“The government needs guilty pleas to move the cases out of the court, and the defendants are selling their guilty pleas for the only currency the government can offer-time. But no matter what sentence us finally agreed upon, the real outcome of this bargaining contest is never truly in doubt. The guilty always win. The innocent always lose.” (Bonsignore, et al 2006. Pg.
P6 There are many different ways people or the environment can be a victim of crime; Businesses can be a victim of crime but the most common crime against businesses is theft, theft can come from a citizen or most of the time it’s someone within the company who steals from them. This effect them because they lose out on profit and some companies have to have set targets to meet at every month or year and if the company report the theft they go through insurance so it cause the amount of money they pay into the insurance and in some cases causes some business to close down. Another type of theft is copyrighting (illegal downloading) a lot of people lose out on profit then artist, producer, shop. Criminal damage is also cause business
I think that if someone isn’t given strict punishment for a crime they committed, they will just commit the crime over and over again because they know they can get away with it. Compassion and understanding can only go so far. Without swift punishment for criminals it’s like they only get a pat on the back and told not to do it
The victim was harassed by co-workers and obviously quite embarrassed. The victim pressed charges against both Medlantic and Tijuana Goldring. Medlantic was found guilty for breach of confidential relationship and was made to pay the victim two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. However, Tijuana was not found guilty of invasion of privacy because the disclosure was not within the scope of Goldring’s employment with WHC. Medlantic filed a motion for judgment arguing that Doe’s claims were barred by the statute of limitations.
Also, the Americans who tried them are all biases and when the court case was trailed, it was the height of the red scare so all Americans were being so paranoid when they knew that a murder case had something to do with foreigners and they didn’t even find out what the truth was and just assumed that Sacco and Vanzetti were the attackers. More over , there are evidence proved that there are some people (107 of them) had confirmed that Sacco and Vanzetti were in somewhere else at the time of the crime . Those time witnesses can prove that Sacco and Vanzetti were innocent but unfortunately , most of them were recent Italian immigrants and they could hardly speak any English . That was certainly not a fair trial. Sacco and Vanzetti were not guilty to the crime at all because they had never done the crime they were charged.
He had beaten the state levels, then in that respect after he filed for an appeal with the supreme judicature of the U.S. Site Issues Involvement of issuing the case was consuming over the time he had bought off the cartridge clips. The magazines were legal. Government falsely trapped him with false information of an
If you commit any offence during the currency of the bond you are liable to serve the sentence of imprisonment that I have just imposed together with any other sentence that you might incur. I must make it plain to you it need not be drug offending, it could be any type of criminal offending. Now in view of your past history it is clear that you can live a law-abiding life so hopefully that will not be a problem. Do you understand the terms of the bond that is offered to you? PRISONER: Absolutely.
He claims that the 3 police officers present at the time of his arrest where trespassing in his flat, his arrest was unlawful as was his detention at the police stations. Outcome: At first the appeal for Mr Alanov claiming damages was allowed. The 3 police officers were concluded to have been trespassing into Mr Alanov’s flat at the time that he was arrested. Mr Alanov was awarded with compensation of £500 for damages by the Brighton County Court, for the trespass which has now been reconsidered due to the acceptance of Miss Mortimer on the grounds that Mr Alanov’s appeal was already publicly funded. However Judge Simpkiss dismissed Mr Alanov’s claims for unlawful arrest, unlawful detention and assault because he believed that due to the fact that Mr Alanov was behaving aggressively and suspiciously justified the arrest without further question.
The R.T.C ( Resolution Trust Corporation) began to investigate the whitewater case and found that once again Mcdougal was found using large amounts of money he should not have and the Clintons were caught in the crossfire. A report down by the R.T.C, the Pillsbury report, provided evidence that suggested the Clintons knew nothing about the Mcdougal's misdoings and that they were simply innocent bystanders. Regardless of the report, the media still bombarded the Clinton’s with questions about the case until the attorney general at the time appointed an investigator, Robert Fiske, to get to the bottom of the whole scandal. Robert Fiske later on was replaced by Kenneth Starr, another investigator, who found incriminating evidence of sexual misconduct down by president Clinton. The infamous “Starr report” soon came out which accused president Clinton of having an affair with another colleague of his in the White house.
Steroids in Baseball and the Ethical Implications “Cheat or lose.” “Everybody does it.” “It was the only way to get ahead.” These are just a few reasons that people give for cheating. Cheating in our society has become so prevalent that one can hardly go a day without seeing a scandal on the front page of the newspaper. Corporations are being caught cooking their books, students are cheating on exams, ordinary people lie on their tax returns, and athletes are taking illegal drugs to gain a boost in their performance. This leads one to ask, “why”? Are there new pressures today that cause people to cheat more than in previous generations?