I had my interview in January with the Vista County employer and once they decided that I was fit for the job, they put me through a two month background check that consisted of a background application which included references, job experience, family information, academic grades, and every possible little detail they wanted to know about me. It also included a drug test and required me to fill out dozens of forms. After the long background process, I had finally started my first day working with the SDCDA on April 15th. I work every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:00 am to 2:00
The Texas Redistricting have been mandated by Texas Constitution since 1876. Base on the Constitution, every 10 years, Texas Government ( or Legislature to be clear) have to redraw the state representative and senatorial district. After the Redistricting in 2002, the Republican and Democratic have been fighting for their additional congress seats. After splingting Texas into 17-15 sears in U.S House Representative, the Democraft won Republician by 2 seats It 's not common for a district to redraw in the middle of decade; However, this just was done because of a plan that was submitted at the 2003 legislative session. Following the 2003, a regular session have been closed due to the lack of quorums and none of the vote have been made by the Democrat.
The Ohio Supreme Court is made up of 6 Justices and 1 Chief Justice and the majority of the case they handle are appeals, while the U.S. Supreme Court is made up of 8 associate Justices and 1 Chief Justice. There are 12 appellate districts in Ohio, and the state Supreme Court is mandated to hear appeals of cases originating in the appellate courts, as well as cases concerning the State or U.S. Constitution, and the death penalty. They must also hear “cases in which there have been conflicting opinions from two or more courts of appeals.” ("Judicial System Structure”) They have the authority to make rules regarding court procedures in all Ohio courts and are the ultimate authority. Admitting new attorneys and disciplining those who break the
According to the legal system, there are eight steps in a jury trial. These steps took several years to be put in placed around the country. The eight steps are the "selection of the jury, opening statement of both sides, presentation of evidences and witnesses, closing statement of sides, jury instructions, deliberations, verdict, and sentencing" (Zalman, 2011, p. 35). The first step of the jury trial is the jury selections, which is extremely beneficial to help, determined which jurors should severed on this jury. Both sides allowed examining all of the jurors to determine if there any difference in interest.
A. Business Concept Instead of scheduling the traditional four 15 week courses that meet 3 hours a week each, I would offer courses in one month intervals. This would consist of one class meeting for three weeks at three hours a day, five days a week and the fourth week being considered a transitional break. The fourth week would not be considered a “finals” week. Any required final exam would need to be taken on the third Friday of the course (the last class day) during the normal class period.
For example, students need to attend law school for at least three years or it can take up to five years as a part time student (Bell-Rehwoldt 23). individuals need to first obtain a Juris Doctor or a J.D. degree in order to become a lawyer as well as additional training may be enforced to help further sharpen their skills and knowledge in law (Echaore-McDavid 27). It is important to do extra training because then obtaining this occupation would be easier since most people look for those who go above and beyond. Speaking of which, some students get additional degrees such as the Business Administration degree to help with certain aspects of law (Bell-Rehwoldt 24).
Mr. Brown stops and turns toward Officer Wilson, who also stops. Mr. Brown moves toward Officer Wilson, who fires several more shots. Mr. Brown is fatally wounded.10 Evidence and Applicable Laws There were a number of unique aspects of the grand jury proceedings for this case in comparison to most. One of the main differences that stood out for me was that the Officer facing the indictment testified. Usually the defendant does not testify but Officer Wilson did for four hours.
The Municipal courts have jurisdiction over municipal ordnance cases and criminal misdemeanors that are only punishable by fine. The 2nd level is the County Level Courts. County Courts have jurisdiction over juvenile matters, misdemeanors with fines greater than 500$ or jail sentence, and probate matters. District Courts are the 3rd level. They have jurisdiction over felonious matters, divorce cases, land titles, and contested elections.
It works better with my schedule and needs. This program will take three semesters not including prerequisite coursework. Completing the program you are now qualified to take the National Registry Exam for certification as a paramedic and can apply for work with an ambulance service. To keep your license MICTs must attend at least 72 hours of retraining courses every two years. My final step to complete my goal is to apply for a job working as a Paramedic.
The elected official is only a representative for two years. They only have one vote in the law making process. Unlike the Senate the House of Representatives is led by the Speaker of the House. This person possess the second in line after the Vice President. House of Representatives are involved in specific political actions.
There are five ways in which a juvenile can be prosecuted in adult court. One way is through a judicial wavier, this is allowed in most states, where judges have the discretion to have a youth’s case tried in the adult criminal court. The second way is through statutory exclusion, twenty-nine states automatically require a juveniles’ case to be tried in the adult court based on the age of the youth and/or the alleged crime. The other three ways are allowed in fewer states and include direct file or “prosecutorial discretion” where juvenile court judges the decision to have a youth 's case tried in the adult criminal court. There also mandatory waivers in few states which require juvenile court judges to automatically transfer a youth 's case to adult criminal court for certain offenses or because of the age or prior record of the offender.
“During the last three years, there were over 16,398 verified violent gang crimes in the City of Los Angeles. These include 491 homicides, nearly 7,047 felony assaults, approximately 5,518 robberies and just under 98 rapes” clames the Los Angeles police Department. To summarize a lot of things that happens in books still goes on
TFA had 39 percent people of color in 2011. This increase to 44 percent in 2014 (Korn 2). Although, Teach For America has been helpful to the city’s needs, it has been stated that veteran teachers are needed. It has been proven that students of high-needs, need veteran teachers. Instead, they receive the TFA teachers, who are new to teaching (Miller 1).
More than 2,500 cases were investigated between 2008 and 2010, according to the U.S. Justice Department, and the number of victims could be as high as 17,500. Since Texas has become a hub for the commercial sex industry and has a major highways for drug traffickers a quarter of all U.S. human trafficking cases stem in Texas. Gov. Rick Perry signed legislation in 2011 to set stricter penalties for those convicted of human trafficking; the bill also mandated four hours of human trafficking training for law enforcement. Forty two other states have introduced similar legislation since 2004, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
I still believe that every citizen should have a final say with not just presidents and government officials in Washington DC, but judges as well. The judges and governors that are elected by the Texans, however, should be monitored more frequently because of prior incidents. The fact and the matter is that most state and federal judges have spent more time behind bars and in trouble with the law than they spend time working since the show 60 minutes addressed their opinions about the Criminal Justice System in Texas (“The Mess in Texas: State and Federal Judges Accused of Everything from Arson to Corruption to Sexual