9. Assuming Miss Meanor is found guilty, when will the Judge impose sentence? 10. What is the maximum sentence to be imposed? Scenario #2 Frank Felon a native of Akron Ohio was arrested by officers from the Cleveland Police Department for allegedly committing felonious assault on Vince Victim also of Akron during a tailgate party prior to the Barry Manilow concert at the “Q” Arena on June 29, 2011.
Bulger suffered multiple skull fractures from blows to the head, and was sexually abused by the two older boys. After the beatings, they left Bulger’s lifeless body across the railway tracks so that his body would be cut in half. Police were able to pin Venables and Thompson because of video images that captured Bulger’s abduction from the mall. DNA testing matched the blood found on the boys’ shoes to Bulger. Thompson and Venables were arrested and controversially tried and convicted in an adult court.
FACTS: On August 7, 1999 a routine traffic stop was conducted with three occupants. The Respondent, Pringle, was the front-seat passenger in a car that was stopped for speeding. Upon approach of the vehicle the arresting officer found $763 in the glove compartment while the owner,Donte Partlow was retrieving his credentials from glove compartment. The arresting officer conducted a vehicle search which discovered cocaine in the back-seat armrest. The officer arrested all three occupants of the car and Pringle was convicted for possession with intent to distribute cocaine after he gave an oral and signed a written confession.
He distributed marijuana while in his government vehicle and while wearing his work uniform. Henderson plead guilty and was sentenced to “six months in prison and four months’ house arrest” (Pinkham, 2008, para. 1). Felons are not allowed to own weapons, so Henderson had to surrender nineteen firearms to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Upon his release, he requested that the FBI transfer ownership of his weapons to his wife or sell them to a third party (Alter, 2014).
After he escaped john tried to rescues his friends from prison. On his first jail break john Dillinger broke 10 of his former prison mates from the Indiana state jail. John Dillinger went to jail right before he got them out. He gave the prisoners guns and they got him out of jail too. During the jail break the prisoners killed the sheriff.
Beatrice millet Criminology 21 Professor Thomas March 13 2013 Assignment #1 The article “Drug snitch takes bullet in Mercedes” written by Mitchel Maddux and Dan Macleod from the NY post is about a man named Burton Dennison by the age of 44, a resident of queens New York who was gunned down in Brooklyn NY on January, 13 2013 sources say he was murdered for being an informant. The article states that Dennison became an informant after he was arrested in September 2011 for selling a kilo of cocaine to an informant who himself was angling for a lighter sentence for money laundering and drug dealing. After being arrested Dennison ratted out one of his alleged partner and pled guilty to pursuant to a corporation agreement,
TTFC Top Ten Fugitive Captured Charged with Brutal Attack on Police sfasadfawr 07/20/09 Emigdio Preciado, Jr., a career criminal and member of a violent California street gang who was on our Tmwf Fugitives list for a brutal attack on police officers nine years ago, has been captured in Mexico. During a routine traffic stop in September 2000, Preciado stepped out of a van and opened fire on two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies with an assault rifle. Some 21 rounds were fired, one of them hitting a deputy in the head and critically injuring him. “When a police officer is shot, our security is threatened,” said Sal Hernandez, assistant director in charge of our Los Angeles office, “and it illustrates a brazen attitude that
On October 19, 1982, John Z. DeLorean was arrested at an airport hotel with several kilograms of cocaine. DeLorean was arrested the same day the British Government said it would permanently close the Northern Ireland plant, which built DeLorean’s cars. The arrest ended a five-month, undercover probe, which tracked the auto executive across the nation. His company was in severe financial problems, and he feared the possibility of his company’s being closed down by the government, which had extended loans to him. FBI agent Richard Bretzing said DeLorean came to Los Angeles to buy 220 pounds of cocaine for distribution in Southern California at a street price of $24
16 year old teen Ethan Couch became responsible for the death of four individuals. The night of the accident, Couch along with seven of his friends had stolen beer from a local Walmart and proceeded to get behind the wheel of his father’s company pickup truck. In addition to his blood alcohol level being three times over the adult legal limit, the perpetrator “also had traces of Valium in his system” (Voorhees). Couch committed an array of crimes the night of the accident including underage drinking, reckless driving, and manslaughter, yet the surge of controversy regarding this case stems from both around the defense and verdict, as the judge handed to Couch a rather lenient sentence given the circumstances; Couch was sentenced to rehab and to
The money they were carrying, some fifteen thousand dollars, was stolen. Witnesses said five people had taken part in the holdup. The police arrested two Italian immigrants; Nicola Sacco, shoemaker and Bartolomo Vanzetti, a fish peddler. Both were admitted anarchists (people who believe in the destruction of all governments) and draft dodgers. This took place at the height of the Red Scare.