When he got to the crime scene, he asked the victims to recount what had happened and he also asked for a description of the perpetrator. When the victims finished the description, the officer showed them a picture of James Ochoa. The victims told the police officer that the man that assaulted them looked like Ochoa (Innocent Project, 2010). Half an hour after the robbery, at about 1 a.m., the stolen car was found parked a couple of blocks from where the carjacking had occurred, which was also very close to Ochoa’s house. The police found a black baseball hat and a grey shirt on the front seat of the car.
KIRBY v. ILLINOIS 406 U.S. 682 (1972) United States Supreme Court CERTIORARI TO THE APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FIRST DISTRICT No. 70-5061 Fact On February 20, 1968 a man named Willie Shard had his wallet stolen while walking on the street in Chicago. Willie Shard reported the robbery the next day stating that his wallet, travelers checks, social security and other things were stolen. The next day Police arrested two men a petitioner and his companion Ralph Bean in connection with a separate offense and brought them to the police station. The police learned of the offense against Willie Shard only upon arriving at the station.
Disc7 Accounting Black Hat or White Hat Student Name: Institution Name: Abstract A criminal investigation involves seeking, collecting, and gathering evidence for a criminal case. Depending on the depth of the crime committed, it is sometimes necessary to use people convicted of crimes to help convict other people doing similar crimes. The Enron case is one such example of a major accounting fraud which involved using convicts in investigations. Keywords: Accounting fraud, convict A criminal investigation involves seeking, collecting, and gathering evidence for a criminal case. A criminal investigator is the one who looks for evidence to establish whether a crime has taken place (Bratton, William, 2002, p. 24).
They possess outstanding habits of character and are truly trustworthy. They take pride in their work and have peace of mind knowing what they stand for. The mission of police is to safeguard lives and to protect the property of the people they serve. The government has a system of checks and balances so that no single part of the government could have uncontrolled power. To have controlled power they must have order, which is why laws exist.
49% of the first group were able to positively identify the man from 50 photos, however only 33% of people from the second could. This shows that people focus on the weapon (or on any shocking or outstanding features) rather than the person holding it. In 1982 Loftus and Burns also looked at eyewitness testimony and the effects of anxiety. Again, an independent groups design and each group were shown a video of a bank robbery. However, one group was shown a boy get shot in the face at the end of the clip and the video the control group was shown just cut to the inside of the bank.
The court decided this case based upon previous cases of Connelly v. Family Inns of America and Kottlowski v. Bridgestone/Firestone and felt that the defendant did not act in willfully negligent manner and that the plaintiff should have locked his toolbox is he was concerned about the safety and keeping of his tools? 6. I think the result is accurate but frustrating for the employee. The
9. Assuming Miss Meanor is found guilty, when will the Judge impose sentence? 10. What is the maximum sentence to be imposed? Scenario #2 Frank Felon a native of Akron Ohio was arrested by officers from the Cleveland Police Department for allegedly committing felonious assault on Vince Victim also of Akron during a tailgate party prior to the Barry Manilow concert at the “Q” Arena on June 29, 2011.
As the CEO of the company, Ebbers should play an important role in ensuring the company conducts business in accordance with the law and is on the right track. However, in the case of WorldCom, person who involved in fraud were the ones from the top management. When the top management has involved in fraud, they will use their power to cover offenses committed by them. Although employees of WorldCom know the fraud made by the top management, they have no right to object the top management decision as WorldCom implement a systemic attitude conveyed from the top down which employees must simply do what they were told and should not question their superior. They are afraid if there are any inevitable consequences when they are doing so.
Introduction An investigation into a more than $67 million alleged fraud at a Citibank branch in New Delhi, India led to the arrest of an executive of Hero Group, a conglomerate that includes Hero Honda motorcycles (Wall Street Journal, January 4, 2011). A Citigroup CEO, Vikram Pandit, and several other senior level executives were also named by regulators in India in relation to the alleged fraud. According to a local police report, an employee of a unit of Hero Group, which is based in the Gurgaon suburb of India's capital city where the Citibank branch also was located, received commissions for investing the company's funds in the allegedly fraudulent scheme. The case, which first came to light in December of 2010, is an embarrassment for Citibank's parent, Citigroup Inc. The U.S. banking group has said it is cooperating with authorities in India, where a series of sizable scams have come to light in the past several months, tarnishing the image of the country as a business destination.
Swiss Bank is also available to everybody and lots of average people have Swiss bank account. Swiss banks are very careful about protecting customer’s privacy and can be certainly counted amongst the safest in the world. Basically, Swiss bank allows anyone to deposit money into an account without having a name attached on it. According to Article 47 of the Swiss Federal Banking Act of 8 November 1943, The bank officers or employees are not allow to reveal any account holder information to anyone, including to the Swiss government. Bank employees will face criminal charges if they revealing bank or consumer’s information.