She began her college career intending to study chemistry, but later switched to art, European history and architectural history.” Although some like to remember Stewart because of the convictions in 2004 of Insider Trading, Martha shows that can she take responsibility for her own actions and she is willing to use it as a Learning experience. 2. Lavine (2013) wrote an article about “The Martha Rules consists of ten rules and a roadmap for entrepreneurs to create their own successful businesses. The book started as a project to help fellow inmates during her incarceration in a federal prison in
He is calling out Governors, and urging viewers of his program The Factor to write their state representatives and push Jessica’s Law. On a recent interview on The Factor with Jesse Watters, Colorado Speaker of the House, Mark Ferrandino strongly opposed Jessica’s Law. He argued saying Colorado has “strict enough” laws concerning child sexual abuse. Just to illustrate how “strong” Colorado’s laws are, here is an example of their pathetic judicial system: a man in Colorado who raped ten children at a daycare center was sentenced to a laughable two years in prison (O’Reilly). Colorado is one of the only states in the Union that does not support Jessica’s Law, or the safety of children.
Brandon Barker Current Event A long-time friend of the alleged Boston Marathon bomber testified in court today that he gave Dzhokhar Tsarnaev the gun later used in the shooting death of an MIT police officer. Stephen Silva, 21, told the court that he would consider Tsarnaev "one of my best friends." Silva is currently in prison after he was the subject of an undercover federal drug investigation last year and signed a plea deal with the government. While wearing a beige prison jumpsuit, Silva testified that two months before the bombings at the Boston Marathon finish line, he gave Tsarnaev a 9-millimeter handgun that had an "obliterated" serial number. The gun was later used in the fatal shooting of MIT Police Officer Sean Collier, according
Zayne: I’m sixteen years old your honour. Judge Camille: Since this is your first offence I’m sentencing you to two years at the Youth Training Centre, this would be on your record but after the two years you’ll do one thousand hours of community service and your indiscretion will be removed. Zayne: (looks to the ceiling) Thank you Gran for your prayers and your honour, I am remorseful and I deserve my sentencing, I led a life of juvenile delinquency and now I’m reaping the consequences. Zayne is escorted out by police officers. End of
The links involved on the site are almost the same as msnbccom. The article goes in-depth about how George Zimmerman posted ten percent of his bond to be released from jail on second degree murder charges. It also tells how Zimmerman has to wear an ankle bracelet that tracks his every move via GPS. The article also goes into the effect of his release on the Martin family. The same goes for cnn.com.
Introduction to Criminal Justice Winter (January) term 2012 Assignment #1 Due Monday, February 6, 2012 Angel Machic Mejia The Three Strikes and you’re out law was enacted in 1994, intended to make the crime rates in California drop. The three strikes law is very effective California Felony crime is down 59%. Other states that have implemented a similar law are Texas, Washington, Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, Louisiana, Georgia and many more. The law keeps people who are convicted of felonies from being convicted more than 3 times. After their 3rd conviction they are kept in prison for life.
In the following months evidence would be collected that could only lead to one person committing the murders, O.J. Simpson. Nearly eight months later, O.J Simpson was on trial for the killings of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. O.J pleaded “Absolutely one hundred percent not guilty” (Linder 4). The prosecution’s opening statement was a phone call Nicole had made to 911, while they were still married, fearing that Simpson was going to harm her.
According to the essay, published in January the woman weighed only 80 pounds and told the doctor, Let`s get this over with. He then gave her 20 milligrams of some morphine and watched her die just as he had calculated.The state`s attorney`s office sought to subpoena the journal, known as JAMA, so that the doctor could be found and possibly prosecuted.AMA General Counsel Kirk Johnson called Daley`s response to Friday`s ruling`disturbing particularly because the AMA journal had agreed to abide by whatever ruling the judge made. He said that prosecutors could investigate by other means, but ``they didn`t describe anything they had done to find the doctor on their
The organization MADD was created in large part due to Candy Lightner’s daughter being killed in 1980. Clarence Busch was the man responsible and it was found that he had a record of arrests for intoxication. Candy Lightner learned from an officer that at the time there were no harsh punishments for drunk driving and that the offender was more than likely not going to spend a lot of time in jail. This prompted Mrs. Lightner to take action against what she later called “the only socially accepted form of homicide
Rubin is a strong feminist and says “I’m quite certain that I wouldn’t be standing here if there had been no feminist movement” (Rubin L. B., Dear Graduates, 2008)Rubin is a sociologist and psychologist who published 12 books. In her article, “Guns and Grief” (2007/2010), she talks about the slaying at Virginia Tech in 2007. Since she is a psychologist, she questions the various influences on Cho Seung-Hui, who was the killer in the attacks, and how these forces affected his actions. As she states “I’ve spent my whole professional life examining the dynamic relationship between social institutions and individual psychology.” (Rubin L. B., Dear Graduates, 2008) Rubin’s background in psychology gives her a different prospective in how to analyze every