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Our Court At Work I decided to do an essay over the criminal courts from a slightly different point of view Many people see the courts wheels in action on television when they read a verdict and for many they watched the trial of the century on TV when OJ Simpson was found not guilty however there are many things that happen most people still never hear about or just do not understand when they do I decided to do the essay from the police officers point of view and follow it through the lengthy court battle to the final out come I work as a police officer in the down town area and have been assigned this beat for two years On June 13 1995 my partner and myself were patrolling the Central Business District when we received a disturbance call at approximately 417 PM from the dispatcher at the corner of Commerce and Industrial St in Dallas We were advised that one person had been stabbed and that two other people were believed to have weapons We responded to the call and arrived in about two minutes Once out we found that several witnesses had held the suspect at the scene by tackling him and holding him to the ground The complainant was stabbed once in the right side once in the left chest and sustained several lacerations to the face hands and arms My partner interviewed the witnesses while I got medical attention for the complainant and asked him what happened in the attack The complainant stated to me that he had entered a Dart bus and sat down about three seats from the front He said the suspect was setting two seats in front of him when all of a sudden the suspect started yelling and screaming about something and stood up in the ell Once the
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