FACTS: Douglas E. Metzger lived in an apartment in Lincoln, Nebraska. About 7:45 a.m on April 30, 1981 a residence of the apartment complex was parking his vehicle directly in front of Metzger’s apartment window. Metzger was standing naked with his arms at his side for five seconds. At 8:00 a.m two officers had arrived to the apartment, they observed Metzger standing naked in front of the window eating cereal. The officers said that Metzger was nude from mid-thigh on up and he was standing a foot of the window. Douglas Metzger had violated the Lincoln Municipal Code which stated, that it was unlawful for a person in the city of Lincoln to commit any indecent exposure in the presence of another person.
Mark Hebert filed a complaint with the New Iberia Police Department on January 6, 1993. He stated that an unknown suspect cut the rubber around the bottom pane of glass on the rear and removed the glass. Upon removing the glass and cutting the rubber, damage was done to the paint job. The suspect entered the bus after opening the door and stole a Clarion radio and Lanza equalizer. Serial numbers to be called in when available.
In this criminal trial, two girls have been arrested and charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide for trying to kill their friend. On May 31, 2014 12 years old Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser lure their 12-year-old friend Payton Leutner to the woods and stabbed her 19 times before abandoning her in the woods until a bicyclist found her body. Leutner was quickly sent to the hospital and was lucky to survive. As investigator investigated the case, it was told by both Weier and Geyser that the reason is to appease a fictional paranormal character Slender Man. Both Weier and Geyser are trail for adult court rather than juvenile court and if they were found guilty for convicting to kill their friend they will be facing up to 35-65 years in jail within the adult court. Both Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser exact charges
Question #1 Do you believe Mavaddat knew that the tenants were conducting illegal behavior, why? Mavaddat focuses on the corporation code section to content that trial court erred in issuing the nuisance abatement injection against him. The reason is that section exempts him from personal liabilities for any judgment against or obligation of the limited liabilities company the management. The manger may agree to become personally responsible for the limited liability company debts and liabilities written contract or if the operating agreement or article so specify.
To rebut petitioner McCleskey's alibi defense at his 1978 Georgia trial for murder and a related crime, the State called Officer Evans, the occupant of the jail cell next to McCleskey's, who testified that McCleskey had admitted and boasted about the killing. On the basis of this and other evidence supporting McCleskey's guilt, the jury convicted him and sentenced him to death. After the State Supreme Court affirmed, he filed an unsuccessful petition for state habeas corpus relief, alleging, inter alia, that his statements to Evans were elicited in a situation created by the State to induce him to make incriminating statements without the assistance of counsel in violation of Massiah v. United States, 377 U.S. 201 . He then filed his first
Ms. Glazier is a thirty-year-old Caucasian female who referred herself for Mental Health Skills Build services by due to her current struggle with mental health symptomology, domestic abuse and substance abuse. Ms. Glazier reported a history of being diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Ms. Glazier was unable to recall when onset of her Bipolar and Schizophrenia diagnoses however, shared she has been raped over fifteen times since the age of fourteen years old and her most recent rape was in 2016. As a result of the sexual trauma Ms. Glazier reported she believes she has suppressed a lot of the memories however, verbalized the following symptoms avoidance of distressing memories (daily); avoidance of external reminders (daily); inability to remember important aspects of traumatic events (daily); markedly diminished interest in significant activities (daily); anger
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REQUEST FOR BOND REDETERMINATION HEARING 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. BASIS FOR REQUEST AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY The regulation clearly provides that, after an initial custody determination by
1. Massachusetts 201 CMR 17: Standards for the Protection of Personal Information of Residents of the Commonwealth This state law (“01 CMR 17.00: Standards for the Protection of Personal Information of Residents of the Commonwealth,” n.d.) requires that any institution that collects personal information from a resident of Massachusetts will implement
In the case of Marquese, he was tried as a juvenile. The prosecution wanted to try Marquese as an adult because he was on parole from the California Youth Authority, during his latest charge of auto theft and residential burglary. Marquese was two months away from his 18th birthday. Further, one of Marquese’s probation officers’s described him as a career criminal, with unsuccessful attempts to rehabilitate him, and continuously gets into trouble with the law when he is released. The status was determined by the judge, using the five evaluation criteria’s of the California Welfare and Institutions Code 707a (Welfare and Institutions Code, n.d.) . The judge agreed on the first criteria of criminal sophistication, because Marquese planned the burglary. The second criteria, the judge found him unfit because he reoffended, after rehabilitation. The judge found Marquese fit under the remaining three criteria. These criteria deal with previous delinquent history, the success by the juvenile courts to rehabilitee, and the circumstances and gravity of the offenses alleged. The judge felt that the criminal history was mitigated by his bad childhood, with no guidance, and the gravity of the offence did not warrant him unfit. (Marquese, n.d.). I agree with the judge
There are times when certain issue may need more time to be reviewed, but in Chief Pirsig’s situation he was completely out of line. He wasn’t making any extra effort to create a new drug enforcement policy. To me it seemed
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Under the perspective of investment and funding, Gen Xers in the late 80’s and early 90’s are responsible for generating the potential for the internet and advanced computer technology needed to birth Facebook. Due to a regulatory change in 1978 that allowed pension funds to consider venture capital funds “prudent” investments, money poured into investment and the number of venture capital funds focused on technology jumped from 47 in 1980 to 71 in 1982 and 113 in
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