What is the difference in being accused of a crime and being suspected of a crime in ucmj?
An acquittal is to be found not guilty of a crime. In court, a defendant is found either "guilty" or "not guilty." One is not found to be "innocent of a crime."
No. There are openly gay people. Turkey is more tolerant than mostMuslim nations. It is not a crime but it is somewhat dangerous. Homosexuality andsex change is possible and legal but majority of the public isMuslim and according to Islam; homosexuality is a very big sin.Openly gay people in Turkey… are usually kicked out by theirparents. Some of them are even murdered. Because of that; gaypeople usually end up on the street as prostitutes. (MORE)
Answer . Yes! this would be considered kidnapping...if you are holding someone against their will, let them go. if someone is hold you against your will, get a spoon and dig yourself out. . Answer Jail Time . Yes, it's called kidnapping .
to know waht they are being accused of - be clearly informed that he or she has the right to remain silent, and that anything the person says may be used against that person in court; the person must be clearly informed that he or she has the right to consult with an attorney and to have that attorn…ey present during questioning, and that, if he or she is indigent, an attorney will be provided at no cost to represent them. Added: (in the US) this warning (i.e.: The Miranda Warning), need not be given coincidental to the arrest, but MUST be administered PRIOR TO any interrogation of the arrestee is begun. . (MORE)
True or false Ex post facto laws prevent the accused from being charged with a crime that wasn't a crime before?
Actually, it's just the opposite. It's actually laws that were used in the Revolutionary era decreeing that a person could be arrested when they did something that wasn't a crime when they did it, but now it's a crime.
Depends. A common term for citation is a traffic related citation. A traffic citation can include 'charges' for both civil and criminal offenses, depending on the state laws in effect at the time of the alleged offense.
The formal charge comes after a grand jury hears the charges anddetermines whether or not the person can be indicted for thisoffense. If they vote in favor of an indictment, that person willstand trial for the crime.
Being weird come naturally to all of us, and it is definetly not a crime. Heck, every person on this planet is weird! Go be your weirdest now! only if you're a c unt, i know this one dude his name is Michael prat, he lives in temecula California 92592 he almost got arrested cuz he was crossing his e…yes. you c unt. (MORE)
Being charged with the crime is a formal accusation by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS- In England and Wales) that you have committed a crime. In the USA, the law enforcement or prosecutor charges I am led to believe. Same principle however. *It certainly does not mean you are guilty, and everyon…e is innocent until proven guilty by a court of law. It then has to go to court for a conviction or acquittal (guilty or not guilty) Thus, a conviction is basically a finding of guilt for the charge by the court (who represent the state and the community at large) that you have committed a crime and are to be punished for such offence, this is sentencing. (MORE)
-speedy and public trial by an impartial jury of the same state and district wherein the crime shall have been committed. -to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation. -to be confronted with the witnesses against him. -to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor -to …have the assistance of counsel for his defense. (Sixth Amendment of the Constitution) (MORE)
Being accused of a major crime means that you are being accused ofdoing something really bad, criminally. This can range from theftto assaulting someone.
Yes, it is generally within 30 days - unless the grand jury wasn't "sitting' during that time - then an additional 30 days may be added.
Under present law the accused has the right to remain silent andnot incriminate herself or himself. The accused also has the rightto speak with a lawyer. A person who is suspected of a crime isconsidered innocent until proved guilty.
Double Jepoardy means being tried for the same crime after being found not guilty the first time around.
That depends on the seriousnes of the crime. Anything from a slap over the wrist to the rest of your live in jail. In the USA people languish in goal who are not even charged with any crime for years.
"Charged" means that you were accused of the crime by law enforcement. "Convicted" means that you were convicted of the crime after trial.
As of 2013, female same-sex sexual activity is legal. Male same-sexsexual activity is illegal, though the law is generally notenforced. The actual law states: Any male person who, in public or private, commits, or abets thecommission of, or procures or attempts to procure the commission byany male… person of, any act of gross indecency with another maleperson, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which mayextend to 2 years. (MORE)
They write to notify me that they have a request for some necessary documents from the Immigration Department to approve my working Visa to come to London.The Immigration has given them two weeks mandate to provide your Anti Terrorist Certificate and my Anti Drug Trafficking Certificate. They have v…isited the departments responsible for providing these documents for me and they requested the sum of GBP594.00 for my Anti Terrorist Certificate and GBP615.00 for my Anti Drug Trafficking Certificate. . ADDED: It may have quite a lot to do with the reason that you choose to be missing. If you are "missing" because of an illegal or unlawful intent, then yes, you probably can be charged. If you are PURPOSELY ELUDING THE AUTHORITIES then you are not simply "missing." (MORE)
The person in custody must, prior to interrogation, be clearly informed that he or she has the right to remain silent, and that anything the person says may be used against that person in court; the person must be clearly informed that he or she has the right to consult with an attorney and to have …that attorney present during questioning, and that, if he or she is indigent, an attorney will be provided at no cost to represent him or her.. Your Miranda Rights must be read to you if you are being taken into custody.. You have the right to know what crime you are accused of. (MORE)
In the US, anyone can sue anybody for anything. Who are you thinking of suing? The person that reported the crime and fingered you - or the police fror arresting you? Whether, or not, you were released after investigation - had the charges dismissed by the prosecutor - or were found not guilty at tr…ial - if law enforcement had sufficient probable cause to arrest you, you would probably not be able to collect anything. You should discuss your chances of success with an attorney and be guided by his advice. (MORE)
They stole, and killed. Even back in them days murder was illegal as well as steeling. They didn't care about anyone but themselves. If they didn't have enough treasure or gold as they wanted, they would steel it off another ship.
Except for the fact that for one you'll be appearing in state court and the other you'll be appearing in federal court, nothing.
Usually you are liable to be charged the same as the principle who actually committed the offense.
In the US, technically, no. The Constitution affirms the right to hold and express opinions, and the right to assemble peacefully. Racist actions are a crime, but individual thoughts and beliefs are a right. Answer Yeah well it's not a crime being a racist to your dirtbag self but if you comm…it a crime is not gonna flight by we will kill your azx legally in a court of law so please be a responsible racist. (MORE)
ANSWER: Yes, they most definitely can, at least in the State of Kentucky. The Judge will ask you if you want to wave the extradite, but after so long, it doesn't matter. ANSWER: Yes, but they usually wait until one is tried in the present state one is in, unless it is a Federal offense. … ANSWER: The word "state" is not limited to the states of the USA. (USA states are effectively self-governing federal provinces). "State" also means a nation state. Normally two (or more) nation states must sign an extradition treaty before any transfer can occur; and the defendant can seek to resist extradition by having the case tried in his current location. The USA has been successful in extraditing some European citizens. There is some resistance, as the US criminal justice system is far more draconian. (Europe forbids the death penalty, prison sentences are shorter, and almost all convicts become eligible for parole. This does not mean that Europe is soft of crime; as its policies result in a lower crime rate than in the USA, with far fewer murders, rapes and robberies). A UK citizen, Gary McKinnon, who hacked into US military computers, is awaiting extradition. The UK government is refusing to prevent the extradition. This is deeply unpopular with the British public as: (i) the treaty is (amazingly) "one-way", as the USA will not allow its citizens to be extradited to the UK; (ii) The alleged offence was committed in the UK, and so could be tried in the UK; and (iii) and McKinnon is a sufferer of Aspergers syndrome (autism) and is highly likely to become suicidal. (MORE)
ya tech. can be used for crimes.... mobiles which are the greatest advantage of tech. also has disadvantage like you have heard of many sounds,making mms
Some for ex sample weapons cost thousands of lives, But they also save thousands of lives. Other useful tools like a can opener helps open cans.
To be able to be beheaded in the Tudor times you had to break the law or disobey the king or queen
FIrst and foremost you must not have a criminal record. Without qualifying for that basic requirment, none of the rest matter.
technically yes it is. it's called disturbing the peace. what the authorities in your community will do is based upon your city ordinance. it's usually not much else less than the cops coming out and warning you to stop, but a second time can be a different story. it can make way for an arrest if pe…rsistent. (MORE)
That would most likely depend on if you actually committed the crime or not. If you did, you should probably call a lawyer if they have real evidence. Don't run. They'll chase you down.
Blackmail is a situation in which you agree not to share some piece of information in exchange for money or cooperation. If you have a crime to report and go straight to the police with it, you will not be blackmailing anybody. If you are being blackmailed into withholding evidence of a crime, you c…an't prevent it from being blackmail. You either have to cooperate or report the crime and ask the police to protect you. (MORE)
Nobody really knows for sure but Plutarch sites him as nomadic http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Thracians mercenary. He was possibly employed as an Auxiliary of the Roman army or in other accounts he was taken captive by the Roman legions then sold as a slave (This account would be more logical and in… keeping). It is also said that his wife was captured with him and if true, this leads us to consider that the Romans probably raided Spartacus's camp or home village. No account explains as to why he was sold into slavery, but we know that he eventually ended up as a Gladiator in the Ludus (Gladiator School) of Lentulus Batiatus. It was from here that he was noted for being a major protagonist in the riot and eventual uprising of the slaves along with two Gauls named 'Crixus' and 'Oenemous'. (MORE)
It depends which country you came from illegally. Basically your good for all countries except for Asian countries and Mexico Another View: Your nationality does not exempt you from the law. If you are in the US unlawfully, ergo : You are here illegaly. PERIOD.
The length of time depends on the crime. Example: An unsolved murder is never closed no matter how long it takes to find the murderer and many cold case files have been resolved because of this law. There are Statute of Limitations for some minor crimes.
The best possible response is that it can be. If the accuser knows before making the charge, then yes, it is one of a number of crimes. However, the innocent are wrongly accused and not uncommonly convicted in the US every day.
Yes, but, the minor can still demand the right to having an adult present before further questions are asked. Legally, questioning must then stop until the chosen person arrives. Added: "Questioned" and "accused" are the key components of the question, but no information is given on who is doing… the questioning and acccusing. If it is a school administrator, that would be governed by the school administration's rules. Civilian school administrators are NOT law enforcement officers and their inter-actions with students do not fall under the purview of criminal procedure. If done by a sworn law enforcment officer - the police do have leeway to speak with minors regarding their actions without having to have a parent present. It is when the questioning stage becomes the "accusatory" stage that most agencies require that a parent/guardian be notified and present. When/If the situation is an arrest, and the juvenile is "in custody," parents/guardians MUST always be notified. (MORE)
Yes and no, to be indicted with a crime is to be a charged with a crime. However, the difference lies in the fact that you can be charged with a crime based on probable cause, where as to be indicted, a grand jury must review the information to determine if their is sufficient evidence to proceed wi…th charging someone with a crime. So basically: . Indicted: Prosecutor is not positive they have enough probable cause to charge a person with the commission of a crime so they use a grand jury to provide the evidence to a group of unbiased people to determine if they feel there is enough evidence to move forward with charges . Charged: Prosecutor has sufficient evidence to proceed with a criminal trial and feels they can prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you have committed a crime. (MORE)
Whether or not an attorney is disbarred is up to the State Bar Association of which they are, or desire to be, a member.
A victim is a person directly and proximately harmed as a result of the commission of an offense (i.e.: the one against whom the offense was committed).
Not necessarily, some children cannot communicate or are suffering from post-traumatic stress. Any children in which these do not apply to will be expected to answer some questions.
well, witches were believed to be bad so people wanted to kill them!! the end bye!!
YES. Under Common Law you can sue for damages due to malicious prosecution. You can sue for damages, provided you can prove that there were damages, but law enforcement and courts are not responsible for any "damage" they do if they were operating within the confines of the law. In other words, i…f the justice system had a legal right to do whatever they did AT THE TIME THEY DID IT (ie: when you were still implicated, before you were cleared), you don't have a leg to stand on. As an example: If the police came and tore up your couches, you cannot sue to replace them unless they... A) didn't have a warrant at all B) the warrant did not permit them to search there (they can't search for a stolen TV in your couch because it could not be there) C) the warrant was improperly granted, with insufficient evidence to establish probable cause D) the police misconducted themselves in some other way (insufficient evidence for a stop or reasonable suspicion, abuse, denying medical care, arrest without reading Miranda Rights, etc....) I don't know what your situation is, but if you got fired for being suspected of something, you could possibly get a letter from a court official stating you were cleared, but it won't necessarily require your employer to hire you back. Furthermore if the contract with your employer was "at will" (and it probably was) then there's literally nothing you can do - they're allowed to fire you because they don't like your face, or just because they feel like it. You'll have to look at the specific laws in the jurisdiction that tried you. (MORE)
1-Right to remain silent 2-Anything that person says or does many be used against them inthe court of law 3-Right to consult an attorney 4-Right to know what they're being accused of 5-Obtain witnesses if necessary 6th Amendment Source-My Civics Textbook-The Consititution of the United States
What is the difference in being charged with having drug paraphernalia and charged with possessing and instrument of crime?
There really isn't a difference. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia means you're caught possessing a pipe, rolling papers, or other item that can be directly connected to the use of a narcotic. Possessing an instrument of crime includes drug paraphernalia but extend to burglary tools, weapons, etc. Th…e former may be a lesser charge of the second. (MORE)
China is accused of cyber crimes because it refuses to stop the hackers and corporate spies that operate within its borders. It is therefore assumed that the government itself is behind many of these attacks.
There are many methods being put in place to combat cyber crimes like antivirus - to prevent malicious attacks and spam, fraud detection methods have been placed on sites, online harassment protections have been put in place, like reporting a comment or an issue.
The perpetrator of a crime is the person who actually committed the crime. A suspect may or may not have committed the crime. A suspect has not been confirmed as being the perpetrator.
Jesus said He was the son of God this would have been blaspemhy tothe Jews: Joh 19:7 The Jews answered him, "We have a law, and according toour law He ought to die, because He made Himself the Son of God." When pilate could find no fault with Jesus: Joh 19:12 From then on Pilate sought to release… Him, but the Jewscried out, saying, "If you let this Man go, you are not Caesar'sfriend. Whoever makes himself a king speaks against Caesar." Previously Pilate had asked Jesus if He was a king (John 18:37) andJesus asnswered He was king but not an earthly king. (MORE)
Can I return to Walmart for being accused of gross misconduct from an employer guilty of hate crime?
We do not know the circumstances. The decision would have to bemade through a court or industrial tribunal after an investigationof the facts.