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  • ASSAULT - 2985 Words
    ASSAULT Assault is fear or apprehension of immediate/unlawful contact (Darby) Battery is the actual application of force without consent, lawful excuse or justification At common law, an assault is any act committed intentionally or recklessly, that causes another person to apprehend immediate or unlawful violence. If force is actually applied, directly or indirectly, and unlawfully, without the consent of the person assaulted, the assault becomes a battery, however slight the force (Fagan)...
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  • Assault - 10551 Words
    ------------------------------------------------- Assault From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the criminal act. For tortious aspects of assault, see Assault (tort). For other uses, see Assault (disambiguation). Criminal law | Part of the common law series | Element (criminal law) | * Actus reus * Mens rea * Causation * Concurrence | Scope of criminal liability | * Complicity * Corporate * Vicarious | Seriousness of offense | *...
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  • Assault and Kidnapping Existence - 402 Words
    Essay Kidnapping We live in a world where crimes of varying severity people take for granted. Reportedly, larceny-theft, property crime, burglary, aggravated assault, robbery, forcible rape, murder and manslaughter are considered as the most widespread ones. As for me, the most cruel and reckless is kidnapping. Kidnapping is a very real threat, wherever you may be in the world or whatever city you may live in. Each year a lot of children go missing due to this crime and in some cases it is...
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  • Notes on Aggravated Assault - 454 Words
    Aggravated Assault There are two types of aggravated assault: 1st Type: When a person unlawfully causes serious bodily injury to another person. Serious bodily injury meaning: A. Old Definition: Serious bodily injury means to maim or cause drastic physical damage. B. New Definition: Serious bodily injury means if the injured part of the body does not work exactly as it did before injury. 2nd Type: When a person unlawfully threatens another person with a deadly weapon. Deadly weapon...
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  • Assault and Domestic Violence Attorney
    In the above-mentioned case, the client is suing the counseling agency because he was physically assaulted by one of its employees. Wilbur, the plaintiff is suing XYZ counseling Agency (the defendant) because an employee called Chuck physically assaulted him during an anger management session; he holds the company responsible for the employee’s action. As stated in the case, Chuck assaulted Wilbur during a counseling session, such an act is described as “intentional tort of battery” in our...
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  • LAW OF TORT ASSAULT - 1007 Words
    In this case, Nona was approached by Samseng on her way home after work. Samseng then threatened by pointed a gun onto her head and asked Nona to surrender her money. In order to take legal action against Samseng under assault, the issue must first be fulfilled the elements of assault. The first element of assault is the mental state of the defendant. In this case, the defendant has the intention to commit the assault on Nona. The intention of the defendant is specific as when the defendant...
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  • Sexual Assault Against Women
    Sexual Assault against Women I choose this topic because sexual assault is one of the most offensive crimes committed in our society. Not only is it a threat to the community, but it has a physically and psychologically effect on the victim in many ways. For the last couple of decades, sexual assault, rape, and child molestation has become the focal point of public concerns today. According to a 1993 National Crime Victimization Survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Justice, about...
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  • Blog Eval (Sexual Assault)
    I am going to talk to you about a growing issue which is plaguing the United States it is eating away at the very heart of our great nation. When we hear about this topic it is primarily known as women’s issues that some good men help out with. This is not a women’s issue this is a man’s issue, when we as men start to turn a blind eye we are just as guilty as the person committing the crime. The issue I am talking about is sexual violence, when given this assignment I had already been following...
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  • Assault and Revenue Prostitution - 781 Words
    Since the beginning of civilization sex has always been seen as a marketable item. Its been used to satisfy the wants and needs of society, specifically men. Sex as a commodity has had an impact on the way we think and feel. Regardless of all the sexual commodities, prostitution can be argued as the oldest sexual marketable item. Prostitution is defined as promiscuous and mercenary sexual behavior with emotional Indifference between the partners. There isn't a more specific definition...
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  • Town Supports Homeless Assault Victim
    Lott Gwin Mr. McGreaham English 9 Period 6 28 January 2011 Town Supports Homeless Assault Victim Bob Wirtz is a well-known homeless man in the town of Reynoldsburg, Ohio who has lived on the streets since 1979. One night, he was resting on his usual corner when he was attacked from behind while lying in a sleeping bag. His face was reported to be smashed and beaten like that of a pumpkin on concrete. No one has been arrested due to the little evidence the police had to go on....
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  • Buying Into Sexual Assault: the Affects of Advertisement in Our Society
    Buying into Sexual Assault: The Affects of Advertisement in our Society Our minds are impressionable. Whether we know it or not, everything we see and experience affects who we are and how we behave. Advertising is an over 100 billion dollar a year industry and affects all of us throughout our lives. A study in USA Today states that the average American watches about 26-28 hours of television weekly. In one week, they will see 1080 commercials; In one year, that person will have seen...
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  • Circuit Court CJ 330
     I attend the Hattiesburg circuit court on Friday September 5, 2014. It started at 10:00 a.m. The judge that was doing the hearings was Judge Bob Helfrich. There were a total of 5 cases that was heard during the 10 o’clock hour. WDAM was there recording only the first two hearings. All defendants that was scheduled for a hearing on Sep. 5, 2014, must check in between the hours of 7 to 10 a.m. There were some latecomers and they were not allow to check in. Instead they just had to wait around...
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  • Reflection assignment - 303 Words
    Geanni Ferreira Reflection #3 Chapter 10 primarily focused on hate crime such as homicide, assault, and robbery. To me I feel like gender and ethnicity is coincided with crime in this chapter a whole lot; whether it be male, female, black, or white this chapter discusses statistics about the groups. Homicide is primarily an interracial crime. 92% of African American murder victims are also murdered by African American offenders. This chapter also touches on victim and offender...
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  • Hate Crimes - 645 Words
    Katiya Mountcastle February 14, 2012 Criminal Justice Frank Plunkett HATE CRIMES AGAINST THE HOMELESS In the past twelve years (1999-2010), the National Coalition for the Homeless (NCH) has documented one thousand, one hundred eighty-four acts of violence against homeless individuals by housed perpetrators. These crimes are believed to be motivated by the perpetrators’ bias against homeless individuals or their ability to target homeless people with relative ease. The documented...
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  • Auschwitz research paper - 656 Words
    Daily life of Prisoners The kapo wake the prisoners at 4 a.m. They are ordered to put on their shoes and are ordered to make their beds in a military manner. The beds are made of straw which makes it difficult to make the bed and results in prisoners being beaten. After your bed is made you go to the sanitary facility to wash yourself. You have not much time at all before you must be present for morning roll call and if you are behind you will be beaten, possibly to death. Breakfast...
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  • Hate Crimes - This essay is about what hate crimes are, how often they happen, and what we can do to help prevent them
    Hate Crimes A hate crime is an act of violence, a threat, harassment, or property damage motivated by bigotry and prejudice against the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, or sexual orientation of another group or individual. These acts are not only against the victim(s), but also the particular group as a whole. Hate crimes are very common and often times it is hard to tell whether or not the crime is motivated by hate. I chose this topic because I...
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  • Crimes Against People - 1272 Words
    Crimes Against People May 26, 2011 Crimes Against People Crimes that are committed against a person produce a material risk that an offender will threaten body injury or actually use physical force on a person. These crimes are compiled of, but not limited to, offenses such as murder, manslaughter, battery, and assault. Although stalking is considered a crime against a person, it does not require the threat or use of physical force. I will provide you with a more detailed overview of the...
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  • Girls and Violence Biast - 1146 Words
    ! A Current Affair Segment: That young women are increasingly represented as violent and out of control by Racy Scrimshaw ! INT. SCENE - DESCRIPTION The opening scene is played, two female characters from “the Shire” fighting on the street. Reference: Play 15 seconds with voiceover. SCRIMSHAW VOICEOVER We’ve all seen it happen, when the tensions that brew on the set of reality television boil over into real life. And many of us will roll our eyes...
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  • Shakespeare's Outlook on the Justice System in King Lear
    In this brief quote from Shakespeare’s play King Lear he is making a statement about the rich vs. the poor and how it is easy to see the wrong performed by the poor however it is easy to justify the wrong done by the individuals with a large pocket book. When I take a look around, read a newspaper, or watch the channel eight news it is very clear to me that Lear’s statement is, however unfortunate and unfair, true as it accurately represents the injustice of today. “Through tatter’d clothes...
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  • Communities and its Problems - 781 Words
    The community that intrigues me the most is the Indian community, even with those vibrant cultures India certainly has been going down in standards amongst the eyes of the people, mainly due to the fluctuating crime rates. Though there are varieties of crime the ones most evident are Human Trafficking, Corrupt Political systems and Robbery/Assault. The following paragraphs explain in detail the listed crimes. Human Trafficking can be defined as "the illegal...
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  • Felonies & Misdemeanors - 430 Words
    Unit 7 Felonies & Misdemeanors By: April Mectalf August 23, 2011 Kaplan University Professor Laura Catron PA260 Scene On a warm Saturday night, Sharon, a teacher in a community where her family has lived for generations, and her husband, Rich, were sitting in a local hotel restaurant. They had already consumed two bottles of wine when an argument broke out between them. One word led to another and Sharon accused Rich of having an affair with his co-worker. At that point,...
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  • Honduran - 416 Words
     I was born in Honduras, a country conveniently located in the middle of Central America. The population is made up of different ethnics groups like Mestizos (mixed Amerindians and European), Amerindians, blacks, and whites that are distributed all over the territory. Cristobal Colon, A Spanish, discovered this country in 1502. Its principal language is Spanish and most people are catholic. It is rich in natural resources and it has a tropical climate most of the year. Because of its...
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  • Life - 367 Words
    Hate crimes are criminal acts or attempted criminal acts against an individual or group of individuals because of their actual or perceived race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, or disability. Because they are targeted for who they are, victims of hate crimes continue to feel threatened long after an attack. These crimes victimize everyone – individuals and our entire community. Some hate-motivated offenses do not rise to the level of a crime that can...
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  • Regina v Michelle Marie Foreman
    Date: File No: Registry: ☼20150428 97591-1-KT Kamloops IN THE PROVINCIAL COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA REGINA v. MICHELLE MARIE FOREMAN REASONS FOR SENTENCE OF THE HONOURABLE JUDGE S.D. FRAME Counsel for the Crown: Counsel for the Accused: Place of Hearing: Mr. Evan Goulet Ms. Michelle Stanford Kamloops, B.C. Date of Hearing: April 21, 2015 Date of Judgment: April 28, 2015 2015 BCPC 104 (CanLII) Citation: ☼ R v. Foreman 2015 BCPC 0104 R v. Foreman [1] Page 1 Michelle Marie Foreman...
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  • This is a response essay to Linda M. Hasselstrom' essay, "Why One Peaceful Woman Carries a Pistol."
    Linda M. Hasselstrom made a very convincing argument in her essay, "Why One Peaceful Woman Carries a Pistol". She says that criminal activity has become a growing concern for most people. According to the Department of Justice, several hundreds of people will be robbed, assaulted, kidnapped or murdered this year alone. While handgun possession is a highly controversial issue in today's society, it should not be quickly dismissed as a means to self-defense. Because of the vulnerability of women,...
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  • Domestic abuse - 391 Words
    Notes on Laws & Acts involved around interpersonal and domestic violence Understanding the law can be difficult to comprehend when trying to find help or refuge from domestic abuse. It is absolutely vital that we understand that there are two different types of law in the UK that applys when talking about domestic/interpersonal violence; criminal law and civil law. The main differences...
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  • Hate Crimes in America - 858 Words
    Hate Crimes in America How serious should the threat of a hate crime be taken? According to Ellis Cose, the African American author of Ignore the Noose Makers, to pay too much attention to the idiocy of those who hang nooses simply to intimidate their black target, “is to grant them an importance they do not deserve.” Nooses have a horrific history associated with them. They are known to be used in lynching (punishing people for crimes by private citizens without trial, whether they are guilty...
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  • Mathew Shepard Case Brief
    Matthew Shepard Case Brief Facts: Twenty one year old, University of Wyoming college student, Matthew Shepard, died October 12, 1998 at 12:53 a.m. after spending five days in a comma due to massive injuries and head trauma in a robbery and hate crime assault (Matthew Shepard, 2000 [on-line]). Matthew Shepard met Aaron McKinney (22) and Russell Henderson (21) of Laramie in a local bar called Fireside Lounge. McKinney and Henderson had been drinking. The two led Shepard to believe they were...
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  • Hate Crime What To Know 2009 Copy
    HATE CRIMES: WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW & WHAT YOU CAN DO! ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would like to thank members of the Alberta Hate Crimes Committee for their expert feedback and contributions. Author A. Renwick, MPA 2009 November "The AHCC is supported by the Stollery Community Foundation and Butler Foundation" 2 INDEX Why this guide? 4 What is a hate or bias incident? 5 What is a hate or bias crime? 5 How do hate or bias crimes and incidents impact me? 6 Who commits hate crimes? 7 Why do...
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  • Pulp Fiction - 459 Words
    English 120 26 March 2012 Why a Peaceful Woman Carries a Gun Linda M. Hasselstrom made a very convincing argument in her essay, A Peaceful Woman Explains Why She Carries a Gun in the book Patterns for College Writing. Hasselstrom strongly believes women should carry pistols to defend themselves from being attacked or raped. She learned that any female can expect to be criminally assaulted, and women have a fifty-fifty chance of being raped, robbed or attacked. Hasselstrom’s essay had some...
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  • Gang Rape in India - 316 Words
    A 29 years old woman had been raped by a bus driver, a bus conductor and 5 other men in the north India State of Punjab, in an incident that recalls the recent attack in Delhi of a student on a moving vehicle and thrown bleeding onto the street that has caused widespread outrage. The woman boarded a bus on fridaybound for gurdaspur, to visit her in-laws,the police chief , Raj Jit Singh, said in a telephone interview. Whenshe got off the bus, the driver offered her a ride...
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  • nature and extent of violent crime
    The study period say that males were seen to be more likely than females to commit crime. In 2005, males were actually 10 times more likely than females to commit murder. A breakdown of the murders into gender and circumstance and gender and weapon gives further insight into male offender violence compared to female offender violence “(Prinz, 2012)”. Males were more likely than females to commit homicide during arguments, using a gun and commit felony murder and to be a multiple...
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  • Appendix B - 667 Words
    Axia College Material Appendix B Statistics UCR and Self-Report Data Complete the matrix below. To complete this matrix, list two pros and two cons of Uniform Crime Report (UCR) data and two pros and two cons of self-report data. |Statistical Information |Pros |Cons | |Official Information: |FBI Releases Preliminary Annual Crime Statistics for 2009...
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  • Personal Dilemma Paper - 891 Words
     Personal Dilemma CJA/324 September 17, 2014 Personal Dilemma In February 2014, Baltimore Ravens player Ray Rice and his fiancée Janay Palmer (now wife) were arrested, charged and later released in Atlantic City on what was called simple assault charges. The details were not clear at the time. However, what was known was that Rice and Palmer got into a some form of an altercation inside the Revel Casino. Rice's lawyer stated in was just a "minor physical altercation." Not...
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  • Types of Campus Violence - 710 Words
    ‘Massacre results in 20 students dead and 4 injured’, ‘Student raped by lecturer’, ‘Student still suffers from trauma as a result of being beaten up’. Hearing phrases like these can be likened to taking a shower every morning; we hear or read about it almost every other day. However, for any student slogging day and night to secure admission into a prestigious college or university, phrases like these can be their worst nightmare. Campus violence turns what for students is a place to acquire...
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  • Crime Data Comparison Paper
    Crime Data Comparison Paper Joy Genthner CJA/323 July 19, 2010 Ana Moore A brief history of the Uniform Crime Report UCR - The Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program is a nationwide cooperative effort of over 16,000 cities, county and state law enforcement agencies voluntarily reporting data on crime brought to their attention. The monthly contributions of Maine's 150 law enforcement agencies represent the initial step in establishing an efficient statewide criminal justice...
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  • Why i picked up a gun essay
    Why I picked up a gun The text “Why I picked up a gun” is written by Tiffany Hyatt in May 13, 2003. In the year 2001 Tiffany Hyatt drove past a beautiful little house. The house was surrounded by crime scene tape. This made Tiffany think about how she was raped and beaten by men who are commissioned police officers. In the text she talks about how every woman should be able to carry a gun. When Tiffany was younger she had a gun for sport, but after her assault she thought that it was important...
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  • Reflective Account - 484 Words
    The aim of this assignment is to review a reflective account of events that occurred during a clinical placement, whilst on operational practice in an out of hospital environment. This incident involved a physical assault on a young woman. Siviter (2004) defines reflection as gaining self-confidence, identifying when to improve, learning from good or bad mistakes and behaviour, being self-aware and improving the future by learning the past. Therefore reflection can enable the Paramedic to...
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  • Juvenile Offenses, Tried as Adults?
    Arnell Bowden, seventeen years of age, fatally wounded his best friend, Gordon Watson, fourteen, in Detroit. He admitted to pulling the trigger but states it was all an accident. The prosecuting attorneys say otherwise. Pulling the trigger is a crime. For this, Bowden was tried as an adult. Another incident where a minor was tried as an adult was the case of Andrew Wurst, an eighth grader, fourteen, in Edinboro, Pennsylvania. He shot and killed a teacher at a school dance. He was charged with...
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  • Domestic Violence and celebrities - 686 Words
     Precious Edmond Professor Lauren Grant ENG1102 Comp II 14 September 2014 Domestic Violence and Celebrities Do you think celebrity’s offenders suffer the same consequences? There are many cases involving celebrities where domestic violence is a common issue. They are given less prison sentences, and courts are more lenient. Many of us believe that the justice system is not equal when it comes to Celebrities, NFL players and NBA players, Some of us may oppose with the reality that...
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  • Ponticas Versus Kms Investments
    Parties: Plaintiff: The Ponticas Couple The Ponticas’ resided in an apartment complex owned by KMS Investments. On September 8th, 1978, a Stephanie Ponticas called upon the apartment resident manger to fix an appliance problem—a Dennis Graffice. Graffice noticed that Ms. Ponticas was alone and noted her husband was away on business, and on September 10th, entered into the property and violently raped and assaulted Ms. Ponticas. Graffice was later apprehended and convicted of his crime. The...
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  • The Glass Castle Personal Essay
    The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is an extremely shocking novel in that even it weren’t true the events in the story would still be shocking, but the fact that it is true makes it that much more disturbing. In the book Jeannette is on more than one occasion, a victim of sexual abuse. Although there is one event in particular that I found exceptionally troubling. And that is when Jeannette and her family are in their upper class house in Phoenix and innocently leave their doors and windows...
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  • Ray Lewis - 532 Words
    Ray Lewis Ray Lewis was born May 15, 1975 and is a linebacker who has played for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL since 1996. Lewis has been selected to eleven Pro Bowls and been named an Associated Press All-Pro nine times. He won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and 2003; he was the sixth player to win the award multiple times. He was also the second linebacker to win the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award and the first linebacker to win the award on the winning Super Bowl...
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  • Dna Exonerations - 972 Words
    Shayne Dowdell DNA Exonerations Forensics Period 9 1. After more than three decades in prison, a man in Florida was set free Thursday after a DNA test showed he did not kidnap and rape a 9-year-old-boy in 1974. James Bain, 54 was 19 when he was convicted on charges of kidnapping, burglary and strong-arm rape. Now he will be allowed to go home for the first time in 35 years. James Bain was convicted due to the victim picking him out of five photos. Bain kept pursuing DNA tests...
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  • Research Question - 469 Words
    University of Phoenix Material Research Plan As part of your research plan, you must first draft a research question for your research paper that will guide the rest of your writing. A research question, which is more specific and focused than a general topic, is the question that your research paper will be answering. For example, if your general area of interest is Social Security, a possible research question might ask “How could low-income families save more money if the United...
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  • Crime Is Gendered - 697 Words
    Agree or Disagree: Crime is gendered. Explain your answer. Crime is most certainly gendered; meaning it has biased toward the male or female sex. An explanation for this can come from an understanding about which crimes are likely to be associated with men and which are more likely to be associated with women. There are certain crimes where women have little or no involvement most of the time. For example, men tend to be victims of violent crimes. This is a statement proven by sources such...
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  • Email to Shakira - 250 Words
    E-mail to Shakira To: Date: April 04 2013 From: Subject: Bringing attention to hate crimes....
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  • 12 Steps Of The Heros Journey Kite Runn
    12 Steps of the Hero’s Journey Story Arc: Falling action Rising Action Setting Climax Resolution/ Denoument 12 Steps of Hero’s Journey: 12 Steps of Hero’s Journey: Hero’s Ordinary World Special World of the Journey Back to the Ordinary World 12 Steps of Hero’s Journey: 6 10 9- 7 8 11 12 1-5 Hero’s Ordinary World Special World of the Journey Back to the Ordinary World 1) The Ordinary World Shows the regular world, hero’s normal environment  EX: Amir and Hassan fly kites...
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  • Macbeth - 95 Words
     Topic 2 Macbeth seems to have become sort of despair with his unforgivable crime of murdering the king.Macbeth feels he has sold his soul to the Devil.He is doomed to hell eternity.No crime he commits after this is of any consequence.He may as well derive what satisfaction he can get out of his kingship while he is still alive.His first step is to eliminate Banquo.He will rule by terror , since he...
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  • Outline of Torts - 327 Words
    Intentional Torts A. A person acts with intent to produce a consequence if: 1. the person has the purpose of producing that consequence; OR 2. the person knows to a substantial certainty that the consequence will ensue from the person s conduct B. Battery 1. An actor commits battery if he acts intending: a. to cause a harmful or offensive contact to person of other or a third person OR b. to cause imminent apprehension of such contact AND...
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  • SEC430 Private and Public Sector Investigations
    Differences and Similarities between Public and Private Sectors Mary Hawthorne Principles of Investigation SEC430 January 4, 2011 This paper discusses the differences and similarities between public and private sectors, including the differing methods of operation used by investigators during criminal investigations and the differing or similar chain of command. In the state of Florida one may realize there are plenty of property crimes that happen...
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  • The Ethics of Hate Crime Legislation
     It was in eighth grade when this kid named Freddy got expelled from my school. He got arrested for spray painting racial slurs and profanity on peoples' cars. Those were felony chargers. Not only did he get charged with crimes, his mom had to pay the victims money for the damage and he got an extra year of probation because it was labeled as a “Hate Motivated Crime”. Hates crimes should be taken more seriously and should have a harsher punishment. If you get a harsher punishment people will...
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  • Automatic Transfer Provisions and Juvenile Offenses
    Robert Smith Juvenile Justice First Research Paper The automatic transfer provisions were originally started as a way to become more firm with juveniles to stop in order to lower crimes and hopefully keep them from becoming criminals in the future. It has been very effective in putting juveniles in jail, but many argues that it is not doing what the makers of automatic transfer intended it to do. Although automatic transfer is back by many politicians, many of the people who oppose it...
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  • Trials And Verdicts - 785 Words
     Trials and Verdicts Brandy Bledsoe May 31, 2015 CRJ 100 Week 8 Assignment 2 Professor Jamie Smith Trials and Verdicts The constitution is the basis of all criminal law as well as trials and their verdicts. The constitution and the state and federal court systems have been in effect since the nineteenth century. Each and every court case has their own unique processes related to the different courts and how the case made it to any specific one, taking a plea bargain as an...
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  • Good Alcasser 3 - 479 Words
    Ana Carbó Estruch “THE ALCASSER GIRLS” CASE Yesterday, listening a story on the social media about Miguel Ricart about two months after the twentieth anniversary of the discovery of the bodies of Miriam García Iborra, Antonia (Toñi) Gómez Rodríguez and Desirée Hernández Folch, I wondered why I had not written anything about the Alcasser case happened nearby town of Picassent in late 1992. Therefore , I wanted to talk about it , because it was one of the most terrific cases ever in Spain,...
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  • Opening Statement State V Micahel Miller
    Ladies and Gentleman of the jury, here we have a malicious crime towards humanity. Here we have the Shirley Thompson accusing Michael Miller of aggravated sexual assault, also holding her at knife point. Shirley Thompson was walking home on the early morning of January 9th. As she is on her way home from a tiring day from work she is viscously attacked by this molester also known as Michael Miller. Thompson works a 7pm-3am shift and on this shift she is the only waitress working. From working...
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  • Report About Winterbourne View Hospital
    Account about : A National response to Winterbourne View Hospital Department of Health Review: Final Report In the Ministerial forward to the report care services minister Norman Lamb says that he “like many , felt shock, anger, dismay and deep regret that vulnerable people were able to be treated in such an unacceptable way, and that the serious concern raised by their families were ignored by the authorities for so long” . The report goes on to describe the lessons that must be learned...
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  • Catherine Smith - 526 Words
    Catherine Smith was miss-treated in this situation as she had been to the police numerous times and never was there once a charge laied against Kevin smith. The one time Catherine retaliated she was put on trial and was almost sentenced to 25 years jail for only one offence when Kevin had committed 17 offences which were 3 attempted murders and several sexual assaults. The police did nothing even know Catherine had gone to them and they did nothing at all, that was not fair on Catherine or her...
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  • the world is an increasingly place to live in true or
    The world is an increasingly dangerous place to live in. It seems that everyday we are hearing more and more stories of murder, kidnapping and terrible crimes; but is the world really getting more dangerous? I believe the media has a vital role to play in this picture with the arrival of 24-hour news channels and live news feeds; it seems we are constantly being bombarded with horrific incidents, giving the false illusion that crime is rising at the same rate as well. We look back to the...
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  • Sentencing - 553 Words
    In the murder of Uma Opee Mr. Dents is found guilty in the following elements. The elements are Homicide, assault of a police officer, kidnapping, burglary and crimes related to drugs. The facts that lead to homicide are Uma Opee was stabbed 13 times and the skin particles under the victims nails matched the DNA to Stu Dents. The facts of assault on a police officer was when he punched Officer T. Chur in the face and screamed "Alien". Kidnapping facts are Mr. Dents used rope to tie the victim...
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  • Ex-Felons - 1083 Words
    Justin Reid Dr. Austin College Writing I 16 November 2012 Inexcusable Actions Murder, rape, aggravated assault, kidnap, and many other crimes are examples of what numerous felons committed. Currently there are almost 5 million people that are unable to vote due to felonies they have committed. Some serve their time, leave prison, and live the rest of their lives as a free man or women. However, due to having felonies on their record, ex-felons have hard time acquiring anything to get...
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  • sociology essay - 1019 Words
    ‘Examine the factors affecting power relationships and division of labour between couples’ Young and Wilmott (1973) took the view of a march of progress outlook on the history of family, they see the family being as improving slowly for the whole family which means it’s becoming more equal and democratic but they argue that this has been a long term trend away from segregated conjugal roles and towards joint conjugal roles and the symmetrical family, by this they mean that the husbands and...
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  • Criminal Cases - 806 Words
    List of Criminal Cases in the Philippines Human nature being what it is, crimes do happen even in the most peaceful places. Whenever a violent or especially grisly crime hits the headlines, people wonder what causes other people to commit crimes. Defining the criminal mind is not an exact science; until now, there is no single comprehensive explanation for why people commit crimes.[1] People who commit crimes come from different backgrounds, lifestyle and social status. Some of them become...
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  • Vandalism in Malaysia - 607 Words
    $25,000 bail set in wild ride case Man charged in girlfriend’s assault By Dave Greenslit TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF CLINTON — A man who allegedly beat, choked and raped his girlfriend before hitting her with her car in Bolton was ordered held on $25,000 bail yesterday. John D. Martineau, 31, of Tewksbury was arraigned in Clinton District Court on charges stemming from what the 21-year-old victim told police was a frightening ride from Lowell to Bolton early Monday morning....
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  • Crime in Perspective - 751 Words
    Running head: TYPES OF CRIMES 1 Types of Crimes Eugene Cortez Speer Professor Phillips CRJ 105 15 Oct 2012 TYPES OF CRIMES 2 Types of Crimes There are many programs and websites today that are available to show different stats on different crimes. One of the particular...
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  • Appendix - 576 Words
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