One reason why Sigmund Brouwer did a good job saying her message because in the book Keets said “ you are crazy you are not telling the cops that someone shoot at your truck if you do not tell they they will do it again.That is say to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because Keets told him that they will do it again and this time they did worse then before and you do not want your car burt. One more reason why the author did a good saying to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you is because when they get back the cops are there and Dakota had to answer questions the cops had. That is saying to to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because who wants to keep answering questions to the cops. My last reason why the author did a good job saying his message because Dakota had to lie to the cops because he did not want anyone to know that his car had been shoot. That is saying to not be secured to tell the cops if something happens to you because he had to lie and if you lie to the cops you might get in double.
And there is a new biometric technology that matches vein patterns of hands.” A police spokesperson said that although the perpetrator had an unusual method of operating and that they thought they might be dealing with an emotionally disturbed person, they took the crimes seriously. “Without anything to run through the AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) though, we were pretty stymied.” When asked if this was the most unusual case the Homewood Police had ever encountered, the chief of police responded with just a hint of a smile, “Well, all I can say is, he certainly kept us on our
Roger acted just like a petty criminal should, after failing to get away successfully with the purse he tries to get away. But after being trapped by Mrs. Jones, he still tries to squirm lose to try and get away from Mrs. Jones. He also gives an excuse like “I didn’t try to steal your pocketbook” from pg 1. He tries to exploit every way to try and get away including trying to be nice to her to feel like it’s better to let him go then bring him to the police. This relates to the thesis, in the way that he has not changed at all and thinks stealing is a way for him to get nice things.
The police officer told me what was going to happen, and who was to blame. He couldn’t determine who was to blame because he thought I didn’t have enough room to turn, but the other driver, whose car was totaled, was speeding so we don’t know what happened. My family took me home at this point, so they could comfort me, and make sure I was
When the average street cop pulls you over to issue you a speeding ticket they would really like to do so with as little verbal resistance as possible. After all issuing speeding tickets is part of their job. When they ask if you know why they pulled you over, of course you say “I have no idea”. They respond with you were speeding. In addition the officer informs you that you were not wearing a seat belt; you have a broken tail light; your license plate tags are expired; and you could not produce your insurance card at the time of the traffic stop.
The police were coaching Jay on what to say based on the hard evidence that they needed to confirm. This is highly plausible because of the parallels between the evidence in the police file and what Jay says. For example, the only road names that Jay ever mentions are the ones that are marked on the maps in the police file. Also, Jay tells the police he was somewhere that would have been impossible for him to be at the time they spoke of, but the location matches up with an incorrectly marked cell tower on one map - the cell tower that transferred a call from adnan’s phone at that
In casual conversation with the waitress, the Grandmother inquires, “Did you read about that criminal The Misfit, that’s escaped?” (O’Connor 547). The waitress replies, “I would not be a bit surprised he did not attack this place right here” (O’Connor 547). The owner of the café ponders and recalls about the day before when two men drove in and charged their gas on a credit. Here, readers are introduced to the phrase, or the title of the story, “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” (O’Connor 547). O’Connor uses the title of the story in their conversation in order to emphasize that The Misfit drove by and told the owner of the café that he worked at the mill so he could charge the gas.
Your own lawyer can even the playing field by collecting evidence from the scene of the car accident, getting witness statements, and looking out for your legal interests. Your Claim May End up with Your Own Insurance Company If the person who caused the accident does not have insurance, or is underinsured, your insurer may be on the hook for your compensation. It is never a good idea to take advice from someone who may be taking you to court soon, but that is exactly what many accident victims unintentionally do when they talk to their insurance company. They Have Attorneys The insurance company may imply or even tell you outright that you do not need a lawyer. However, they do not take their own advice.
In the case of the stolen watches from the jewelry store which were turned into the police the reliability of Mr. A as a source of information in the case should be investigated due to him refusing to answer any of law enforcement’s questions after turning in the stolen property to law enforcement. After completing the investigation if law enforcement find Mr. A having no involvement with the robbery and that the circumstances allowed him to come into possession of the stolen property, then his claims of the crime may be worth pursuing. Law enforcement should also take into account of the involvement of Mr. B in the case of the stolen
In the story Kick, the authors use conflict to teach that friendship can get you into trouble and out of trouble. For example, when Kevin says, “I thought about Christy…The cop that had arrested me thought she was just too scared to talk, but I knew there were things that were just too hard to say.” This quote shows how Kevin got into trouble because of a secret that only he and his friend, Christy, knew. Kevin getting into trouble was one of the two main conflicts that happened throughout the story. Furthermore, towards the end of the book, it says, “I have some good news. My dad talked to Sergeant Brown last night and said that he wasn’t going to press any charges.” This example shows how when Kevin met Sergeant Brown, and started becoming
Ramiro also have a driver license to the officer. The officer questioned if any illegal narcotics or cash was in the vehicle, and they state it wasn’t. The parents agreed to a verbal consent to check the car. The officer called for back-up, and the K-9 unit came and found an area at the back of the vehicle. The officer noticed a fishing line from an area of a hidden compartment.