The client, Chase Robinson, is a 5 year old African American male. The child’s family was referred to CPS after a family friend’s 2 year old son died while being supervised by Chase’s biological mother, Amber Robinson, father, Chance Robinson, and a live-in friend, Anthony Coleman. The case was then transferred to Child Protective Services On-going after Amber, Chance, and Anthony were arrested on first degree murder charges. Chase’s maternal aunt, Octavia Carter, now has temporary custody of Chase and his two younger siblings. Ms. Carter also has 5 children of her own, ranging from ages 5-10.
CCIB Intake received incident report from reporting party Julia Bobadilla, Social Worker (562) 437-4114. The reporting party (RP) reported being contacted by school office of Williams Elementary 7530 Arnett St., Downey, CA 90241 (562) 904-3564. The school office reported observed what appeared to be a burn to foster child Amber Gonzales ' DOB; 11/14/08 right hand. DCF Arlene Barragan investigated. On 3/17/17 foster mother Alma Yepes took the foster child to the hospital located at 11500 Brookshire Ave., Downey, CA 90241 (562) 904-5000 for an examination, the wound was cleaned and wrapped.
The Atlanta Police Department and the FBI had formed a surveillance team. On May 22, 1981, the team was situated under the James Jackson Parkway Bridge over the Chattahooche River in northwest Atlanta. Around 2:00 a.m., the surveillance team heard a loud splash and observed an automobile driving slowly off the bridge. The vehicle was stopped, and was Wayne Williams was identified as the driver on the bridge. Two days following the incident on the bridge, the nude body of Nathaniel Cater was pulled from the Chattahoochee River, approximately 1 mile downstream from the James Jackson Parkway Bridge (Deadman, 1984).
On a dark scary evening, Lloyd Wickliffe was working as a security guard in a McDonald’s on Halsted Street on Chicago’s far South Side. At a little past eight, during an armed robbery attempt, Wickliffe was killed by a shotgun blast, and another security guard, Alvin Thompson, was wounded. The attackers, Edgar Hope and Andrew Wilson, did not get any money, but they stole the handguns the guards were carrying. Alton Logan was home asleep, nowhere near the robbery. Later he wounded guard, Thompson, was questioned and correctly identified Edgar Hope as one of the shooters.
A senior starter from Cleveland named Cvijanovic, accused that third-year coach Tim Beckman pressured him to play with knee and shoulder injuries. Cvijanovic resisted, he stated that Beckman prompted to ridicule him by forcing him to watch practice while dressed in an opposing team’s uniform. In addition, he claimed that Beckman concealed from him the intensity of his injuries. This is a perfect example of coaches taking their job to far. What is the point of a coach abusing players?
This case is about a man named Ronald Sparrow, who was criminally charged in 1984 for fishing with a drift net that exceeded regulation length under Section. 61(1) of the Fisheries Act. Sparrow is part of a Canadian-First Nations Band called Musqueam, and argued that S. 61(1) violates his rights under S. 35 of the Canadian Constitution. S. 35, guarantees all first nations, the protection of their fishing, logging, hunting, and land rights. The Crown’s argument was that Sparrow knowingly violated his food fishing license, however according to Sparrow, this law was inconsistent with S.35.
Case details Mr Stephen Gilham aged 58 and Mrs Helen Gilham aged 55 and their two sons Christopher aged 25 and Jeffrey aged 23 lived in Woronora. It is a suburb in southern Sydney. Mr and Mrs Gilham and Christopher were murdered in their family house on 28th August 1993 at or around 4am. They were savagely stabbed to death and house was set on fire.
Maxwell McKee is a sophomore at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is currently undeclared, but is planning on declaring a major in business management this coming fall. This summer Max has been working at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices PenFed Realty partner, as a marketing intern under Kevin Wiles. Max is an avid soccer player and outdoors enthusiast. He was able to play intramural soccer at VCU, as well as become a member of Green Unity, an environmental activist group.
n 1984, Leroy Hendricks was convicted of having indecent liberties with two 13-year old boys. As punishment for his action, Mr. Hendricks was remanded to the penal institutional system to serve his prison sentence. After serving ten years in prison, Mr. Hendricks was going to be stepped down to a halfway house. In the state of Kansas, they implemented the Sexually Violent Predator Act in 1994. This act “establishes procedures for the civil commitment of persons who, due to a mental abnormality or a personality disorder, are likely to engage in predatory acts of sexual violence (Brody & Acker, 2010, p.4).
This commercial futures Mathew McCaugheys, a popular celebrity driving a Lincoln and talking about going backward to move forward, a metaphor that has nothing to do with the vehicle performance. The logical fallacy is the appeal to false authority. This can be seeing when the celebrity, in this case McCaugheys, speaks about his experience driving the vehicle, as if he would be an authority on the subject, when in actuality there is no evidence to support his genuine expertise. The audience has to assume that his taste is anything but great; therefore, he must drive the best car.
CM conducted a CFT/Court hearing at the Jersey City Courthouse for Leandro Fontoura (Youth). In attendance were Jasmine Alexander (CM), Daniela Pacheco (parent), Leandro Fontoura (youth), Edna Davie (YES- Coordinator), Rate Maza (YES- Intern) and Lee Kennedy (MRSS- Crisis Intervention Specialist). The Strength and Needs Assessment was completed and the crisis plan was reviewed. Needs and strategies were discussed and family vision was reviewed.
Matt Munson is a member of Beasley Allen’s Mass Torts Section, handling defective medical device litigation. He is lead attorney on cases involving Zimmer Biomet’s Comprehensive Reverse Shoulder System and has been with us since 2006. Matt decided to pursue law after finding irregularities in a non-fiction novel while writing a literature paper at Auburn University Montgomery. By making a long-shot phone call to the author, Matt questioned him until he admitted it was not an entirely first-person account, as he had led everyone to believe. The author told Matt he should think about becoming a lawyer, and after taking a few pre-law classes, Matt changed his major and then attended Western Michigan University’s Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Timothy Cole After being raped while held at knifepoint, Michele Mallin was able to identify Timothy Cole twice. The first time being a polaroid, where Timothy Cole was facing forward while the mugshots of the other photos were facing to the side; the second time she identified Cole was in a lineup. With absolute certainty on Mallin’s part, Mallin picked out Timothy Cole as her attacker and rapist in both instances. In court, a forensic examiner presented Mallin’s rape kit data from the hospital post attack.