Discussion An introductory or "umbrella" paragraph s is a helpful way to define the legal rule s that you will be analyzing. Typically, you will organize your discussion of the legal rule into subsections that correspond to the elements of the legal rule. For example, if you are analyzing a tort, you might break your discussion into three sections: The headings of your sections should correspond to the element of the rule that you will be analyzing within that section.
Steve Hartman — Bounty Hunter or Rapist? Someone here is in very, very serious trouble. Hartman tried to kidnap a young girl at gun point because, according to sources close to the investigation which consist of the voices in our headHartman wanted to rape her, only the police just cannot prove it… yet.
Read it and weep, bitch: In case the writing is a little hard to read, here it is once again. Though keep in mind that there will be bits of police-type shorthanded words inserted. So take your time in reading this report, then read it once again, so you can figure it out.
It is quite compelling. Affiant observed the [vehicle] to be parked behind a tan Chevrolet Suburban, which was parked facing North. Affiant exited the patrol [car] and made contact with [Groves Police Officer] Mojica who [advised] he had a male white detained for pointing a handgun at the driver of the Suburban at which time Mojica pointed towards his patrol [car] where Affiant saw a male white leaning against the patrol unit.
Mojica also [advised] he had taken his handgun and had it in his possession.
Affiant then took the black handgun into custody and secured it. Peshoff [advised] that she and her passenger, Jackowski were enroute [i. Peshoff [advised] that at first she thought nothing of it however as she continued to drive she noticed the [vehicle] make every turn she did as they traveled [north] on Twin City and East onto Saba Lane.
Peshof [advised] she arrived at her destination and found no one was home. Peshoff [advised] as she exited the park and she immediately noticed the [vehicle] from earlier. Peshoff [advised] she began to become nervous due to the fact that it appeared as if this [vehicle] was stalking her.
Peshoff [advised] she then turned onto Saba Lane facing West when the [vehicle], which she [advised] was a black truck, pulled [along] side of her at which time she [advised] [that it] came very close to the passenger side of her [vehicle].
Peshoff [advised] she observed the [truck to] be occupied by a lone male white driver. Peshoff [advised] the light turned green at which time she drove off west and then south onto Twin City Hwy.
Peshoff [advised] she then observed the [vehicle] speed up and pull [up] to her drivers side at which time the driver rolled down his window and started to instruct her to pull over. Peshoff [advised] she continued to south, still being stalked by this driver. Peshoff [advised] the driver then attempted to run her off the road, but was unsuccessful.
Peshoff [advised] the driver then got beside her [vehicle] again and pointed a black handgun at her as she was driving.Jul 02, · A legal memorandum is a document written by a lawyer for the benefit of a client.
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