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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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    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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    Introduction: This paper was written to discuss the hot button topic, “Black Lives Matter.” Specifically, in regard to law enforcement. This has been an ongoing and controversial issue ever since the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. This is when the movement “Black Lives Matter,” was born, with the belief that blacks are treated unfairly by law enforcement. I, however, do not believe that blacks are treated any more unfairly by law enforcement than any other race.

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    Thesis on Murder

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    The media represented the murder of Mathew Shepard as the perfect example of a hate-crime. However, JoAnn Wypijewski, in her article titled “The Boys Life” (Wypijewski 1), takes a deeper look at the case of Mathew Shepard and comes up with a more accurate thesis on why violence occurs in most situations. At the end of her essay, she writes, “It's said that hate-crime laws symbolize a society's values. If that is true, it means gay people are recognized only in suffering, and straight people are left

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    crime control

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    For a long time, the law enforcement agents and the judicial systems have been using the crime control and the due process models in an effort to establish and maintain justice in the society. In as much as these two models operate hand in hand, they both have similarities as well as several differences in how they operate in the judicial system. They are very effective in the judicial system because they both work towards providing justice, creating a great impact in the judicial system in the society

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    You're driving more than 15 mph over the speed limit you are trying to make it home before curfew. Then at the last second as you turn a corner. You see a car turn on and take off after you very fast. A few seconds later you look in your rear view window and you see headlights and red and blue lights flashing. Your heart stops. The cop walks up to your window and asks you for your license. Then you realize you left your wallet with your Id in it at your friend's house. You finally get out of

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    Hurfville Road Case Study

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    1. OPERATION OF THE VEHICLE: The arrested advised while traveling northbound on Hurffville Road, he struck an "oil slick" causing him to rear end the back of a UPS style delivery vehicle. 2. ARRIVAL AT SCENE: Upon my arrival on the scene, I observed a blue Chevrolet with heavy front-end damage in the middle of the intersection. I made contact with both drivers who were out of their vehicles and standing on the side of the road. Both drivers reported no injuries at that time. As I was collecting

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    Do Celebrities Get Special Treatment?

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    One of the hottest things that exploded in the recent years was the invention of reality shows. Magazines, TV and blogs do nothing else but talk about this celebrities, most praise how they dress and how the handle daily routines. It has come to the point that some celebrities seem to have certain immunity. Why does it seem that they can get away with things that an average person will not even dare to do. Are they better than the average American, or is their behavior reasonable. What drives a

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    (the Butler) sending signals through the window using a candle. Through questioning he divulged that he was really doing a favour for his wife for the escaped criminal was his brother in-law.  Baffled by this Sir Henry and Watson went to go and arrest this villain, they reached him in time, but Selden managed to evade the authorities once more. Through remenents of a letter written to Sir Charles Baskerville prior to his death, it was written by a Miss Laura Lyons from Coombe Tracey.  She wrote

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      I couldn't believe it.  Apparently, because I choose to dress differently, I must be trashed all the time.  However, such is not the case.  Police assume we are trouble makers.  I have been stopped countless times, sworn at, and threatened by arrest, for simply standing on a street corner or holding a skateboard. Meanwhile, a handful of preppy teens stand by, doing the same thing, yet not getting a word towards them.  We are assumed to be on drugs and trouble makers, as well as Satanists,

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