I checked on the tracker and saw that we five have more or less 253 hours’ worth of deliverables (~51 hours each) in total for the week ending Feb 5th. Taking out those competitor decks from the pipeline results to ~39 hours for each of us five. I would like to check with you if you are agreeable to us sending those decks the week after next or within the same week they are originally due if we are able to finish all other deliverables early. I highlighted those rows in gray for easy reference. • R Day bios (due Feb 1).
"Tha ' man 's gone and raped my Mayella and s 'only right that he face the 'lectric chair for what he 's done!" He alleges to have seen the attack on his 19 year old daughter, Miss Mayella Ewell. The trial consisted of Mr. Finch and Mr. Gilmer 's examinations of the witnesses, which included the local sheriff, Mr. Heck Tate, Mr. Ewell, Miss Ewell, and Mr. Robinson himself. Mr. and Miss Ewell both testified that Mr. Robinson raped Miss Ewell, while Mr. Tate, who only arrived later, testified to Miss Ewell 's injuries, including a black eye and many bruises. He stated, "[...] she was pretty bruised up when I got there, and she had a black eye comin '.
Jeffrey Moldowan and Michael Cristini, two men from Macomb County, Michigan, went on trial accused of rape and assault. The primary evidence against them consisted of the victim’s eyewitness identification and bite mark analysis by two dentists. Both dentists testified that the bite marks on the woman’s body matched the teeth of Cristini and Moldowan. One of those dentists, Allan Warnick, testified that the likelihood a bite mark on the female victim was made by someone other than Moldowan, “was at least 3 million to 1.” Later, the other dentist, Dr. Pamela Hammel recanted her testimony, saying that she had been uncertain that either defendant had in fact been responsible for the bite marks. According to Dr. Hammel, she had agreed to testify
Even if you received that letter 50 years ago, you can still attend any of the four investitures that Pennsylvania has each year, or any investiture in any other jurisdiction. In Pennsylvania, we hold an investiture at Grand Assembly in July with girls from all over the state performing the work. Then in November, there are three investitures around the state for the different Grand Cross regions. The state is broken up into four regions, with regions A and B usually holding a combined meeting. The Grand Cross Directors are: Catherine Reich, Region A; Nancy Blackwood, Region B; Linda Jolly, Region C; and Mary Beth Seifert, Region
He has worked for the Petaluma Police Department for the last 10 years. Prior to being hired at the PPD, he had applied at the SRPD and SFPD twice, the sheriff’s department and CHP. It took him approximately 9 months to get hired, and then he went through the police academy. The police officer works swing shifts and it rotates weekly. One week he’ll work 4 days a week for 11 hour shifts.
In July 1984 Jennifer Thompson, a 22-year old white woman, was raped by a black man in her apartment. A man named Ronald Cotton was arrested and identified by Thompson in a line-up and a phot-spread. According to her interview with CBS’s 60 minutes in 1999, Thompson explained how she was confident in her identification. In 1985, Cotton’s conviction of raping Thompson was based largely on her identification. While in prison, two years later, a fellow inmate of Cotton confessed to the rape of Jennifer Thompson.
On average there has been about 5 exonerations per year. For example Dilbert Tibbs was driving through Florida when policed stopped him to ask a few questions pertaining to the rape of a 16 year old girl, and the murder of her friend. He cooperated with the police, and let them take a picture of him. Even though he didn’t match the description the police were given, once the victim saw the picture of Delbert she changed her mind and said it was him. Delbert Tibbs was convicted guilty and spent three years on Florida’s death row.
Visual Evidence for the Murder Trial of Andrea Yates The children could hear the terrifying screams from their siblings in the bathroom. One by one all five entered the bathroom where their mother waited for them, unfortunately not a single one would make it out alive. Within six months of this heinous crime Andrea Yates the mother of these five children was put on trial. The evidence presented by both sides in the courtroom, would have long lasting effects on everyone involved in the case, as well as the millions of Americans that were following the trial. Visual testimony in any trial, especially a murder trial can have many effects on the outcome of a trial.
MILLERSBURG — A Millersburg woman recently admitted to selling methamphetamine to a confidential informant working with local law enforcement. Corrine Simpson, 27, of 261 N. Washington St., pleaded guilty in Holmes County Common Pleas Court to aggravated trafficking in meth, possession of meth and two counts of child endangering. Sentencing is scheduled for March 2, at which time Simpson, currently free on bond, faces up to 2 1/2 years in prison and one year in jail. The charges stem from incidents occurring on July 24. That 's when Simpson reportedly sold, for $50, about half a gram of meth to a confidential informant who had gone to her home, according to LEAD Task Force Commander Joe Mullet, who said at the time of the alleged transaction,
She then learns the truth about her ex-friend, Nora, and the group she was involved in that where smuggling drugs and Nora explained that Piper was an “accomplice”, during the court proceedings. After a 5-year exceedingly complicated trial, Piper was sentenced to 15 months in a women’s penitentiary, which is where the journey truly begins. Throughout her time in prison, she gradually learns how to deal with, observe, and survive the prison system, while getting a trivial job, finding ways to maintain her rationality, and creating a few bonds with some of the female inmates along the way. She gained a plentiful amount of knowledge during her 13 months there (out of the 15-month sentence), such as keeping busy with a job and doing activities, while staying in the guard’s “good graces”, but, ultimately, she begins to realize that, like herself, the prisoners were caught up in this abnormal criminal system. As she begins to complete her sentence, she is brought back into the courtroom to testify another gang member that was involved in this debacle that landed her in prison in the first place.