Administration of Justice Name: Period: 7-9 Date: 1/11/12 Title: Man Gets DUI in S.C. McDonald's Drive-Thru Paper: Officer.com Date of Paper: 12/15/11 Author: Nicole Smith Summary: This article is about a man who was accused of a DUI in a McDonald’s drive thru in South Carolina. While he was in the drive thru, he hit a car over by Cherry Road near Winthrop University. The man was clearly under the influence and had a strong alcohol smell. He lost his balance several time and was slurring his words. The man used the Breathalyzer and was a 0.21.
University of Phoenix Material Ethical Dilemma Worksheet Incident Review What is the ethical issue or problem? Identify the issue succinctly. Two police officers receive a domestic violence call. Once the officers arrive on scene, they notice the following: husband has what appeared to be car keys in hand, vehicle’s hood is warm, husband fails a field sobriety test, and the dispatcher indicated that the husband physically assaulted his wife. What are the most important facts?
Sperm samples and fingernail scrapings were collected from her body by the investigating officers. The investigators also collected gloves they believed were left by the perpetrator from the victim's car. A few days later, the police pulled Nick Yarris over for a traffic violation. The routine stop accelerated into a violent conflict between Yarris and the patrolman
They spotted Abner, who fit the description of an African American male wearing a vest. Without confirming him, or questioning him, they took him into custody, and put him in the car. In the car, he was assaulted by an officer until they reached the precinct. Once there, two officers brought him into the men’s restroom. One held Louima down, while the other penetrated his rectum with the end of a wooden plunger, perforating his colon and rupturing his bladder, and then forcing the object into his mouth, chipping a few teeth.
Uniformed officers in two unmarked cars then closed in on Bond, who then turned back toward the first two officers. Bond pulled out a pistol, and those officers shot Bond. Bond’s body lay on the sidewalk while Rivera waited a half block away. She thought the body might be her son’s after he did not return from the store and descriptions of the body and the bicycle sounded familiar. Police later told Rivera that her son was dead.
“Cracking down on those who take drugs or drink and then drive is a year round commitment for Warwickshire and West Mercia.”- West Mercia Police. “Law enforcement officers across West Alabama will be aggressively seeking drunk drivers and arresting anyone who is driving impaired.” – Assistant Director Tasha Washington (“Crimson Beat”). The dangers of drunk driving are being highlighted as a part of a festive countdown on motorists who put people’s lives at risk by not following the law (Harris, 1). MADD (Mothers against Drunk Driving) serves a victim or survivor of drunk driving every ten minutes. Since 1980 MADD has nearly saves 300,000 lives…and
The police report showed that when officer Hobbs arrived at the scene, he wrongfully assumed Hoolahan was drunk. The officer then forced himself into the car and struck Hoolahan twice with a closed fist to the face, and a blunt elbow blow
When questioned, Casey admits that Caylee was missing for more than thirty days. She is arrested the following day on suspicion of providing false information, child neglect and obstruction of a criminal investigation. Dirt, hair, stains and the scent are obtained from Casey’s car trunk by a local sheriff. Investigations show that the car once held a decomposing body and Casey is officially charged with child neglect on August 5. On September 3, preliminary test results by the Federal Bureau of Investigations reveal the presence of chloroform in the car.
People V Farrell Facts: Defendant Joseph Farrell, was driving under the influence when he was stopped by Officer Greg Moser. The defendant was driving 20-25 miles per hour in a 55 miler her hour zone and weaving onto the right shoulder. The officer noticed the defendant had red, watery eyes, and slurred speech, and there was a strong odor of alcohol from the car, and he noticed the defendant had some dried blood on his face and clothing. Defendant says he was in a fight with the casino security, but denied that he had been drinking, but later admitted to having one beer. CHP Officer Terry later arrived and defendant said he had been in a fight with someone over money he owed him and admitting to having one beer an hour earlier.
On March 2, 1991, Rodney King, an African American male, had been detected speeding by police while driving down the 210 freeway in Los Angeles. King was on parole at the time and under the influence of alcohol, so in an effort to avoid being caught violating parole, attempted to flee from police resulting in a high speed police chase. A bystander who lived nearby managed to record most of the incident that had pursued from there. The two passengers in the vehicle with King were cooperative when officers had placed them under arrest, however the officers quickly decided that King was uncooperative and resisting arrest. Rodney King was shot twice with a taser gun and then beat over 56 times with their batons before being taken into custody.