At 12:30 am, Officers Tim and Melanie Singer, husband-and-wife members of the California Highway Patrol, noticed King's car speeding on the freeway. The officers pursued King, and the pursuit attained high speeds. Confrontation Officer Tim Singer ordered King and his two passengers to exit the vehicle and lie face down on the ground. Bryant Allen was manhandled, kicked, stomped, taunted and threatened. "Passenger describes L.A. Police Beating of Driver, Calls it racial," New York Times, March 21, 1991.
A couple minutes into this monotone movie I started to figure out what the characters are really saying, and was surprised to see that the actors were running experiments on marijuana. When the black and white scene passed by, the main actor, Seth Rogen, is introduced showing what he does as a profession. Seth Rogen plays a process server who gives people bad news. He delivers court orders and serves them for not paying their taxes and other fees. While he works he smokes marijuana and talks about it as if it were something as normal as chewing gum.
This episode is about a teenage stunt driver named Dex, who is beheaded during one of his stunts in which he climbs out of his sunroof to drive his car using his feet. After the accident, the police sirens are heard making everyone panic to get away. The “sideshow” event was sponsored and run by Dex’s girlfriend, who is sees the accident as good for business with her website, and is rather uncooperative when dealing with detectives. After running tire treads, it is found that Dex is run over by his own car by Luke Baylor, a rival of Dex’s that thought that Dex would have appreciate that he took his car so it did not get impounded. After running prints on all of the beer bottles from the event, it is discovered that they all have the same print on every bottle.
In my mirrors I saw the police officer’s lights coming and slammed on the brakes. At those speeds slamming on the brakes ripped my brake pads off and scored the rotors. I pulled into Pony Express gas station and called my friends to come watch because I thought I was going to lose my license for sure. He approaches the windows and says, “Do you know what the speed limit is?” I reply, “No, why?” Then the officer screams, “Well it’s damn sure not 120!” I had to sit in the police car for like 20
They did not address the issue of the smell of burnt marijuana but they left the home. He informed the on duty sergeant and he pointed out the fact that he can write a search warrant based on plain smell alone. He ran a criminal history background check on the home owner and found that he had been convicted once for possession of marijuana. He then drafted an affidavit of search warrant that the District Judge signed and
Brinegar v. United States 338 U.S. 160 69 S. Ct. 1302; 93 L. Ed. 1879; 1949 U.S. LEXIS 2084 Facts: Brinegar had a reputation for illegally transporting liquor across state lines. The officer recognized the defendant one day, while parked by the highway, and noticed that the defendant's vehicle looked "heavily loaded." When he pulled Brinegar over, the officer could see one case of alcohol in the front seat of the car. The defendant later on denied that any liquor was visible.
Subject: Case Analysis Case: Search and Seizure Background Facts: Joe is a 26 years old man of a foreign decent and is currently a U.S. citizen. He was pulled over by a police officer when he was driving through an affluent Caucasian subdivision. Citing that this is a sobriety checkpoint, Officer Jones orders Joe to step out of the car. When Joe starts questioning the officer about the sobriety checkpoint, the officer becomes very aggressive with him and places him under arrest for “interfering with official police conduct”. After that, Officer Jones get into his vehicle and remove a couple of items.
Officer Hoyt learns that suspects’ civil rights don't seem to matter too much to his partner. While in Harris’s car, the pair of officers observes gang members dealing drugs to some college kids in a park. Instead of arresting the buyers, detective Harris confiscates the drugs and tells Officer Hoyt to take a hit from the marijuana. Hoyt refuses, but Harris puts a gun to his head and tells him that his failure to use drugs could get him killed by a street dealer. After being threatened to leave his car officer Hoyt smokes the marijuana.
Family Assessment Casey Schuler Bemidji State University Family Description The family discussed in this paper is a blended family. Included is a stepfather (SK), age 50, a mother (LS), age 48, and three children (TS, MS, LS), whose ages are 26, 21 and 18 respectively. The mother is the biological parent of all three children from a previous marriage which ended in divorce from alcoholism in her spouse. The spouse and biological father (GS) has a distant relationship with the children and does not live close. The stepfather also has a child from a previous marriage who was adopted by his uncle and aunt.
Carlos was told that he fit the description of the person who robbed the gas station attendant. Because the description of the robber was Mexican and that he was wearing a black flannel-plaid shirt and jeans as Carlos was wearing. We told the police officer that we don’t have a car and that we are only 13 years of age. They took Carlos away in the police car and left me to walk back to his house alone. I have always been a good law abiding citizen.