A break-up of such arrests
issued by Interior Division here on Friday revealed that during year 2013, the authorities at eight airports across the country nabbed 454 persons in 2013, 482 in 2014, 255 in 2015, 309 in 2016 and 261 persons were arrested
on possessing fake documents during 2017.
To be legitimate, our practice of arrest
should be at least plausibly necessary to achieve important public aims, the costs of arrests
should be broadly proportionate to the ends they serve, and the harms of arrests
should be distributed fairly.
When can a police officer arrest
a person without arrest
The most common cause of those arrests
was public disorder, with 28 in total.
Of the 72 arrests
, 38 fans were arrested
at the Stadium of Light while 34 were arrested
at away grounds.
How can we hold law enforcement responsible for what they do, or even keep track of prisoners, if we cannot find out who's been arrested
, and the details surrounding their arrest
in a timely matter?
from Jerusalem, 114 arrests
from Nablus, 96 arrests
from Bethlehem, 72
Table 25 Percent of Offenses Cleared by Arrest
or Exceptional Means by Population Group, 2012 Population group Violent crime TOTAL ALL AGENCIES: Offenses known 1,060,028 Percent cleared by arrest
Because of this historic increase in the number of arrests
, it is appropriate to call this a marijuana arrest
epidemic, and to describe what the NYPD has been doing as engaging in a marijuana arrest
Those 50,383 arrests
represented 15 percent of all arrests
by the New York Police Department (NYPD)
They are seeking "redress for the deprivation of their First and Fourth Amendment rights and for the emotional distress caused by Sergeant DiJiacomo's false arrest
and unlawful threats," the lawsuit says.
Data show these teams can decrease the mortality rate associated with non-ICU cardiac arrest
by intervening in the care of the patient who is clinically deteriorating on the medical floor.
I think the arrest
is unjust because, at that moment, I was just waiting for my boss to pick me up--nothing else," he said.
A defendant arrested
for driving under the influence of marijuana brought a [section] 1983 action against the arresting officers, alleging false arrest
and malicious prosecution.
By calling for the arrest
of middle-class men for buying sex on the street, the societies were clearly policing their own class as well as the poor, contrary to Robert Shoemaker's recent contention that they represent a growing eighteenth-century desire to police the poor.