People could join the protest without fear of being arrested. Since they are not violating the law, there is no need for them to hide what they think regarding the issue. Thoreau shared his experience when he was jailed for refusing to pay his tax to protest against slavery. He violated the law. It doesn’t matter whether he was fighting a good cause; very few would join him for not many would implicate themselves in activities considered unlawful.
The police department made a big case because out of this. I am not saying it was dumb, but what I am trying to say is that the police department could have only sent a couple police officers to the scene. This was a pressured conflict. Maddie did good by telling the police about this. The police didn’t send any duty officers that were supposed to fix everything.
The law officers was not charged for the incident, so it created a riot in Los Angeles. (Police Brutality). The final problem is there is not enough of different race working together. There was an investigation that was affected by the police officers, because of their nationality within other officers. “Additionally, the boards often found police unwilling to cooperate with their investigations due to a desire to protect their fellow officers- a phenomenon known as the “blue wall of silence”(Police Brutality.)
If Atticus had lashed out at Mr. Ewell, the community between that town and those two groups of people would have been even more disturbed than before. When Atticus lost the trial, “Atticus was standing under the streetlight looking as though nothing had happened” (284). Atticus didn’t act out in front of the trial audience and didn’t start saying rash things about the trial and how it was wrong. Even though he knew the outcome was wrong, he didn’t attempt to make the situation worse. If something doesn’t go a certain way that is ideal in society, their initial thought is usually to argue about it.
His work finding electricity was denied because of the city’s laws. And at the end, he even used first person pronouns. As a result, in his new community, I don’t think he would include any of the rules of the city. First, Prometheus always broke the laws of the city. These rules of the city existed in order to make sure that everyone treated each other equally.
Our supporting points are that it keeps prisoners safe from each other. It keeps crazy people off the street so there is nobody that killed someone or raped people on the streets threatening to do it again. Also it's not torture no one goes into the prison and get tortured and then they die in the end because they have been through too much pain. Also if you look at the eighth amendment and also look up cruel and unusual punishment they don't match up at all and if you add solitary confinement it doesn't match cruel and unusual punishment either. You will benefit if you pick my side because you can keep crazy and dangerous people of the streets, and get them help from therapists and doctors and help them get back to normal and then they won't be crazy and dangerous but if that doesn't help you can keep them concealed from the world so they can't hurt anyone.
Interestingly, Chow was not brought to justice in the end, but the main characters were arrested by corrupted police. Chow’s character is a evil homosexual stereotype, but the film offers an unconventional ending for him. The film creates a fantasy that people do not face consequences when they participate in criminal activities. Las Vegas has a long history with organized crime, and many casinos were ran by the mob (Griffin,38). At that time, the crime rate in Las Vegas was low not because the police was being efficient, but because no one dared to mess with the mob.
Trevor finds a wad of money in Old Misery’s house when destroying it and brings the money to Blackie, who assumes they are going to keep the money, but Trevor claims they “‘aren’t thieves,’” and that he didn’t want “‘to steal anything from this house’” (Greene 55). Trevor and the gang only destroyed everything in the house never stealing anything which leads him to assume he has done nothing unjust. Trevor also believed he was in the right, because he didn’t mean anything personal to Old Misery. He saw Old Misery as someone who was just standing in the way of his plans, and he didn’t mean for Old Misery’s life to fall apart just like the house, but it did. In Trevor’s mind he had done nothing wrong, because to him people just have to do what is necessary living in the world that he is, and for Trevor, taking down that house was necessary and not stealing anything made it
Get some sleep, Tom. They won't bother you any more.” (page 206, Harper Lee) This was right after the county mob came to the jail to kill Tom Robinson, but Atticus and the children were there to stop it. There was nothing at all that Tom Robinson could do to stop the mob, for he was in jail. His voicelessness was spoken by others, the kids and Atticus. Yet Tom Robinson could not have done a thing to stop the mob if others weren't there to protect him.
From the very beginning, this case has not been carried out in an honest manner, and possesses many faults as can be seen in the evidence provided today. The witness testimony not only lacks medical evidence proving that the crime ever happened in the first place, but also lacks logical argument which will no doubt have made you all feel ambiguity about the case. First of all, it is physically impossible for Tom Robinson to have beaten and raped Ms. Mayella. This is due to the fact that from the sheriff’s and Mr. Ewell’s testament, we know that Miss Mayella was beaten mostly on the right side of her body. Since it is much easier for a left handed person to hit another person on their right, we can reach the conclusion that Miss Mayella was most likely beaten by someone left handed.