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    Search Incident to Arrest One exception to the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment is a search incident to a lawful arrest. A search incident to lawful arrest requires a valid arrest as a foundation for conducting a search following an arrest (Ingram, 2009). In this particular type of arrest, a police officer will first begin the process by obtaining full control over an individual. Once the officer obtains full control over the individual he or she will then determine where, when, and how

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    Material Facts In 1996 a warrant was issued in Germany for the arrest of Rottman in connection with alleged fraud offences. Metropolitan Police received a request from the German authorities for Rottman’s extradition. His precise whereabouts within England at the time were unknown. A provisional warrant for his arrest was issued by Bow Street magistrates’ court under s 8 (1) Extradition Act 1989 ( no search warrant issued). The officers then followed him into the driveway of the house where he had

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    Domestic Violence: Wronful Arrests

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    Unfortunately wrongful arrests happen way too often, as Setliff and I discussed. For example, a person may report having probable cause to claim domestic violence and request an arrest. Law enforcement must be vigilant to make sure they are handling domestic violence cases rightfully. Additionally, if an arrest is made, prosecutors should use the same care and caution in order to accurately charge offenders, and prosecute those offenders who truly do pose threat to victims. It wasn’t until recently

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    attention is gained and it seems like everyone has an opinion on the subject. Many incidents of police brutality is seen throughout Twilight: Los Angeles while several affairs from presidents are discussed in House Arrest. In the interview titled “Way too Academic” featured in the play House Arrest, the speaker stated that in the White House “you don’t talk about depression. It’s a town where you only talk about strength and manipulation…If you said you are in therapy with your wife over your child’s drug

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    Search and arrest warrants can be viewed as the exceptions to the fourth amendment rule. The fourth amendment states that ‘’ the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated’’ (LII / Legal Information Institute, 2016) The law further states that this can only be violated upon presentation of probable cause. It is for this reason that arrest and search warrants are specific in their structure, manner

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    adults, children rarely suffer ventricular fibrillation (VF) cardiac arrest (CA) from coronary artery disease. The causes of pediatric arrests are varied and are usually from severe hypoxia or asphyxia as a result of respiratory failure or circulatory shock. Refractory hypoxia leads to lactic acidosis from anaerobic metabolism and both hypoxia and acidosis lead to myocardial depression, which ultimately leads to cardiac arrest. In the Indian subcontinent, infectious conditions such as pneumonia,

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    CPR

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    General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: After my speech my audience will be more informed about hands only CPR. Thesis Statement: Compared to traditions CPR studies have shown that hands only CPR can help save the life of a person in cardiac arrest by keeping the perfusion to the brain. Introduction Attention Greeter: We all here have a love one at home or friends just imagine one your sitting at a restaurant and your love one suddenly starts to choke and falls to floor. Motionless your love

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    feed and support the other organs and tissues. Heart attacks and cardiac arrest are just two of plethora conditions that can generate a malfunction within the professions of the heart. These two conditions can be fatal, but both affect the most vital organ of the human body. It is the deal between squares and rectangles. All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares. In this case the squares is cardiac arrest and the rectangles

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    EMS

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    tremendous variation in survival data, with some systems, such as King County in Seattle, Washington, displaying astronomically high survival rates. According to the Medic One Foundation in King County, the resuscitation rate for witnessed cardiac arrest in the area is 56%, which to most cities may seem like a distant fantasy (... ... middle of paper ... ...ess and experience regarding first aid and pre-hospital care. The success of any medical system is based on its planning, training, and testing

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    Reasons to Learn CPR

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    670 people die of sudden cardiac arrest. Could it be a loved one, someone you care deeply for, or just a complete stranger? The chances are that someone in your family is going to die of sudden cardiac arrest in your lifetime. On average it takes an ambulance no less than seven minutes to reach someone in need, therefore, every adult should know how to administer CPR. Brain death starts to occur four to six minutes after someone is attacked with cardiac arrest, so you should immediately begin

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