1. Did the union violate Title I, Section 101(a) of the Landrum-Griffin Act in this case? If so, what should be the appropriate remedy? • I believe the union did violate Title I, Section 101(a) of Landrum-Griffin Act since during the monthly meetings ”subjects such topics as union expenditures, salaries of officers, general
In 1788, the ratification of the United States Constitution sought to establish the fundamental aspects of the nation’s government, laws, and protections of its citizens’ unalienable rights. Robert G. McCloskey’s The American Supreme Court (2016) explains that, during this period, the prospects of the Supreme Court were essentially unknown. As
Facts: John Brady (petitioner) and Charles Boblit were found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to death. Convictions were affirmed by the Court of Appeals in Maryland. Their trials were processed separately. At Brady’s trial, he took stand and maintained that he participated in the preceding robbery, but not in the killing. At the sentencing, both men received the death penalty. Brady’s counsel conceded that Brady was guilty of murder in the first degree, and asking the jury to return that verdict “without capital punishment. Prior to the trial counsel requested to examine Boblit’ s extra judicial statements. Several statements were shown to Petitioner’s counsel; but the one was dated on July 09, 1958, in which Boblit admitted the actual homicide, was
BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF THE MOTION TO DISMISS PRELIMINARY STATEMENT Jeffery Calkin, the defendant, leased a vehicle for our client, Sage Rent-A-Car Inc., and was involved in a car accident with the plaintiff, Jane White. A negligence suit was filed by Ms. White against Mr. Calkin and our client, Sage Rent-A-Car Inc. The suit claims that our client is required to carry insurance and therefore has a duty to assume responsibility for this accident under the provisions of the Mandatory Financial Responsibility Act (MFRA).
We were able to locate and review the lawsuit Robert Coleman v CDCR, et al. In the complaint the plaintiff alleges that he was moved from a bunk bed cell to a side by side cell, which he claims seriously affected his mental health disorder (schizophrenia). The inmate states that when he informed the C/O that he could not stay in the side by side cell the C/O retaliated against him by placing the inmate in a small cage that he had to stand in for approximately seven hours. According to the inmate, his medical disability prohibits him from standing for long periods of time and subsequently experienced right knee pain and swelling. The inmate also indicates that his placement in a modified program violated his rights against lack of yard time
• P alleges assault and false arrest. P claims he was a guest at a party when MOS arrived and recovered a firearm on the ground. P claims that he was not in possession of a firearm. P alleges that he was falsely arrested for criminal possession of weapon, sprayed with mace, and assaulted by MOS. Defendant MOS states that they were responding to a radio run for shots fired and a vehicle fleeing the scene. While canvassing the area, MOS observed a party in a yard which had very loud music playing and people were drinking in the street. Sgt. Arquer entered the party through the main entrance to shut down the party, and MOS Mayer entered through the side gate. As Sgt. Arquer was speaking to an individual, MOS Mayer observed P walking in his direction
CONVICTED TRIPLE MURDERER Jeffrey MacDonald is serving three consecutive life sentences for the brutal murders of his wife Colette and daughters, Kimberley and Kristen.
Investigating a shooting that occurred Friday morning on September 11, 2015, Lubbock police detectives responded to a vehicle that crashed at 4:25 am. The accident occurred at the 6000 block of the Marsha Sharp Freeway. Lt. Ray Mendoza said that they received a tip from an individual who heard the crash taking place from a neighboring hotel. When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered Christopher Loggins, 49, and his gold-colored Chevy Cobalt. He had sustained multiple gunshot wounds, and while Loggins was awake, he was unresponsive. Police found no one else inside the vehicle.
The principal of a public high school in Texas has agreed to dissociate himself from the “See You at the Pole” school prayer event after complaints from an anti-religion organization.
Who: The Supreme Court, part of the Judicial Branch, ruled 5-4 on the case of Walker - Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc in favor of John Walker, the representative of the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles on a new license plate containing two Confederate flags.
EREPORT # 18573 statedthe following: The incident took place on today. DFCS worker accompanied Investigation Terry Smith to 317 West Main St, Sardis, MS due to reports coming to the Sheriffs Department alleging that Dakota, his girlfriend Kynli, and Dalton are staying in a home alone with no adults. The concerns individual also stated to Invest. Smith that the children were not in school. Kynli is pregnant and will be having her baby within the next month. After going to the home Invest. Smith and DFCS worker were able to assess that the allegations were true and the home was filthy and no adults were in the home and the children were not going to school. There are concerns for the minors at this time. The alleged perpetrators are allowing
CM Gilmore responded to the call by completing UHV to ensure safety and well-being of the children listed in the report. All children were interviewed and no disclosures regarding a safety concern in their home environment was provided to CM Gilmore. CM Gilmore addressed the allegations with Bmo, who was able to explain the information that was listed in the report. CM Gilmore have no current safety concerns with the family and the well-being of the children. CM Gilmore will move forward with closing the case with no further involvment.
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Many calls were not made throughout the game especially near the the fourth quarter. Calls were made against the raptors but not for them. DeRozan was going in for a lay up and was smacked, however no foul was called. This made DeRozan mad and he received a technical foul for questioning the officials. Later, he was ejected with Ibaka and coach Dwane Casey. Raptors lost a lot of players in that game, with Kyle Lowry fouled out within a short amount of time left and Fred Vanfleet with an injury. A lot of rookies were left to hold the team. Delon Wright turned it up but with all the technicals, OKC got a lot of free shots. This was a devastating game for the audience and especially, for the players.
2. Allowing Martin to use a cart, aside the walking rule, is not a modification that would change the nature of the game. The purpose of the walking rule is not compromised by allowing Martin to use a