WITNESSES: SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN BEFORE ME THIS ______ DAY OF ___________________, 2013. DISTRICT COURT CLERK BY _______________________________________________ (DEPUTY CLERK) I HEREBY FIND THAT THIS SWORN AFFIDAVIT DEMONSTRATES REASONABLE AND PROBABLE CAUSE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A WARRANT OF ARREST FOR THE ABOVE-NAMED INDIVIDUAL FOR THE ABOVE-STATED OFFENSE. DISTRICT JUDGE DISTRICT COURT, PULASKI COUNTY,
Hudson was charged under Michigan law with unlawful drug and firearm possession. When police arrived to execute the warrant, they announced their presence, but waited only a short time perhaps “three to five seconds” before turning the knob of the unlocked front door and entering Hudson’s home. At trial Hudson argued that police violated the knock and announce requirement, therefore all the evidence stemming from the search warrant should be inadmissible. The Trial Judge granted the motion to suppress the evidence. On appeal, Michigan Court of Appeals reversed the motion to suppress.
CRIME Corporal Anthony Damiano Paterson Police Department Passaic County Patterson, NJ Corporal Anthony Damiano works the drug projects of Passaic County New Jersey which are currently under surveillance. Corporal Damiano and his partner stop an older vehicle just coming out of the projects. Calmly the driver is asked to step out of the vehicle and is then immediately questioned about the drug purchased that was just witnessed by the two officers. The driver, Raymond, is a 31 year old, Caucasian male with stocky build, full beard and mustache, dressed in a T-shirt, jeans and baseball cap. The passenger is a 32 year old Caucasian male similarly dressed and admittedly confesses “doing crack with Raymond”.
(4) Staging an accident is Insurance Fraud, a third degree felony punishable by a maximum of seven years imprisonment. (5) And working with others to stage an accident is Conspiracy to Commit Insurance Fraud, an equally serious crime. (6) DiLacqua had turned two traffic offenses into four crimes, two of them felonies. Because the reported accident involved a Police Department vehicle, the dispatcher had to notify the Department's Accident Investigation Division (AID). Two AID investigators soon arrived and DiLacqua told them the story he had prepared, with Brady and the two officers standing by.
Senior Pat Hopper is Convicted for Criminal Trespassing By: Erica Goldman 17 March 2012: Yesterday in the Superior Court of New Jersey Law Division- Metro County Criminal courts, seventeen year old Pat Hopper was charged with third degree Burglary, fourth degree criminal trespassing, third degree attempted theft/theft and second degree bias theft/attempted theft. However after a long trial, she was only convicted for fourth degree criminal trespassing. Starting off the trial, the prosecution began with their opening argument. Attorney’s Ari, Nikita, and Alex told the jury that they were going to prove Hopper guilty of all the above charges. They said she allegedly entered Mrs. Willson’s (Hopper’s math teacher), home and stole from her
MAJOR CRIME BRIEFING SCRIPT (Homicide, Robbery, Sex Crimes, Child Abuse Units) I am (rank/ID#/unit) . At hours, San Diego Police Communications received a call from (name/address/phone #): . The call was entered in Communications at hours. The call was dispatched at hours. The incident number is .
Chelsea Stacks 8/19/11 2nd Block Crime Scene Examiner A Crime Scene Examiner secure crime scenes and are responsible for collecting evidence including fingerprints, footprints, trace fibers, bullets and shell casings. In addition to collecting the evidence, crime scene examiners serve as expert witnesses or testify about evidence during a trial. There hours vary depending on the shift and whether or whether not there on call. Most crime scene examiners work Monday through Friday. The educational background needed to become a crime examiner varies depending on the requirements of the employer.
Synopsis: On 12-01-2013 at 1143 hours, the suspect was contacted in the north parkinglot of the Walnut Apartment Complex, located at 3342 N. Walnut Street. The suspect was in possession of less than an ounce of Marijuana. The suspect was issued a criminal citation for the possession of marijuana and released. NARRATIVE: On 12-01-13 at approximately 1143 hours, I was working in full uniform driving a fully marked police vehicle. I was dispatched to the Walnut Apartment Complex located at 3342 N. Walnut Street, San Jose in reference to a suspicious male attempting to brake into a parked vehicle.
C.A. No C41782 COURT OF APPEAL FOR ST. MICHAEL’S COLLEGE SCHOOL B E T W E E N : HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN Respondent - and - J.F. Applicant/Appellant ________________________________________________________ APPELLANT’S FACTUM ________________________________________________________ J.R Associates – Attorney at Law 21 McCutcheon Ave Nobleton, Ontario L0G 1N0 Jack Ranson Of Counsel for the Jack Ranson PART I: STATEMENT OF THE CASE This case is about search and seizure. J.F had an ounce of marijuana at school. The police dog was brought in for a ‘sniff’ around and the police now wish to charge J.F with possession at the least.
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.