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    takes place at the DMV, not the court, and focuses on license suspension and revocation. A DMV hearing is offered to those who have been pulled over for DUI and gives that person a chance to explain the situation and the details surrounding their arrest in an effort to keep their license from being suspended or revoked. A DMV hearing is highly recommended and will better your chances when it comes to keeping your license. It shows that you care and you want to take responsibility for your actions

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    The Federal Bureau of Investigation received its current name in 1935. To be in the FBI you must be: between 23 and 36 years old; in great physical shape; U.S. citizen; have a college degree; and at least three years professionally working. (Hamilton 4). One in twenty people that register for the FBI are accepted for the twenty weeks of training. (FBI Special 7). The FBI training academy is in Quantico, Virginia. The training that the Federal agents receive prepares them for real life situations

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    Racial Profiling in Today's Society

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    Racial Profiling in Today's Society Racial profiling is the tactic of stopping someone because of the color of his or her skin and a fleeting suspicion that the person is engaging in criminal behavior (Meeks, p. 4-5). This practice can be conducted with routine traffic stops, or can be completely random based on the car that is driven, the number of people in the car and the race of the driver and passengers. The practice of racial profiling may seem more prevalent in today’s society, but

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    The tale goes that in 1155 a Persian monk left his monastery cell to go for a walk on his walk he came across a plant unaffected by the scorching sun. He found it interesting because most plants around this time would wither away by the sun being that hot. He took a couple of the leaves and chewed on them as he walked, when he got back to the monastery he had a big smile on his face and was in the best mood. People say that for the rest of his life (sixty six years from then) until the day he died

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    County Florida. Pasco County warrant 2018CF002671CFAXWS count 1, DWLSR 3rd or subsequent offence (direct file) and count2, reckless driving (direct file) was confirmed by Dispatcher M. Rudy (989). Calvin was placed under arrest for the active warrant and a search incident to arrest was conducted. In Calvin’s left shorts pocket a case was discovered. The case contained three baggies of a crystal substance I believe to be methamphetamine due to my training and experience. The case also contained a

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    Minorities and Justice

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    regarding minorities within the justice system, there is an easily apparent disparity between the percentage of minorities per population incarcerated versus whites. Minorities have a far greater risk of being a participant in the judicial system through arrest or other circumstances and often receive harsher sentences. And minorities, blacks especially, are at greater risk of being subjected to capital punishment. There are several reasons for this: 1) Minorities tend to be undereducated when compared

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    Cpr Reflection Paper

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    CPR Training is an incredibly useful tool in life that if introduced into the classroom will save lives, secure jobs, and make society a much safer place. Some parents are skeptical about the idea of having their children trained in CPR, and they have reason to. Giving CPR to strangers, feeling pressured in tense situations, and being encouraged, even pressured, into giving CPR makes being trained in it a scary thing. However, with the Good Samaritan laws we have in place today, along with the knowledge

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    Business

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    Film Review of Gideon’s Trumpet “Gideon Trumpet” is one of the few films that treat the law as an extremely serious subject. The film presents a simple overview of its subject as occasional handyman and convicted petty thief Clarence Gideon. The film fails to fashion the protagonist into a likable hero. Consequently, Henry Fonda’s character is portrayed in a number of times as a blemished person. Having being forced into this circumstance, arrested and charged in the law courts, Gideon felt that

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    officers cannot be expected to make an arrest for every violation of the law they encounter. For example misdemeanor violations are generally handled differently than felony violations. Minor traffic violations may be handled differently based on the demeanor of the suspect. Patrol officers generally have the latitude to use discretion in a given situation (Bohm & Haley, 2012). Full enforcement is defined by the practice of police officers making an arrest for every violation they encounter

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    For example in the text, “Taser Controversy Refuses to Die” by author Matthew Davis, “...Chicago police halted deployment of Tasers in February after a teenager suffered cardiac arrest and a man died after being tunned”(7,1). Two individuals faced different results after being stunned, one had a heart attack and the other died. In “Taser Advises Police Not to Aim at Chest” it says, “Advocacy groups such as Amnesty International

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