Scenario #1 Miss Dee Meanor was arrested on June 30, 2011 in Brook Park, Ohio. Officers arrived on the scene of “Nak’s Fine Eatery and Drinkery” to find Miss Meanor engaged in an altercation with a fellow patron. According to the Brook Park Municipal Ordinance, assault is classified as a 1st degree misdemeanor. For scenario #1 respond to the following questions: After spending the night as a guest of the City of Brook Park, Miss Meanor will be taken to Court. 1.
He was accused of 2nd degree assault against his girl friend. Mr. David pled not guilty arguing it was a self-defense case. On November 3rd, 2010, Mr. Batty girlfriend went to the Emergency Room with a broken nose and blood all over her clothes. She then told the Nurse in charge of her that her boyfriend attacked her while she was driving him around. In fact, they were having an
Francois was accused of assaulting a girl in his bedroom on the second floor of his home. That same afternoon, the police returned to 99 Fulton Street to talk with Kendall Francois about this most recent attack. They asked him to come into the police department to discuss the report. He agreed and was taken to headquarters. Over the next few hours, Francois eventually made many admissions regarding the disappearance of the women.
2011 December, 14 2nd period Do Not Forget Memories, people can learn from them or they can destroy a person, either way memories are an important part of what shapes our culture and us as individuals. Sometimes memory poses some problems, unpleasant memories can make a person bitter, depressed, vulnerable, scared, and even can cause people to have nightmares. Furthermore people learn from the mistakes they have made and even a whole world can change from events in the past that has affected a large portion of the world. No matter what you remember you can learn from the memory, even if it was a good memory. In the novel “Speak” the character Melinda Sordino was raped at a party over the summer, and then she called the police.
His mother, Afeni Shakur, was a member of the militant Black Panther movement; in 16 she and 0 others in the organization were arrested in connection with an alleged conspiracy to blow up several buildings in New York City. By 171 she was
This is the contradicting of Jung. Jung has analysis himself to experience the unconscious through his dreams and fantasia Jung believe that he was strong enough to make dangerous journey and come back to talk about it. His goal was to understand the unconscious from the purpose viewpoint of scientist. Ellis thoughts are that society is more disturbs and it more inclusive and exact “people disturb themselves by thing that have happen to them. And by the view, feelings, and actions” (p16) Horney’s (1950) also Adler writes that our Emotional reactions and lifestyle are associated with our basic beliefs and are therefore cognitively created.
Social behaviour Catherine Susan “Kitty” Genovese was a woman who was sexually assaulted and stabbed to death near her New York apartment in the city of Queens on March 13, 1964. On the night of her attack, Kitty was returning home from work. As she approached the entrance to her apartment block, she was attacked by a man later identified as Winston Moseley. Although the first attack began at 3:20am, the police weren’t called until 3.50am, but as it was not classed as a high priority case as she was only have thought to have been ‘beaten up’ police didn’t not rush to assist her. Witnesses said they saw Moseley get into his car and drive away, only to return 10 minutes later.
She was reported as having a previous history of anxiety and depression. Miss Frances was raped by an unknown person in a party and was picked up by the Police
• This organization has intervened in over 140 cases since it was formed in 1985, and judgments have considered such issues such as violence against women, sexual harassment, and spousal support. • They have worked in cases where there has been a denial of equality rights such as the case of Doe v. Metropolitan Toronto (Municipality) Commissioners of Police. • Jane Doe launched a civil suit against the Toronto police after she was the victim of a serial rapist who had been targeting an area in downtown Toronto where she has lived in the summer of 1986. • She successfully sued for damages on the grounds that the police, in failing to warn women in the area of the “balcony rapist” were, in effect, using them as bait to catch the rapist. • This infringed on the grounds of her equality rights under s.15 (1) of the charter, which states that everyone is equal before and under the law and has the right to equal protection… • Doe also claimed that the police had breached her legal right under s.7 “to life, liberty and security of the
Psychology- as explored through the eyes of Carl Jung and Abraham Maslow When Carl Jung says, “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves”, he very aptly describes the role that Psychology plays in exploring and examining the processes of the human brain and how that impacts our behaviors and personality. Comparing the theories of Jung and Maslow could take hours since each one had enough to say about what their beliefs were about the human condition. But while Carl Jung focused on how the unconscious affected our personality (Introversion and Extraversion), Abraham Maslow focused on the integration of self (Self-Actualization Theory). Jung believed that there were active centers in the unconscious