1 Douglas Margreiter was severely injured in New Orleans on the night of April 6, 1976. He sued the Monteleone Hotel, saying that he was taken from his room there by two men who had a key to that room, the use of an elevator and unimpeded access and exit into an alley-permitted by the Hotel's lack of care to protect its guests. The Hotel contended that Margreiter was on an intoxicated venture and met his fate outside the Hotel. The jury found in favor of Margreiter. The judgment was reduced from $750,000 to $400,000 by remittitur.
Adkins also was not terminally ill, so there must have been something else that she had going on besides the fact that she had just been diagnosed with this illness. Kevorkian went against nonmaleficence the duty to “do no harm.” He helped this woman commit death and obviously he there was no confidentiality because it leaked and he had a murder case. In my opinion people have the right to die if they want to, but it is something that is done on your own terms, not with the assistance of a medical doctor. I also think that it is so crazy how it only took the court two days for free this man. Then the fact that they did not have a law saying that it was wrong for someone to commit suicide or the medical assistance of it.
As they dine Mr. Zero Mustafa goes back to 1932, the glorious days of the hotel when he started as a lobby boy, hired by Monsieur Gustave H., its famous and legendary concierge who had also a special affection for sexual needs of older ladies lodging at the hotel. This hobby of his gets him into trouble when one of his lovers Madame D is murdered. Gustave summons Zero to travel with him to the funeral, but soon he learns that she left a very valuable painting to him. Her wealthy and greedy family cannot accept that a concierge would inherit any of their property.
Meursault is found guilty of premeditated murder and sentenced to death by guillotine. At the beginning of Meursault’s trial, the judge questions Meursault about why he put his mother in a home, and if it taunted him. Meursault states that he didn’t have enough money to provide for care for her and that they were both alright with living the way they had to because they didn’t expect anything from one another. Meursault’s relationship with his mother was loving, but very distant. The director of the home Meursault’s mother was in, claims that she complained about being put into a home by her son.
The police searched her residence but did not find the bombing suspect.However the police did find obscene materials in the house, and Miss Mapp was placed under arrest. Miss Mapp was found guilty and convicted for the illegal materials found in her residence. All evidence found at Miss Mapp’s residence was in violation of the fourth amendment (no unlawful search and seizures) because they did not have a real search warrant.The police, who possessed no warrant to search Mapp's property had acted unlawfully. Any incriminating evidence found during the search should, therefore, be thrown out of court and her conviction overturned. If the 4th Amendment did not limit the prerogatives of police on the local and State level, local law enforcement would have a mandate to search wherever, whenever, and whomever they pleased.
Ned moves Edmund’s dead body to an abandoned building that Edmund was involved with and destroys the building with an incendiary device to make it look like an arson job. After the murder, Ned is contacted by Edmund’s lawyer who tells him about a new will that Ned supposedly drew up on Edmund’s behalf, witnessed by Matty’s friend Mary Ann Simpson. Ned was unaware of this fact; Matty had created the new will in Ned’s name. The new will is corruptly prepared that it is claimed null and void, due to a violation of the rule against perpetuities, resulting in Matty receiving the whole fortune. Having completed her wish, Matty attempts to kill Ned and Mary Ann Simpson who helped her carry out the mission so that the case could be closed.
Facts: Defendant Butler was charged with the murder of Joseph Anderson and assault with attempt to murder William Russell Locklear. At trial, Butler testified that Anderson had owed him money for the catering work that Anderson hired him to do and that Anderson kept putting off repayment. Butler testified he went to Anderson’s house to only threaten Anderson to repay him and that the gun went off when Anderson grabbed for it. Locklear tried to apprehend defendant but was himself shot and lost consciousness. Defendant was gone when Locklear regained consciousness.
Once at the station the gun was run through the computer and it was found that the gun was used in a murder. My partner wants to falsify his report so the charges will stick. The driver confesses when this information comes out and my partner charges him with murder. I try to convince my partner that none of this evidence and confession will be admissible in court because there was no probable cause at the time. There was no consent for the search, the gun wasn’t in plain view and we did not protect ourselves by reading the driver his Miranda rights before questioning him.
PAGE 1 Scenario 1 Advise whether the Crown Prosecution Service should go ahead with a prosecution against Shantel. Shantel was arrested based on one eye witness account from her ex boyfriend Zac. Many other people have witnessed someone kicking Jennifer the Paramedic but no one but he, saw who did it. According to The full code test, section 4.7 of the Code for the Crown Prosecutors it must be decided that the evidence is reliable and does not give cause for concern. His testimony is unreliable and inaccurate, based on that unless he was involved in the fight, he would not know who it was who kicked Jennifer the Paramedic as it is pointed out by Shantel herself that there was lots of kicking and screaming at the point that Jennifer was kicked.
In the play, the families got caught because a thief heard them upstairs, and he got away by telling the police that he knew where some Jews were. On page 519 the thief knows that the families are hiding because Mr. Dussel said “Thanks to this clumsy fool, there’s someone now who knows we’re up here! Someone now knows we’re up here hiding! In the movie, it was said that the wife of the owner of the building where the families were staying called the police and told them that the families were there. c. Another difference between the play and the movie is that in the play they didn’t go into detail about the concentration camps.