In this article Ethan is having a party, and having fun with a bunch of other friends that he invited to his party.On one tragic night where a church group was having a get together, a mother and daughter just outside with a woman that was in need of some help, and another group of teenagers were having a party where they were drinking and doing drugs. A teenager decides that he needed to go to a store to purchase some items, the catch is that he is drunk and not in very good condition. On the way back, he is horsing around and hit four people out on the open street and ends up putting an end to their life and changing people's lives.The justice system didn't do the correct thing by not setting him off with no charges what's so ever and no jail time. Now that is just unbelievable, I am sure many people believe that he should be either in prison or in some sort okay house arrest. Ethan needs to strongly learn that he is taking the action of killing these innocent people and putting their families in a crisis. According to the court,”The judge sentenced Ethan Couch to 10 years of probation and time in a rehab facility. “The judge should have sentenced him to at least house arrest or some amount of time in prison, Ethan needs to face the consequences that he mad on his on. Just like he had the time to create all this damage, he can also pay up the price for all the damage he created. Ethan should have faced many more consequences than what he obtained. Knowing that he damaged other human beings lives and now he isn't obtaining any life changing consequences? In my opinion the judges should've thought this situation thoroughly, but not a single soul can change the decision that was established.
“The Verdict” is a movie that deals with medical and legal ethics. Frank Gavin is an alcoholic who hasn’t won any of his cases in the past three years. Mickey, his former partner, gives him a medical malpractice case that is sure to settle for a large amount of money. The case of Deborah Ann Kay, a mother who was given anesthetic when she had just eaten inhaled her vomit and is now in a coma. The Donaheys, her sister and brother in law are hoping for a good settlement and Frank assures them that they have a strong case. While the case is going on he meets Laura, a woman at a bar who he falls in love with. Frank goes to visit Deborah Ann Kay in the hospital and is affected by her condition. He meets with the defendants who run the
On May 10 2008, Jake Fahri, a nineteen-year-old teenager with a long history of anger and violence issues, threw an oven-proof dish at a boy in a local bakery in London. The 12 inch dish shattered and a shard of glass shot through the boy’s neck, leaving the boy, Jimmy Mizen, who just turned sixteen, to bleed to death. After killing, Fahri went underground and did not hand himself over to police until three days later. Based on Fahri’s background of bullying at school and his uncontrollable temper, the public believed his tears and “apology” to the Mizen family were contrived trick to win sympathy. Indeed, he showed no remorse during the trail and was sentenced to 14 years. It is common for the families of the victims show extreme anger toward
He has spent over twenty years in prison. He deserves another chance at this thing called life. He has served his time to society for kidnapping Jennifer Evans. Dustin should have been more aware of what was going on that night, although I know he had so many other things running through his mind as Brown was yelling at him to drive. The laws of the land override the laws of the workplace no matter what the case is. The swim buddy rule should not have been used in this case. Jennifer Evans was in the wrong place at the wrong time. To this day I still wonder what Dustin said to her to make her get into his car with
It’s always good to start investing money at an early age, however, it’s a hard start. Many banks have improved interest rates as well as no opening fees to start a savings account. Stocks, such as health and technology are also currently going up. Billy should start by saving small amounts of money per week for two years and placing it in a savings account. He should also buy health and tech stocks, such as Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), and keep a diversified portfolio, along with buying bonds.
On May 4, 2017 at approximately 9:34PM I, Deputy George along with Sergeant Kincaid were in the process of conducting an investigation regarding a possible disturbance in front of the address of 398 County Road 4249, Como, Texas 75432.
Her boyfriend took his eyes off of his road for a second and they are hit by an oncoming car. Deena ends up with permanent paralysis and her boyfriend is killed. The person who smashed into Deena’s car was another high schooler headed to the prom. The one difference is that the driver of that car was drinking while driving. The driver of this car was 17 years old. Does that really make a difference? Absolutely not. No matter what age, if a crime is committed, a consequence need to be put into action. Let’s flip the story though. Instead of a 17 year old driving drinking, let’s make it a 30 year old. Now, when this case hits the news, everyone will be so sorrowful towards the victims and want to punish the 30 year old, but when the 17 year old faces the consequences, it looks like the system is messed up, right? Wrong. Absolutely, utterly wrong. There is nothing wrong with the system, just the imbeciles that enter it.
On 11/05/2015, Jayquan Lamonte Spivey appeared before the Honorable Joel P. Crowe for a charge of Burglary. Jayquan was present in custody and he was accompanied by Latoya Riddick, his mother. He was represented by Deputy Public Defender Bernadine Gerlach and Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Shaniqua Clark prosecuted the case. The court found Jayquan guilty of the charge, ordered a social history be prepared and set the matter over for disposition to 12/03/2015. Jayquan was remanded to the Chesapeake Correctional Center where he is being held on numerous adult charges.
Even though that the jurors found that there was sufficient evidence and that he was guilty upon a reasonable doubt. Lacey’s attorney also tried to tell the judge to give Lacey a smaller sentence and try to understand that Lacey had grown up in a rough life and wasn’t given the full potential of a 14 year old and was sometimes put the care of his abusive sister. The judge denied it and still gave Lacey his full
They additionally used the testimony of the mother, saying that she had suspected Rachell in light of the fact that he coordinated her child's description of his attacker. In June, 2003, he was finally convicted and sentenced to spend the next 40 years in prison.
Brock Turner was an above average 19 year-old athlete and student at Oakwood High School in Dayton, Ohio. While in high school, Turner was a three-time All American and was enrolled at Stanford University on a swimming scholarship. He was offered a scholarship to Stanford and he took it without any thought. One thing he never thought about was getting indicted of rape of an intoxicated person, rape of an unconscious person, assault with intent to rape an intoxicated woman, sexually penetrating an intoxicated person with a foreign object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object. Everything that was just listed, is what he was charged with the night of his felony.
The reporting party (RP) stated her son Da' Rell Jones DOB: 10/12/85 has lived in the facility for approximately 13 years. The RP stated on a visit she observed that her son's right eyebrow was swollen and escorted her son outside of the home. The RP stated her son is non-verbal but understands and is able to shake his head yes and no. The RP asked her son if someone had hit him and he nodded yes. The RP stated she named off the names of the caregivers and when she came to a caregiver named Chips, her son identified the caregiver by nodding no. The RP stated she notified the Regional Center of the incident. The RP stated that she is being retaliated against for filing the complaint with the Regional Center. On one occasion while out with her
Jhon Sanchez was recently released from a New Jersey detention facility after serving time for a series of sex offenses at the age of 13. Two days after his release he was detained by officers who are currently holding him under the legal premise of “civil commitment”. We take a look at the practice that many critics have called unconstitutional.
With such short notice there was something that was vital to him “winning” this hearing, it was the criminal paralegal a couple of offices over. If it were not for her meticulousness then the hearing would have been a disaster. I interviewed a couple of the paralegals at the Summit Law Firm and one of them was Ana Lopez, the Criminal Case Manager, during the interview she emphasized the attention to detail that is needed to be a great paralegal. Depending on where and in what field of the law one works in the number of cases that one handles can vary drastically. At the Summit Law Firm the number of caseload is growing and with that comes the chance that something falls in between the cracks.
Simmons should roll out the GGOL program in order to repair incongruence between the firm’s current culture and its strategy, as well as a misalignment between its present culture and CEO Charlie Eitel’s desired culture. The $7.2 million price tag is a substantial investment in light of the company’s +5 times EBITDA leverage ratio and will face resistance from Fenway Partners, the private equity shop that bought Simmons in 1998. We have identified Eitel’s sources of power, as well as how he should leverage those to influence the employees and Fenway that this risky solution is in fact the ideal solution.