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    Lisa

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    stayed out of trouble. My antics got me suspended from school, and enough trouble with the law that they had me on house arrest. I could not talk to my friends and I couldn’t go anywhere either. My thoughts start to stray towards Lisa. Lisa is a petite blonde that amazes me with her intelligence. I find myself thinking about her more and more often as I serve out this time on house arrest. She has a flawless complexion and her curves make her seem older than her 15 years. I guess we could call my feelings

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    are also seen throughout The Trial. In The Metamorphosis, the anonymous force is whatever, or whoever, changed Gregor Samsa into an insect. In The Trial, the struggle is more complex. Joseph K struggles to find the true meaning behind his arrest. He searches for answers related to his case, but no one can give him a clear answer as to why he was arrested. Not even the inspector that arrested him, "These gentlemen here and myself have no standing whatever in this affair of

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    If You Get Arrested

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    actually get into the police station then you always have the right to be treated humanely and with respect, to see the written codes governing your rights and how you are treated, to know why you have been arrested, to have someone notified of your arrest and to consult with a lawyer privately. Always remenber do not panic. You cannot be locked up indefinitely.The police sometimes keep you isolated and waiting in the cell to 'soften you up'. Above all else, try to keep calm. The police can only

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    The Case of Adrian Navarro-Canales

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    police discovered the bloody bodies in the apartment, they launched a manhunt to find Navarro-Canales that extended to the U.S. - Mexican border. About a week later, they found him in a strip mall nine miles from the apartment without him resisting arrest. Police believe that the killings happened on September 17 after they celebrated Navarro-Canales’s birthday a day before, and found the dead bodies on September 20. Adrian Navarro-Canales’s cousin came out and told investigators that Navarro-Canales

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    having to make decisions on how to handle a specific situation alone, or without immediate supervision. In other words, police discretion is the choice the officer has on how he or she enforces the law. Discretion in law enforcement includes whom to arrest, whom to investigate, whom to talk to, and whom to interview (Pollock, 2014). Use of discretion

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    California VS Peterson

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    the arrest of Scott Lee Peterson. The court found that the District Attorney’s office did, in fact, have probable cause to bring Scott Peterson in. The Judge specifically addressed bail in the warrant. No bail was granted. April 18, 2003 at 1110 hours, Scott Peterson was arrested at the Torrey Pines Golf Course, in Sand Diego County, California. At the time of his arrest, Peterson had colored his hair blonde, grown a beard and mustache, and was carrying $15,000.00 in cash. During his arrest police

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    John Lewis Turning Points

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    Lewis states, “February 27, 1960 was my first arrest. The first of many” (Lewis and Aydin 1: 103). (See figure 1) John Lewis was not afraid of being arrested for doing the right thing. At this moment, the Nashville students were still trying to desegregate the department store lunch counters. Lewis

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    In the film, Wolf of Wall Street directed by Martin Scorsese, the root conflict that moves the action is a person vs. self conflict. The main character, Jordan Belfort, has only one goal, not to make the investors money, but to make himself money, and he will do anything to achieve that. He even goes as far as to sell investors stocks that he knows for sure that are garbage. While him doing this is completely legal, it is very unethical and causes Jordan to battle heavily with drugs and alcohol,

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    The Newest Technology in Law Enforcement

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    that the gadget/technology has provided more eyes on the road and made the job more effective. According to the California police department, the license plate reader enabled it to retrieve 275 stolen vehicles in a period of six months and make 50 arrests within the same time; these would not have been possible without the help of the technology. The system is also employed by the Border control officers whereby vehicles coming in are automatically registered and stored in the database. (Hanlon 2007)

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    Observation Report On November 17th, 2016 from the hours of 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm, I had the opportunity to take part in a ride along with the Marietta police department. I chose to do a ride along because I believed it was the most interesting choice, and the choice that would require the most of me to step out of my comfort zone. As someone in the internet generation, I believe we are given a lot of false information and representation of police officers. Because of this, I wanted to have the opportunity

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