My opinion on this case is that everyone should be treaty equally, his intent was to commit a crime of robbery not a murder. Unfortunaly we are all aware that the criminal justice system in the United States is imperfect and that we are aware of the flaws that exist within our system. I would of punished him with many years in prison but not the death penalty due to it wasn’t his
Standing up to a bully was super nerve racking. I was super scared and nervous. I had to make the decision whether to keep getting bullied or standing up to the bully. My choice was to stand up to him. He would always make me feel embarrassed and as if I were an alien because he would always pick on me. He would call me names in school where his only audience was.
Yes, Alonza did the crime and yes he should have been punished, but I think 13 years was a bit too much. You have people get a lesser sentence for taking someone life. I felt heartbroken to learn that this man missed out on so many milestones because he was serving time in prison. There should have been a better way to teach him a lesson or at least put him on a better track.
In the future, one can only hope the criminal justice system more accurately endures a punishment to fit the horrific crime. The only thing he deserves is to suffer in an isolated cell with no contact to the world for the rest of his pathetic
PRISON. Not six months in jail, not 10 years in jail, it’s PRISON. Prison is much worse than a county jail. In most jails, you are held there waiting for a court date, for an OWI/DUI, driving without a licence, and many other minor things. Rape is considered a felony, and if you commit a felony, you will serve prison time. Why does Turner get to go to a county jail for only six months? What makes him any different than an ordinary guy on the streets? Oh yeah, he’s a good athlete at one of the top schools in the country. I guess that makes him different than any other person who would commit the same crime as him. But should his athleticism really change what he did? I don’t think
Last, but not least is the fact that he pulled a gun on the Police officers who were chasing him. That is a death threat, as well as a death wish. Common sense should tell people not to do that.
If he was not eventually stopped there would be no telling what he could do. Due to the day in age he was sentenced to death. However he should have received help and been admitted to a mental facility so he could be treated as a patient and hopefully one day recover from his illness. For this reason he is responsible for the actions that took place however, his actions were not entirely his fault.
I was thinking more after our phone call on the Hanna injunction against harassment. As I remember, I was not served until December. I contested it in January where it turned out the court did not have a record of it being served, so it wasn't technically valid until January. It is not entered into any database until after it is served, so neither Tracy PD nor DLA would have known about it the same way I did not know about it. Also, the injunction does not forbid me from possessing a firearm. That only occurs with the actual orders of protection, so it would not have had any effect on me either way.
In these articles, it shows the two author went through in life as they growing up or being adults.it shows the mistreatment personal stories they went through. it shows how they dealt with all the things they were facing.
Sexual harassment is a pervasive problem that can happen to men and women in many kinds of organizations, but most cases are reported in the workplace. Many employees still face sexual harassment regardless of their race, color, gender, age or title in an organization. Most of the cases presented and filed involve women who have been sexually harassed by a male counterpart in the victim’s workplace.
Phone conversation with Brook, the SPD Eugene Supervisor. She stated that is very familiar with Mr Book case. She said that there is a long history of sexual harassment from Mr Book to his female home care givers.
First of all, crime is crime. No matter who done it. We all should have equal punishments. Just because they are famous with lots of money doesn't mean they should get special treatment. If anything people
I agree that this man should not be free. How can we let this man walk free after only 4 days in jail when people are locked up for life for non-violent drug offenses? This man murdered a woman, evidence pointed to his guilt, he confessed, and was convicted. As far as we know, he hasn't committed any other murders since, and that may have been a factor in his reduced sentence. Despite this, he ended a woman's life and although he did confess, he did so only when confronted with incontrovertible evidence over 30 years later. It follows that he should serve a just punishment for the crime he
Even though I like to pay attention and be other-centered when I am having conversation with others, sometimes I violate a conversation in unappropriate turn- taking. For instance, one time I was having conversation with a friend of mine. I was not giving her an opportunity to finish her conversation. I felt that I knew her point of view. My interruption was intentional because she was repeating the same story, which I have heard more than one time. Also, I was in hurry because I had a class, so I started looking at my watch. I tried to give her a signal that I was not interesting on the topic. I know that it is impolite to interrupt someone, however, if someone is repeating the same story several times, I prefer to ask questions instead of
Being belittled is not only done by people with power, friends strangers and so on, one’s own family can become the belittlers. I grew up with some of the worst role models; my parents always fought verbally and physically, blaming me and my brothers for their disputes. After my parents got divorced, my mother blamed all her troubles on me, saying it was my fault these things had happened even though I was merely 10. I grew up with the belief that all the bad things that had happened in my life were really my fault and in order to make my life better I would have to work extremely hard to have a better future. As I grew older, I continued fighting these low expectations imposed on me by my family and people from school. I was marked as gifted