The defendant, Andrelly Garcia is a 27 year old female, from Massapequa, NY. Who is currently separated from her husband, the father of her two small children, Rosalin (6) and Jacob (4). Mrs. Garcia stated that Mr. Garcia is financially supporting the household, because she is currently unemployed. She reported to be in good physical and mental health.
Andrew Sanchez was a college pitcher for California State University at Northridge (CSUN). During one of his competitions he was struck by a line drive of an aluminum bat. He filed a suit against the bat manufacturer and other organizations stating that the bat design of this specific bat posed a significant increase of inherent risk in the sport of baseball, specifically pitchers. However, prior to the start of the 1999 baseball season, Sanchez signed a disclaimer form recognizing that playing carried a risk of injury. The defendants motioned for a summary judgment proclaiming the primary statement of the risk and that the plaintiff would be unable to prove the exact cause of his injuries. The trials court eventually granted the summary judgment when it
This case involved Christian Daniel Tringali being a danger to himself. Tringali was transported to the Exodus Urgent Care, where he was placed on a WIC 5150 hold.
On 9-15-17, Adrian and Len were standing at the stop sign, on a curve; waiting on their school bus around 7:15 am. The stop sign is not their destination pick up and drop off. Adrian and Len were unsupervised. Adrian and Len were out of eyesight from home. The home is around two curves. The Family Protection Specialist (Tanya) was in route to picks Adrian for his doctor (unknown) appointment on 9-15-17; when she said the two children at the stop sign. Due to the children's foster mom (Juanita) was unable to take Adrian to his doctor appointment. Juanita was asked, "Why are Adrain and Len were standing at the stop sign, unsupervised?" Juanita stated that: "They are the second grader and are older enough to be there; because they are in second grade." It is unknown what is meant by this. Adrian and Len were asked: " How often do they are left alone at the stop sign?" Adrian stated that:" Sometimes someone (unknown) is here and sometimes they do not."
The supreme court case that I decided on was the case of Gavin Grimm v. Gloucester County School Board (ED. VA.) (Unknown, 2017). This case is about an 18-year-old male that attends a Virginia high school in Gloucester County Virginia. Gavin has male features and facial hair like a male and a deep voice like a male; however, he is in the process of being a transgender. The problem is Gavin uses the men’s restroom and is fighting for a transgender restroom throughout the school. The school board’s policy denies transgender students access to the restrooms used by rest of the student body because it violates the Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Unknown, 2017). The school states that students must use the restrooms according to their
Ardoldis Chapman, a “closer” pitcher for the New York Yankees was suspended and fined under the baseball’s new domestic violence policy. Chapman was said to have gotten into an argument with his girlfriend in October 2015. It then escalated to Chapman aiming a fire arm at her as she ran into the woods on a neighbor’s property. However, no charges were filed against Chapman. He has made history as the first baseball player to be suspended and fined under the baseball’s new domestic violence policy.
COMES NOW Respondent, John Deaux, respectfully requesting, pursuant to 8 C.F.R. § 1003.14(a), review by an Immigration Judge of the custody and bond determination made by the Department of Homeland Security.
Facts: Albert W. Florence was arrested by a New Jersey State Trooper during a traffic stop after his name came up during a routine Id check on the officer’s database. The trooper found a warrant for the petitioner’s arrest for failure to appear to his enforcement fine hearing. Although he argued the validity of the bench warrant, the trooper took Florence to the Burlington County Jail (“BCJ”). Florence was ultimately transferred to the Respondent Essex County Correctional Facility, after spending six days at the Burlington County Jail. Florence was subsequently released from the facility after it was ascertained the fine had been paid. During his seven day confinement, Florence was subjected to two strip search examinations. The searches
In Bob Adelmann’s article, he describes a situation where the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a person cannot be incarcerate if he is awaiting trial. This decision occurred after the court reviewed a case where a man, Elijah Manuel, alleged that Joliet police officers assaulted him and arrested him after falsely reading a drug test. A county judge ordered Manuel to be detained in jail until his trail after another officer swore out a false complaint. After his charges was dismissed, Manuel released from seven weeks of jail time. Two years after the incident Manuel sued the the City of Joliet for violating his right of the Fourth Amendment by falsely arresting him and unlawfully detaining him after his arrest. His lost his
RP stated law enforcement received a call from an anonymous caller stated an employee, Shemaiah Messengale grabbed the child Marley's arm which is fractured. Law enforcement contacted the child's mother to verify injuries. It was disclosed the child had suffered 4 fractures to her elbow and wrist. The RP stated law enforcement spoke with owner/licensee of the facility and the employee accused of causing the injury. They reported Marley sustained the injuries accidentally when she fell from slide. The RP stated the child was treated at Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) by Dr. Lindsey Andras who determined the injuries are consistent with a fall. Law enforcement did not speak with treating doctor to confirm the information. The RP disclosed
Anthony Macias does not have a valid claim for workers’ compensation because he was not under employment during the time of his injury as defined by Labor Code section 3600, where at the time of his injury was not performing services growing out of his employment, nor was he acting within the course of his employment; his injury occurred during a social-athletic activity by his own choice.
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Kerry Middleton is a fifty-two year old Caucasian male and is currently married to his wife Sherrifor more than 20 years. For the past several months Kerry has been experiencing night sweats,repetitive nightmares and extreme amounts of anxiety. Most nights Sherri has to wake him aftersweating profusely and shaking in his sleep. When he is finally woken up, it becomes difficult for him tofall back to sleep. During the daytime Kerry has reported feeling terribly disconnected to hissurroundings. He often finds himself in a place of despair and self-hatred. Kerry daily indulges in anenormous amount of alcohol and from time-to-time recreational drugs to convince him-self thateverything is going to be ok. Up until a few months ago Kerry was the Chief
To begin, Adnan had a terrible lawyer. One year after Adnan’s trial, his attorney Cristina Gutierrez was disbarred, and $282,000 dollars were awarded to past clients she’d wronged with her shoddy legal skills. Not only did Gutierrez never challenge the state’s sketchy phone records, she never even contacted Asia McClain, a potential alibi witness for Adnan. Later, Gutierrez’s associate William Kanwisher signed an affidavit stating that she didn’t necessarily make a “strategic decision not to interview and/or call as a witness Asia McClain”. In other words, someone who knew Gutierrez extremely well at the time is admitting that she didn’t have a master plan formulated, she simply forgot about a potentially essential part of her client’s defense.