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Transcript: Thank You! Correction Presentation Prison Inmate's Death Topic 1 June 18, 2020 inmate Christopher Howell (age 51) was beaten in his cell. On June 19th, 2020 Howell died from his injuries. But what HAPPENED!? What Occurred? Former prison guard Michael Riley murdered Howell. Riley threw Howell aggressively into his cell; then proceeded to beat the life out of him. Topic 2 Howell's Sentence Subtopic 1 Howell was serving a four year sentence. Howell was charged for stealing phone chargers from a Target and for grand theft auto. Christopher Howell Subtopic 2 Prison guard Howell (age 27) Known to be hot headed and have a bad temper. Had 22 excessive use of force incidents in a 12 month period leading up to Howell's death. Howell's Injuries Topic 3 Less than one minute in the cell Riley walked out. Howell was found laying down in his cell in a pool of blood. His injuries consisted of large cuts on his face and head; a fractured neck and multiple broken ribs. June 19, 2020 Howell was brought to the Orlando Regional Medical Center. He died from the injuries he substituted from the beating. Text Picture Picture Ethical Theories & Dilemma Topic 4 The ethical dilemma faced was Riley the prison guard beating the life out of Howell. Ethical egoism was used because Riley did not care what consequences happened he wanted Howell dead. Ethical Formalism was used because he had a motive and it was to kill Howell. Riley's Charges Title Riley was charged with second degree murder for killing Howell. He is still awaiting the to see the length of his sentence. References Title https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/2021/apr/1/florida-prison-guard-indicted-prisoner-death-blunt-force-trauma/ https://nypost.com/2020/12/03/florida-cop-charged-with-killing-inmate-had-history-of-violence/#:~:text=Michael%20Riley%2C%2027%2C%20who%20faces,cases%2C%20the%20Miami%20Herald%20said.

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Transcript: Payne v. Tennessee https://murderpedia.org/male.P/p/payne-pervis.htm Jonathan Juarez Fernando Jimenez Catherine Leija Lizzette Lara Kasandra Lazcano Payne v. Tennessee Video summary Video Payne v Tennessee (1991). (2020). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGu0VpAW8JM Facts about the case: The facts - Payne was drinking and doing cocaine that morning and afternoon of the murder. - Pervis Payne murdered Charisse Christopher and her daughter Lacie. - Tried avoiding death penalty by calling up four witnesses to back up his good character. -Nicholas, Charisse's 3 year old son suffered several severe stab wounds, but survived. -Nicholas' grandmother shared how the loss of his mother and little sister had a huge impact on his life at such a young age. -After being convicted, Payne was sentenced to death. -Payne tried fighting against the prosecution that they were not able to use the testimony of Charisse's mother about how the trauma impacted Nicholas. -The Tennessee supreme court ruled against him. -(Oyez, 2020). Issue Does the Eighth Amendment prohibit a capital sentencing jury from considering the impact that a victim's death had upon surviving family members? (Oyez, 2020) Issue Argument (Payne's point view) Payne's Argument Payne was able to provide four witnesses who testified that indeed Payne was a person with a good sense of character. Payne also mentioned that prosecutors are not allowed to use the testimony of the victim for the death penalty. Therefore it meant the case could not be closed according to the 8th amendment (Oyez, 2020). Argument (Tennessee view point) They convicted Payne and sentenced him to death. According to the Tennessee courthouse, the Payne case which was aggravated and savage murder. One principle the Tennessee court uses is that punishment should fit the crime (Oyez, 2020). State's Argument Court decisions Court Decisions The decision was a 6-3 against Pervis Payne (Oyez, 2020). CHIEF JUSTICE William H. Rehnquist delivered the opinion (Oyez, 2020). JUSTICES Rehnquist, White, O’Connor, Scalia, Kennedy, and Souter voted against Payne, while JUSTICES Marshall, Blackmun, and Stevens dissented (Oyez, 2020). Reason Reason The Court's reason behind their ruling simply states that “virtually no limits are placed on the relevant mitigating evidence a capital defendant may introduce concerning his own circumstances” the prosecution must be allowed to submit similar counter evidence” (Justia, 2020). This case overruled Booth v. Maryland, and South Carolina v. Gathers (Justia, 2020). References References (n.d.). Retrieved April 14, 2020, from https://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=https://murderpedia.org/male.P/images/payne_pervis_t/ppayne_000.jpg&imgrefurl=https://murderpedia.org/male.P/p/payne-pervis.htm&tbnid=WJm-Ss1U5HTO8M&vet=12ahUKEwiNkOT1kefoAhVLDq0KHV8xDj4QMygEegUIARDqAQ..i&docid=uRZVaP-C_GrulM&w=175&h=160&q=payne vs tennessee&ved=2ahUKEwiNkOT1kefoAhVLDq0KHV8xDj4QMygEegUIARDqAQ Payne v Tennessee (1991). (2020). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGu0VpAW8JM Payne v. Tennessee. (n.d.). Retrieved April 7, 2020, from https://quizlet.com/5325414/payne-v-tennessee-flash-cards/

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Transcript: Importance of the 3 levels of Govt. It is beneficial for a country to have 3 different levels of government because various different situations and problems can be handled with different levels as each one has its own set of responsibilities and commitments. For example, public transit issues would be handled by the Municipal Government, whereas property and civil rights would fall under the Provincial/Territorial Government, and finally citizenship or insurance would be handled by the Federal Government. Going up every level, the responsibility grows more importance, and with 3 levels of government it is far more easy to organize these responsibilities. General Responsibilities: defense criminal law employment* insurance postal service census* copyrights trade regulation external relations* money and banking transportation* citizenship Indian affairs General Responsibilities: property and civil rights* administration of justice natural resources and the environment* education healthcare* welfare* General Responsibilities: water* sewage* waste collection/management* public transit* land use planning* libraries emergency services* animal control economic development* Caused by: Failure of pumps at Point Lepreau Coolants stopped working because of a power outage caused by a storm which caused malfunctions Lack of maintenance for their back up generators which meant that all systems stopped working Responding to Death Strike The Federal Government would respond by: Employing volunteers to help cleanse the area of nuclear pollutants Ask for assistance with allied countries Assist Municipal governments with transportation issues Execute the Federal Nuclear Emergency Plan (FNEP) Dealing with water leakage issues Municipal Government Reaction The Municipal Government would respond by: closing up their sewage areas to keep radioactive water from entering Doing an emergency evacuation either in the city or even out of it Transporting people out during evacuations Assisting in traffic control emergency shelters Federal Government Reaction The meltdown from the reactor released huge amounts of radiation within the proximity, killing people with these rays. In addition to this, radioactive material was released into the water not only affecting many of the waters from the tsunami in Japan but also it entered the pacific ocean. That harmed the wildlife but also would travel east to the United States and Canada In the case of our disaster, we wouldn’t really be facing a tsunami, but a defective cooling pump that is backing up causing unnecessary harm to the nuclear plant and other damage. Provincial/Territorial Government The Provincial/Territorial Government would respond by: They would help in major scale evacuations. For instance, they may order evacuations provincial wide and get all the southern areas in NB to areas like the northern part of the province Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec or even the United States They would aid in traffic control for major roads to make sure the people or buses are evacuating properly They may also need to be there to provide larger shelters They might need to cut schooling during this predicament. Along with the federal government, surrounding provinces may need to bring their environmental policies to their citizens to make sure certain ares wouldn't go outside at the time In addition to the shelters, they might have to provide rations and help the ones who were evacuated with gathering for Health Units along with the Federal government. The Levels of Government Nuclear Breakdown Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Blast Radius Provincial/Territorial Government Reaction Relief Plan: The aspects of administration involved and required for the relief plan would obviously consist of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) as stated before to help with dealing with the nuclear waste radiating from the leakage. Also, because of the fact that this is Canada's first ever nuclear disaster, aid and support from allied countries such as Japan would be extremely beneficial as they would provide updated instructions and coordinations from their previous encounters with nuclear disasters. (Fukushima) What are the levels of government? Federal Government INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY Death Strike; What caused it? Chernobyl Blast Radius Municipal Government Area of Pointe Lepreau and Possible Evacuation Areas Death Strike Havoc Report Sites in and around Point Lepreau that have a potential risk of being exposed to radiation

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