Reasonable Suspicion v. probable cause
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...suspicion" and "probable cause" “Reasonable suspicion is the legal standard by which a police officer has the right tobriefly detain a suspect for investigatory purposes and frisk the outside of their clothing for weapons” (Silverman, 2009). It is difficult for the crime investigating officers to gather all evidences before arresting a criminal. Circumstantial evidences may sometimes lead the police officers to detain suspected people for interrogation. At the same time the investigating officer should have reasonable evidences to arrest or detain a suspected person. For example, if a police officer notices blood marks or weapons inside a vehicle, he can arrest... Difference between "reasonable...
Difference between Reasonable Suspicion and Probable Cause
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...suspicion and probable cause Fill in Your name here Class title here Instructors name here August 19, 2011 The rights of the accused: Understanding the right to trial, warrant requirements and the difference between reasonable suspicion and probable cause Abstract: According to Article III, Section 2 of the United States Constitution the judicial power of the federal courts is quite limited. The largest amount of judicial power resting in the hands of the individual states as per the Constitution itself, in quoting the Constitution itself... ?Running header: THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED The rights of the accused: Understanding the right to trial, warrant requirements and the difference between reasonable...
That feeling of being under suspicion, You can't fight terrorism with racism.
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...suspicion, he acknowledges the need for ensuring security in public places even if it’s really inconvenient at times. He believes that society must be tolerant... Reaction on two articles about racism and terrorism The articles written by Varadarajan and King are both interesting for they present good arguments with a different perspective. Varadarajan’s article is about being a suspect simply because his physical profile resembles that of a Muslim.Indeed, only a good anthropologist could see the difference between a Muslim or an Indian. However, Varadajaran understands society’s behavior because the threat is so great that interests of the public must be preserved. Even if he himself suffers from...
The Founding Fathers Suspicion
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...?The United s has a government for the people and by the people. Our founding fathers saw the government as a representative type of government rather than a government ruled by the people through a direct democracy. James Madison wrote in the Federalist No. 63 that democracy’s defining principle “lies in the total exclusion of the people in their collective capacity.” (as cited from Ferrand, 1911, p. 422 ). Democracy to a representative type of government lies with rules and limitations provided in a written constitution and not based on a “mob” rule or the rule of the majority by themselves. During the 1700’s and 1800’s, people’s revolution was inherent and countries like the United States...
English Literature: Contemporary British Fiction - The rise in memory-fiction matches a rise in the suspicion of 'official histories'
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...suspicion of 'official histories'. Holocaust as apar excellence injuring event got the present importance only at the end of 1970th years. After during a quarter of century this topic was not preferred, at the end of 1960 in Germany this theme became popular first of all in connection with such events as Euqman process in Jerusalem. Then, in 1970, the four-serial television movie "Holocaust" was shown that made this theme so constant and general that it became a part of schools and higher educational institutions curricula. How often, even within one generation, we witness the change in treatment... English Literature: Contemporary British Fiction - The rise in memory-fiction matches a rise in the...
In his final inaugural address, President Roosevelt said: "We can gain no lasting peace if we approach [the USSR] with suspicion
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...suspicion and mistrust? President Roosevelt, in his final inaugural address, said, “We can gain no lasting peace if we approach [the USSR] with suspicion and mistrust - or with fear” (“Franklin D. Roosevelt”). The suspicion and mistrust for the USSR and the developing as well as the underdeveloped countries has historically caused America to involve herself in a lot of wars at different points in time. American economy has suffered huge losses as a result of these wars whereas the benefits obtained from this involvement have not contributed to the economic prosperity of America. Although this statement was made as part of his final inaugural address on 20... ?Should the USSR be approached without...
In his final inaugural address, President Roosevelt said: "We can gain no lasting peace if we approach [the USSR] with suspicion and mistrust - or with fear." Discuss the Cold War (or selected episodes) to analyze whether he was right.
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...suspicion and mistrust? President Roosevelt, in his final inaugural address, said, “We can gain no lasting peace if we approach [the USSR] with suspicion and mistrust - or with fear” (“Franklin D. Roosevelt”). The suspicion and mistrust for the USSR and the developing as well as the underdeveloped countries has historically caused America to involve herself in a lot of wars at different points in time. American economy has suffered huge losses as a result of these wars whereas the benefits obtained from this involvement have not contributed to the economic prosperity of America. Although this statement was made as part of his final inaugural address on 20 January... Should the USSR be approached without...
Essay 1 Cause and Effect
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...suspicion and views their sole intention is to course harm and suffering. Pelayo is a man who finds an old man with wings in his back yard. Pelayo calls his wife to see this amazing creature. The society... of unit The Way Our Society Treat Foreigners a Reflection from An old Man with Enormous Wings. Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a renowned novelist who liked to use magic realism to document what was happening in the society. The society reacts differently to foreigners and has varied and vast views towards people that are considered outsiders. Gabriel Garcia Marquez presents the views of the society towards outsiders in the short story the old man with enormous wings. The society treats outsiders with su...
A very old man with enormous wings. Does the way the old man is treated have anything to do with the way our society treats foreigners?
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...suspicion and views their sole intention is to course harm and suffering. Pelayo is a man who finds an old man with wings in his back yard. Pelayo calls his wife to see this amazing creature. The society... of unit The Way Our Society Treat Foreigners a Reflection from An old Man with Enormous Wings. Gabriel Garcia Marquez is a renowned novelist who liked to use magic realism to document what was happening in the society. The society reacts differently to foreigners and has varied and vast views towards people that are considered outsiders. Gabriel Garcia Marquez presents the views of the society towards outsiders in the short story the old man with enormous wings. The society treats outsiders with su...
Book Review about the book "First Shot" by Walter Sorrells
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...suspicion towards him. His suspicion revolves around the fraud and he suspects his mother had been killed due to the predicament. These events trouble David as he struggles to make it in his school until he meets the beautiful Misty... Task Book Review: First Shot Introduction “First shot” by Walter Sorrells is a story that depicts a murder mystery as the main character, David Crandall seeks to unfold the truth behind the main constrain that he is facing. Two years before the incidences, he had lost his mother and had spent time living with his father who was the headmaster in an arsenal school. David attends the military school where he learns to be a better gunman possessing no other skill but the...
14th Amendment
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...suspicion lies at the base of criminal investigation (Gross... Fourteenth Amendment and its Application Fourteenth Amendment and its Application The fourteenth amendment clearly s that every person should be considered innocent until and unless he or she is proven guilty in the light of compelling evidence or confession. The usual interpretation argues that a person cannot be identified as a suspect without supporting proof (Magliocca, 2003). Since the amendment is inclined towards protecting the rights of innocents, those who are involved in investigative process of crimes are critical of its implementation. The investigative process involves ethnic and racial profiling of suspects and a high degree of...
The Sixth Amendment
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...suspicion and probable cause Fill in Your name here Class title here Instructors name here August 19, 2011 The rights of the accused: Understanding the right to trial, warrant requirements and the difference between reasonable suspicion and probable cause Abstract: According to Article III, Section 2 of the United States Constitution the judicial power of the federal courts is quite limited. The largest amount of judicial power resting in the hands of the individual states as per the Constitution itself, in quoting the Constitution itself... Running header: THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED The rights of the accused: Understanding the right to trial, warrant requirements and the difference between reasonable...
STOPS AND FRISKS
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...suspicion, which is often less than apparent cause of criminal activities. This is to prevent crime and carry out investigations. This paper examines the stops and frisks, and the legal foundations in the practices. The Standards of Stops and Frisks In the United States, stops, just like frisks, are governed by the legal principles contained in the Fourth Amendment. The Fourth... Stops and Frisks Introduction Police stop involves a less invasive arrest of an individual whereas a frisk entails a restricted search on an individual stopped by the law enforcing officers. Law enforcement officers carry out stops by temporary detaining and questioning the stopped individual on grounds of reasonable...
Constitutional Law: Arrest
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...suspicion... Constitutional Law: 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 arreste...
Criminal Procedures Seminar - Week 2
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...suspicion that a police officer may imply that a citizen has no option but to stop. Police stops often involve an encounter with the unknown, and police often see this as a dangerous part of their job (Law Enforcement Bulletin, 2014). Consensual encounters include traffic stops, Terry stops, and arrests. Most of these stops are consensual and do not contravene the Fourth Amendment. The contact is only consensual if a citizen voluntarily stops... to communicate with a law enforcer. For instance, traffic stops do not require a suspicion to justify the contact. On the other hand, a Terry stop, which is often a brief detention, lies between a consensual encounter and an arrest....
Special Needs Rule
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...suspicion or suspecting. The police cannot just move in to make unwarranted searches, rather, the school officials should be the one to be used. After the suspicion... Special Needs Rule The “Special needs rule” has never been defined well by a court of a law (Gardner & Anderson, 2009). However, what is clear in thelaw, especially the fourth amendment is that all searches done by a government agent has to be reasonable. While the courts have the obligation to interpret the term reasonable as applicable to searches, the bottom line is that searches have to be done by the right people. Courts have held in the past that even where police ought to be involved; for example, the case of a gun search, authoriti...
Stop & Frisk: A Racial Bias?
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...suspicions around certain ethnic and racial groups has been a sensitive matter for a long time. It is a societal concern and deserve attention. Some label it as racial or ethnic profiling. This refers to the discriminatory practise by the police and other law enforcement officials of targeting individuals for suspicion of engaging in criminal activities. They do this based on that person’s race, ethnicity or even religion or national origin (Mears, 2014). An example is the use of race to determine which drivers to stop on the road for minor traffic offenses (jokingly known as driving while black... Stop & Frisk: A Racial Bias? al Affiliation Stop & Frisk: A Racial Bias? The of perceived building of...
History and Political Science
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...suspicion of criminal activity on the part of the detainee” before they can be enacted (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 233). Furthermore, the intensity and scope of a seizure determines the transformation of a stop to an arrest (Harr, Hess, and Orthmann 233). A stop is considered a temporary detention, while an arrest is more of a long-term detention. To have a clearer differentiation of a stop from an arrest, one must remember that: the justification for a stop is merely reasonable suspicion, while an arrest requires probable cause a warrant is not required for a stop, but it is preferable for an arrest the intention for a stop is usually to investigate a suspicious activity... History and Political Science...
5th and 6th Amendment
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...suspicion and probable cause? How is reasonableness determined? Reasonable suspicion and probable cause are two different standards of what is essentially the same thing; lawful inquiry into the actions of individual citizens. These are considered under the Fourth Amendment, which, “since it turns upon a reasonableness determination, involves a balance of all relevant factors” (Bloom, 2003, p. 15). In considering the balance of relevant factors, reasonable suspicion is the lower of the two thresholds, with a much flexible standard for police conduct. It involves a factual situation where a “reasonable person” would suspect that illegal activity has... 1.What is the difference between reasonable...
List, describe, and explain the rules regarding consent searches under the Fourth Amendment. Provide case examples that illuminate the rules.
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...suspicion, probable cause, and an official search warrant, otherwise they would be collecting illegal evidence. According to the provision, any searchers and or seizures conducted without probable cause and a warrant would be struck out during trial under the exclusionary rule. Warrants, Probable Cause and Reasonable Suspicion Police officers carrying out searches and arrests can only act on the basis of reasonable suspicion and probable cause if they cannot obtain warrants from the court (Zalman 33... Insert The Fourth Amendment The Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution provides for freedom of citizens from illegal searches and seizure. This implies police officers can only act based on reasonable...
One Legal Stop
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...Suspicion. While police officers have no right to harass or detain citizens without probable cause, they do have broad latitude in deciding if individuals at a particular scene may be questioned when circumstances warrant a reasonable suspicion... Four Suspects: One Legal Stop YOUR FULL THE OF YOUR SCHOOL OR Four Suspects: One Legal Stop Facts. Duringa routine patrol after a robbery, two police detectives observe four men loitering beside a vehicle in an area of predominately abandoned apartment buildings which are located in a high-crime area. Upon seeing the officers, the men quickly move to their car and drive off. Suspecting a violation of the local loitering laws and curious about the recent...
Argumentative Essay
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...suspicion-less drug testing was an unconstitutional search under the 4th amendment (Scheberg 583). The court held that suspicion-less drug testing is a blanket condition that is relevant in order to receive state assistance. Florida adopted the same procedure and received its fair share of opposition. In response to the lawsuits and the scrutiny facing the suspicion-less drug testing, the state of Florida adopted the special needs exception that provides reasonable suspicion to allow suspicion-less drug testing... Module Should Welfare Recipients be Drug Tested? In 1996, the government introduced a welfare reform that would change welfare pattern in the society. The adoption of for the implementation of ...
Stop and Frisk
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...suspicion of criminal activity, the police must be positioned to act instantly if they have reasonable cause to suspect that the persons temporarily detained are armed and dangerous... Citing Terry, the Court further held that a driver, once outside the stopped vehicle, may be patted down for weapons if the officer reasonable concludes that the driver might be armed and dangerous... The Arizona Court... Arizona v. Johnson On April 19, 2002, Lemon Johnson and his friends were stopped by Maria Trevizo, a police officer, and two other officers for mandatory license suspension. Trevizo saw Johnson, who was in the back seat, look back at the officers and talk to his companions seated up front. The action was ...
BUS law
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...suspicion... Pat Down Procedure and Standard Arizona v. Johnson was a court case that arose out of the issue of warranted and unwarranted pat downs during traffic stops. The Arizona Court of Appeal held that although the police Officer, Maria Trevizo, had reasonable cause to conduct a frisk on Lemon Johnson, the cause ceased to exist when it emerged that she questioned him on issues unrelated to the traffic violation. However, this decision was later overturned by the Supreme Court which ruled that Trevizo had done the right thing by seizing, questioning and conducting a pat down on Johnson. The court ruling was that it was lawful for Trevizo to have conducted the pat down since she had reasonable...
NY stop and frisk policy
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...suspicion. The police department in the city observes the programs of ‘stop-question-and-frisk’ through which thousands of the pedestrians are annually frisked for weapons as well as other contraband. The effectiveness of the policy has been observed in success by police department in seizures of such weapons as guns and such unauthorized guns as well as the minimal shootings by criminals. However, the recent past has seen a great reaction towards the policies with the most influential one coming from judge Scheindlin's... New York stop-and-frisk policy The criminal procedure law in the New York (section 140.50) provides for the empowerment of police officers to stop and frisk pedestrians based on...
Criminal Procedures - Week 2
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...suspicion to make the initial stop of this vehicle? Answering this question needs a reference to the first meaning of reasonable suspicion term. Given that it is in the nontechnical category... Police Encounters with Suspects and Evidence Police Encounters with Suspects and Evidence Did Officer Smith’s thoughts about those people influence her decision-making during this stop? In the article, the driver is described to have long braid, tattoos and a nose ring. As Officer Smith was looking at the driver, she thought to herself that this is one of the people that they need to get off the streets. It obviously influenced her decision making during the stop (Smith, 2001). Did Officer Smith have reasonable su...
Fourth Admendment: Stop & Frisk
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...suspicion of a police officer to undertake. Reasonable suspicion is assessed based on the expected response of a rational officer under certain circumstances (Keenan, & Thomas, 2014). As such, any officer who reasonably believes that an individual might be a criminal suspect has the powers under the Fourth Amendment to stop and frisk him or her... to confirm or dispel his or her suspicions. If a police officer discovers contraband on a criminal suspect then the person should be subjected to full custodial arrest for investigations. A justified police stop may be the result of one or many of the following behaviors of a suspected criminal: appearing not to belong in a place...
English Legal System and Skills
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...suspicion about the kind of people her brother was keeping can be related the criminal act of the money. In Regina v Da Silva (2006)1, the court held that suspicion does not necessarily have to be knowledge ad that if there was a small doubt, this can be counted as suspicion. Rose can however feel safe as long as she can prove that due to her brothers good job, she never suspected that he could be involved in such a case and that it was also possible that he could afford that kind of money. Case II: Sarah Sarah may have a criminal responsibility of aiding and abetting crime, according... English Legal System and Skills Case I: Rose Rose may have criminal responsibility if it can be proven that she...
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...suspicion, and under what circumstances do these standards apply? Reasonable suspicion and probable cause and legal standards used by police officers in the enforcement of law. Reasonable suspicion is the presumption made by a police officer that a crime has committed or is about to be committed. These reasonable presumptions are based on facts and the situation, which are informed by the police officer’s training and experience. Reasonable suspicion is applicable when a police strongly suspect that an individual has committed a crime or is likely to commit a crime. In case of such a suspicion, the police have the right to stop, question and search the suspect for arms or any other weapon... Legal...
Week 5 Q&A
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...suspicion is that the former refers to there being enough circumstantial evidence or evidence to warrant a search. In turn, reasonable suspicion is the notion that there is enough evidence or circumstantial evidence where reasonable assumptions or logical conclusions are made, to the effect that a crime has been committed (Orthmann and Hess, 2012). Question 6 The potential pitfalls that can occur... Law Number: Question Conspiracy Laws are important in prosecuting drug traffickers and terrorists because drug trafficking and terrorism readily demand conspiracy, and conspiracy in itself is an inchoate and preparatory crime. Secondly, conspiracy is akin to (criminal) attempt, with the only difference...
Arizonas Immigration Law Racial Profiling?
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...suspicion of law enforcers and what is suspicious-looking to one may not be that way for another. This may impede on how a person dresses or carries... your first and (your Arizona’s Immigration Law – Racial Profiling? With police enforcers detaining Latinos in Arizona under the state’s new immigration law, citizens are now calling it discrimination. Approved in 2010, the Arizona mandates “penalties associated with illegal immigration (Dinan)” and gives state and local enforcers authority to check the legal status of people they “suspect of being in the country illegally. (Dinan).” I agree that this policy can be abused and is a threat to the well-being of the suspected individual. It is a common fact...
Criminal Law
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...suspicion against the individual. Reasonable suspicion is a standard of proof that allows police officers to suspect a person who fits in the description of a criminal. However the officer warned the individual twice to stop yet he didn’t, and furthermore asked him to keep his hands where the officer could see him, that he rejected too. Ignoring police officer’s orders, specifically the ones... Criminal Law Introduction There are many consequences that can be concluded from this scenario. The police officer, the victim, and the individual shot may be subject to different consequences resulting from criminal and civil actions. Firstly, an offence committed by the lady who had been victimized is that she...
Juvenile Rights
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...suspicion, and just like adults, it is ‎essential for there to be reasonable suspicion to arrest someone, if someone turns out to be ‎innocent then they can sue the police if there was no serious reason and reasonable suspicion ‎to detain them. What is reasonable... Juvenile Rights ‎Juvenile Rights A juvenile is referred to someone who is not mature, not an adult, someone who is a child at‎the moment. A young, youthful and immature person is called a juvenile. According to the law, a ‎juvenile is a minor person under a certain age which is usually 18, according to the law of United ‎Kingdom the age is 18, however different countries consider different age groups as minor or a ‎adult. Minors are also...
Job Performace Case Study
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...suspicion that characterizes labour union-management relations and is partly responsible for the fall in job performance of the job testers. The labour union clearly showed this at the hearing. It blamed the management for not only disciplining the defaulting employees but also offering the same job classification to the same defaulting employees when the job classification was removed from the bargaining unit. This suggest the unions ‘I don’t care’ attitude because the testers handled only a job classification in the production process. Their poor performance would not have been undetected by other salaried employees. But the feeling that the management should... Job performance Q As argued by the...
Advocating for Patients
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...suspicion is truth. The nurse should deliver the care but report the before and after injuries or signs of illness to the concerned authorities. This way, the nurse would provide the care and referring the matter to the suitable department for further investigations. Another way to deal with this situation is to ask the patient about the injury or illness before providing care and associating the decision to perform further with the genuineness of his/her response. What are the major challenges to nurses meeting that responsibility, and what are some strategies that BSN nurses could use to help their colleagues overcome those challenges?... Advocating For Patients When treating a patient with a...
Illinois v. Wardlow 528 U.S.119 (Case law)
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...suspicion has to be based on common reasoning and decision regarding human behavior. According to their analysis of the judgment passed by the Supreme Court, they mentioned that “reasonable suspicion” was a less significant standard... ?The Case of Illinois vs. Wardlow 528 U.S. 119 Overview of the case: The case was about an individual was arrested by the US police after fleeing from police officials in an area which was known for narcotics trafficking. The officer who arrested the person was justified to suspect that, accuse was involved in criminal activities and therefore asked for future investigation. Facts of the Case: Wardlaw was an US citizen. One day, while seen a patrolling police van he was...
Racial Profiling
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...suspicion of being illegal immigrants. This racial discrimination has affected US born Mexicans due to their race. Racial profiling is discrimination that undermines the human rights and freedoms every human being is entitled to. Mexicans do not cross the border freely due to questioning by police and cross-examination against the immigration and customs database (MacKinnon, 2011). Using racial profiling as a law enforcement tactic... Racial Profiling Racial Profiling Law enforcement and security agencies in USA use an individual’s race as a key factor when deciding whether to arrest the persons or stop them for questioning. At the US Mexico border, Latinos are mostly stopped by the border patrol in...
Human Rights Terrorist legislation has not made a serious incursion on human rights in the UK. In fact the legislation has proved overwhelmingly successful and justifiable in its nature and practice. Critically analyse the above statement with refer
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...suspicion is based on lawful arrest or detention. Despite the numerous legislations which might fail to accord suspects such liberty, the article presents a platform for seeking redress, under many circumstances. Member states to the treaty, which established the article, are required to make legislative clauses within the provisions of ECHR Article 5 of ECHR provides liberty... TERRORIST LEGISLATION IN UK Terrorism legislation usually refers to laws passed by governments seeking to protect individuals from acts of terrorism around the world. Many of these legislative measures are commonly includes bypassing other laws, based on grounds of necessity. Regular legal procedures become suspended when...
What are the main features of a bipolar world? Illustrate your answer with examples.
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...suspicion and propaganda, the suspicion that USSR or United States were in the process of developing weapons of mass destruction. It must be noted that there were no formal confirmation of this allegation rather a state of being insecure given that both USSR and the US emerged as the World super power and had Veto powers in the UN council (Hunt, 147). It can be believed that the war bipolarity was necessitated by the fact that both USSR and US emerged as super powers and were posing... Features of a Bipolar World Introduction When referring to the bipolar world in the context of the Cold War, essentially, what we mean is nothing other than a clear logical division in ideology, beliefs, and other...
Criminal Law Term
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...suspicion... ?Facts On March 3, 2005, the petitioner, Albert Florence was arrested for the warrant that was not rescinded for some reasons, despite payment of fine. The warrant was issued for default in the payment of fine in 2003 for non-indictable variety of civil contempt. He was first taken to Burlington County Jail, where he stayed for six days. He was strip searched thoroughly for body marks, wounds, contraband etc. All his body openings like nose, mouth, ear, including genitals were examined. Thereafter he was shifted to correctional facility at Essex where he again underwent the same check and was also made to lift his genitals, squat and cough. He was released the next day when it was confirmed...
Essay on Racial Profiling
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...suspicion of crime-based acts. Mainly the discrimination bases on the religion, race, ethnicity, or national origin. Law enforcement officers use race or ethnicity to articulate reasonable suspicion; decide with whom and how to intervene in an enforcement capacity. Racial profiling has posed a major challenge... Racial Profiling Thesis ment: Despite the ongoing controversy about whether or not to discriminate people of different color or race, this research has proved beyond reasonable doubt that racial profiling is an unfair act that needs to be eradicated in the society to enhance both social and economic growth. I. Research on racial profiling in relation to the old century 1. Racial profiling in the ...
Student Strip Search
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...suspicion that she... Introduction The Supreme Court in Safford Unified School Dist. No v. Redding, ruled in June 2009 that strip search is illegal. The court ruled that intrusive search without the threat of a clear danger to other students violated the Constitutions protections against unreasonable search or seizure (Barnes) This case had attracted the attention of parents, educators and civil libertarians. The court ruled that it was reasonable to search the girls backpack and outer clothes. Search beyond it caused degradation to the subject. In this case school officials overreacted to vague accusations that Redding was violating school policy by possessing the ibuprofen, equivalent to two tablets...
I have decided that I am going to do my research paper on Racial Profiling.Should people of color be the first to be profiled when it comes to race? Why is it that people of color are so discriminated against and looked down upon.
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...suspicion of crime-based acts. Mainly the discrimination bases on the religion, race, ethnicity, or national origin. Law enforcement officers use race or ethnicity to articulate reasonable suspicion; decide with whom and how to intervene in an enforcement capacity. Racial profiling has posed a major challenge... Racial Profiling Thesis ment: Despite the ongoing controversy about whether or not to discriminate people of different color or race, this research has proved beyond reasonable doubt that racial profiling is an unfair act that needs to be eradicated in the society to enhance both social and economic growth. I. Research on racial profiling in relation to the old century 1. Racial profiling in th...
Analysis movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith
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...suspicion and indicates different roles played by different genders. In an effort to understand cinematography... Mr. and Mrs. Smith Introduction Mr. and Mrs. Smith played by Angelina Jolly and Brad Pit depicts different cinematographic element. The diverse nature of presentation and utilization of sound and color effects depict the movie as a success. However, the move has elements that suggest sexism and negative behaviors associated to the females. The move by the director to create a double life between the spy coups has created person view on the movie watched. The choice was driven by diversity and the nature in which the movie portrays social elements. The violent movie depicts a sense of...
Student Strip Search
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...suspicion that she... ?Introduction The Supreme Court in Safford Unified School Dist. No v. Redding, ruled in June 2009 that strip search is illegal. The court ruled that intrusive search without the threat of a clear danger to other students violated the Constitution's protections against unreasonable search or seizure (Barnes) This case had attracted the attention of parents, educators and civil libertarians. The court ruled that it was reasonable to search the girl's backpack and outer clothes. Search beyond it caused degradation to the subject. In this case school officials overreacted to vague accusations that Redding was violating school policy by possessing the ibuprofen, equivalent to two tablets ...
Global Strategy College Essay
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...suspicion. Rather than be regarded by host country citizens as potential employers and sources of foreign investment, they are regarded as conduits for the channeling of financial resources from the host economy to the parent one (Banai and Sama, 2004). Needless to say, this constrains... A review of Pfizer's website evidences the extent to which Pfizer emphasizes its identity as a global corporate entity, not as a transnational or multinational but as a company whose declared affiliation is global, not national. Its trademark slogans, "working for a healthier world," and 'caring for community," are expressive of the aforementioned. It is precisely within both this context and Pfizer's activities as...
Criminal Justice
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...suspicion without even requiring a warrant. The police are also mandated to stop drivers if they disobey the traffic rules... Criminal Justice Affiliation: Discuss how the potential for police abuse of poweris anticipated by the Bill of Rights Police due to the frustrations they face in their work and in dealing with crimes and criminals daily are bound to exercise abuse to criminals or suspects. The Bill of Rights however in its ten amendments has addressed various issues which will prevent the police from abuse. The first is specified in the fourth amendment where people are protected from searches and seizures of property unreasonably. Without any probable cause, the police have to produce a warrant be...
Hamlet
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...suspicion on his motive, to confuse his enemies, to regain his mother from his uncle, and to take revenge of his father’s unexpected assassination. The following section is broadly divided as: protagonist and insanity, pretended insanity and emotional outburst, pretended insanity and emotional equilibrium, pretended insanity and suspicion on motive, as a tool to confuse enemies, pretension to regain mother’s trust, and pretended insanity and revenge... Hamlet In the play Hamlet, the playwright (William Shakespeare) makes use of the theme of pretended insanity to save the protagonist (say, Prince Hamlet) from unexpected troubles. To be specific, the playwright knew that only pretended madness ...
Reading Responses of "Long Day's Journey Into Night" by O'neill, Copyright 02
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...suspicion. In Act II, Edmund accuses his brother of being suspicious over everything. The characters in the play contribute to the dissonance... Long Days Journey into Night by O’Neill O’Neill’s Long Day into the Night is an emotional masterpiece depicting several predicaments in an already estranged house. What makes the piece so touching is the fact that the hard-hitting situations presented in the play are a reflection of the author’s life. It is a form of autobiography that leaves the lovers of Eugene O’Neill’s works feeling sorrier for his last days on earth than entertained. Other than the contents of the book illustrating occurrences of a single day, the fact that the author instructed that the...
Chapter Problems Assignment
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...suspicion”? How long can police detain a suspect based on reasonable suspicion? The terms “reasonable suspicion” and “probable cause” are used by officials of the law-enforcement sector when they are investigating the crime. Probable cause can be described as the level of certainty that falls short of reasonable doubt and is often erroneous (Feinman, 2010). An example of probable cause falls right within the traffic sector. In case one, one is searched and found without anything considered unlawful does not mean that the police officer has gone against the person’s Fourth Amendment rights. On the other hand, reasonable suspicion applies in the case whereby the police... ? Chapter problems Today many...
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