So when I first got there I had the idea that it was a mock trial. It was not until we start and they started going over the history of the Texas Supreme Court and how they are able to travel thought the state did I realize that the court cases were real. Which, I am glad that they were real cases because that would have been boring if they were mock. So once I got that all right in my head I started to focus on the cases the first one was at some point difficult to follow to quote my friend who’s in high school “I don’t get why everybody is so mad about so ranch there is plenty of it at Walmart at leas that’s what that one dude said”. Now, my friends, he is the class clown, so I knew it was a joke but he did ask me “for real why did he keep
I quickly woke up to the sounds of loud sirens, I have no idea what is going on as I try to regaining my position. I'm noticing my hands are cuffed as I start to quickly realize what is going on. I start to frantically panic
As I am sitting in my smelly, old jail cell I am thinking why did I pretend to be someone else. I’ll tell you why I got into jail. This is the story of how I got into all of mess and what I did that made me go to
Judge I remember it like it was yesterday. People thought just because, I was from Mexico, I wouldn't be able to succeed in life. People laughed at me just because of the way I spoke English.
The Long Positive Road to Law Enforcement We’ve all heard the saying: keeping a positive attitude can mean the difference between success or failure. Fittingly, going through the police academy put this saying to the test! I’m not sure what was harder, going through the police academy or raising a child as a single mother. To be fair, the two are completely different and some might say there’s no comparison. But, as I sit here, memories from that journey come flooding back and I can not think of a similar or equal comparison that captures my struggles I had in the academy the way motherhood does so well. For me, the police academy was an arduous journey of blood, sweat and many tears.
Verbal Disturbance On 08-24-2016 at approximately 1700 hrs, I received a call via the city issued police department phone in reference to a pet that was killed by the neighbor. Upon arrival, I made contact with Carolyn Perry (TX-DL # 13247289), her residential address is 404 W.3rd Avenue # A. Perry was the reporting party about her small 8 month old kitten that was killed by the neighbor. Perry advised me, her small orange and white kitten went missing around last night with an unknown time frame. Perry was told by her nextdoor neighbor identified as Linda Bustos (TX-DL # 08437684), Bustos advised Perry that she had seen a cat lying in the roadway deceased the other day. Perry was upset with Bustos due to the fact that Bustos does not like
Three of my closest friends who broke the law by going over the limit of doves and I have to figure out what to do about it. I grew up with Jamie, I work with Jim and Brady they are some of the closest friends i have in the world. We hunt fish and even go to church together. They've help me through so many hard times like when my grandad passed away. I can ask them for help info or to help clean a deer. But What will i do if I can't help them cause they have broke the law.
RAFT Interrogations started about an hour ago. The whole system is trying to figure out who caused the rabies. Unfortunately for me. I was the culprit and I most likely be caught. I was brought here by a dog that was infected badly. I was only a small bit of DNA at that moment in time. I was transferred when the mangey mutt attacked a german shepherd. Not everyone is claimed to be who they think they are. Anything and everything I touch turns rabid.
My father spent 26 years as a police officer in the San Francisco Bay area with a background working in SWAT and riot control. In addition he spent the last 4 years of his career as the Lieutenant Commander and was often dealing with riots relating to race in Oakland,
If I were the Chief or Sheriff, I would instruct my officers to consider all the relevant factors before making an arrest or in establishing the primary aggressor, furthermore, making an arrest. Mandatory arrest policies would not be put into place within my department to assist further with avoiding arresting innocent individuals while exercising the ethics of care (Williams & Arrigo, 2012). Allowing officers to have guided discretionary powers in their duties will guarantee that each person it treated with dignity and respect. A priority must be placed on adhering to the laws provided by the state, moreover, securing the rights of the victims.
The Driver It was a normal friday morning here in Dallas, I walk out to my condo balcony to breathe in the the fresh hot air, with a hint of cut lawn clippings. It is a perfect day for a parade through downtown Dallas with Mr. Kennedy. I walked over a few rooms to do my routinely check on Mr. President, and as usual his confident self just shooed me away and told me to do my own thing. I begin to start my breakfast that I usually cook for him and his family when we are on campaign. The overwhelming smell of bacon and eggs drug Kennedy out of his room over into the kitchen to eat some breakfast. Still in his PJ’s and all he does the same as me and walks out the balcony and shouts out that it is going to be a great day. After I eat my delicious
Playing Defense is a young adult romance. It’s sweet, innocent and lots of fun. Sixteen year old Claudia was a teen who only had her eyes on her future, until she met one of the most popular guy in school. Hockey player Chris, he was gorgeous, kind, a prankster and interested in her. When Claudia was given the duty of being Chris’s tutor, their quick friendship came out of nowwhere. For once in Claudia’s life she was not just looking forward to her future school, she was looking forward on her day and seeing Chris again. The connection happened fast and Chris gave Claudia her first real kiss. It was sweet, it was intense. I loved it. Innocent Claudia wanted more with Chris, but does Chris feel the same?
The Detective had apprehended and interviewed enough rapists and violent criminals to be able to mirror their moods and aggression without a second thought. In fact, if it hadn't been for his usual business attire and lack of shackles, observers through the one-way glass of the police interview room would often-times have been hard-pressed to guess which was the criminal, and which the Officer of the Law. As a method actor would do, Tom transformed into the character he was to play, on the journey home, and convinced himself that what Lila desired was to be fucked, used and treated like a common gutter-whore. Wasn't that a fantasy that existed in the recesses of every woman's mind, even if at all other times, they wished to be treated as equals, and with respect?
It was two days after I murdered the old man. I am now sitting in this cell staring at the ceiling wondering why I did it and if it was worth the rest of my life in jail. Thinking back to that night, I was debating whether I wanted to kill him or not. I never had anything against him, he was a good man and I did love him but my babysitter had the same evil eye that he did. When me and my brother were younger he threatened to go get my brother from school and kill him unless I gave him the combination to the safe.5 I had no choice but to give him the combination, I didn't want to disobey my parents but i had no choice I didn't want to loose my brother. When my brother got home from school he grabbed him and told me to say goodbye, I was really
One day my cousin and I was playing with BB guns at our grandpa house.Then when I rounded the corner he shot me twice in my neck.