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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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    Bad Cops: The Victims´ Miranda Rights

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    think differently and have second thoughts about them. People on social media sites like YouTube put up those videos of cops who are caught on tape in the act of wrongdoings. Those videos show a lot of cops who aren’t doing their job right. Some cops arrest people without saying the Miranda rights. Some just barge right into peoples’ home without a consent form. Some even take things too far like beating up people when they’re clearly showing that they surrendered. If I have the power to change one thing

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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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    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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    on the street, in a bathroom, or downtown, and or at a sporting event. Discuss the legal implications of the term in custody. If a person is in custody, under arrest, the police have to read them the Miranda Rights, especially if they want to question them and use it as evidence in their trial. If the person is not in custody, under arrest, the Miranda warning is not required and information the person gives will be used in a trial if the person is charged with the crime committed. In custody is

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    death penalty

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    the punishment will not be applied. •     Premeditated: Persons who commit murder and other crimes of personal violence either premeditate them or they do not. If the crime is premeditated, the criminal ordinarily concentrates on escaping detection, arrest, and conviction. The threat of even the severest punishment will not deter those who expect to...

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    Special Tribunal for Lebanon

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    The office of the Prosecutor is headed by the main prosecutor for the Tribunal, Normal Farrell, originally of Canada. This office has many responsibilities including the continued investigation of the crimes in question and the prosecution of all those indicted. The office must investigate the events leading up to, occurring and following February 14, 2005 that are or may be associated with the plot to assassinated Rafiq Hariri and all those crimes that the Security Council says falls within the

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    investigate any dangerous conditions that could harm anyone. Police officers are supposed to stop crime as much as possible and make sure everyone is safe. But now a days, numerous officers are the ones causing the problems. When an officer is making an arrest, he or she must either have witnessed the crime, have evidence

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    Norman

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    6. Describe the social wrongs that led to the circumstances of Norman, according to Lydia Child. In November of 1843, Amelia Norman of New Jersey was arrested for the attempted murder of successful merchant, Henry S. Ballard. The defendant claimed to be a victim of seduction, which in the mid-nineteenth century was a felonious crime punishable by anywhere from 5-20 years in prison (Murray 5) and defined as "the act of a male person in having intercourse with a woman of chaste character under promise

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    been violated under the Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (“ECHR”).However, House of Lords have allowed an appeal holding that the police officer had the common law power of the search based on the execution of a warrant of the arrest. Material facts: The respondant Mr Rottman was a German businessman who suspected of an offence of a fraud arrested a few yards from the front door after he was seen in a car with his family entering the driveway of a property in High Wycombe. Later

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