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    Conditions for a Lawful Arrest

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    of justice, unlawful arrests and so on. There are remedies however, for those who abuse the system. In this essay I will critically consider the conditions for a lawful arrest. There is however, no concrete definition of arrest. It was deprived in Christie v Leachinsky (1947) that an arrest is ‘the beginning of imprisonment’, thereby suspects to a degree are physically restrained as they cannot be free to go wherever they like. So, during a criminal investigation, an arrest occurs whereby the police

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    My Arrest and Rebirth

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    My Arrest and Rebirth With great embarrassment and pain, I must tell you that I have once been arrested; it was over a fight with my brother Jacob. The police attribute Jake's behavior to chemical dependence; my parents blame it on some unknown incident while he was at school. I don't know, myself; I do know that I returned from Israel to find Jake had taken over my room, as well as anything else in the house he could manipulate or control. The TV, VCR and computer were his absolute domain;

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    “Drug Use, Drug Possession Arrests, and the Question of Race: Lessons from Seattle” The article, “Drug Use, Drug Possession Arrests, and the Question of Race: Lessons from Seattle” written by Katherine Beckett, Kris Nyrop, and Lori Pfingst is about how the racialization of imagery surrounding drugs has had a major impact on institutional effects that shape police perception and practices. These effects could be the cause of the racial disparity that characterizes drug possession in Seattle. The

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    respected. However the police must have sufficient powers to investigate crimes. Therefore Parliament has given the police special powers that can be used in certain circumstances. These powers include the rights to stop and search suspects, to arrest and interview people when necessary and to take fingerprints and samples (blood samples) for scientific analysis. Without the police having these certain powers then it would be nearly impossible to investigate any crimes. But it is also important

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    My novel ‘The Day They Came To Arrest The Book’ was based upon racism in the late 70’s. An era which occurred before I existed. There are many movies and books depicting events from this time, some of which I have seen or read. I had always thought that my views on racism were somewhat close to the truth, after reading the novel I realized that I had been wrong. Therefore, this novel has altered my feelings and opinions which I had towards the treatment of the Negro race. Before I read this novel

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    a criminal act should be handled as an innocent person before being proved guilty particularly when he or she collaborates with the police officers. In the first case, the Chief of Police and Mayor accepted that Mr. Blake did not deserve forceful arrest since he did not resist. What was running through his mind was that he was being knocked down by an old friend who identified him and due to happiness he hugged him, hence, falling down. The advice I should give to the Mayor and Chief of Police is

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    Why would our government try to hurt kids? Well, kids are being hurt right now. You see, in America punishment, rather than rehabilitation is being emphasized for juveniles who commit crimes. This way of thinking must stop with the addition of rehabilitation and prevention programs for juvenile offenders.States vary in their legal definition of a juvenile. In Illinois, for example, a juvenile is defined as any person below the age of 17. Using each states legal definition, the FBI reported that 62%

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    dream, a game winning shot, of a cardiac arrest. ( Moisse Sec. 1 Par. 1-3) What happens when an athlete that is in the best of physical health suffers a sudden cardiac death? The sudden death leaves the community, team, and family shocked and devastated and looking for answers.Whether they are throwing a pitch, shooting the game winning shot, running to the finish line, or making the tackle, an athlete in the United States suffers a sudden cardiac arrest every three days. ( Subasic 18 ) The deaths

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    cardiac arrest are treated with mild therapeutic hypothermia is now recognized as standard therapy in patients resuscitated from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) leading to unexpected death 1 in 1500 adults each year in this hi tech world (Zheng et al 2001). Therapeutic hypothermia (TH) may increase survival and reduce the amount of neurologic damage after cardiac arrest. According to the recent guidelines, comatose survivors of out-of-hospital ventricular fibrillation cardiac arrest should be

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    House Arrest with Electronic Monitoring

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    My topic is based on house arrest (HA) with electronic monitoring (EM) and I will be arguing in favour of it being an alternative to confinement. This alternative method is reliable, lenient, efficient, and effective. It is reliable because it is a valid option for offenders who committed less severe crimes, leaving more space in prison for serious offenders. After all, there is a growing concern of jails getting overcrowded, meaning more offenders are under custody in one institution that requires

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