Of course. It is called kidnapping. He should go to jail for that and the company needs to give you lots of money for your emotional distress and your kids of course. You probably won't work for a long long time and same for your kids. So yes you can.
it shouldn't be illegal for people to kill themselves as this doesn't go against anyone else but the person who is trying to kill himself. It is not good to give up and kill yourself because tomorrow is another day and things do get better sometimes depending on your situation and your approach to things. Sometimes we convince ourselves that there is no other way because we had enough and we are tired. At the end of the day it is your life and your decision. There shouldn't be any laws in our constitution that forbid killing yourself as it is a very personal decision. If people follow the law, there would be no suicides in this world.
"3 Guys 1 Hammer" Also known as the Dnepropetrovsk Killers/Maniacs. This is a real brutal SNUFF (murder) video that has been circulating the Internet about 3 Ukrainian/Russian teenagers who beat a man to death with a hammer, stabbed him, tortured him and pulled out his eyes with a screwdriver. YouTube has pulled it off their site - as have many others websites. It is the most graphic, violent and evil thing to see. You are watching a man being killed and actually die on video. Don't watch it; there are some things that don't ever need to be seen. It cannot be erased from your memory. The names of the Dnepropetrovsk killers are:
Igor Suprunyuck, Viktor Sayenko and Alexander Hanzha.
The 3 defendants (sociopaths), who proudly made this evil video and others of themselves murdering people, were found guilty on February 11, 2009, of murdering the man in the named video - as well as 20 others - attacking 29 people in all "for their fun" in the span of less than a month between 25th June - 16th July 2007. The victims ranged from a 14-year-old boy to women to elderly cancer patients.
Suprunyuck and Sayenko were sentenced to life imprisonment; Hanzha received nine years in prison for these indiscriminate killings. Click on the Related Link below to read more about these horrendous crimes.
Yes, they can depending on the circumstances.
If the person being harassed or followed is placed in fear that the stalker intends to injure the person, another person, or property of the person or of another person, then yes a spouse could be accused of stalking. The feeling of fear must be one that a reasonable person in the same situation would experience under all the circumstances. In some states there is also a requirement that the person accused of stalking knew or should have known that his/her actions were likely to cause fear in the "victim".
THE US Marshal appointed for a particular district is unlikely to arrest someone themselves. It is a politically appointed position who is not required to have law enforcement experience. However, a DEPUTY US Marshal is likely to make arrests. They might arrest someone rather than a police officer if it is for a violation of federal law. For example, the US Marshall's service is responsible for federal prisoners and tracking down those who are wanted for federal crimes and those who escape federal custody.
a Deputy US Marshal might arrest someone if the person had a federal warrant, if the person fled the state jurisdiction in which they committed a state offense, or if the Deputy Marshal was assigned to a multijurisdictional task force of agents and officers who are charged with apprehending violent fugitives (Fugitive Investigation Strike Team, for example).
A "RAP Sheet" is a Record of Arrests and Prosecutions. In most cases color (i.e. Red) is used to draw the terminal operator's attention to a specific area of the report. There is no standard color coding… and a recorded printed on a B&W printer wouldn't show colors anyway.
The idea that red means a criminal background makes little sense, since the entire record is a "Record of Arrests and Prosecutions".
Maryland does not use the term "grand larceny" or "grand theft." Rather, specific punishments are set based on several different value ranges.
The lowest is Theft under $100. It is a misdemeanor and carries a max sentence of 90 days in jail and/or a fine of up tp $500
Theft under $1000 dollars is also a misdemeanor. 18 months and/or $500
Theft between $1,000 and $10,000 is a felony. 10 years and/or $10,000
Between $10,000 and $100,000 is a felony. 15 years and/or $15,000
More than $100,000 is a felony. 25 years and/or $25,000
hukum pidana berfungsi sebagai pengendali kejahatan yang dibuat oleh manusia.hukum pidana juga berfungsi sebagai penegas atau sebagai penerapan sanksi bagi hukum lain, seperti hukum perdata dan administrasi.
A warrant will be issued on to an accused. The police pick up that individual and then they have the option of having the warrant endorsed to allow them to release the accused on a police issued process to promise to appear in court on a future appearance. There is a section in the original warrant labelled 'Endorsement of Warrant". This section is then signed.
You may be referring to the Uniform Crime Report (UCR) statistics compiled by the FBI from statistics gathered from law enforcement agencies nationwide.
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More charges for you (the taxpayer. You see the government wants your money and finds new ways to charge you to get to your money so you have no life and create more stress for you and your family. They don't life to see you happy prosperous because your government is not an intelligent benevolent government. What are you going to do about it? Stop talking about it and do something for yourself and your future generation.
Felony 3rd Degree/ Felonyu*7 yrs$15,000
It possibly stands for bench warrant.
In UK it does it is normally issued when someone fails to turn up in court and can be issued either with or without bail.
Cause of Death
"The unlawful killing of another human being without justification or excuse."
This is potentially the law of Arkansas. I don't know. However, capital murder varies greatly by state. Typically, it is premeditated killing. Then, the jury can decide in sentencing whether they should punish with the state's 1st degree murder non-capital or their capital. There is typically no real definition and it is just a crapshoot.
As of July 2011, the following 34 states have capital punishment statutes:
United States Government (federal law)
United States Military
Sixteen states and the District of Columbia have abolished the death penalty as of July 2011.
It means what other offenses can I add on here to ruin your life and make sure that you cannot create a decent life for yourself. Totally murder you socially, economically, and any other way I possibly can without taking your life. Taking your life would be a treat for you so i will take away everything else I can possibly take away from you to ensure that you are living hell on earth. This is what it means.
Not familiar with the term "courtesy" hold. If you are held for extradition as a fugitive from another state, there is no "courtesy" about it. It's simply "the law."
"Courtesy hold" is a common term to those familiar with the law. It means that a person is being held as a courtesy to an agency in another jurisdiction. This is common for example with the US Marshals when they arrest a person in one jurisdiction and have them held in a local jail until they can be transported. The exact length of time varies from one state to the next, but it is normally 7 - 10 days (enough time to arrange extradition paperwork and transportation).
Societies have sanctioned murder (pursuant to a death penalty) when committed by a government. Although justification for such killings is commonly advanced by claiming a retributive purpose (this reasoning goes back to biblical times), it is a form of profound denial to claim they are completely free of "malice aforethought". Attempts to legitimize such killings through social consensus do not negate their moral status as murder. There is no question that such killings are "deliberate and premeditated." The universally experienced discomfort connected with killing another human being has yet to be fully owned up to in the few jurisdictions where the death penalty is legal.
Killings associated with war are similarly excused as something other than murder. At its core, the distinction is conceptual and illusory.
Remember, murder and killing are distinctly different legal concepts.
Killing is causing the death of another person.
Murder is a legal definition of certain types of killing. By definition, an illegal killing is murder, and thus, murder is always illegal.
Virtually all known societies have situations where killing is perfectly legal: such situations can depend on a great deal of variables, from the "who did" the killing, do "who was" killed, to the actions of either at the time of the killing, to other conditions in force at the time of the killing. All of these circumstances must be collected together to determine if a killing is murder or not. If the killing is deemed illegal, then it becomes murder.
Thus, murder is never legal anywhere.
Depends on what you did. Did you kill someone or were you just showing off to someone? So it depends on the action.
To make buyers believe they are getting an original work of art
Also, forgery is a crime and all countries have laws that prohibit citizens from indulging in such activity. People involved in forged activities can be jailed and fined heavily by the law. To be simple: Forgery is an illegal activity and should not be done.
Under Education law, s. 6435 and Penal Law, s. 265.20, NY Code (effective after the 2013 legislative session), it is illegal to carry any baton [billy] "which is twenty-four to twenty-six inches in length and no more than one and one-quarter inches in thickness" unless you are a private college security officer, certain auxiliary police, or are:
"1. . . . employed in fulfilling contracts with New York state, its agencies or political subdivisions for the purchase of billies or blackjacks; or
2. . . . employed in fulfilling contracts with sister states, their agencies or political subdivisions for the purchase of billies or blackjacks; or
3. . . . employed in fulfilling contracts with foreign countries, their agencies or political subdivisions for the purchase of billies or blackjacks as permitted under federal law."
Carrying a baton is criminal possession of a weapon in the 4th degree, a Class A misdemeanor.
It means that it has been on the courts docket for quite some time and is beginning to "age out" as the deadline for the requirement of "speedy trial' approaches.
Officer in charge is just a general term used to describe the officer who has authority over a specific situation. It can refer to many thing - an officer in charge of a specific criminal or traffic case, the officer who is in charge of a division's station house at a specific point in time, or even a command officer in charge of a specific event.
This term does not reflect or describe any one specific rank.
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