Jamina Briggs is a 32-year-old African American female initially admitted to Memphis Mental Health Institute (MMHI) August 1, 2013, pursuant to provisions of T.C.A. §33-7-301(a) for an evaluation and assessment of competency and mental condition at the time of the alleged offenses of two counts of first degree murder of her children. She was discharged on September 26, 2013 as not competent and a recommendation for commitment. On November 11, 2013 Ms. Briggs was admitted to Western Mental Health Institute (WMHI)for continued treatment and competency training pursuant to the provisions of T.C.A. §33-7-301(b). On April 4, 2015 Ms. Briggs was discharged from WMHI as competent with support for the insanity defense. Following the court’s decision of not guilty by reason of insanity, Ms. Briggs was evaluated by West Tennessee Forensics, an outpatient provider, and subsequently admitted to WMHI pursuant to provisions of T.C.A. §33-7-303(c). Aggressive and assaultive behaviors while at WMHI
This brings us to the second issue to be outlined, that is Mr Hughes crimes. Aside from a charge of break and enter as a child, another charge regarding sexual relations with a juvenile when he himself was a juvenile, and at the age of twenty-two, convictions for false pretences, theft and drug use, Mr Hughes has managed to remain crime free regardless of his drug addictions. Also, until the most recent crimes, Mr Hughes has never served a prison term. Thus in view of these facts, the court regards this as an insignificant criminal record considering Mr Hughes current age.
Richard’s first arrest, the beginning to his extensive criminal history, occurred at age 13 for trespassing and was followed by numerous other arrests over the better half of a decade. When he was 21 years old, Richard was found guilty of forging a fellow co-worker’s
The Juvenile System has been around for a long time. The primary reason behind separating Juvenile from adult criminals is quite simple; the judicial system believes that the children are less culpable for their irresponsive behavior and they could easily be reformed as compared to adult offenders. The crucial role
Darren DelPapa is a sixteen year old male who is currently on courtesy probation supervision in Portsmouth, for charges that occurred in Chesapeake. Charges before the Chesapeake Juvenile and Domestic Relations court were possession of drug paraphernalia, amended from possession of a controlled substance and a curfew citation. The charges
Background checks were completed for Daniel Abbott and Elizabeth Ruyle. Daniel Abbott was negative for CANTS (12/8/2015). FBI (12/8/2015) and Illinois State Police (12/8/2015) were positive. Mr. Abbot was arrested on 08/05/2001 for driving under the influence of alochol. He was charged with a DUI. He plead guilty, paid the fines, and attended six classes. Mr. Abbott was clear with records for his fostercare license under his name. Mr. Abbot no longer drinks. Inquiries into the National Sex Offender Registry (1/22/2016) and the Illinois Sex Offender Registry on (1/21/2015) revealed no offenses for Daniel Abbot. Elizabeth Ruyle was negative for CANTS (12/8/2015). FBI (12/8/2015) and Illinois State Police (12/3/2015) were positive. Ms. Ruyle
This supplement is a record of my actions in this case. On April 21, 2016, I was assigned this case to follow up. This investigation involves Mr. Andrew Ryan Scharnweber a fifteen year old City resident. I had previously interviewed Mr. Scharnweber for running away from home (16-119393) in
In the event that Kelly Steems is found guilty, he should be given three years in prison. Three years seems like an odd number to give, but a number of ideas should are taken into consideration that make three years a suitable punishment. Mr.Steems is being charged under sections 249(3)
Gail Garinger is the author of the article “Juveniles Don’t Deserve Life Sentences”, Garinger was a former juvenile court judge, so Garinger is a very credible source when it comes to the topic of juvenile criminals. To support Garinger’s credible usage of ethos, he demonstrates that in 2005, Supreme Court acknowledged that even though juveniles have committed terrible crimes such as homicide “juvenile offenders cannot with reliability be classified among the worst offenders” (6). This technique of providing the opinions of Supreme Court helps build Garinger’s credibility, and even more so that he is was a former juvenile court judges, so he most likely has a personal relationships with the Supreme Court. Readers feel sympathy to any juvenile who have been charged as adults and been sentenced to life without parole.
is one of many individuals that will qualify for a reduction in sentence. Mr. Ortiz Jr. was most recently sentenced as the leader of a drug operation, with the intent to distribute marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamines. He was also sentenced for the possession of a firearm in relation to drug trafficking. During his most recent trial Mr. Ortiz Jr knowingly, and intentionally, attempted to kill Daniel Andrew Stevens in order to prevent his testimony in the trial against Ortiz. The eligibility of criminals with this type of criminal history and violent tendencies should be scrutinized and questioned
On 03/31/17, Mr. Plaches was charged with Violation of Probation and sentenced to 24 Years at supervision level 5 with credit for 64 days previously served balance of sentence is suspended for 1 year level 4 Home Confinement, followed by 7 years at supervision level 3 (CRA#VS100079404).
Mr. Max Rios, a 35-year old divorced male, who has been incarcerated at the Cook County Department of Corrections for several months, has been waiting for his trial. As the Cook County Jail is primarily for holding pre-trial detainees, he was recommended by the local criminal justice system for a psychological evaluation before his trial due to numerous encounters with the law. Before the psychological evaluation was performed, Mr. Rios’s medical and juvenile/adult criminal records were requested to be examined along with a meeting with his ex-wife, former employer and parents. According to his medical records, Mr. Rios shows a history of anxiety along with episodes of depression also. As for his criminal record and a background check, it showed a history of problems with the legal system regarding extortion, aggravated assaults, identity theft, money laundering and numerous arrests for minor misconduct offenses along with a string of civil suits as well.
United States of America v. Jared Fogle Case Details Title: The United States of America, Plaintiff vs. Jared Fogle, Defendant Case number: 1:15-cr-0159TWP-MJD Location: Indiana, Indianapolis Year: 2015 Describe The Case The Defendant, Jared Fogle, was a resident of the Southern District of Indiana (1:15-cr-0159TWP-MJD). He regularly used email accounts, social networking websites containing advertisements for services,
In the Matter of R-A-M the Board of Immigration Appeals determined that possession of child pornography is a particularly serious crime. The Board of Immigration Appeals made this determination by considering the nature of the offense, the specific facts, and the circumstances of the crime. The Immigration Judge
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