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    fully implement protection the different factors stated will make for safer living. Works Cited Careless, J. (2012). Video evidence. Retrieved from http://www.cba.org/CBA/practicelink/leadership_technology/video_evidence.aspx Crime and arrest reports. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.dcjs.virginia.gov/about/spotlight/crimeReport/ Dutelle, A. (2010, January). Documenting the crime scene. Retrieved from http://www.evidencemagazine.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=184

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    Invisible Enemies in Kafka's The Trail A sudden intrusion disrupts Joseph's peaceful life and brings him in a battle of life and death. Unlike usual warfare, Joseph is combating the enemies who can neither be seen nor can fight back. Begin with the arrest and end with an execution, what judges the main character is not merely the invisible power but also the decaying law.i[i] One of the main ideas, "A Battle with Invisible Enemies," in The Trail could be applied to the situation of Joseph as it applies

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    Dont Talk To Cops

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    asking him a few innocent questions, and then releasing him. If the investigator becomes angry at your failure to cooperate and threatens you with arrest, stand firm. He cannot legally place you under arrest or enter your home without a warrent signed by a judge. If he indicates that he has such a warrent, ask to see it. A person under arrest, or located on premises to be searched, generally must be shown a warrent if he requests it and must be given to chance to read it. Without a warrent

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    The Innoncent Men

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    statement and discussed about the past 30 arrests and how the police have been making plenty of unwarranted arrests against the negros. I then asked one question to Tom. "Tom, do you believe you're innocent?" "No." He answered. "Why?" I asked, "Because I was drinking in public". After the jury went, discussed, came back and stated that Tom is to be placed on house arrest, and may continue to work under strict

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    Mercedez Barragan ENG113 Professor Renfro Essay #4 (final) Friends For Never So much can change in twenty years. Is anyone really willing to keep a commitment for that long? This short story After Twenty Years by O. Henry can be enjoyed by all audiences because of the stories crime and suspense. It was written between the years of 1902 and 1905; which effects the setting and plot of the story. This short story expresses a twenty year long commitment between two good old friends. This story appealed

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    I am writing you this letter because I am worried. My concerns are related to the subject of police brutality in Canada. I fear that a lot of citizens ignore how much this type of violence is present in our country and I am asking you to help educated them, as well as to put a stop to police brutality. This past couple of years, the number of crimes committed by the police have increased and proper consequences are not well imposed. Police officers are supposed to protect the citizens of the country

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    The officer has to decide in what way he is going to proceed the encounter with. The officer can get physical with the individual, he can just pretend he never heard anything and let it go, or he could find the simplest probable cause to make an arrest. It is similar to when police officers are dealing with assholes. They need to figure out if the individual is going to cooperate, question, or go against police authority. Territoriality is also an important key to understanding police work. It is

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    (C.R. 13, Order ¶ 15). The detectives managed to finally secure an arrest warrant for Archer during their wait. Id. After a lengthy wait, Archer ultimately arrived at his home in a black Prius in the early hours of August 19, 2016. Id. When questioned by the detectives, Archer admitted to owned the pick-up truck that had

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    The Police

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    behind him said, "This is the police. Down on the floor and hands on your head." "What’s going on?" "Are you Sidney Welch?" "Yes, who wants to know?" His arms were pinned behind his back and the cuffs clamped hard on his wrists. "You’re under arrest for the murder of Sally Jackson. Anything you say, can, be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney present during questioning. If you cannot afford one, a councilor will be appointed for you. Do you understand these

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    fear, intolerance, and frustration can cause people to first neglect, and then accept their personal responsibilities. John Proctor, a main protagonist in the story, realizes how dangerous the witchcraft accusations are when the court officials arrest his wife, Elizabeth, for witchcraft and attempted murder: “‘…The little crazy children are jangling the keys of the kingdom, and common vengeance writes the law!…I’ll not give my wife to vengeance!’’’ (Miller 77). John Proctor is fearful for his wife

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