The wedding cake was created by Samuel Walker, a justice historian. Is a good but also easy way to put in levels criminal offences. Level I: Celebrated cases which are the criminal offences made by wealthy and famous people for instance, the rapper singer Chris Brown, 19, turned himself in at the LAPD's Wilshire station and was booked on suspicion of making criminal threats, a charge that carries a maximum penalty of four years. Chris Brown was arrested and charged for an early morning attack on an unidentified woman widely thought to be his girlfriend, pop star Rihanna, this criminal offence got a full criminal justice procedure. This case is a common case of domestic violence but because they both celebrities was all over the radio, TV and internet so it makes it belong to this level of the wedding cake. Level II: Serious felonies, these are criminal cases that are worth the full attention of the justice system for example two man plead guilty to bank robberies in New York and Massachusetts Thursday, May 9, 2013, they say the two men have admitted committing a string of bank robberies in upstate New York and Massachusetts earlier this year. 21-year-old Zachariah Edwards of Frankfort and 21-year-old Nicholas Ferrone of Utica pleaded guilty Wednesday in Syracuse to bank robbery charges. Authorities said they acted together to rob Chase branches in Syracuse and Dewitt; Trustco and Berkshire Bank branches in Guilderland; a Key Bank in Schenectady; a Bank of America in Chicopee, Mass., and an M&T Bank in Syracuse. Ferrone also admitted robbing an Alliance Bank in Oneida. The robberies were in January, February and March. Edwards and Ferrone each face up to 20 years in prison when they're sentenced Oct. 1 This case is a good example of level II because is serious and committed by experienced, repeat offenders.
Level III: Less serious felonies, on this level falls all the first time offenders usually at a young age, domestic abuse, and...
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