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,
Gates found the front door to his home jammed shut and with the help of his driver to force it open. A local witness reported their activity to the police as a potential burglary in progress. That Crowley had explained. Gates came to the door and said “why because I’m black man in America?” Gates was arrested for disorderly conduct, by Police St. James Crowley. On July 21, 2009, charges against Gates were dropped.
I just bought a new set not more than a week ago and sure enough, someone decided to leave a screw or two loose in the back of their truck bed only to fall out and let me run it over. That’s what I tell myself anyway knowing full well that it was probably my own fault…maybe something I left on the driveway at the house after working on the engine or fidgeting with the interior. There it is, staring at me, taunting me, daring me to remove it. A screw in the tire is enough to ruin anyone’s day unless you have the material and the little bit of skills it takes to repair it. The first thing I did when I found a screw in my tire was go back into
Fact Pattern: Joe Justice is a local county prosecutor in the state of Ohio. One day, Joe receives a law enforcement felony packet that details the investigation on suspects Slick Martin and Jim Lawbreaker. The police agency investigated their involvement in a robbery at a local grocery store. Based on the facts, Martin entered the store armed with a firearm. Lawbreaker waited in a car located in back of the store.
Lawyers convinced the LAPD to allow Simpson to turn himself in at 11 am on June 17, 1994:87 even though the double murder charge meant no bail and a possible death penalty verdict if convicted.  Over 1,000 reporters waited for Simpson at the police station, but he failed to appear. At 2 pm, the Los Angeles Police Department issued an all-points bulletin. At 5 pm Robert Kardashian, a Simpson friend and one of his defense lawyers, read a rambling letter by Simpson to the media. :22 In the letter Simpson sent greetings to 24 friends and wrote, "First everyone understand I had nothing to do with Nicole's murder ... Don't feel sorry for me.
From 5 to 3.5 in under 3 seconds The name of the firecracker used in the accident was called an M-80 or so I was told later that night while waiting at Baystate Medical Center. Baystate was going to transfer me to Umass Medical to have specialists look at what remained of my left hand. Before leaving Baystate a police officer asked me to repeat the events of what happened to me that afternoon one last time, and so for what felt like the hundredth time I began to tell the story again. It happened between about 3:15 pm and 3:45 pm. I was angry with a kid on the bus I use to ride home.
Chief of Police Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation POB 150 Nespelem, WA 99155 RE: Paul Hill, Officer Dear Sir; I am writing this letter on behalf of Jregarding your employee Officer Paul Hill (Paul) and his continual harassment of Jeramy Phillips, whom is my son. On Friday, February 4, 2011, Paul served an arrest/search warrant (warrant) on Jeramy’s personal home regarding an outstanding (FTA) warrant that was issued in December 2011. Officer Paul requested that 5 tribal law enforcement officers assist with the service of the search warrant for a total of 6 law enforcement vehicles and officers. Which I consider to be is a gross exploitation of our tribal law enforcement resources, especially during our Tribes financial crisis situation. Now I am not stating that did not have an outstanding FTA warrant.
On Jan. 4 this year, a warrant was issued for Bond’s arrest after he was charged with assault with a deadly weapon doing great bodily harm. John Hicks, a family friend for 25 years, stood with Rivera outside the crime-scene tape and talked about Bond. “He told me they’d have to kill him before he’d go back to jail,” Hicks said. Diaz said his officers had been looking for Bond and found him at his mother’s home. Officers had been watching the residence, and about 2:45 p.m. Saturday, Bond left on his bicycle.
Britannica.com 23 July 2014 Boston Marathon bombing of 2013 This was the start of the manhunt that shut down the city of Boston. April 19, 2013 around 6 AM, authorities tell residents of Boston and surrounding communities to stay indoors. The Mass transit system is shut down. This order was lifter just over 12 hours after being put in place. Around 6:30 PM, authorities trace Dzhokhar to a Watertown backyard, where he is found hiding in a boat and taken into custody after hours of searching.
On August 24, 2013 I, Officer T. Martin, was called to transport prisoner (Name) to the city jail for unit 3212 (Officer Knight). When I arrived at the Zone 2 Precinct to pick up the prisoner he was still inside Officer Knight’s patrol vehicle. The Prisoner was then allowed out the patrol vehicle so that he could get into the Wagon for transport. Once I got him to the wagon he turned his head in my direction and spat at me. He then entered the wagon.