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Criminal Law Presentation
Transcript of Criminal Law Presentation
On a Friday Sept. 16th, 2016 at 5:34 p.m. A Gwinnett County mother was accused of leaving her 3-year-old son in a hot car strapped in his car seat.
It was 88 degrees outside of the vehicle, but 127 degrees inside of the car.
She was Arrested and charged with Reckless Conduct and Booked into Cobb Jail.
Max. penalty Is 12 months In Co. Jail.
On Sept. 16th 2016 accident happened Georgia Route 20 Near Cowan Drive around 11:35 p.m.
51-year-old Scottie Worfford Said he was unable to stop his vehicle and struck the back of a jeep.
The impact killed the driver 25-year-old Deneisha Washington as well as two children 11-month-old Octavian Bynum and 2-year-old lyania Byunum.
Sententeced to First Degree Vehicular Homicide.
The same anit-lock braking system, GPS, and diagnostics structures that makes cars today.
The prospect of car-hacking while in motion is a terrible effect. Tel Aviv was sentence five - 10 years in federal jail for car-hacking.
Criminal Law Presentation
By : Anthony Scruggs
Table of Contents
2. Two Recent Crimanl Cases.
3. Recent Criminal Cases Add-On.
4. Computer Crimes Within 5 Years.
5. Computer Crimes Add-On.
6. Compare & Contrast " Make Your Day "
& " Stand Your Ground ".
Cars could go out of control on highways no because of driving errors or faulty roads conditions, but because someone else is controlling the car.
Its called car hacking, and is a serious threat to the FBI. China launched an automotive cybersecurity committee in july to address car hacking.
They both can be used for " Self Defense ". of Force against Another.
One Law was passed in Colorado, while the other was passed in Florida.
One is to kill, the other is for nody harm.
Verdict - Desicion of jury.
Crime - Offense agaisnt society.
Misdemeanor - Less serious crime.
Punishment - Penalty.
Probable Cause - A Reasonable ground of belief.
White-Collar Crimes - Crimes committed in the business world.
Indictment - Written Accusation.
Arraignment - Where defendants are brought before court.
Bail - Sum of Money or Property.
Subpoena - Individual to appear and testify.,