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    Sheriff of Rothing Shire

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    nearly as attractive up close, what with all the missing teeth and small open sores. Looking me over again, she added, “On the run are you? Slavers after you?” “In a manner.” I rubbed a bug from my cheek. “What is the local authority here about?” “Sheriff. Sheriff of Rothing Shire. But don’t be counting on that brute for any assistance.” “And why is that?” “He’s a corrupt man, as they all are, and taxes us with little mercy. Worse, he exercises the Sheriff’s right of first bedding every spring at the wedding

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    continual debate among many about our local sheriffs of today. Many people believe that we should continue with the system of electing them as we do today. However, others think it would be best to hire them. If we began hiring the sheriffs based upon their credentials it would not only bring forth better sheriffs, but make getting rid of one easier too. Most sheriffs are only in power because they are liked around the area. Some places do not require their sheriffs to have any policing background. How

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    Sheriff Field Case Study

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    Is there anything that could justify Deputy Sheriff Fields, the SRO at Spring Valley High School, treating this teenage girl like this? In my opinion, I do not believe there is anything that could justify Deputy Sheriff Fields, the SRO at Spring Valley High School, with how he treated the teenage girl involved. School Resource Officer 's (SRO) work with community-based organizations that are suppose to prevent school violence and are trained in three specific roles: law related teacher, law enforcement

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    Journey's End by RC Sheriff Dearest Victoria, These last two months without you have been awful. We found out yesterday that the final attack is to be tomorrow, but I don’t wish for you to worry, the stress is no good for you or the baby and you must stay strong for the children and reassure them I will be fine. All of the men are starting to get nervous now, except for a few of the newer men who are slightly too enthusiastic, but I’m sure that will all soon change. Most of the men know what is

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    Don’t Shoot the Sheriff: An overview of Rastafarians and the Legal System Rastafarianism is a way of life… for many it is the only way of life. Growing up under a certain religion instills varying values and understandings into one’s moral fiber. These values are what shape a human’s character. In some countries, the government is trying to tell these peaceful people to disregard their upbringing and to conform to alien ways. Every religious sect has its own traditions and historical rituals

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    Officer Class in Journey’s End During the World War many people found themselves in mid filled trenches eating rations and living with a host of creatures including rats, mice and many insects. There was however a group of people who did not sleep so rough, the officers, no matter what rank of officer you were you would sleep in a quarters with other officers and not with the men and you would have your own personal cook. Although the living conditions were not up to standards with even

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    How does the Opening of Journey’s End grab the Audience’s Attention? R.C Sheriff’s “Journey’s End” is a piece of First World War literature and presents a realistic picture of life in the trenches as he had known it and a interpretation of the horrors from the war. It is set in 1918, and opens on Monday March 18th. It is placed in a dugout in the British Trenches before St Quentin. It is a powerful play expressing many different sides of the war from the death and fighting to the way the

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    At this point, the sheriff understands that Tom is not a coward and that Tom intends to shoot him. The sheriff pleads; “you would not kill the man to whom you owe your own life. Tom’s response is telling: You speak more truly than you know. I indeed owe my life to you”. And this takes the reader to a turning point in the story. Tom reveals angrily,” I am Cicely’s son Cicely whom you sold, with her child, to the speculator on his way to Alabama”. Sheriff Campbell finally grasps the enormity of his

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    Thomas' journey

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    silently groaned when he saw who it was through the broken window. He opened the door and there stood the sheriff in his full uniform and infamous smile. “Sheriff.” Brand greeted bluntly. “Brand Alistair,” he smiled, not affected by the mood of the other, “How are ya doing on this fine, sunny morning?” “Been worse, Sheriff,” with his voice still sharp, “What is it this time? How much?” Sheriff Curt’s smile dimmed as sympathy soaked through his face. He handed him the piece of paper that contained

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    Ewell since Scout had said that Jem had removed him from her. The sheriff, though argues that Mr. Ewell's death was accidental because he collapsed by his own on his knife. At first Atticus says that it's not necessary to pretend that Jem was innocent because he wants to set a good example for his children. “If this thing's

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