principal on expelling Dustin. His father sued the school board for violation of Dustin’s right under fourth and fourteenth amendments to Federal court ruled in favor of Seal and the case was settled with $30,000 award to Dustin.
Esther Matz Dr. Emmanuele Archange Bowles MAN 4301 Assignment 3 Case Study – Fresh to Table Fresh to Table, a company that was created by Mossberger, is a company that serves restaurants. It helps restaurants find appropriate resources to minimize their expenses and losses and maximize their benefits and freshness. In just four years Fresh to Table built itself up and had employed 120 employees.