Falling for His Suspect

Feel the excitement in these uplifting romances, part of the Where Secrets are Safe series: Book 1: Wife by Design Book 2: Once a Family Book 3: Husband by Choice Book 4: Child by Chance Book 5: Mother by Fate Book 6: The Good Father Book 7 ...

Author: Tara Taylor Quinn

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 1488071543

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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USA TODAY Bestselling Author All he wants is justice… …until his search for the truth leads him to her. Detective Greg Johnson thinks he knows how to handle witnesses. Then he meets Jasmine Taylor. They both want to get to the bottom of the allegations against Jasmine’s brother, but can Greg trust her to tell him everything she knows? And can he trust himself to resist this enigmatic—and alluring—woman with a tragic past? From Harlequin Romantic Suspense: Danger. Passion. Drama. Feel the excitement in these uplifting romances, part of the Where Secrets are Safe series: Book 1: Wife by Design Book 2: Once a Family Book 3: Husband by Choice Book 4: Child by Chance Book 5: Mother by Fate Book 6: The Good Father Book 7: Love by Association Book 8: His First Choice Book 9: The Promise He Made Her Book 10: Her Secret Life Book 11: The Fireman's Son Book 12: For Joy's Sake Book 13: A Family for Christmas Book 14: Falling for the Brother Book 15: A Defender's Heart Book 16: Her Detective's Secret Intent Book 17: Shielded in the Shadows Book 18: Falling for His Suspect

The Age of Reagan The Fall of the Old Liberal Order

Given that roughly one out of four criminal cases is solved through the voluntary confession of the suspect (courts routinely excluded involuntary or coerced cunfessioiis before Miranda), the Miranda decision had an immediate and ...

Author: Steven F. Hayward

Publisher: Crown Forum

ISBN: 0307453707

Category: Political Science

Page: 848

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The Age of Reagan brings to life the tumultuous decade and a half that preceded Ronald Reagan’s ascent to the White House. Drawing on scores of interviews and years of research, Steven F. Hayward takes us on an engrossing journey through the most politically divisive years the United States has had to endure since the decade before the Civil War. Hayward captures an America at war with itself—and an era whose reverberations we feel to this very day. He brings new insight into the profound failure of Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society, the oddly liberal nature of Richard Nixon’s administration, the significance of Reagan’s years as California’s governor, the sudden-death drama of his near defeat of Gerald Ford in the 1976 Republican primary, the listlessness of Jimmy Carter’s leadership, and the political earthquake that was Reagan’s victorious presidential campaign in 1980. Provocative, authoritative, and majestic in scope, The Age of Reagan is an unforgettable account of the rebirth and triumph of the American spirit.

The Suspect s Statement

Besides questioning the suspect, police officers have a number of practical tasks that are never reported. ... These kind of practical tasks and interpersonal exchanges are generally treated as falling outside the scope of the ...

Author: Martha Komter

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1108622909

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines


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What suspects tell the police may become a crucial piece of evidence when the case comes to court. But what happens to 'the suspect's statement' when it is written down by the police? Based on a unique set of data from over fifteen years' worth of research, Martha Komter examines the trajectory of the suspect's statement from the police interrogation through to the trial. She shows how the suspect's statement is elicited and written down in the police report, how this police report both represents and differs from the original talk in the interrogation, and how it is quoted and referred to in court. The analyses cover interactions in multiple settings, with documents that link one interaction to the next, providing insights into the interactional and documentary foundations of the criminal process and, more generally, into the construction, character and uses of documents in institutional settings.

In the Name of National Security

1 74 officer of the law. He already seems to be wavering, held in suspension between a desire to apprehend the suspect and a desire to let him go. In losing his footing and almost falling to his death, he does not so much resolve the ...

Author: Robert J. Corber

Publisher: Duke University Press

ISBN: 0822382237

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 272

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In the Name of National Security exposes the ways in which the films of Alfred Hitchcock, in conjunction with liberal intellectuals and political figures of the 1950s, fostered homophobia so as to politicize issues of gender in the United States. As Corber shows, throughout the 1950s a cast of mind known as the Cold War consensus prevailed in the United States. Promoted by Cold War liberals--that is, liberals who wanted to perserve the legacies of the New Deal but also wished to separate liberalism from a Communist-dominated cultural politics--this consensus was grounded in the perceived threat that Communists, lesbians, and homosexuals posed to national security. Through an analysis of the films of Alfred Hitchcock, combined with new research on the historical context in which these films were produced, Corber shows how Cold War liberals tried to contain the increasing heterogeneity of American society by linking questions of gender and sexual identity directly to issues of national security, a strategic move that the films of Hitchcock both legitimated and at times undermined. Drawing on psychoanalytic and Marxist theory, Corber looks at such films as Rear Window, Strangers on a Train, and Psycho to show how Hitchcock manipulated viewers' attachments and identifications to foster and reinforce the relationship between homophobia and national security issues. A revisionary account of Hitchcock's major works, In the Name of National Security is also of great interest for what it reveals about the construction of political "reality" in American history.

The Fall The Poisoned Chalice

Maslan folded his arms and took an interest in the panels on the ceiling above his head. ... So naturally, when the envoy asked me if the Imperial Guard could interview the suspect in Bashir's attempted ... I'm not falling for it.

Author: James Swallow

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1476722277

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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The fourth original novel in the electrifying The Next Generation/Deep Space Nine crossover event! One simple act, and the troubles of the United Federation of Planets have grown darker overnight. The mystery behind the heinous terrorist attack that has rocked the Federation to its core grows ever deeper, and William Riker finds himself beset by rumors and half-truths as the U.S.S. Titan is ordered back to Earth on emergency orders from the admiralty. Soon, Riker finds himself drawn into a game of political intrigue, bearing witness to members of Starfleet being detained—including people he considered friends—pending an investigation at the highest levels. And while Riker tries to navigate the corridors of power, Titan’s tactical officer, Tuvok, is given a series of clandestine orders that lead him into a gray world of secrets, lies, and deniable operations. Who can be trusted when the law falls silent and justice becomes a quest for revenge? For the crew of the U.S.S. Titan, the search for answers will become a battle for every ideal the Federation stands for. . . . ™, ®, & © 2013 CBS Studios, Inc. STAR TREK and related marks are trademarks of CBS Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Synnr s Hope

the air around her and he was ready to believe that she could do this, could use her powers successfully and pull this ... The angle was off, and if he tried to take him down with his spark there was too much risk of the suspect falling ...

Author: Kate Rudolph

Publisher: Kate Rudolph


Category: Fiction

Page: 250

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She’s stuck on the wrong planet… Lena is supposed to be back on Earth, but any chance of returning home was stolen by the aliens who kidnapped her. She’s safe from those pirates now, but she’s going crazy on Aorsa with nothing to do. Her only hope lies with Solan, the smokin’ hot military leader responsible for rescuing her from her former captors. She’ll team up with him to earn her wings—literally—but no matter what, they’re not falling in love. He can’t claim a human… Things were simple in the military: follow orders, take out bad guys, protect his people. At home in Osais, Solan has a heap of family obligations and expectations he can’t live up to. Adding a human Match on top of things will only complicate matters, but a Matched unit could go far in the Synnr military. To bond with Lena, he has rules and one is more important than any other: their relationship is strictly professional. But when they fail to gel as a unit, they’re sent off to intensive training in the middle of nowhere. Just Solan, Lena, and a house determined to hone them into the best team they can be. When sparks start flying, there’s nothing to stop the two of them from crashing together with explosive heat. The Zulir Warrior Mates series brings you feisty women, alpha aliens, fated mates, and relationships hot enough to steam up your screen. This book is great for readers of paranormal romance and sci fi romance who love to read in their free time!

Violent Encounters August 2006

As the suspect extended his arms , the officer saw the suspect's weapon , a handgun . As the officer moved toward the suspect ... He recalled having difficulty breathing and then falling to the ground . The officer never saw the second ...






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Ghost Dance

man, standing knee-deep in a rectangular hole, materialized out of the darkness and fog and falling rain. There were several other open and ravaged graves nearby. The suspect continued digging. Templeton and LaCroix walked towards the ...

Author: Matthew Vierling

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595395325

Category: Fiction

Page: 364

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Perjury and Pardon Volume I

168 169 us forgiven, once we have fallen, once we have sinned, after the fall; prayer before and after the fall, ... an avowal must not remain interior — is impeccable in its lucidity and devoid of self- indulgence, cites the suspect ...

Author: Jacques Derrida

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226819175

Category: Philosophy

Page: 355

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An inquiry into the problematic of perjury, or lying, and forgiveness from one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. “One only ever asks forgiveness for what is unforgivable.” From this contradiction begins Perjury and Pardon, a two-year series of seminars given by Jacques Derrida at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales in Paris in the late 1990s. In these sessions, Derrida focuses on the philosophical, ethical, juridical, and political stakes of the concept of responsibility. His primary goal is to develop what he calls a “problematic of lying” by studying diverse forms of betrayal: infidelity, denial, false testimony, perjury, unkept promises, desecration, sacrilege, and blasphemy. Although forgiveness is a notion inherited from multiple traditions, the process of forgiveness eludes those traditions, disturbing the categories of knowledge, sense, history, and law that attempt to circumscribe it. Derrida insists on the unconditionality of forgiveness and shows how its complex temporality destabilizes all ideas of presence and even of subjecthood. For Derrida, forgiveness cannot be reduced to repentance, punishment, retribution, or salvation, and it is inseparable from, and haunted by, the notion of perjury. Through close readings of Kant, Kierkegaard, Shakespeare, Plato, Jankélévitch, Baudelaire, and Kafka, as well as biblical texts, Derrida explores diverse notions of the “evil” or malignancy of lying while developing a complex account of forgiveness across different traditions.