He was also encouraged to get counselling by Lucinda Roy, the co-director of the schools writing program. In 2005 he was accused of stalking female students but charges were never filed. Sometime between seven and eight A.M. Cho shot and killed two students in a dormitory. Between the two separate shootings Cho mailed a package to NBC News. Around 9:45 A.M. Cho entered the engineering building and began shooting.
Some students lost faith. The external stakeholders that were affected the most were the young boys and their families. Their lives will never be the same. Everyday boys and their families have to live with the sexual abuse that Jerry Sandusky
Body Paragraphs North Carolina has tried to combat this problem by implementing the Gfeller-Waller Concussion Awareness Act. Tim Stevens, a writer for the McClatchy - Tribune Business News, writes that this act is named for “Matt Gfeller of Winston-Salem Reynolds High and Jaquan Waller of Greenville Rose High, who each died from brain injuries sustained while playing high school football.” (Stevens 2011). To prevent sports-related concussions from happening again, North Carolina passed this act to raise awareness deaths caused by concussions being treating improperly. Research by Tim Stevens, a writer for The News & Observer in Raleigh, NC, shows that the act takes “current North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) requirements for handling concussions, adds an educational component and creates a state statute” (Stevens 2014).
Case Name, Citation, Year Safford Unified School Dist. #1 v. Redding 557 U.S. 364 (2009) Facts of the Case Redding was an eighth grade student, who was suspected of having over the counter drugs on school grounds. Over the counter drugs on school grounds is a violation of school policy.
Purpose: By the end of my speech, the audience will be influenced concerning the negative effects of steroids on human health which led to illegalizing this kind of drugs. Introduction: Nowadays steroids are spread all over, and the use of these drugs had disrupted the life of many athletes. One example is an athlete “Taylor Hooton “who found dead on July 15 in his apartment. Actually, he wasn’t the first to kill himself.
Mandatory drug testing is a very controversial topic. High schools all over the world test and many have different opinions on the topic. Some believe that this is needed to keep kids drug free. Others, however, believe it is an invasion of privacy and is unconstitutional. The testing is mostly for people who are in extracurriculars.
August of 2011 Mathieu failed a drug test and was kicked off of the LSU football team with hopes of coming back. 2 months later the 2011 Heisman Trophy finalist and three other former Tigers players. One of them, former quarterback for LSU Jordan Jefferson, were arrested on drug-related charges that ended Mathieus chances of returning. According to the police report (2011) officers found the marijuana in Mathieu 's apartment Thursday afternoon. Mathieu answered the door, and officers "immediately smelled a strong odor of marijuana," the police report stated.
Identification of the victim in any incident may reveal the underlying true version of the incident. The story of Ahmed Mohammed, a 14 year old muslim boy ,living in Irving,texas who was arrested and then suspended from his school for bringing a homemade clock that school officials thought resembled a bomb. The case here is not one of misinterpretation, but of discrimination on the grounds of race. Ahmed spoke at a news conference in front of his family’s home saying , “I built the clock to impress my teacher, but when I showed it to her, she thought I was a threat to her. So I was really sad she took the wrong impression of it” –the new York times.
There was a case of a 13 year old boy killing a 19 year old because he was acting out a plot he had seen on TV. The real question about this is why did a 13 year old have unsupervised access to a deadly weapon in the first place. Lousy parenting could be largely at blame for many of the incidents like this one. If a child believes it is okay to kill people just because they saw it on TV or in a video game then they haven’t had someone telling them right from wrong while growing up. No matter how much control supporters push for legislation, the NRA single handedly blocks their path and they also represent the views of hunters and sportsman who’s lives revolve around guns.
Introduction draft Hi I am Jaimee Burke and these are my partners Bryn Grant and Maddy Wright. Random drug testing needs to be required in every school system in America. Do you want your kids doing drugs on a school campus and getting caught but you can 't prove it? Of course not if your kids or friend is accused by this big statement of doing drugs you want the facts that they have.
I. Issue: Morse vs. Frederick, 2002; Frederick, a high school senior, hung a banner saying: “Bong Hits 4 Jesus” at a school supervised activity. Morse, the principal, suspended him for 10 days saying the banner promoted illegal drug use to those attending the school supervised activity. Frederick sued Morse saying his First Amendment rights were violated. Issue: Does the First Amendment allow public school to prohibit students from displaying banners with messages promoting use of illegal drugs at school supervised activities? II.
George Anthony The witness list includes Vasco Degama Thompson, an ex-convict who served time for kidnapping, ABC affiliate WFTV reported. The defense alleges that Thompson had phone conversations with George Anthony on July 14, just days before Caylee was reported missing, Cindy Anthony was the one who reported Caylee missing, in July 2008 Lee Anthony testified about his sister's pregnancy with Caylee, breaking down in tears as he claimed his family ignored her pregnancy, not talking about it until just days before she gave birth in 2005. Tony Lazzaro was seen with Casey the day after she was reported missing Roy Kronk found Caylee Anthony’s remains in a wooded area near the Anthony family home, he saw a white object in the same location
The Christopher Vaughn case is a popular case in which ballistics and blood spatter aided in solving. Vaughn pleaded not guilty in court, and the defense stuck to the case that it was a murder-suicide case involving his wife. Paul Kish, a blood spatter expert assigned to the case, said that the evidence found at the crime scene did not correlate with Vaughn’s story. Vaughn’s blood was found in many different places; the center console, on his wife’s shorts, on the front and back of her seatbelt, and on the carpet between her shoes. Vaughn’s original statement did not mention the blood present on the seatbelt.
As part of its strategy to enjoin the NAACP from operating, Alabama required it to reveal to the State's Attorney General the names and addresses of all the NAACP's members and agents in the state. The NAACP argued that this violated the due process clause of the 14th amendment. Verdict: Unanamous decision for the NAACP, majority opinion by John M. Harlan II. He said that “that a compelled disclosure of the NAACP's membership lists would have the effect of suppressing legal association among the group's members”.
FACTS: In 1951, a lawsuit was filed by Oliver Brown-lead plaintiff, and other African-American parents, to the Board of Education of Topeka,Kansas, whom is the defendant. The conflict occurred when Brown’s daughters got rejected to attend at a white elementary school near their house because of their race, and got sent to an all black elementary far away instead. Feeling segregated for his children and having to walk through dangerous railroads to the bus stop for school was a hassle, Brown brought the case to his Federal district court. Here, the judge ruled in favor of the Board of Education and stated that separation between African-American and white students in public education was okay as long as the conditions- teachers, transportations,