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section 39 of the criminal justice act 1988

A:  What evidence do the polive have to support the charge of Common Assault? mharrington again.. there was a scratch on her neck apparently, l have police photo''s of my injuries taken and recorded by the police doctor. I have a scratch on my neck, but that does not prove that you caused it. You need to establish what evidence the police have to support the charge. You say you have a ''hearing'' date, so I assume you have been charged and that your hearing is at the magistrates'' court. If so, then the evidence against you should have been provided to you so that you can consider your plea. What evidence has been provided? I am in a similar situation, and have to appear in the magistrates court the 6th of febraury. How can I get the evidence the police or the cps have against me? regards...

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Issues invovling Arkansas criminal Justice and Enforcement

A:  "4.  I was never told how severe of a crime 3rd degree battery was, and therefore didn't know what my illness was getting me into." Who exactly did you expect to tell you that battering someone was a serious crime before you did it?  Even if they had tried to "tell" you the schizophrenia can't be rationalized with. "5.  Why did everyone in #3 on thist list allow for FOUR incidents to occur before civily committing me to the Arkansas State Hospital." Because until you are a clear cut danger to yourself or someone else they have no legal reason to restrict your freedom.  The cops and the judge are not medical people.  Their only responsibility is to uphold the law.  If you needed treatment then you...

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What can she do with her masters degree in International law/Relations?

A:  The private sector is where she should be looking. With her government experience, she should be valuable to many corporations. If she does want to pursue a law degree, she should consider doing while she is employed by someone who will foot the bill.(large international corp.) The best way for her to find a position in the private sector is to engage a top notch recruiter. Someone who specialize in international relations/ law. Do a google search, I am sure that there are a few of these people out there. As long as neocons run the government? Nothing. Awesome question!! I too am in the same boat as your friend - excpet my bachelors is in political science. However, I am leaning towards my

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Do I have good requirements to become a cop?

A:  If you think you''re hated now, just imagine if you become a cop. --- ARE you joking? With your qualifications AND your last name you will have agencies fighting to recruit you! Police agencies do NOT play racial bigotry games despite what you hear on TV or other media sources. It is actually a BIG plus for any police agency to have any minority group officers, but especially middle eastern lineage these days. And if you have any language skills in middle eastern languages it would be a huge plus for you. ANY foreign language is a huge plus, but because of current events middle eastern and latino languages are big items. --- So your name is Mohamed, that will actually help you get a job these days, and as I said before especially if you have any language skills. If you speak any of the...

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What are my odds of becoming a CIA Core Collector Operations Officer?

A:  You say you will enlist into the Seals as if it is an easy task!!! first get your degree, and worry about SEAL training. if your worrying about the future this much already, then you will not pass BUD/s ( SEAL training). a degree in Middle eastern studies or language might help, or political science ( Maybe). criminal Justice will not help you in the CIA. like I said, your post makes you seem like SEAL training is a walk in the park.. train hard man, 80-90% of people fail BUD/s. First you''ll need to determine your odds of graduating with a degree. Pretty good, I''d say. Lots of people do it every year. Then you''ll need to determine your odds of enlisting (or do you mean you want to be an officer? ''Cause that''s a whole other deal). That''s also fairly good,...

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If I gain a Crime n Justice degree then do a Social Work postgrad degree where would that get me? career wise?

A:  A crime n justice degree had better do your best to be doesed by a social work postgrad degree...

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Is there any way i can transfer from a junior college with an associates degree in paralegal to a university?

A:  You can transfer, but only those credits the university will accept from the junior college. Some universities can be very strict about what they accept from other schools. You will have 2 years of general education classes, so most or all of those should transfer over. You need to make sure, though, by meeting with someone at the university you choose. As for the paralegal classes, some of them may not transfer, but some may-it totally depends on the university. CJ classes and paralegal classes can sometimes "mesh." People transfer to universities from junior colleges all of the time, so I would think most of the credits would transfer. But the university is the final decision-maker. ****This should not affect you, but if for some reason, you decided to get a

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FBI, DEGREE QUESTION...?

A:  You only need one degree, and that''s on the bachelor level. Try to do no more than 4 years of college. It''s very expensive and paying back the loans is no picnic. You should also try to get an internship with the Bureau. Do something that will set yourself apart from the 100 other candidates who are seeking the same thing as you. If you can''t distinguish yourself, try something else. The number of years you spend earning these degrees is directly tied to how hard you are willing to push yourself. What you have to do is figure out how many total credits you will need, then figure out how many credits you can take a semester. Most kids go for 12-15 credits a semester. I personally have taken as many as 19. Check to see which courses are in common between the three degrees before you start...

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Can I become an officer in the Air Force?

A:  Go see a recruiter, but keep in mind a recruiter''s primary task is to get enlistee''s, not officer candidates. If you are set on being an officer, and that would seem to be the sensible choice for someone with your educational background, be sure to be firm in stating that you want to go to OTS. You''re degree doesn''t matter as much as people will have you think--the whole ''you have to have a tech degree'' is a bit of an urban legend that has been around for a long time is mostly propagated by people who are ignorant of officer accessions. The fact of the matter is a lot of AF officer''s don''t have tech degrees--many do, but certainly not a majority. That said, getting at OTS slot can be tough. Right now the AF is ''adjusting'' it''s force size, which means that while we''re still...

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Applying to the S.W.A.T. What are some of the best ways to approach?

A:  I would wear a kevlar vest. i plan on doing the same thing after high school. as far as i no its the only way to become a S.W.A.T. officer That''s actually a pretty good plan. Good luck! Your path is about the only way. You can throw in some military if you want....