"Search A Home Suspected Of Containing Marijuana" Essays and Research Papers

  • Search A Home Suspected Of Containing Marijuana

    dwelling engaged in activity that appeared to the officers as smoking marijuana. They also witnessed Mr. Blake hand over a small plastic baggie filled with suspected cocaine to another occupant. The officers were granted access to the home by Mr. Smith and noticed what appeared to be a shotgun between the couch cushions. Further inspection of the residence revealed three additional guns. Mr. Blake had a large amount of suspected marijuana and cocaine and $400 on his person. Mr. Blake is being charged...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Law 1020  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marijuana Trafficking

    Marijuana Trafficking in the United States By: Amber McDougalle English Comp. II Prof. Plummer August 27, 2012 Over the past 25 years the amount of marijuana that is seized in the United States has been rising. The rising amount of marijuana being seized is a big result of the amount of marijuana being trafficked across the United States. In future years the amount being trafficked will rise due to medical marijuana becoming legal in some states and continuing to become legal in more states...

    Drug, Drug Enforcement Administration, Federal Bureau of Investigation 1222  Words | 3  Pages

  • Search and Seizure Warrant Draft

    DISTRICT COURT FOR CHESAPEAKE COUNTY, MD APPLICATION AND AFFIDAVIT FOR SEARCH AND SEIZURE WARRANT I, Det., of the Metropolis Police Department, the Affiant, being duly sworn, request the issuance of a Search and Seizure Warrant and states as follows: 1. APPLICATION AND VIOLATIONS OF LAW: The Affiant hereby makes application to_____________Judge ________________ a judge of the Circuit/District Court for Chesapeake County, MD for a Search and Seizure Warrant on the grounds that there is probable cause, the...

    Constable, Evidence law, Exclusionary rule 1895  Words | 8  Pages

  • Search and Seizure

    Associates Capstone in Criminal Justice CJ299-01 Professor: Jennifer Wills October 3, 2011 The search of the crime scene is the most important phase of any investigation. Decisions of the courts restricting admissibility of testimonial evidence have significantly increased the value of physical evidence in homicide investigations. Therefore, law enforcement personnel involved in the crime scene search must arrange for the proper and effective collection of evidence at the scene.The arguments the...

    Crime scene, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1445  Words | 4  Pages

  • Search Warrants and Proable Cause

    CRJS101-1301A-10 Foundations of Criminal Justice Systems Individual Project 3 – Search Warrants, Probable Cause, and Searches The concept of search warrants, probable cause, and searches go hand in hand as part of the legal system. Each step makes the next step part of the process. This process gives us certain civil liberties and are all rooted in the 4th Amendment of the Constitution of The United State of America. The following information will interpret, define, and support the legal justification...

    Crime, Criminal law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1796  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    | Marijuana | A Risk or Benefit | | Juan Pablo Quintero | 5/3/2013 | | Marijuana: A Risk or a Benefit? Who knew that a mere plant brought to the New World by the Spanish in 1545 would have caused such controversy about 450 years later? The plant’s primary purpose was a commercial crop that was grown as a source of fiber. The plant’s secondary purpose was to induce a “high” feeling when the smoke of the plant was inhaled. Due to the fact that marijuana was used as a drug, there...

    Addiction, Cannabis sativa, Drug addiction 1623  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Marijuana      Marijuana is a dangerous drug known throughout the world; it is not to be trifled with. Marijuana is also called "grass," "pot," "reefer," "joint," "hashish," "cannabis," "weed," and "Mary Jane" across the globe. It’s been sold for medical reasons as well as other purposes. It’s a typical herbal form of cannabis consists of the flowers and subtending leaves and stalks of mature pistillate of female plants. The resinous form of the drug is known as hashish, or merely as hash, a drug...

    Cannabis, Drug, Hashish 978  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Pros and Cons of Marijuana Niki De Leon November 13, 2012 Fall 2012 English 110 section 14 Mr. Johnson In the early 1900s possession or intoxication of marijuana was considered illegal in the Untied States of America. Marijuana started to become the thing to do in the 1960s. In the mid 1970’s the use of marijuana declined; although, since the mid 1990s its use has been rising. Many states have passed laws allowing marijuana to be used for medical purposes. In the Untied States...

    Cannabis, Drug addiction, Hemp 2355  Words | 6  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Medical Cannabis: The Legalization The use of marijuana in human civilization dates back to 6000 B.C. In this era, China found that cannabis seeds are edible and later discovered a greater use as textiles. From that time period, humanity has made significant advancement, and has discovered further uses for the marijuana plant. Today, marijuana can be used as medical cannabis to treat ailments that other medication cannot possibly treat. Although medical cannabis has some great benefits, in the...

    Cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country, Psychoactive drug 1770  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Josh Pradia 1067 Words Informative Essay October 19, 2012 The Truth about Marijuana When people hear marijuana they hear all the negative trends set by the media. They hear drugs, prison and negative influences and the term gate-way drug. Marijuana is illegal in most states and frowned upon by many. Even though there is medical marijuana, which is more intense than street weed, medical marijuana is legal in seventeen states. These states include Alaska, California, Arizona, Colorado...

    Bong, Cannabis, Hashish 1078  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Although most states had local laws prohibiting marijuana use and possession, it wasn’t until 1937 that the federal government passed the 1937 Marihuana Tax Act. Interestingly, the congressional hearings on marijuana prohibition lasted all of two hours (in direct contract to most congressional hearings on new laws which last for days and days). There were exactly three bodies of testimonies testifying at these hearings. The first was Commissioner Harry Anslinger, the newly named commissioner of the...

    Cannabis, Cocaine, Drug addiction 1363  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    has different views of marijuana and whether it should be legalized or not. Some use the substance for medicinal purposes but the majority of usage is for the pleasure of the user. The reasons for using include: medicine, curiosity, relaxation, peer pressure, family or role model influence, the low perception of its harm to an individual, and to relieve the stress, anxiety, fear, pain or anger related to personal, psychological or family issues. The consumers of marijuana purchase and smoke it with...

    Blood diamond, Blood diamonds, De Beers 1209  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Should Marijuana be legalized? With accordance to the Federal Government Controlled Substance Act, marijuana is considered to have a high potential for abuse, no currently accepted medical use and a lack of accepted safety. In this hectic and fast pace life that most of us have to wake up to, we venture off to the beach, vacations, or a well shaded corner in the park, to a find a moment of clarity, and comfort to for a second be able to not think about the everyday stress of life we face for some...

    Cannabis, Federal government of the United States, Legality of cannabis by country 1780  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana and the Brain

    Marian Hong Professor Brown Period 3 Health Marijuana and the Brain Even though marijuana affects the brain, it is the most commonly used illegal drug out there. The drug affects all parts of your body; it first goes through the brain so it can damage it severely. Just a one milligram dose of marijuana can seriously affect your mental and psychological health. The drug usually goes to your brain seconds after it is in your bloodstream or is inhaled. Your brain sucks up the drug...

    Basal ganglia, Brain, Cannabinoid receptor 773  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Make it LEGAL and make $$$ Throughout history, Cannabis Sativa Sativa and Cannabis Sativa Indica, better known as marijuana or “weed” have been put to good use. For example, the British navy during its empire used cannabis stems to make riggings for its ships. Many civilizations have used it to alleviate pain; some claim that it can cure cancer. The oil from its seeds has one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants, which purify blood, and it has been used as moisturizer. In recent history...

    Cannabis, Cannabis sativa, Global Marijuana March 1524  Words | 5  Pages

  • marijuana

    Marijuana The use of marijuana for medicinal and recreational purposes dates back as early as 2700 B.C. when the Chinese used it as a treatment for malaria, arthritis, and as an analgesic and general anesthesia. There is also recorded use of the plant medicinally in the Indian Atharvaveda from 2000 B.C. More recently, and more specific to the United States, the Jamestown settlers cultivated marijuana crops for hemp fibers. Physicians began prescribing marijuana as a pain reliever and anticonvulsant...

    Addiction, Cannabis, Drug 2098  Words | 10  Pages

  • Legalizing Marijuana

    Research Writing | Legalizing Marijuana | | | Amber Kluever | 12/11/2012 | The pros and cons of how the people and our economy would benefit from the legalization of marijuana in our country. | There are several things that can help our economy, peoples’ health and reduce the crime...

    Cannabis, Drug, Drug cartel 1592  Words | 5  Pages

  • Search and Seizure

    Search and seizure in a school setting has always been regarded as a very sensitive topic. Some of the questions that arise are what is deemed to be reasonable grounds to search? What particular rights are there to search? When focusing on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Section 8 guarantees the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure. (Mckay and Sutherland 2006) I will be focusing on two cases that went to court and what can be concluded based on these cases is that there...

    Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 1448  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Fourth Amendment: Search and Seizure

    Search and Seizure Tatiana Santos The Criminal Justice System CCJ 3024 Abstract The purpose of this assignment is to look in further to the rules and regulations, or rather; laws that police officials must abide by when executing their duties. These rules and regulations include search and arrest warrant in addition to protocol that the Courts oversee for public search and arrest. There are certain requirements that must be met by an officer in order to obtain a warrant. Such must be...

    Arrest, Criminal law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 2196  Words | 6  Pages

  • Legalizing Marijuana

    Why Marijuana Should Be Legalized What if I told you there was a one quick solution to many of our nation’s problems, such as our increasing national debt, our overpopulated prisons, our ever failing war on drugs, and even diseases previously thought of as being incurable? Now what if I told you this solution was legalizing and regulating a plant called cannabis sativa, more commonly known as marijuana? What makes more sense prohibition or legalization. Since marijuana's first recorded use dating...

    Cannabis, Global Marijuana March, Hashish 1970  Words | 5  Pages

  • Legalizing Marijuana

    Legalizing Marijuana Randy Scott Soc 120 Martin DiBello Feb 6, 2012 Marijuana is currently an illegal substance made from the dry leaves of a hemp plant. It contains over 400 chemicals. This substance has been given many different nicknames such as weed, pot, green, cannabis, skunk, and the list goes on. Marijuana has different psychological and physical effects. Marijuana is usually smoked in cigarette papers but can also be put in food and beverages. There are many different beliefs on whether...

    Cannabis, Cannabis laws, Global Marijuana March 2184  Words | 5  Pages

  • Legalizing Marijuana

    John Veidt English 101 Final Paper Legalizing Marijuana The legalization of marijuana is one of our nation’s biggest conflicts. People might ask why is marijuana illegal today. Now when you hear the word marijuana people are always so quick to make stereotypes about it. “In 1937 it was estimated that there were 55,000 marijuana users. Today it is estimated to be over 50 million of them. That’s a 100,000 percent increase.”(The Union) Think about it from this point of view, individuals...

    Brain, Cannabis, Hashish 2238  Words | 6  Pages

  • marijuana

    talking about is marijuana, and surprisingly it is all around us.  Marijuana is even referred to in today’s media Mainstream media sources that people enjoy, like music, movies, and TV shows, do not even bother to leave the drug out of their system.  Now being a young adult and having my own personal experience with the drug and knowing its effects on others, I wonder why it’s not legal.  Why is it that this drug has become illegal all over the world?  The debate to legalize marijuana in the United...

    Cannabis, Criminology, Decriminalization 1436  Words | 6  Pages

  • Legalization of Marijuana for Recreational Use

    Hewlett-Packard | Legalization of Marijuana for Recreational Use | Introduction to Ethics: Theory and Application | | HP | Assignment # 4 | Nichole Hysel | Legalization of Marijuana for Recreational Use On a cold January afternoon in a small community, a police officer is called to a residence for suspected domestic issue. As he arrives, he can hear shouting coming from the house. He knocks on the door and a boy of about five years old, who is dressed in nothing but shorts...

    Cannabis, Drug addiction, Global Marijuana March 2746  Words | 7  Pages

  • marijuana

    by Skyler Sarmento Professor Brand ENC 1101 28 September 2013 Marijuana has been around since man was created. Our founding fathers grew and smoked cannabis frequently. It wasn't until the 1900s marijuana became a problem, and was looked at negatively. Legalizing marijuana would prove to aid millions in the medical field and produce billions of dollars to stimulate our economy. Marijuana was very much legal back in the day, it wasn't just legal it was one of the biggest agricultural...

    Cannabis, Cannabis laws, Global Marijuana March 1434  Words | 4  Pages

  • Search Warrants

    Search Warrants Melissa Eggleston American Inter Continental University Abstract This paper will discuss many factors of search warrants, it will discuss the process by which a search warrant can be sought and issued, emphasizing the Fourth Amendment requirements. This paper will also explain probable cause and the standard by which the cause is met. Also, it will describe and discuss at least 2 types of searches that do not require a warrant. Also being discussed is the rationale for allowing...

    Crime, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Frisking 1680  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    support that marijuana should be legalized. Specific Purpose: At the end of my presentation, my audience will be encouraged to support that marijuana should be legalized. Central Idea: Marijuana in its natural form should become legalized. Its illegalization began with false claims from the government, made taxpayers foolishly waste billions on the war on drugs, and prevented a drug that would have been otherwise praised for its medical value become despised. Introduction I. Marijuana, the devil’s...

    Cannabis, Drug, Drug addiction 1438  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Marijuana The pros and cons of using marijuana as medicine The pros and cons of using marijuana as medicine can be established from a quote from page 63 of the book Marijuana, Noah Berlatsky, book editor, which has an excerpt from Bill McCarberg’s book “Marijuana and Pain Management” saying “Numerous studies have now established that cannabinoids help lessen pain and affect a wide range of symptoms and bodily functions.” Bill McCarberg, founder of the Chronic Pain Management Program for Kaiser...

    Cannabinoid, Cannabis, Medical cannabis 1872  Words | 5  Pages

  • Warrantless Search And Seizure LWalker

     Lakeitha Walker CCJS 234 7380 Criminal Procedure and Evidence (2148) 02 November 2014 Warrantless Search and Seizure Memoranda To: Judge Kratovil From: Lakeitha Walker RE: Elliot Watson Case – Marijuana Possession with Intent to Distribute Prosecution Date: 2 November 2014 Brief Summary: Elliott Watson was arrested for the possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute said illegal drug. Elliott Watson was stopped by Officer Timothy Johnson because of faulty mechanical...

    Coupé, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Frisking 1213  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Debate Over The Legalization of Marijuana The constant debate over the legalization of marijuana has been going on now for decades upon decades, even still up to the present day. It started back in 1937 when Congress passed the Marijuana Tax Act, causing marijuana to become illegal on a Federal level and highly fineable throughout the United States. While it is against the law to use, sell, or even possess it, some feel the need to go against the law and utilize marijuana anyways. The quote, “Beauty...

    Drug, Drug addiction, Illegal drug trade 1536  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Introduction Marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug in the United States, is taken from the leaves and flowering tops of the Cannabis Sativa plant. It also comes in a more concentrated, resinous form, called hashish, and as a sticky black liquid called hash oil. Marijuana in the Philippines is also called Aunt Mary, Bud, Dope, Grass, Hash, Herb, Kush, Mary Jane, Pot, Smoke, Weed, and many more. Last February 17, the Philippines’ Health Secretary, Enrique Ona, told reporters that the Department...

    Antiemetic, Cancer, Cannabis 1152  Words | 4  Pages

  • marijuana

    The trade of marijuana represents a loss of income of billions of dollars in taxes for both the states and the federal government. Thus, some people are advocating for the legalization of the use of marijuana especially in this period of crisis. This legalization would go against established morals and cultural beliefs that are ingrained in the American society. Besides, this subject also brings back a recurrent debate on whether it is the federal government or the state that has the right under...

    Federal government, Federal government of the United States, Federalism 834  Words | 3  Pages

  • Legalization of Marijuana

    Legalism and Marijuana People have been smoking marijuana for thousands of years while also using hemp for everything from fabric to make clothes and other items. Unfortunately, Harry J. Anslinger with a bit of power and enough determination decided pot was evil and addictive. The struggle continues to this day to overcome the lies about marijuana (“Marijuana (Weed) History and Facts”). There are many benefits to legalizing marijuana and the government should take advantage of it. Marijuana is even...

    Cannabis, Global Marijuana March, Hashish 2746  Words | 7  Pages

  • Marijuana

    Rachel Neverdal Professor Otoo English 091 26 January 2015 Marijuana: The Gateway to A Better Life There has been much debate on whether or not marijuana should be legalized in the United States. Marijuana has been used for centuries in numerous cultures for various reasons. The Romans and Greeks used it for its medicinal properties and the Scythians and Indians used in their spiritual ceremonies. Even the Persian founder of Sufism, who struggled with depression until discovering the plant...

    Cannabis, Global Marijuana March, Hashish 1252  Words | 5  Pages

  • Should We Legalize Marijuana?

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    Hashish, Office of National Drug Control Policy 1288  Words | 6  Pages

  • Marijuana

    ABSTRACT Governments across the world are facing the same issue when we talk about marijuana. These various issues can be summarized into two main points which are firstly, decriminalization of marijuana and secondly, taxing of this drug, which in turn could solve the financial crisis faced by the governments. In this paper I have given my view and also have tried to establish how taxing of marijuana could help us. INTRODUCTION Justice has a price. Federal...

    Cannabis, Hemp, Legal and medical status of cannabis 1768  Words | 6  Pages

  • Juvenile Smoking and Marijuana Use

    Juvenile Smoking leading to use Marijuana (Research Methods for Criminal Justice) Name: Institution: Abstract Research has found that teenagers who used cigarettes were twelve times more likely to graduate to marijuana use. A similar study conducted by Denise Kandel (1992) revealed that use of marijuana affects dopamine levels in the brain in a similar way to nicotine. Cigarette smoking facilitates consumption of other substances. Smoking cigarettes...

    Cannabis smoking, Cigar, Cigarette 1611  Words | 6  Pages

  • marijuana

    April, 15, 2012 Marijuana has been used as an agent for achieving euphoria since ancient times; it was described in a Chinese medical reference traditionally considered to date from 2737 B.C. Its use spread from China to India and then to North Africa and reached Europe as early as 500 A.D. In 1545 the Spanish brought marijuana to the New World. The English introduced it in Jamestown in 1611 where it became a major commercial crop alongside tobacco and was grown as a source of fiber. Between...

    Addiction, Cannabinoid, Cannabinoid receptor 1045  Words | 3  Pages

  • marijuana

    Marijuana is one of the safest therapeutically active substances known. No one has ever died from an overdose, and it has a wide variety of therapeutic applications, including: • Relief from nausea and appetite loss; • Reduction of intraocular (within the eye) pressure; • Reduction of muscle spasms; and • Relief from chronic pain. Marijuana is frequently beneficial in the treatment of the following conditions: AIDS. Marijuana can reduce the nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite...

    Cancer, Chemotherapy, Hepatitis 470  Words | 3  Pages

  • marijuana

    Should medical marijuana be made legal? There are many people who overlook the beneficial effects of marijuana. Society today would say that it is just a gateway drug that is only abused, but in reality marijuana is just misunderstood. There are many good uses that we can gain from this natural plant. Marijuana could be beneficial to the body, if used properly. There are countless legal proscription drugs and non-proscription drugs that are by far more dangerous than marijuana. Lastly, America...

    Cancer, Cannabis, Chemotherapy 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Marijuana

    issue whether drugs such as marijuana should be legalized or not. Some people advocate this issue and believe that legalization is the only solution left for the nation while other oppose because it will increase the numbers of drug users and drug related crimes.Marijuana is a drug that is legal in the United States.This drug is bad and cause some side effect to your brain and body.Scientists have found smoking marijuana can cause you to loses your memory. Marijuana has many psychological and...

    Cannabis, Drug, Drug addiction 1679  Words | 6  Pages

  • marijuana

     Marijuana vs. Alcohol Is marijuana safer than alcohol, many people will say that marijuana is a dangerous and addictive drug that has destroyed many lives of teens and adults. It can lead to lung disease, heart disease and more importantly can influence the use of harder drugs such as cocaine, heroin and PCP. Alcohol on the other hand may not cause lung cancer, it’s simply a social indulgent. In my opinion, I believe that both marijuana and alcohol are equals. Use of both carry health...

    Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol abuse 1100  Words | 5  Pages

  • Legalization of Marijuana Research Paper

    Marijuana is a very popular drug that many people have used. Over 98 million people over the age of 12 in the United States have smoked marijuana. It is known under many different names such as: weed, bud, ganja, hashish, doobie, reefer, mary-jane and grass. It plays quite a substantial role in modern day pop culture and almost everyone over the age of 16 knows what it is. Despite all this, marijuana is illegal and in most states a person can be sent to jail for the possession of less than a gram...

    Cancer, Cannabis, Hashish 1715  Words | 4  Pages

  • Attacking Search Warrants

    ATTACKING SEARCH WARRANTS The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution says: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” There are three big United States Supreme Court cases that speak about attacking...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, President of the United States 1308  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marijuana

    The history of Marijuana dates back many years, and has served every culture since the beginning of time. Weed, ganga, pot, hash, bud, and mary jane, have become apart of many peoples lives today across the world. This growing “green” movement has become a huge topic of discussion in the recent years. Marijuana has been adapted to fit our lifestyles, and social environments. The love for pot in the United States of America is blatant and common. With such attention from celebrities, and rappers...

    Cannabis, Global Marijuana March, Hashish 1231  Words | 4  Pages

  • Marijuana

    The benefits of marijuana There is no plant on Earth more condemned than marijuana. We’re talking about a living organism which governments have taken upon themselves to designate as an illegal substance. Despite no existing evidence of anyone ever dying of a marijuana overdose, possession of this plant is still illegal in many parts. Marijuana has been found to suppress cancer, reduce blood pressure, treat glaucoma, alleviate pain and even inhibit HIV. It is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory...

    Cannabinoid receptor, Cannabis, Cannabis sativa 1630  Words | 5  Pages

  • Why Marijuana Should be Legalized

    12 16 January 2015 Why Marijuana should be legalized Multiple studies have found that marijuana is less harmful than alcohol and tobacco yet somehow is still considered a schedule 1 drug along with other more extreme drugs such as heroin. Marijuana is the leaves and shredded flowers of hemp plant called Cannabis sativa which is usually a green or gray mixture. Marijuana can be not only smoked in the form a joint, blunt, bowl, bong, etc but can also be eaten. Uses of marijuana can be medically or recreationally...

    Cannabis, Criminology, Global Marijuana March 1495  Words | 6  Pages

  • Essay on Legalization of Marijuana

    Anonymous Essay on Legalization of Marijuana Cannabis has been around since the dawn of mankind. It is said that the plant originated from Asia, perhaps on the slopes of the Himalayas or the Altai Mountains to the north. The exact origin, obscured by Stone Age trails that cross the continent is not known. Cannabis, also known as marijuana, is a leafy plant which grows in many tropic areas around the world. It can be cultivated easily both indoors and out for the production of its flowering tops...

    Cannabis, Global Marijuana March, Hashish 2100  Words | 5  Pages

  • Search

    headquarters in London. The job was another promotion and he would now be part of the company’s senior management. This was a great opportunity and with the expatriate benefits package and Mark’s wife Linda would not have to work and could stay at home with their two children who were still very young. She could always go back to work as a private banker when they returned to Singapore. This assignment would be a big stepping stone for Mark’s career when he returned. Mark had very little trouble...

    Case study, Expatriate, Management 1165  Words | 6  Pages

  • Positive Effects on The Legalization of Marijuana

    Positive Effects on The Legalization of Marijuana The legalization of marijuana will bring in much needed revenue to the US economy through tax revenue, the creation of jobs, decrease in the number of those incarcerated for marijuana possession, and help treat various health conditions that would otherwise cause an enormous amount of pain. Although marijuana is often looked down upon as a Schedule I illegal drug, this medicinal plant has been around for more than a decade and has been used for more...

    Cannabis, Drug, Global Marijuana March 1695  Words | 5  Pages

  • Search and Seizure in the Public Schools

    Search & Seizure in the Public Schools To fully understand the role and related responsibilities of search and seizure in the public schools, the Constitutional rights of the students and case law must be examined. The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution states: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation...

    Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Frisking, High school 1488  Words | 5  Pages

  • Search Warrants

    limitation on any search is that the scope must be narrow, if a search is not conducted legally, the evidence obtained is worthless. As a matter of fact, the exclusionary rule established that courts may not accept evidence obtained by unreasonable search and seizure, regardless of its relevance to a case. The Fourth Amendment Violation (Should the legal requirements for obtaining a search warrant be changed?) You are probably quite familiar with the phrase “a man's home is his castle.” This...

    Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Motion to suppress 1597  Words | 4  Pages

  • Search Warrants

    National University-CJA 460 April 2013 Professor James Lasley Term Paper-Search Warrants Search warrants are a major part of most investigations that take place everywhere in our country. What is a search warrant? It is basically a court order that is issued by a judge or any other type of Supreme Court official that authorizes law enforcement personnel, in most cases police officers, to conduct a search of a person, house, vehicle, or any other type of location. Evidence of a crime...

    Arrest warrant, Criminal law, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 2241  Words | 6  Pages

  • This is a research paper on the history of Marijuana.

    The History Of Marijuana The history of marijuana is quite interesting. Marijuana has gone from being an important crop of the early settlers, to being outlawed in many countries, including the United States. To better understand marijuana, I will trace it back to its origins, and explain how marijuana was used in the beginning. I will then take a closer look at the history of marijuana in the United States and how this plant has evolved over the years. An interesting fact that one should ponder...

    Cannabis, Drug, Hashish 1798  Words | 6  Pages

  • Should marijuana be a medical option?

    This debate has been going on for over 4743 years. The first dated use of marijuana was in 2737 BC when the emperor of China, Shen-Nung, prescribes cannabis for beri-beri, constipation, 'female weakness,' gout, malaria, rheumatism and absentmindedness. One of the most interesting factors in this pro and con debate is that until the late 1800's not many people were against the use of cannabis for medical purposes. But from 1856 - 1937 marijuana's image as a medicine turned into the image as an intoxicant...

    Cannabis, Medical cannabis, Medical school 1798  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marijuana In Today's World

    Marijuana in Today's World While doing a bit of research, I stumbled upon something that I found quite fascinating. Marijuana, America's favorite and most widely-used illicit drug, is being tested in studies to treat sick patients with symptoms of nausea, pain, muscle spasms, glaucoma, vomiting associated with chemotherapy, and weight loss associated with AIDS. Marijuana, also known as weed, mary-jane, dope, or reefer, is not only currently being used and tested for medicinal purposes, but is...

    Cannabis, Decriminalization, Hashish 1960  Words | 5  Pages

  • Legalization of Medical Marijuana

    Many people go around and live their lives, seeing many of their acquaintances daily. What they may not know, is what they do in their free time. So many people go home, out, anywhere they want, and they smoke pot. Having many other names, its proper name is Marijuana which is made by the Cannabis plant. To the eyes of many, smoking pot is dangerous and immoral. To the users, it could be the opposite. It is illegal today, which is a topic discussed among a wide variety of people today in the US,...

    Cannabis, Drug addiction, Global Marijuana March 1542  Words | 4  Pages

  • legalize marijuana english argument paper

    Drew Huyler English Prof. Axelrod 23 Oct 2014 Marijuana: the Miracle Drug Marijuana is an illegal plant and that needs to change. Decriminalization and legalization however are not one in the same. Legalization is the full consent of the government for you to purchase as well as use recreational and medical marijuana without any form of punishment. While decriminalization is while someone is in possession of a specific amount of marijuana, which is regulated by the state, they can receive a small...

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  • Legalizing Marijuana

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