Administration of Justice Name: Period: 7-9 Date: 1/11/12 Title: Man Gets DUI in S.C. McDonald's Drive-Thru Paper: Officer.com Date of Paper: 12/15/11 Author: Nicole Smith Summary: This article is about a man who was accused of a DUI in a McDonald’s drive thru in South Carolina. While he was in the drive thru, he hit a car over by Cherry Road near Winthrop University. The man was clearly under the influence and had a strong alcohol smell. He lost his balance several time and was slurring his words. The man used the Breathalyzer and was a 0.21.
Henry Louis Gates [Name] ADM 100H 11/22/2011 Henry Louis Gates Henry Louis Gates Jr., is a Harvard professor. One of the nation’s pre-eminent African American scholars was arrested on July 16, 2009 at his home by Cambridge police investigating a possible break-in. The arrest initiated a series of events that unfolded by the international news media. The arrest occurred just after Gates returned home to Cambridge after a trip to China to research the ancestry of Yo-Yo Ma for Faces of America. Gates found the front door to his home jammed shut and with the help of his driver to force it open.
College police received second-hand information that one of their students may have been assaulted and contacted the El Cajon Police Department, which in turn located the student, he said. ( www.sandiego6.com/news) This event has made a lot negative attention on college campuses
The only car on the street is a blue station wagon and the hood still warm to the touch. The husband is slurring his words. The husband says he drove the car 4 hours ago and has not driven it since. The husband fails a field sobriety test, and a preliminary alcohol-screening device indicates the husband’s blood alcohol level is .20, which is twice the legal limit. The moral agents in this case know every indication points to the husband driving while under the influence of alcohol, and that the husband physically assaulted his wife, although she has no visible signs of it.
Another story in the film illuminates Rustin's fighting for racial justice - in a nonviolent way was in the early 40s, when he was travelling in Tennessee. Rustin sat toward the front of the bus, the bus driver told him to move. And he said "I cannot move". The police came and they started dragging Rustin out of his seat. He forced
Angela Veles Crime 330 Thursday 7:00pm Outline Major Topic: Should Captains, Supervisor and Police Officers be immune to the Criminal Justice system or should their ranking be enough to hold them to a higher standard than the ordinary citizen, or does in fact rank bestow privilege? Brief Summary: On February 12, 1998, about 11 p.m., Philadelphia Police Captain James Brady, off duty, left a bar drunk, got into his department-issued Grand Fury, and headed home. A few blocks from the bar Brady rear-ended a parked car, causing substantial damage both to his car and to the Honda Civic he hit. When Captain Brady got pulled over he identified himself with his badge, hence the obvious inference that he was asking for special treatment,
When the police arrived at the scene Peter gets away leaving only Anthony and Cameron in the car. Because of the incident with Ryan and Hansen Cameron gets angry and verbally assaults the police officers when they asked him to get out of the car. Hansen told the police officers that he knew Cameron and persuaded them to let him go with a warning. Cameron Stopped to look at Anthony and told him “You embarrass me, you embarrass yourself.” In conclusion, Cameron is trying to make Anthony understand that they are consequences to his actions. What Anthony did make people believe that African American males are more likely to do crime and are gangbangers.
Sitting there, right before we reached the border patrol checkpoint had to look very suspicious to the border patrol agents. My step dad was driving so he was trying to figure out the problem. He accidentally pushed the trunk button and all of our bags fell out of the back. He darted out to put them back in and miraculously, the vehicle started working
The Taser became the primary selection of law enforcement because the baton was insufficient of controlling people. Many law enforcement agencies have adopted this tactic over the years and even though there are several lawsuits brought against law enforcement agencies, the Taser serves as the best non-lethal tactic for law enforcement to stabilize people when the Jack Cover in the late 1960’s and 1970’s. It is an acronym for the Tom A. Swift Electronic Rifle. He worked as an aerospace scientist affiliated with NASA when he came up