Janet had since been released and had re-offended after a period of only a few months. Upon release, Janet was homeless with no support, and stayed with friends who use drugs and drank daily. She attended meetings for a time, but not regularly, and soon stopped going altogether. Janet was in a high-risk atmosphere upon release which made it difficult for her to maintain a crime and drug-free lifestyle, thus resulting in her incarceration
1979) . This Court has long held that "Section 2255 is not avail able to test the legality of matters which should have been raised on appeal." United States v. Cox, 567 F.2d 930, 932 (10th Cir. 1977), cert. denied, 435 U.S. 927 (1978), (citing Porth v.
On June 12, 1974 Mrs. Mitchell applied for unemployment compensation benefits and she was denied by the deputy of the Unemployment Security Commission on July 24 1974. Due to this Mrs. Mitchell was left disqualified for seven weeks of unemployment benefits. The actions of Mrs. Mitchell were considered as being defiant because of the name calling, not having the proper attire, and other evidence of conduct that had been done purposefully. Mrs. Mitchell then applied for an appeal, where she received a reinstatement of benefits on August 28 1974. On September 13 1974 appealed the decision of the Appeal Tribunal to the whole Commission pursuant to s 59-9-6(E), N.M.S.A..1953.
Norma Jeane Mortensen experienced a difficult childhood. She never knew her father, and her mother, Gladys, developed mental illness and was eventually placed in a mental institution. (Being Marilyn, 2010) Since Monroe’s mother is not capable of taking care of her, she was passed on to a series of orphanage houses and foster families. Some of these families are a friend or a relative of her mother. It is said that she had lived in a total of 11 foster homes throughout her youth, and when there was no family who would foster her, she would sometimes end up at the Hollygrove Orphanage in Los Angeles.
MEMORANDUM To: From: Date: Re: State v. Lucky ____________________________________________________________ ____________ STATEMENT OF FACTS Our client, Lillian Lucky (“Lillian”), has four children ages four, five, six, and seven. Lillian and the children lived with Lester Lucky (“Lester”) in Trafford, Alabama for 8 years. Lillian and Lester were never formerly married, and Lillian does not know if Lester is the father of the children. Lillian and Lester have sent out family Christmas cards and Lester has worn a shirt stating “Nobody cooks up a possum like my ole lady, Lillian”. For over a year Lester abused Lillian.
McCandless believes that his parents are fake. They really represent what Chris hates about society. One of the reasons he was so mad at them and despised them so much was that he had found that his dad had a wife before his mother. And that his dad had also had kids with that wife. He figures this out when visiting his old home in California.
Institutional racism describes any kind of system of inequality based on race. After Earl Little’s death, Malcolm’s mother had no way of supporting the family. She was relying on the insurance company to give the family her husband’s life insurance policy claim. After a dispute with the creditors, a life insurance claim was paid to Malcolm’s mother even though the larger insurance company refused to pay because they claimed her husband-committed suicide. “One policy apparently paid off without any problem-the smaller one.
Throughout the story, the narrator mentions nothing about interaction with her child. One can conclude that the relationship is in fact distant and will develop into a strained relationship in the future. Similarly, after divorcing her ﬁrst husband Charles, their daughter was placed in his primary care and she was publicly accused of “abandoning” her child. (Fox) In both instances, there is no typical mother-daughter relationship. !