Adam got an invitation from his friend to go to a baseball game. Adam is not familiar with the game of baseball and has no knowledge of the game or know what happens at baseball games. Because he immigrated to the United States. His friend purchased some seats just a few rows up from the field, along the first base line. Majority of baseball stadiums have nets hung behind home plate and not along the baselines. While enjoying the entertainment of the game.
In August 25th of 2016, A jury found appellant Jason Terrence Leita guilty of ten counts of promotion of child pornography, a second-degree felony offense at the Court of Appeals thirteenth District from the Corpus Christy-Edinburg Counties. He was then sentenced to twenty years' confinement in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, as well as $10,000 fine for each count. He was also found guilty of four charges of possession of child pornography ten years on each count, with the sentences to run after the sentences on the promotion-of-child-pornography counts were served. In his appeal, Leita argued that there was not enough evidence to prove that he was promoting child pornography or sharing files, although
The Dred Scott decision was a landmark Supreme Court decision on slavery in 1857. Dred Scott was a slave who sued for his freedom after living in Illinois and Wisconsin Territory where slavery was banned. Mr. Scott argued that he should be free since he had lived on free soil. The Supreme Court was to decide three questions: should a black person be considered a citizen and have the ability to sue in court, Did residence in a free state make Mr. Scott free? Did Congress possess the power to prohibit slavery in a territory? The Court was divided on these questions and each Justice issued an opinion. Chief Justice, Roger B. Taney, declared “that only white persons could be citizens”. He insisted that the founding fathers believed that
Spoke with Jade Bray, CHR therapist with regarding to Valerie treatment. This writer questioned Ms. Bray about her concerns and the mental health provider intervention for the patient due to the 3 suicidal ideation as a result of stresses in the patient's life. According to Ms. Bray, she expressed her concerns of the patient not following through with recommendations, mainly referring to Chrysalis for assistance with housing, the patient misuse of funds, and discontinuing her use of her addiction. Next week, according to the therapist, there will be a meeting-Multidimensional Therapy (MDT) meeting to address further intervention(s) for the patient. This writer questioned Ms. Bray about CHR Respite. Ms. Bray reports that respite is a temporary
Justin Ross Harris, 33, a father who allegedly left his son in a hot car to die, has once more appeared in court. The prosecutors of the case have alleged that Harris purposely left his almost two-year-old son strapped into his car seat in June of 2014. Before this, he took him for breakfast to Chick-fil-A. Later, Harris told investigators of criminal law that he did not realize Cooper stayed locked inside the vehicle while he went to work.
Demonstrators marched through the streets, chanting slogans, and held protest outside the offices of several corporations. The purpose of the demonstration was to protest policies of the Regan Administration and of certain corporations based in Dallas. In a political demonstration during the Republican National Convention in Texas, Gregory Lee Johnson doused an American flag with kerosene and set it on fire. During the burning of the flag, the demonstrators shouted, “America, the red, white, and blue, we spit on you.” No one was hurt but some witnesses said they were offended. One witness picked up the flag’s charred remains and buried them in his backyard. Johnson was charged and convicted with the desecration of a venerated object, in violation
In March 2, 1963, eighteen-year-old Barbara Ann Johnson was accosted by a man who shoved her into his car, tied her hands and ankles, and drove her to the edge of the city, where he raped her. He then drove Johnson to a street near her home, letting her out of the car and asking that she pray for him. Phoenix police later picked up Ernesto Miranda for investigation of the Johnson’s rape and included him in a lineup at the police station. Miranda was identified by several women one of them identified him as the man who had robbed her at knifepoint a few months earlier, and Johnson thought he was the rapist. At trial, Miranda’s court-appointed attorney got the officers to admit that during the interrogation the defendant was not informed of his
Nova Scotia politician Steve Sampson, a member of Richmond County council says that he has been blackmailed over a mail escort. Sampson says that he recently received an anonymous letter that shows a call from his hotel room to a male escort agency. In the letter, the blackmailer had written that they will release a copy of a hotel bill from February 2014, unless Sampson resigns from his position and promises not to run for office again. Sampson had later confirmed that the bill included a phone call to a male escort service, incurred while he was on county business in Seattle, Washington. Sampson said that he trusted local residents to weigh the motives of the blackmailer against his conduct during twenty-five years as a councilor. He said
On March 14th, 2016 at approximately 3:40PM, it was reported to the Department of Human Services and the Muskogee Police Department that the above listed defendant, Jacob Deckard, from January 2015 through March 2016, had performed sexual intercourse on a 7 year old family member on at least two separate occasions and exposed himself to her on another occasion. The juvenile victim, K.S. was forensically interviewed and a well-child examination was performed.
In 2003, Peggy Sue Thomas learned from her boss, Brenna Douglas, that her husband was abusive. After hearing this, Thomas told this information to her boyfriend James Huden, who then decided that he was going to kill Russell Douglas. It was speculated that Huden wanted to kill Douglas because he was abused as a child and was taking out his anger on Douglas (Sullivan, 2013). The two decided to come up with a plan and kill Russell. Then, on December 26, 2003, Thomas lured Douglas into a remote area on Whidbey Island saying that she wanted to meet him because she had a gift for his wife Brenna. Little did Russell know that Thomas’s boyfriend Huden was waiting for him. After arriving, Russell was confronted by Huden, who then proceeded to shoot Russell in the head with a .380-caliber
Facts: On December 2, 2004, Terrance Jamar Graham (Petitioner), a 16 year-old male, was with two adult accomplices when they broke into a house. While they were ransacking the house, looking for money, they held two men up at gunpoint, and Graham held a gun to one of the victim’s head. They fled the scene and attempted to rob another location, where one of his accomplice’s was shot. Graham took him and the other accomplice to the hospital. When a police officer attempted to pull Graham over, he did not stop and led police on a car chase. Graham attempted to flee on foot but was apprehended and arrested. Graham denied involvement but admitted to violating probation by fleeing. Graham was on three years of probation for attempted robbery of
In 2011 an officer by the name of Jason Stockley was involved in the death of an african american who had fled police for about 3 miles before he had been caught and sadly shot. The trial on if he was guilty for murder or not went on for five years and the verdict finally came out that he was found innocent on the murder charge.
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.
Maintaining high standards of evidence was important when quitting a witch because at the time large scale prosecutions of “witches” occurred. This is due to the fact that witches had been identified as enemies of God in a society that was heavily ruled by their faith. People thought that if they didn’t hunt down these supposed sorcerers they would feel the wrath of God. However, when adhering to normal laws, it is almost impossible to convict a woman of dabbling with magic. Fortunately, the appointed judge of a woman named Geillis Johnson recognized this and is perhaps the only reason as to why she was set free. Geillis Johnson had been accused of accidently murdering her son through witchcraft by his in-laws, but any evidence against her