Stephen F. Austin is a beautiful school surrounded by tall pine trees and lakes. With the small population of students that attend this university compared to, for example, the University of Texas, most students and parents would not suspect that many crimes occur on campus. Stephen F. Austin is not high on the crime list compared to other universities, but it is not completely sound either. Last year, around the spring semester, there were several rumored cases of young women being beaten by an unidentified male. Due to these rumors many students did not feel safe walking around campus, especially at night. In the Crime Log for Stephen F. Austin there were a reported of twenty-four burglaries from 2013-2015, and four reported forcible assaults with three of them occurring in on campus housing. This semester a fraternity on campus, Alpha Tau Omega, was accused of sexually assaulting a student during one of their events. The young women claimed to have been drugged and then sexually assaulted by several different men. Grand jurors’ chose not to indict anyone; therefore, the case was dropped.
Testimony this Thursday morning began with a New York State Police Investigator who is part of the computer crimes unit. She said her analysis of Michael Beard's phone is that there was quiet a bit of deleting and a lot of powering off, including more than 100 deleted calls.
Holding: Kelbel's conflicting explanations for Kailyn's injuries did not coincide with testimonies given my medical examiners, Lindsey, Olster, and a neighbor, so the court holds that evidence presented is sufficient for the jury to reach a verdict. The court also concludes
Identify and discuss the various types of written or oral communication presented in the case and the guidelines for each type of communication. Consider the prosecution, defense, witnesses, and the judge. Write an arrest-and-incident police report using the specified guidelines and parameters for report writing as outlined in the assigned readings. Assume the role of the investigating officer. The report must be factual, accurate, objective, and complete. Ensure the police report is as long as necessary, concise, clear, and mechanically correct.
2) Based on these observations the investigators should ask the maid why the hot tub was at an unsafe temperature. Other areas of concern include the medication Mr. Underhill was on, what time the maid got home, and how long the Underhill’s had been dead upon arrival.
The written statements you obtained covered only the basic details of the case. These statements did not provide enough information to meet the elements of the crime. The victim’s statement did not provide when the “no contact” order was issued, time the offense occurred or who were the witnesses. The witness statements also lacked many details that could have helped with this case. After reading the statements that were provided, you should have either conducted an audio statement or conducted a question and answer written statement to establish the elements of the crime. This would have provided more information and made for a stronger
However, a rational appeal would be that by law Christopher Barber should be punished for what he did to his son. Even though she did not want to hurt him intentionally, it still caused him his life. It changed the life of those around him. Christopher Barber also made his life change in a big way since on his record it will say that he was charged with the death of his own son. It was wrong for Christopher Barber to treat his son the way he did.
However, despite recognizing that there was prejudice against the Aboriginals within the community, Esson C, J rejected and dismissed the motion stating the need for more evidence based there was no reasonable possibility that it would lead to partiality in the trial.
The committee revealed it had major questions about what Strzok meant by trying to "pilot" Page's phone, and whether they were able to hardwire the cell phones to wipe them clean or not record information.
Prior to the hearing, the Organization had requested in writing a copy of the Locomotive Event Recorder Download from Locomotive CSXT 4302 and all statements or reports submitted (see TR, page 11, lines 18-36). These pertinent documents were never provided to the Organization during discovery; in fact, if provided, would have proved Ms. Harris complied with all SFRTA Operating Rules pertaining to General Securement Requirements and Securement of Cars.