The reporting student, the roommate, and the accused have resided together in the same residence live room since the commencement of the fall 2015 semester. Admittedly, tensions between the three male first year freshman have long since existed stemming from general personality clashes. Those clashes it is believed furnish the basis of the initial incident.
As some point in the fall semester, perhaps during the month of October, the roommate witnessed the accused accessed the reporting student’s personal computer without permission and with the reporting person’s knowledge. On this occasion the accused was observed making an unauthorized purchase of a computer game on the reporting person’s computer. At some point thereafter, the roommate recalls, the reporting person informed both the accused and the roommate that he did not account for specific purchase that had appeared against his account.
On another occasion, the accused invited two other students into the room the three shares to show them what he had discovered on the reporting student’s computer. Upon entering into the room, the accused was seen accessing the reporting student’s personal computer, making using of passwords and code accesses that had not previously been shared with the accused by the reporting student. Once accused had imputed the various passwords and or access codes, he directed the two students to view the screen of the reporting student’s laptop computer.
The accused showed the two students
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Alex Weiss wrote, “Should Gamers Be Prosecuted for Virtual Stealing” which compares virtual laws to real life laws. The thesis of his argument is “video games are not work or investments for which people should be compensated; they are escapism” (Weiss). He is saying that what happens in a video game should stay in a video game. It should have no correlation to the outside world. One an example he gives to support his thesis is,” These projects may seem foolish to those outside of the gaming world but they represent a great a deal to their creators. And these hopes and dreams can be destroyed rapidly by another player who just wan to be a jerk” (Weiss 732). He says right there that a player could spend months on making something when in just
Instruct students to elaborate one of the crimes. They are to take the role of a police officer that has interviewed witnesses. They are to use this information to complete a police report this week.
Date rapes, hate crimes and theft have become an apparent concern on college campuses. The most disturbing crime on a college campus is a school shooting. Being a victim of any crime is the last thing any student or parent thinks of when choosing a college or university. The possibilities of danger on a college campus have been increasing over the years due to the reported crimes ranging from theft to murder. Because of the recent years of college campus reported shootings, both student and parent have become alarmingly concerned about
on his work computer; stating that the evidence was admissible because Voyles “had no reasonable expectation of privacy in his work computer.” Although Voyles stated that he took precautions to prevent others from accessing or viewing items on his work computer the State argued that he had no expectation of privacy because the computer was owned by the school district, was located in a public classroom that was designed not only for teaching students, but was designed to be available for use
The following memo describes the events that have taken place in Saint Leo Police Department as it relates to the Sheriff’s findings in Officer Narcissus office computer. It will contain a summary of the Sheriff’s and Officer Narcissus’ actions, as well as their reactions to the other’s stance. As the special assistant to the Sheriff, the author of this compilation will provide as much detail about the legal ramifications the Sheriff may face as it relates to this situation and conclude by providing some recommendations to resolve the situation at hand. The author will back up the recommendations with laws
A young white Hartford student, Brianna Brochu, was arrested and charged with third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace on Saturday for bullying her university roommate, Chennel “Jazzy” Rowe. Police arrested her after she boasted online calling her “Jamaican Barbie” and admitting to tampering with her belongings. She has confessed to atrocities such as “putting her toothbrush where the sun don't shine” and smearing period blood on the girl’s backpack for nearly over a month. Rowe was not aware of the harassment until she became fed up with feeling unwanted in her own room and as she was moving out a dorm an advisor approached her and showed her the post. This atrocious hate crime is being dealt with by the University but after they asked Rowe not to talk about it, she refused to let it be swept under the rug and livestreamed her story.
By performing the tasks required in this lab, many other attributes, references, and system information was gleaned that will benefit forensic efforts in the future. For this lab, the time zone of the computer has been isolated to China Standard Time, which in itself is suspicious. BHOs and add-ins were also located using registry values. Among this, there was only a reference to Bing Bar, which was identified in an earlier lab as a download performed on Jane’s computer. Moreover, this lab uncovered startup applications (UPnP.exe and SCVHhost.exe) that were identified as potentially suspicious in previous labs. Lastly, this lab allowed the student to locate USB storage devices that were connected to Jane’s system as well as the times associated with the connection and removal of the device in the system’s
On October 27, 2007, three murders caused uproar for the University of Nevada, Reno. It all started with a Halloween get-together with about one hundred and seventy guests at the Snyder residence on Heatheridge Drive. The party consisted mostly of students until the party began to grow. After hours went by, the late night brought strangers who were not invited to the party. These strangers had reportedly been kicked out of a Sigma Nu party in the previous night, and were not students of the University of Nevada. The strangers were two Polynesian males who entered the Sigma Nu fraternity house without invite. Their names are Samisone Taukitoku and Manu Saili. The two men did not party long before an argument broke out between members of the
On November 17, 2015, at approximately 1149 hours, LFCC Student Ashby, Berry approached the information service desk and advised Ms. Cindy D’Ambro that he needed to speak to a Police or Security Officer regarding a matter. At that time I Sergeant Clyde Hilliard was in the back room of the Information Service Office making a copy. I responded out and met with Student Ashby Berry # 6783310. Mr. Ashby advised he is currently taking a class in room #207 and the Professor is Mohamad Riasati. Mr. Ashby notified Sgt. Hilliard that one of his class mates has already departed the class room and he is leaving early because he feels like the Professor is drunk and falling asleep during the class. He mentioned that several Students in the class room are talking about how hammered he is. Mr. Ashby further advised he feels like he is paying a lot of money for the class and he feels like the Professor should not be drunk.
In this case that I will be using it began with two friends becoming roommates when they got into college. The victim is Brittany and the assailant is Sara. Brittany and Sara were both 19 years old when they moved into an apartment right outside the campus of University of Louisville. Sara was going to school to become a registered nurse while Brittany was going to school to become an attorney. Although, they never had any classes together they did both attend on campus and online courses. They only had one computer in their apartment so this meant that they had to share the same computer.
On June 23rd, 2013, students from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, met up at a local bar called The Tin Roof. The man, a promising football starter from the school named Brandon Vandenburg, and the victim, a woman who knew him from school, were drinking copious amounts of alcohol. Vandenburg had given her three to four drinks that night, and after the fourth one, a blue drink called a “California Long Island Iced Tea”, she remembered nothing. The next morning, she woke up in his dorm room with no recollection of the night before. Video evidence from the accused and their friends indicated that the four men had sexually assaulted the victim, using both a weapon (a water bottle) and their hands.
This case study revolves around the United States of America v. Robert Durandis, Donald Charles, Gilbert Pierre-Charles, Manual Reyes-Gonzalez case, which entails the crime of conspiracy to commit credit card fraud via the use of access devices. An access device is defined as “any card, plate, code, account number… or other means of account access that can be used, alone or in conjunction with another access device, to obtain money, goods, services, or any other thing of value, or that can be used to initiate a transfer of funds” (LII, n.d.). The series of events occurred from November 23rd, 2013 till July 24, 2014; the defendants conspired and devised a plan to commit fraud using counterfeit access devices to obtain a value earning of more than one thousand dollars (United States of America v. Robert Durandis, et al, 2014). The manners and means of the defendants to
When was the last time she accessed her computer? What is her background in computers, what is her skill level? I need some background on the former employee, her computer habits and activities prior to the files being found on her computer. I must collect digital evidence while keeping the data unaltered, first thing. This data will be used later in the prosecution of the case. This can be done through calculating and recording an evidence file. Next is imaging of the computer media with a write-blocking tool. I must keep the chain of custody. The computer's RAM is examined for evidence. During the examination step, verify and catalog the presence and integrity of the original evidence and any copies. An analysis is made with specialized equipment to find out exactly what's stored on the digital media. This includes a manual review of all materials found on the media, a review of the Windows registry, techniques to crack passwords and retrieve protected data, keyword searches and extraction of email and pictures for further review.
Before exploring the process of constructing campus crime as a social issue, Sloan III and Fisher (2011) found it necessary to report on the history of campus crime in American universities as the majority of the public assumes that campus crime is a relatively new phenomenon when in fact, campus crimes has been a prominent (yet not very visible) issue since the founding of the
Mr. Spencer, who lived with his sister, connected to the Internet through an account registered in his sister’s name. He used LimeWire, a free peer-to-peer file-sharing program, on his computer to download child pornography from the Internet. Det. Sgt. Darren Parisien of the Saskatoon Police Service, using publicly accessible software, searched for anyone sharing child pornography. He could access whatever another user of the software had in his or her shared folder. He could also obtain two numbers related to a given user: the IP address that matches to the specific Internet connection through which a computer accesses the Internet and the globally unique identifier (GUID) number assigned to each computer using particular software. The IP address of the computer is displayed as part of the file-sharing process. Det. Sgt. Parisien created a list of IP addresses for computers that had shared what he believed to be child pornography. He then ran that list of IP addresses against a database which matches IP addresses with approximate locations. He found that one of the IP addresses was suspected to be in Saskatoon, with Shaw as the ISP. Det. Sgt. Parisien then determined that Mr. Spencer’s computer was online and connected to LimeWire. He was able to look through the shared folder. He saw an extensive amount of what he believed to be child pornography. What he