A 20-year-old college student had killed a woman at his Ladera Ranch home and had set out on a killing spree that stretched through the heart of Orange County. He had killed a businessman and stole his BMW. A few minutes later, he killed a plumber and took a work truck. He shot randomly at the morning commuters on the 55 Freeway, which had hit at least three cars. The authorities were surprised at the "senseless violence," which had spanned about 25 miles.
On the other side, the defense attorney must prove that the incident was a terrible accident and there was no intent to kill. On August 2, 2009, CBS’s 60 Minutes aired a segment “Is It Murder.” 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon reported on a DUI homicide case involving the deaths of two people. 7-year-old Kate Marie Flynn and limousine driver Stanley Rabinowitz killed in a head-on automobile collision. The drunk driver, Martin Heidgen a 24-year old insurance agent caused the accident while suffering only minor injuries. Heidgen’s blood alcohol content was over three times the legal limit.
After a week had passed since the crime, the victim was shown photos that had possibly matched the description that was given to the investigators. The victim had picked the photo of Bennett Barbour then him again out of two live line-ups. The next day Barbour was arrested for rape although he had only weighed 115 pounds at the time of his arrest. Furthermore, Barbour was suffered of a brittle- bone disease and had a pin attached in his elbow at the time, which can make rape seem very unlikely. Both the hair and the blood type found on the scene did not match Barbour’s but was still being accused for the crime.
Kevorkian allegedly only assisted in the patients’ deaths by attaching a device to them, in which the patients would press a button to finally end their life painlessly and on their own terms. Is this right? On March 26, 1999 Kevorkian was charged with second-degree murder and the delivery of a controlled substance, since he lost his medical license. Kevorkian went to his trial and disband his attorneys. After a two day trial the Michigan jury found Kevorkian guilty to second-degree murder and was charged with 10 to 25 years in prison.
Through the search of the house police found illegal pornographic material but nothing that they suspected her on, at which time police arrested Mapp for the illegal pornographic material. Section 2 The facts of the case are simple: 1 Dolree Mapp in no way, shape, or form consented to a police search. 2 Police officers didn’t not have a search warrant for Dolree Mapp, her house, nor for her property.3 Police had no probable cause that to enter the residence. 4 Police abused their power by trying to misguide and mislead Mapp into believe they had a search warrant. Section 3 Dolree Mapp basis for her appeal on her conviction of the possession of obscene materials was on the fact that it was an illegal search.
Robert William "Willie" Pickton (born October 26, 1949) of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada is a former pig farmer and serial killer convicted of the second-degree murders of six women.  He is also charged in the deaths of an additional twenty women, many of them prostitutes and drug users from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. In December 2007 he was sentenced to life in prison, with no possibility of parole for 25 years —the longest sentence available under Canadian law for murder. During the trial's first day of jury evidence, January 22, 2007, the Crown stated he confessed to forty-nine murders to an undercover police officer posing as a cellmate. The Crown reported that Pickton told the officer that he wanted to kill another woman to make it an even 50, and that he was caught because he was "sloppy".
ABDUCTION AND MURDER CASE STUDY ON LEADERSHIP AND PROCESS S. Irene Matz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, California State University, Fullerton Introduction may 16, 2005. His blank stare devoid of emotion, ashen-faced Alejandro Avila avoided eye contact as eight men and four women slowly filed into the jury box. Nearly three years after six-year-old Samantha Runnion was abducted, sexually brutalized and murdered, the death penalty phrase of Avila’s trial represented the culminating, yet anti-climatic moment. The moment would end thousands of investigative hours by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, intense hours, even silent grieving hours. Yet the energy justified the result: Arrest and conviction in the horrific, unspeakable
Kennedy shot, but his death is still seen as controversial. Investigations have raked over all evidence given in original testimonies, all witnesses, and all possible coverage of the assassination. Everyone was shocked at the murder of such a great man, and the nation was weary to believe the government after seeing and hearing the controversial footage. The original death statement released from the U.S. government explained that Kennedy had been stuck at the back his head with a bullet. No witnesses saw a lurch forward from the fatal shot though.
He gave his mother half of the money of twenty five thousand dollars and used some of the money to buy his first new car, Acura TL 2002. He started gaining respect from all friends and life became very enjoyable. In September 2006, Sam was driving on Jane Street and he was pulled over by police office. They requested for his ownership, insurance and driving license in which Sam mistakenly gave fake driving license to the police officers. This led the officers to search in Sam’s car.
Police Shootings In South Phoenix former police officer Carlos Ledesma, 34, was killed in August 2010. He was shot during an undercover drug deal, he went in alone and as he called for backup, the suspect which is un-named shot him twice in the chest and killed him instantly on the scene. He had been with the Chandler Police Department for nearly three and a half years before this incident. The suspect was sentenced to 35-50 years in prison. Ledesma left behind two children and a wonderful wife (EBSCOhost page 1, source 1).