• Criminal
    . The manhattan bail project is explained as an innovative experiment in bail reform that introduced and successfully tested the concept of release and recognizance, (pg. 174 Essentials of criminal Justice.) Typically, the bail system seems to be discriminatory because it is considered that if...
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  • Breakfast at Tyffan
    a lifelong friend of his Monroeville neighbour Harper Lee, and he based the character of Idabel in “Other Voices, Other Rooms” on her (tomboyish character of the novel). He in turn was the inspiration for the character Dill, in Lee's 1960 bestselling, Pulitzer prize-winning “To Kill a Mockingbird...
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  • Cj 474
    seriousness of the crime -The defendants’ prior record -The 8th Amendment prohibits excessive bail -Amount of bail should be high enough to ensure the defendant appears in court for trial – no higher -Does this discriminate against poor people? Bail Reform -Manhattan Bail Project – 1961...
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  • Life
    proposals are included under the conservative “lock ‘em up” idea” preventative detention, incapacitation, and mandatory sentencing. 2. Why is the conservative’s objection to bail? The money that needs to be raised for bail does not come from poor citizens. 3. In the 1960s liberals said lack...
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  • John Gotti
    charges, also 13 count RICO Fed indictment brought against Gotti for conspiring to murder Paul Castellano. John Gotti, alleged underboss Salvatore Gravano, and consigliere Frank Locascio are all arrested at the Ravenite social club in Little Italy. They are held without bail at the MCC in Manhattan...
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  • Tupac Amaru Shakur
    Early life Tupac Amaru Shakur was born in the East Harlem section of Manhattan in New York City.[3] He was named after Túpac Amaru II, an Incan revolutionary who led an indigenous uprising against Spain and subsequently received capital punishment. His mother, Afeni Shakur, was an active member of...
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  • Bernard Madoff
    dollars. He began this scheme in the early 1990’s. The funds missing from the investors accounts include gains totaling almost $65 billion that was fabricated by Madoff. Madoff reached an agreement on February 2009 with the SEC, banning him from the Securities industry for life. In 1960 Bernard...
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  • American History Eoc Study Guide
    many people and houses. 68) Oak Ridge and the Manhattan Project: Oak Ridge, Tennessee was a town where men would go to make atomic weapons for the army but only a select few. This was called the Manhattan Project. Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were put to death because they passed secrets of the...
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  • The Right to Bail
    into precise monetary terms and even its basic premise that risk of financial loss is necessary to prevent the accused from fleeing is of doubtful validity17.Various bail projects in the United States such as Manhattan Bail Project18 and D. C. Bail Project show that even without monetary bail...
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  • Tupac Shakur
    exactly 10 years after the day he died. Early life Tupac Amaru Shakur was born in the East Harlem section of Manhattan in New York City.[1] He was named after Túpac Amaru II, an Incan revolutionary who led a Peruvian uprising against Spain and was subsequently sentenced to death. It has been...
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  • Occupy Wall Street
    police repeatedly moved them against the walls to make way for subway riders. Protests across U.S. Demonstrators targeted bridges they considered in disrepair in cities such as Miami, Detroit and Boston to highlight what they said was the need for government spending on infrastructure projects to...
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  • The Twin Towers
    , they quickly became symbols of New York. Rockefeller Brainchild The World Trade Center was conceived in the early 1960s by the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Development Association to revitalize the seedy radio row dominated by electronic stores. Chase Manhattan Bank chairman David Rockefeller...
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  • Director Reserch Paper Darren Arronofsky
    to his scalp, spraying his brains all over the bathroom. Or he could have been referencing the harrowing montage in Requiem for a Dream, culminating in a blood-splattering amputation. In an Interview Arronofsky confesses that he never has an audience in mind when writing his projects, or...
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  • Bergisel Sky-Jump
    capital of the federal state of Tyrol in western Austria. The project isn’t usual because it isn’t just a ski jump. It is a hybrid of a collection of public spaces including a dining area, a public viewing terrace, and a highly specialized sports facility. Commonly, a ski jump is a comparatively...
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  • Nuclear Power in World War 2
    destructions, and this included the atomic bomb. Another way nuclear power was used in WWII was in The Manhattan Project. The Manhattan Project was a code name for the effort to build the atomic bomb in WWII. The inventor of nuclear power, Enrico Fermi, helped with the atomic bomb. After Enrico helped...
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  • Essays
    American developments The idea of a thermonuclear fusion bomb ignited by a smaller fission bomb was first proposed by Enrico Fermi to his colleague Edward Teller in 1941 at the start of what would become the Manhattan Project. Teller spent most of the Manhattan Project attempting to figure out how...
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  • Truman
    Truman’s decision to deploy the atomic bomb: 1.) Truman dropped the bombs to punish the Japanese for Pearl Harbor; 2.) The bombs were dropped to provide a spectacular demonstration of the bomb’s power and thus justify the cost of the Manhattan project; 3.) That in determining to make use of the...
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  • Niels Bohr
    institute in Denmark. However, his Jewish ancestry and anti-Nazi sentiment placed him in great danger with the threat of Nazi invasion. In order to evade German arrest, Bohr and his family fled to the United States where they would join scientists working on the Manhattan project in 1943. Bohr's former...
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  • Tupac
    shooting * 1.5 1995: Prison sentence, Me Against the World and bail * 1.6 1996: All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory * 2 Death * 3 Aftermath * 3.1 Murder case * 4 Artistry * 4.1 Influences and musical style * 5 Other ventures * 5.1 Death Row Records...
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  • Citation
    MOLLEUR, BAIL REFORM IN THE NATION'S CAPITAL: FINAL REPORT OF THE D.C. BAIL PROJECT 31, 44 (1966)). In the Vera Institute's Manhattan Bail Project, only 20 (less than 1%) of 3,200 defendants released on their own recognizance were rearrested. Id. at 322 n.127 (citing Federal Bail...
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