According to New Jersey v. T.L.O Supreme Court Case (1999), a teacher at Piscataway High School in Middlesex County, New Jersey discovered two 14-year-old freshmen smoking in a lavatory on March 7, 1980. Since smoking in the lavatory was a violation of a school rule, the teacher took the two girls to the Principal’s office, where they met with Theodore Choplick, the Assistant Vice Principal. During questioning, one girl admitted that has had violated the school rule, while the other girl, T.L.O, denied she smoked at all, much less that she had been smoking in the lavatory. Becoming suspicious, Mr. Choplick asked T.L.O to come into his office and to see her purse. Upon opening the purse, Mr. Choplick found a pack of cigarettes. When he went to grab for the cigarettes he noticed a package of cigarette rolling papers. Suspecting evidence of drug use could be found in the purse, Mr. Choplick proceeded to look through the purse. The searched discovered a small amount of marijuana, a pipe, a number of empty
Newark is a broken city, with years of neglect, corruption, and greed that have put generations of families in a cycle of poverty. The generations of poverty have festered in a city filled with crime and drugs. People can argue for years on how to approach and fix Newark's problems. Many can agree on the significant problems of Newark, but the problems of Newark are not something that can be fix overnight. It will take many years for Newark to recover. How does the Brick City get lifted out of poverty and crime? A good place to start is with education both at the student level and offering training programs for adults. The next step would be to create jobs beneficial to the people of Newark. What kind of jobs does Newark need to become a thriving
In the case of New Jersey VS TLO, a high school student was held for violating school rules, with possession of smoking and having other illegal belongings on school campus property, and with an argued statement about violating her fourth amendment rights against unreasonable searches. Two Piscataway Township high school freshmen girls were smoking cigarettes in the bathroom, where they were caught by a teacher who had seen them. The teacher walked up with the two girls to the principals office, in which they met with the assistant vice principal. They were both questioned individually about violating a school rule by smoking in the bathroom. One of the girls admitted to smoking, whom surely was disciplined under school
New Jersey v. T.L.O. was an important case concerning the rights of the accused and had to do with the exclusionary rule. This case furthered the knowledge of the exclusionary rule that is mentioned in the Fourth Amendment. It was decided that the exclusionary rule applies to searches and seizures that occur at school by the officials.
T.L.O. and The New Jersey State School system.T.L.O.was found in the lavatory smoking by a teacher and was brought to the Vice Principal's office. The vice principal searched her purse and found illegal substances and turned them into the legal authority after contacting them and her mother. The student claimed that it goes against the fourth amendment because it was an illegal search and seizure. Their dispute was whether the school had the right to search and take illegal substances found when they do search the students.The case got to the supreme court by appeals through the lower court systems because it dealt with the interpretation of the fourth amendment.
In the late 1800’s is when small business values and beliefs would be tested with the growth of railroads, telegraphs. Machinery, steam engines, and the rapid population growth. People from the time currency was created to this day are power and money hungry. They want to capitalize, become larger, bigger without regard or worry. This took a hit to small business across our fairly new nation. If you look at the history of U.S. business then you can figure out that every business started small. Example would be Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Steel Company, now known as U.S. Steel. Now the largest steel producing corporation in the United States of America. (Conte, 2008)
Imagine walking down main street in a small town, you notice that there are many unique store in which you have never come across. After walking into countless stores you are starting to notice that they all have one thing in common. What possibly could all these diverse stores have in common, they all have a 12” by 10” sign with white lettering and red background saying Help Wanted. In “ Heart Land and the Rural South Exodus” by Patrick Carr and Maria Kefalas, your able get the chance in knowing how much rural areas are in danger. In this paper I will argue that thriving small business are going to eventually be in danger persuaded by Carr and Kefalas of triple threat explained by Carr and Kefals, small business owners facing the
Gentrification should also be used to create useful businesses. They should create more job training and schools. There should also be more daycares in the area. It is hard for some parents to work or train for interviews when they have little kids. If people established a reliable daycare, then adults would be freer to work and grow. Another way the community could grow is if they promoted local businesses instead of chains. Local business create a sense of nostalgia, so locals will want to help their community
What explains the high failure rate of small business startup in the City of Brownsville? There are several influences that contribute to the failure of small business. According to (SBA, 2015) small business provides approximately half or 4.3 million of Texas’s private workforces. In 2010 there was 38,760 small business established in Texas only 68.3 percent of those business remained open two years later. This would indicate that approximately 31.7 percent of those businesses failed and the City of Brownsville is no exception. One major issue is that the City of Brownsville is a disadvantaged economically distressed region. The City sets on the Mexico boarder along the Rio Grande Valley, with a population of 183,887 within their community,
So with spatial mismatch becoming a bigger issue as time went by, city gentrification became a routine for all cities creating even more disparity in ranges of wealth. People who have lived in their homes for a long time are now being forced out by plans to incorporate more businesses and malls. Property taxes began rising and as the city centers changed, people weren’t able to afford products in their own communities anymore. They dispersed to different sectors of the city, some moving completely out of the city. Gentrification not only affects where people live. It also affects local businesses. Small business owners can’t keep up with the rent because the community around the owners are now very high in value with new businesses, condos,
My belief is that new businesses will create a new generation of people surrounding the city's residency. The residents of North Wilkesboro will have more opportunities towards their desired career choices. The rural areas of North Carolina will not only reside with farmers, laborers,
Nassau County, Long Island is a suburban county, completely surrounded by two bodies of water, the Atlantic Ocean and the Long Island Sound. Our four season climate with humid summers and snowy winters is due to the fact that we are a coastal area. Up until the late 1940s, when there was an influx of people who relocated from New York City Nassau County mainly consisted of farmland. By the 1950s, numerous young adults had come to settle down here essentially because the houses were affordable, schools were top notch and it was just a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Many family owned businesses still remained at that time, although in recent years chain stores increasingly opened and forced these family owned businesses to close.
The first is the great need for small businesses for future economic growth, locally and internationally. There is a tremendous need for small business to keep up with technological advances and environmental changes. Small business can innovate and create new jobs at a faster rate than their larger competitors. Unfortunately, living in times of high crime, recurrent