CARDIAC ARREST
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...Arrest What is Cardiac Arrest? Cardiac arrest is not a disease really unknown to people, it is a health threat people have been facing sincedecades. Cardiac arrest can be described as a dysfunction of heart functioning due to the interruption in its normal working pattern. When the heart’s sustenance is at risk, it cannot pump anymore blood to the human system and hence the body dies. The heart breakdown can have various symptoms in humans, but the extreme tension on this organ can invariably lead to cardiac arrest and finally death. The heart is an organ working on electrical mechanism, and all the organs of the body receive blood from heart. According to (Medicin net)“The heart... is an...
Constitutional Law: Arrest
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...Arrest Number Introduction Even in the absence of wrongdoing, a law enforcement officer may approach someone and initiate a conversation with him, and the constitution will still not have been violated. This is as long as an individual remains free to end the discussion and walk away. As long as the individual has these freedoms, the experience can be best dismissed as consensual encounter. Interestingly, these freedoms are the factors that may define what an arrest, a stop and a simple encounter are. An Arrest Simply put, an arrest is the act of depriving an individual his liberty, in relation to aid an investigation, prevent an impending crime or to present the arrestee before... Constitutional Law:...
Likelihood of Arrest
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...arrest in Chicago? Does one’s race affect their socioeconomic standing and thus their likelihood of arrest in Chicago? In previous studies, it has been established that there have been correlations between an individual’s race, their socioeconomic status and their likelihood to be arrested (Gilbert 69). Traditionally, the blacks are more likely to be arrested than the whites. The police played a role in encouraging racial violence by either encouraging or taking no action against the mobs (Rosich 1). Over the years there have been law enforcement policies to protect the minority communities from unfair police... Is there a correlation between an Individual’s socioeconomic status and likelihood of...
House Arrest: Annotated Bibliography
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...Arrest: Annotated Bibliography Thesis ment: House arrest and electronic monitoring is an effectivemeans of punishment as an alternative to incarceration. Civic Research Institute. (2010). House Arrest/Home Detention. Probation and Parole Law Reports. A short article considering the right of due process as it applies to a particular case of house arrest that has no broader application. In the case being presented (Gonzalez-Fuentes v. Molina), the Puerto Rico Corrections Administration initially released a number of prisoners into a home release program that used electronic monitoring. A number of inmates who were released were not eligible for the program and were subsequently arrested... ? House Arrest:...
From Arrest to Adjudication
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...Arrest to Adjudication Unit The Fourth Amendment of United s constitution s that peoplehave the right to be safe in their houses, effects and papers, as well as against unreasonable searches and seizures. Additionally, there are no warrants to be issued, unless there is a probable cause, as well as supported by an oath, describing the person, place or things to be seized and searched. This essay explores the process by which a search warrant is issued and sought, in regard to Fourth Amendment requirements. It also defines the probable cause and explains the standard by which such a cause is met. Additionally, it also describes and discusses two types of searches where police officers do... ? From Arrest...
Mandatory Arrest for Domestic Violence
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...Arrest for Domestic Violence Mandatory Arrest for Domestic Violence of the Policy: The Mandatory arrest for domestic violence is a criminal procedure law which would requires the police to make arrests in domestic violence cases when there is probable cause to do so, regardless of the wishes of the victim. Where the evidence establishes probable cause to believe that a misdemeanor or felony was committed, the police are prohibited from even asking the victim about whether to arrest the alleged abuser. Before mandatory arrest programs in the US were implemented, law enforcement authorities were not allowed to arrest individuals suspected of domestic violence (Hoctor, p. 644). Hoctor (p. 644... ?Mandatory...
Electronic Monitoring/ House Arrest Exercise
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...Arrest Exercise al Affiliation Electronic Monitoring/House Arrest Exercise Personal Belief on Whether Electronic Monitoring and/or House Arrest is a Severe Enough Sanction/Punishment One strongly believes that the effectiveness of a pretrial supervision program depends on an interplay of factors. First of all, electronic monitoring has been described as allowing “the release of a person into the community, during what could otherwise been time in jail, and obliging the individual to record his or her whereabouts at all times or on regular intervals using electronic or telecommunication devices” (Duhaime, n.d., p. 1). Likewise, Alarid (2015) defines house arrest... as “a community-based...
THERAPUTIC HYPOTHERMIA POST CARDIAC ARREST
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...ARREST Lecturer: THERAPUTIC HYPOTHERMIA POST CARDIAC ARREST Introduction In the delivery of roles as nurses, there are several skills, competences and knowledge that must come to play. Sehati (2009) noted that the levels of these skills, competence and knowledge are very crucial for ensuring successful delivery of service as professional nurses. However, a nurse would really not have a sense of advancement in the execution of these skills, competence and knowledge if there are not concrete methodologies with which the duties they carry out are adequately measured. In this, Arcure and Harrison (2009) noted several means by which nurses can adequately... School: THERAPUTIC HYPOTHERMIA POST CARDIAC ARREST ...
Unexpected cardiac arrest during anaesthesia
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...arrest. ACLS was initiated, and the patient was brought to the recovery room. In the recovery room, the patient was intubated and was placed on ventilator. At this juncture, the patient needed a transfer to higher level of care to a hospital, where more intensive therapy can be initiated to tend to the patient's needs. Care Issues In this practice environments, the act of intubating a patient sets off a cascade of events that quickly take the patient out... Informatics Project Introduction Case This is the case of an 80-year-old male who recently underwent a cataract surgery and intraocular lens implant. During surgery, while in the operating room in a day surgery centre, the patient had a cardiac...
Search and/or Arrest Warrant
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...arrested once for theft, once for assault... Affidavit for probable cause AFFIDAVIT FOR PROBABLE CAUSE MURDER THE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF SMITH I Marcus Jerveybeing duly sworn, upon my pledge, state that I have a valid motive to believe, and do believe, afore the making of this declaration, that, on or about the day of, 17TH March 2015___, defendant LANCE D. HARMSTRONG, illegally murdered Justin Bleeber, this is based on the facts that the victim’s neighbor PROST E. TUTE stated that the suspect was seen acting strangely on the day the victim went missing. This was also confirmed by doctor Gypan’s examination into the scene. Also BRADLEY PITTS a neighbor provided the facts that he had seen defendant LANCE D....
Constitutional Law: Search Incident to Arrest
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...Arrest The United s v. Pope On August, 16th 2009, Officer Ken Marcus was called upon to attend from a complaint (Pope 2014). There was loud music and there was the use of a public address system. The events append in El Dorado national part in a large gathering of people (Pope 2014). Additionally, the events were recorded in a video which makes any incidence in the event undisputed. Officer Marcus was the only officer on the scene which made him careful in his approach in case on any confrontations. Pope confronted Officer Marcus after he arrested one of his friends and he was at the back of the patrol car (Pope 2014). Officer Marcus asked Pope if he had... Constitutional Law: Search Incident to...
Arrest by Force: K-9 Bite & Hold
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...arrest he was exposed to illegal cruelty by being bitten by a police dog. Due to this, the plaintiff pursues damages that he received from the City of Minnetonka and its police captains. He claims the state of negligence and assault while says that the officers dishonoured his civil rights. However, the ruling was in favour of the officers and the state... Bite and hold vs find and bark affiliation Bite and hold vs find and bark All over the domain of police force K9 training, each individual involved seems to have different opinions on the right, or proper, way to deploy a police force dog in the constraints of an illegal apprehension situation, in case it is on the street or in training. For a long...
Induced Hypothermia in Post Cardiac Arrest
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...Arrest Introduction Survival happens very rarely in a post cardiac arrest and of those who do survive there is however a high incidence of anoxic brain injury. Such injury or what is termed as the widespread cerebral ischemia normally results in severe neurologic damage. A number of authors (Felberg et al 2001; Bernard et al 2003) agree that this neurologic damage is the result of not only the cerebral anoxia occurring during the cardiac arrest, but also the reperfusion injury occurring with the return of spontaneous circulation. Correspondingly, their studies provide sufficient evidence in the literature that supports the use of induced hypothermia to prevent... Induced Hypothermia in Post Cardiac...
Juvenile Rights at Time of Arrest.
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...arrest: Introduction: Juvenile rights at the time of arrest were not identified or respected like adults’ rights wereuntil 1967, when Gerald Francis Gault, a 15 year old juvenile was accused of having made an indecent phone call to a neighbor of his (Kita, 2010). Without much investigation, he was imprisoned until he turned 21. This can be attributed to the fact that the laws and rules were not very favorable for juveniles and their rights were subdued. However, a lot of legal agencies made a lot of effort to rescue the innocent imprisoned child. Finally, the United States Supreme Court decided to equalize the rights of juveniles and adults under the 14th amendment... ?Juvenile rights at the time of...
Arrest warrants/probable cause/legal searches
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...Arrest Warrants Probable Causes, Search, and Arrest Warrants Arrest warrants differ across regions depending on the legal and structural framework of the place. They offer a suspect the benefit of doubt and freedom of privacy on grounds of a property such as homes, cars, and storage compartments among many other things. When police officers or other authoritative institutions mandated to enforce the law, suspect a person and have viable information to support their cause, a judge can issue a warrant. Warrants are a legal documentation stating that the need to ensure safety of other people from the suspect is upheld. The grounds of issuing warrants are set and explained... Probable Causes, Search, and...
Induced Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest
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...ARREST Induced Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest of INDUCED THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA AFTER CARDIAC ARREST 2 Abstract Cardiac arrest is quite common in many countries of world including United States, where about 325, 000 reported deaths have been recorded per year according to the study published by Bau P. (2010). Many patients undergoing cardiac arrest, ultimately survive as a result of resuscitation efforts but show a poor quality of neurological functioning due to ischemic injuries following hypoxia especially in brain. Induced therapeutic hypothermia is a technique that can help to prevent brain ischemia and prevent neurological damage... ?INDUCED THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA AFTER CARDIAC...
Induced Theraputic Hypothermia after Cardiac Arrest
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...ARREST Induced Therapeutic Hypothermia After Cardiac Arrest of University INDUCED THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA AFTER CARDIAC ARREST 2 Abstract Cardiac arrest is quite common in many countries of world including United States, where about 325, 000 reported deaths have been recorded per year according to the study published by Bau P. (2010). Many patients undergoing cardiac arrest, ultimately survive as a result of resuscitation efforts but show a poor quality of neurological functioning due to ischemic injuries following hypoxia especially in brain. Induced therapeutic hypothermia is a technique that can help to prevent brain ischemia... INDUCED THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA AFTER CARDIAC...
Use of mild hypothermia after cardiac arrest
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...Arrest to Improve the Neurological Outcome Paper Review 2 Paper Review of a Dissertation The doctoral dissertation made by Robin Smith was about students with disability. It was a multiple case study type of qualitative research that also incorporated elements of grounded theory and content analysis. The author focused on 5 high school students Gerald, Trish, Nick, Tyrone... Paper Review Running Head: PAPER REVIEW Paper Review of a Dissertation and Study Format on the Use of MildHypothermia after Cardiac...
Inequalities in Arrest Rates of Minorities
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...Arrest Rates of Minorities Prospectus of Inequalities in Arrest Rates of Minorities Over the last 25 years, the level of criminal injustices among the African American youths increased drastically. Many Negro youths engaged themselves into criminal activities that landed them into correctional facilities giving rise to a degree of racial inequalities amongst the blacks within American prisons. This prospectus seeks to establish the cause of these criminal activities among the African American youths and what relevant measures to take in order to burry social injustices in this minority community. This paper will carry out research within American... 623833_revised.docx Prospectus of Inequalities in...
Constitutional Rights before and after Arrest
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...arrest Sandra Clay Kellie Callahan POL:303: The American Constitution Constitutional rights before and afterarrest The theory of the United States Constitution was initially a resultant from the suppression of the general public who once suffered and tolerated the British rule. Rights were formed by the circlet and only were applied to those people the kingdom felt commendable. When charged of law-breaking, a civilian had very restricted defense and assurances of justice and appropriate procedure. In an attempt to offer definite and assured constitutional rights to individuals blamed of a wrongdoing, the Constitutional Alterations referred to the rights... ? Constitutional rights before and after arrest...
Legal Rights Before and After Arrest
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...Arrest Legal Rights Before and After Arrest Introduction According to the most commonly heard definition, a crime is that activity that calls for prosecution under the law books of the land. However, a deeper analysis proves that this definition is too superficial, and in fact, it is not an easy task to define the boundaries of law. The first problem, according to Rosiers and Bittle (2004) is that law does have a strong social basis. In other words, the law of a land is shaped by the ideals of the society in which it operates. As a result, new and new crimes appear in the statute books from time to time, and again, the law of a land gets significantly different... ? Legal Rights Before and After Arrest...
Effect of suspect race on officers' arrest decisions
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...Arrest Decisions” by T.R Kochel, D.B Wilson and S.D Mastrofski, is a research paper that addresses and examines the fact whether US police officers’ decisions to arrest an individual depends on matters of racial discrimination. The hypothesis of the research is that the police officers, in the USA, indulge in racial discrimination in cases of arresting individuals for crimes. Due to this method of racial profiling followed by the police force, Blacks are arrested more than the Whites for a given set of crimes. This racial profiling is more in case of trivial crimes but less so for serious crimes. The dependent and independent... ?Article Evaluation The article “Effect of Suspect Race on Officers’ Arrest...
THERAPUTIC HYPOTHERMIA FOR NEUROPROTECTION POST ADULT CARDIAC ARREST
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...arrest Introduction Everyone aspires for good health and vitality but there are several factors that prevent us from achieving this on a constant and periodic basis as we most desire. Encounters with various forms of diseases affect the normal way in which the body should function, taking away that critical element of good health and vitality. Indeed, there are diseases that come and go in no time but there are others that come and stay with us for long, living highly consequential health risks on us. One of such dysfunctions is cardiac arrest in adults, which has been identified to leave most patients with risk of ischemic injury... Therapeutic hypothermia for neuroprotection in post adult cardiac...
Therapeutic Hypothermia for Cardiopulmonary Arrest in the Pediatric Patient
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...arrest has been applied in children and adults. In pediatric cases, it has been applied in cardiac arrest as well as neonates with birth asphyxia. Therapeutic hypothermia involves the cooling of a comatose patient to a core body temperature of 32-34oC for a period of 12-24 hours (Elizabeth et al 300). According to the American Association Guidelines, the procedure should only be done if the patient remains in a coma state following the return of spontaneous circulation. Numerous studies have been done to identify the risks and benefits associated with this procedure. The paper also adds on the patient suitable for this treatment modality... . The paper also seeks to dwell on the mechanistic of...
The Arrest of Shiite Cleric Nimr Al-Nirm
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...Arrest of Shiite Cleric Nimr Al-Nirm Executive Summary The arrest of Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nirm in his home town in Eastern Saudi Arabia has a serious repercussion in the Kingdom itself. He is the self proclaimed spiritual leader of the protest movement in the Eastern part of the country. He has been a vocal critic of the ruling family and the royal family as a whole. Despite his perceived radicalism, he has always advocated for a peaceful resistance. Use of peaceful means of resistance like peaceful demonstrations and civil disobedience are the means he advocates. His arrest could plunge the kingdom into sectarian violence as he has a substantial following (Press... Diplomatic Brief: Saudi Arabia The...
House Arrest
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...? number Harassment is a practice of occupational discrimination that infringes VII of the 1964 Civil RightsAct, the 1990 ADA (Americans with Disabilities) and the 1967 Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).The Congress of United States in 1964 approved Title VII in the Civil Rights Act that forbade prejudice at the place of employment based on color, race, religion, sex and national origin. This afterwards became the lawful basis for the early harassment decree. The system of forming workplace strategies forbidding harassment was initiated in 1969, after the United States Department of Defense drew up a HGC (Human Goals Charter), instituting a guidelines of equal reverence for both... number...
House Arrest
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... number Harassment is a practice of occupational discrimination that infringes VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the 1990 ADA (Americans with Disabilities) and the 1967 Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).The Congress of United States in 1964 approved Title VII in the Civil Rights Act that forbade prejudice at the place of employment based on color, race, religion, sex and national origin. This afterwards became the lawful basis for the early harassment decree. The system of forming workplace strategies forbidding harassment was initiated in 1969, after the United States Department of Defense drew up a HGC (Human Goals Charter), instituting a guidelines of equal reverence for both... number...
Inequalities in Arrest Rates of Minorities: Focused Upon African Americans
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...Arrest Rates of Minorities Introduction Over the last 25 years, the level of criminal injustices among the African American youths increased drastically. Many African American youths engaged themselves in criminal activities that landed them into correctional facilities giving rise to a degree of racial inequalities amongst the blacks within American prisons. This prospectus seeks to establish the cause of these criminal activities among the African American youths and what relevant measures should be taken to burry social injustices in this minority community. This paper will carry out research within American penitentiary facilities to find out the factors leading... ? Prospectus of Inequalities in...
Iraqi arrest perpetrators of saydet al najat church
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...arrested. Residents of the neighborhood that saw the October 31st attacks launched fireworks and played patriotic songs in cafes, shops and residences. Al-Qaeda leader arrested The Iraqi Ministry of Interior announced the arrest of the terrorist cell that gets believed to be responsible for the attack that targeted... ? Terrorist Attack Background Sunday morning 31st October will forever be etched in my mind. As my norm, I got up and preparedmy family for mass. Together with my husband and one child we always anticipate this day of the week as it is a day to give thanks to the maker. This did not turn out to be a normal day as planned. My husband was reluctant to get to church that fateful morning. This...
Criminal Procedure as Regards Arrest, Interrogation, and Identification Procedures
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...Arrest, Interrogation, and Identification Procedures HERE] HERE] Abstract The decision of the United States Supreme Court in Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436 (1966) meant that police officers were henceforth required to read all arrested persons a “Miranda warning”, in which it was agreed by all parties that certain rights were guaranteed to the accused under the United States Constitution. Taken in a singular context, the Miranda warning is an easy to understand and straightforward statement. However, when dealing with persons of diminished mental capacity, these statements can be drastically reinterpreted to have different meanings than... ? Response Paper Number Two: Criminal Procedure as Regards...
A Comparative Analysis between House Arrest, Electronic Monitoring, and Shock Probation
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...Arrest, Electronic Monitoring, and Shock Probation The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to define and discuss house arrest, electronic monitoring, and shock probation, and (2) to compare and contrast house arrest, electronic monitoring, and shock probation and determine their effectiveness. A Comparative Analysis between House Arrest, Electronic Monitoring, and Shock Probation Introduction Criminal sanctions are imposed to offenders as part of their criminal responsibility. During the 1800s, the rise of science and the development of positivist criminology have led to the development of more humane probation (Clear, Cole, & Reisig, 2009, p... ? A Comparative Analysis between House...
Pre-hospital care the effects of adequate chest compression to cardiac arrest patients
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...Arrest and Chest Compression Cardiac Arrest Cardiac arrest involves sudden stoppage of the heart with compromise to the circulation and normal breathing and may lead to sudden death if not managed meticulously. In the case of a cardiac arrest, cardiopulmonary resuscitation should be as fast as possible to save the vital areas. It is necessary for all rescuers to understand the anatomy and pathophysiology of cardiac arrest so as to be able to save lives. Chest compression refers to the technique of restoring the cardiac activity manually in case of heart attack or cardiac arrest. The purpose of this manoeuvre is to restore normal cardiac rhythm necessary for adequate perfusion of tissues... Cardiac...
First topic is (Arrest Discretion) & the second is (The war on Drugs)
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...Arrest Discretion Chapter six focuses on police officers’ method of using arrest discretion when determining if a person should be placed under arrest. Many factors are considered when the officer decides who should go to jail. The police often use arrest discretion based on the situation. Arrest discretion is often used in cases where the officer believes that other alternatives are better than placing the individual under arrest. An incident where arrest discretion was used occurred during a situation of suspected, physical child abuse. A juvenile was beaten by his...
Does induce Therapeutic Hypothermia Impact Neurologic Function and Improve Patients Outcome post cardiac arrest
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...arrest patients Introduction According to Gal, Slevak and Seidlova (2009), severe neurological impairments because of cardiac arrest with widespread cerebral ischemia are prevalent among residents of the United States today. The use of therapeutic hypothermia to assist patient recover from the post cardiac arrest effects have been extensively studied and established. Therapeutic hypothermia, also known as protective hypothermia is a common treatment used to lower the body temperatures of patients to help them from contracting ischemic injury to their tissues that occurs when the body is predisposed to insufficient blood flow... ? Therapeutic hypothermia impacts of neurological function of post cardiac...
Due process is sufficient to protect a suspect's human rights (Discuss:focus on Arrest/custody/interview)
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...Arrest/Custody Interview) Introduction The police are ized to stop, interrogate and make a search on a case to case basis. This scenario often leads to an arrest if the police officer strongly suspects that a particular individual has committed a crime. Once at the police station, the police personnel who will handle the interrogation must adhere with the rules and regulations set forth by the Ministry of Justice regarding the rights of the arrested person. Such rights primarily include getting free legal advice from a solicitor who is on duty or the detainee’s own private solicitor (Legal Services Commission, n.d... ? Due Process is Sufficient to Protect a Suspect’s Human Rights (Discuss: Focus on...
Why is a 'Frisk' Considered a Search and an 'Arrest' Considered a Seizure
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...arrest” considered a seizure? => As mentioned in the previous chapter, “A frisk is a limited pat-down search for weapons for the protection of the government agent and others. It is not automatically permitted with a stop, but only when the agent suspects the person is armed and dangerous” (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 212). This is within the definition of a search which means the “examination of a person, place or vehicle for contraband or evidence of a crime” (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 195-6). When a police officer pats-down a detained person in search for possible dangerous or illegal possessions, obviously, the detainee... History and Political Science Why is a “frisk” considered a search and an...
Define, discuss, and compare/contrast 1) house arrest, 2) electronic monitoring, and 3) shock probation including their effectiveness
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...Arrest, Electronic Monitoring, and Shock Probation The essay aims toaddress a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to define and discuss house arrest, electronic monitoring, and shock probation, and (2) to compare and contrast house arrest, electronic monitoring, and shock probation and determine their effectiveness. A Comparative Analysis between House Arrest, Electronic Monitoring, and Shock Probation Introduction Criminal sanctions are imposed to offenders as part of their criminal responsibility. During the 1800s, the rise of science and the development of positivist criminology have led to the development of more humane probation (Clear, Cole, & Reisig, 2009, p... A Comparative Analysis between House...
The Arrest Of Vessels Has Long Proven To Be A Controversial Exercise In The Law Of England And Wales
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...arrest of vessels has long proven to be a controversial exercise in the law of England and Wales Effectiveness of arrest procedures in the UK and the possibilities for future reforms Leena [Pick the date] Acknowledgements Table of Contents Acknowledgement 1. Introduction a. Synopsis b. Aims and objectives c. Scope of work 2. Literature review a. Arrest of vessels b. Laws in UK, Canada and US c. Procedures d. Conflicts 3. Approach and Methods a. Case studies 4. Analysis and reflective learning (Observe, plan, act, evaluate, reflect) 5. Conclusion 6. Reflective review 7. Bibliography 1. Introduction a) Synopsis Pre-judgement security of claims and post-judgement execution of a suit... of the...
How has EMS [Emergency Medical Services] impacted the survival rate of cardiac arrest patients in the prehospital setting.
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...arrest patients in the pre-hospital setting? Outline I. Introduction a. Brief outline about Emergency Medical Services about its role in pre-hospital care. b. Presentation of cardiac arrest patients and the usual clinical scenarios. c. Pathophysiological implications of the findings and their significance to survival in the cardiac arrest patients d. Implications of emergency pre-hospital interventions in transit e. Modification the prognosis of cardiac arrest. II. Review of Literature a. Relevant literature to demonstrate the roles of Emergency Medical Services in attending to cardiac arrest patients. b. Pathophysiology... How has EMS [Emergency Medical Services] impacted the survival rate of cardiac...
Give an example of false imprisonment. How does false imprisonment differ from kidnapping? How does it differ from false arrest?
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...arrest in the sense that while false imprisonment generally involves the imprisonment of an individual by a detective or an officer of the law, false arrest does not necessarily ends in imprisonment. False arrest is an arrest of person or persons without legal authority, while false imprisonment has legal authority to a certain... ?False Imprisonment False imprisonment is the scenario that arises when an individual or a group of individuals restrains another person unlawfully and deprives this person of his or her freedom. False imprisonment is a kind of tort that a person is restrained against his or her will. In false imprisonment, the restrained person does not have any means of escape and the...
How does the courts interpretation of due process affect police practices related to search, arrest and interrogation?
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...arrest and interrogation?  Court plays an integral role in criminal trials and paving way for the course of justice, however, a court’s interpretation is not only restricted till punishing the perpetrator of the delinquent act but also pays an important in other facets of the trial. These facets involve police practices such as issuing search and arrest warrants, and even the process interrogation is contingent upon the interpretations made during the proceedings. (Scheb, 2008, P.p 10-15) It should be further noted that by initiating the process of prosecution the court has undertaken... ? s US Criminal Justice How does the court’s interpretation of due process affect police practices related to search,...
Discuss the evidence, or lack of evidence, that exists to support the use of adrenaline (epinephrine) in cardiac arrest in pre-hospital setting (ambulance work)
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...arrest remain controversial" (412-414). It appears that when... Adrenaline," in the synthetic form called epinephrine, "has been used for heart problems for about 100 years" (EMS, 2004). Its effect is to constrict blood vessels and boost blood pressure, thereby restarting the circulation. Adrenaline is often administered as a secondary measure, "when shocking the heart with a defibrillator fails to revive the patient" {AP, 2004). However, physicians conducting a two-year study at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (BMJ, 1995) found that paramedics specially trained and allowed to administer various drugs to cardiac patients outside of hospital had no substantially greater success or improved survival...
Treatments for Parkinsons disease are not able to either arrest nor completely cure the onset of the condition. Explain what problems prevent successful treatment of people suffering from Parkinsons disease.
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...arrest nor completely cure the onset of the condition. This paper seeks to discuss the problems that prevent successful treatment of people suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Successfully treating... Challenges in Successfully Curing Parkinson’s disease CHALLENGES IN SUCCESSFULLY CURING PARKINSON’S DISEASE Parkinson’s disease isknown scientifically to be a degenerative and progressive neurological illness that affects an individuals’ body movement control. The disease is not contagious and is believed to be caused by genetic factors in a small proportion of these cases. The resulting symptoms of the disease are thought to be as a result of progressive nerve cell degeneration, especially for neurons...
CJUS 420 DB3
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...arrest Ayers In this case, the police did not have a probable cause to arrest Ayers because they had no evidence linking him to the crime. Prior to his arrest, the police should have conducted enough investigation to ensure that they arrest the real culprit. The police had little facts or evidence to believe that Ayers was the real criminal who robbed a person at a knifepoint. Further, evidence gathered or analyzed in manipulation of the defendant’s constitutional rights is at times inadmissible for prosecution of a criminal in a law court. This means the police had no right to arrest and detain Ayers for several days without... Probable cause Probable cause Did the police have probable cause to arrest...
Criminal Justice Essay
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...arrest and, depending on the type of arrest which has been executed, awards criminal justice authorities the right to detain suspects for questioning or, possibly, to hold them in custody. A fuller explanation of thiszxz necessitates the definition of, and the clarification of the differences between, all of arrest, formal arrest, detainment and custody. Generic legal definitions of the concept of arrest asset it to be the deprivation of freedom, including the possible retention into custody, by a law enforcement authority. Section 29-06-01, NDCC defines arrest as follows: An arrest is the taking of a person into custody in the manner authorized... Criminal law distinguishes between different types of...
Preliminary Investigations
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...arrest of Johnson was handled, the arrest serves as a specific recent case example in the U.S that is essential in examining the preliminary investigations for an arrested suspect. Johnson is a University of Virginia black student who was arrested on mid-March 2015 who was arrested by officers from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) located in Charlottesville (King, 2015). Although Johnson sustained injuries during his arrest prompting demonstrations among students and criticism of police brutality across... the society divide, the facts of those allegations are yet to be confirmed. His arrest however, provides a good platform in assessing the preliminary...
Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1
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...arrest the person. Rather, the act of the police officer is done upon his or her suspicion that a crime may be undertaken because of a sense or reasonable belief that the person in question may be armed and presently dangerous. This was the decision that the courts reached when they read the facts... of the case as per the petition of John W. Terry, who was stopped and searched based upon a police officers observation and conclusion that Terry seemed to be casing a store for a potential robbery. This was the conclusion that the officer came to after Terry was observed to have exchanged information with other men who, together with Terry, would periodically peer into the store window and...
Terry v. Ohio
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...Arrest Stop and an Arrest In Terry v. Ohio, court laid down the rules in order to distinguish between a stop and an arrest. Even though there are confusions and issues, the following four factors lead to clear distinction between a stop and an arrest: Duration If the investigation is for a very short period of time, then it is considered to be a stop. A short duration would mean that the offices takes enough time to address basic questions such as name, personal details, address, personal identification proof, etc. If the investigation takes longer time than that is needed to address basic questions, then it is considered an arrest (Worrall & Hemmens, 2005). Purpose The purpose... for the...
History and Political Science
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...arrest.” => Technically, a person is considered under arrest once the Miranda warming is given to the person being arrested. This is because if the person is just under temporary detention or “stop,” no Miranda warning is required (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 240). Therefore, once the Miranda warning is issued, the person is already under arrest. Explain the difference between a stop and an arrest. => A stop is considered a “minimal interference” while an arrest is considered a “maximum interference” (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 232). Both a stop and an arrest are considered “seizures regulated by the Fourth Amendment... History and Political Science Explain at what point a person is considered “under...
Terry v. Ohio Case Brief
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...arrest the person. Rather, the act of the police officer is done upon his or her suspicion that a crime may be undertaken because of a sense or reasonable belief that the person in question may be armed and presently dangerous. This was the decision that the courts reached when they read the facts... of the case as per the petition of John W. Terry, who was stopped and searched based upon a police officer's observation and conclusion that Terry seemed to be casing a store for a potential robbery. This was the conclusion that the officer came to after Terry was observed to have exchanged information with other men who, together with Terry, would periodically peer into the store window and...
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