COUNTY DRUG COURT
Recidivism in Adair County Drug Court
University of Central Missouri
RECIDIVISM IN ADAIR COUNTY DRUG COURT
Table of Contents
Chapter One – Introducing Drug Courts
Hierarchy of Adair County Drug Court
is drunk and driving his dad’s car. Fred is a 21 year old student at Columbia College. Fred rams into a parked car at 10th and Rogers. Thinking no one saw him; Fred moves his car and parks it on an adjacent lot. He sprints to his dorm room in Miller Hall. A neighbor saw the wreck and Fred running...
Judgments – High court, and Apex Court of India (Supreme Court of India)) 6
Q3. If a XYZ employee who is homosexual visits India and engages in homosexual behavior, what would the implications be for them? 25
Q 4 What is the likelihood of prosecution? Historically, have there been many cases of prosecution...
INTENDED ONLY FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS AT DUKE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW DO NOT CITE OR DISTRIBUTE
This document includes five sample casenotes that the Duke Law Journal is making available to first-year students in the spring of 2008. All five received...
Case 2:09-cv-11237-GCS-PJK Document 139
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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
Case No. 09-CV-11237
HON. GEORGE CARAM STEEH
ROY WILBANKS, et al.,
OPINION AND ORDER...
14th amendment- equal protection
Argued 1896, Decided-1896
Louisiana placed a law giving separate railway cars for blacks and whites. In 1892, Homer Plessy- 7/8 Caucasian, sat in a "whites only" car of a Louisiana train, and refused to move to the car for blacks and was then arrested. The Court had...
HURT YOUR CASE
John Elliott Leighton
I. Introduction and Background
A. Admissibility of Expert Testimony
The first attempt to develop a clear rule regarding the admissibility of scientific evidence occurred in 1923, with the opinion of the Circuit Court of Appeals...
penalty has been a major issue of debate within the American criminal justice system for hundreds of years. Although it has undergone several reforms, its violation of human rights remains questionable. This study shows the public opinion and evolution of the death penalty over the past one hundred years...
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To: | Dewey, Richard |
Subject: | 5th and 6th Amendment Question |
Hello Mr. Dewey,
I am having a difficult time understanding the difference between the Fifth and Sixth Amendment. I can not quite figure out what the paragraph is fully saying on page 188 under...
Fifth Amendment Indictment of Grand Jury
The grand jury originated in England, under the rule of King John. The king selected the grand jury to be a body of his reign that would accuse no innocent person, and would shelter no guilty person. The Fifth Amendment of the United States protects people...
Volume 19, Issue 2, Ver. IV (Feb. 2014), PP 20-25
e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN: 2279-0845.
“The Role of Judicial Activism in the Implementation and
Promotion of Constitutional Laws and Influence of Judicial
Vipin Kumar (NET, M.Phil.),
Amendment 4 Search and Seizure Project
August 9, 2015
Article 1 Bibliographic Information:
Doty, R. L., Wudarski, T., Marshall, D. A., & Hastings, L. (2004). Marijuana odor perception: Studies modeled from probable cause cases. Law and Human Behavior, 28(2), 223-33. Retrieved from...
CHAPTER 6 DISCLOSURE OF RETURNS AND RETURN INFORMATION IN
BANKRUPTCY CASES .................................................................................... 6-1
CHAPTER 7 BANK SECRECY ACT, MONEY LAUNDERING, FORFEITURE
Defying the Ten Amendments
On December 15, 1971, the first Ten Amendments of the United States Constitution were ratified. For the most part the ratification of this document forever changed how Americans lived their lives. Throughout history, Americans as well as the American Government have been...
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In the earliest years after the Constitution was written, Chief Justice John Marshall allowed third parties to claim the right to use the Self-Incrimination Clause, meaning that they could "plead the fifth" regarding the actions of others, not just themselves...
Intro to Law
Final Research Paper
George Orwell warned us about this in his novel 1984; He claimed that by 1984, Big Brother would be able to watch our every move, and that day is essentially here. It is nice to know that there are laws and officials out there to protect...
Policy Analysis/Case Review
The U. S. Supreme Court Case of Mapp v. Ohio was a turning point in criminal justice. In this landmark case, Fourth Amendment protections were incorporated into the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. This case, among others, evaluated...
THE SUPREME COURT OF DESMOND CORRECTLY RULED THAT THE SMITHS SENTENCE OF LIFE IMPRISONMENT WITHOUT PAROLE DOES NOT REPRESENT CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT IN VIOLATION OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION.
“The Eighth Amendment, which applies against the States by virtue of the Fourteenth Amendment provides:...
The Sixth Amendment
The 6th Amendment focuses completely on the rights of a person accused of committing a crime by the government. The 6th Amendment contains seven specific protections for people accused of crimes. These seven rights are: the right to a speedy trial, the right to a public trial...
Ethical Issues in Modern America Policing and Criminal Justice
ETHICAL ISSUES IN MODERN AMERICAN POLICING AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
The tenacity of this research paper is to offer a modern summary of the main ethical issues pertaining to contemporary American...
CONTEMPT OF COURT
Black’s Law Dictionary defines “contempt of court” as: any act which is calculated to embarrass, hinder, or obstruct the court in administration of justice, or which is calculated to lessen its authority or its dignity. Committed by a person who does any act in wilful contravention...
AP Government Court Cases
Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
1. The Supreme Court had to decide if the state had power over the federal government in regulating commerce based on Article I Section 8.
2. Aaron Ogden was granted a license to run a steam-driven ferry monopoly in New York. Thomas Gibbons,...
The death penalty or capital punishment has been part of our humanity for years and years. It has existed since ancient times, according to people a person who has committed an atrocious act, was sentence to death penalty or capital punishment. The death penalty began back in the 18th century B.C. in...
Hook Shooting: Is It Time to Change the Second Amendment?
Sandy Hook Shooting Is It Time to Change the Second Amendment
About 80 million Americans, representing half of U.S. homes, own more than 223 million guns. The debate about the Second Amendment has been fierce, but after the horrible atrocity that...
974, 16 L.Ed.2d 694, 36 O.O.2d 237, 39 O.O.2d 63
(Cite as: 384 U.S. 436, 86 S.Ct. 1602)
tained in violation of Fifth Amendment privilege
Supreme Court of the United States
Ernesto A. MIRANDA, Petitioner,
STATE OF ARIZONA.
Michael VIGNERA, Petitioner,
|Supreme Court of the United States |
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used in a newspaper stock-transaction table to indicate that cash was paid during the year in
addition to regular dividends. 6.Securities. A letter used in a newspaper mutual-fund transaction
table to indicate a yield that...
Lemon v. Kurtzman was a groundbreaking case that took place in Pennsylvania. The case began because the state of Pennsylvania passed a law that allowed the local government to use money to fund educational programs that taught religious-based lessons, activities and studies. This law was passed through...
Landmark Supreme Court Case Project
Dredd Scott v. Sandford 1857
In the Dred Scott case, Scott filed for a lawsuit to gain freedom for him and his family. He was once obtained a slave in a slave state, but his master had moved around and ended up in Illinois, which had been a free state in 1836....
To Brief a Case
Confusion often arises over the term “legal brief.” There are at least two different senses in which the term is used.
An appellate brief is a written legal argument presented to an appellate court. Its purpose is to persuade the higher court to uphold or...