Court Visit - Dean Search Professor Van Horne Crime and...

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Dean Search Professor Van Horne Crime and Punishment 29 November 2010 Court Visit When we were requested to do a courtroom visit or police ride along in the beginning of the semester, I was reluctant to schedule an appointment. Luckily we were allowed to do this with a friend. Joe Bagnall and I decided we wanted to go on a police ride along together. However this was much harder then anticipated and both me and Joe struggled to get a hold of the police station that we wanted to do the ride along with. Finally, Joe was able to talk to them over the phone but unfortunately, that particular police station no longer did ride along programs. Since our first option was shot down and we had minimal time, we decided to do a courtroom visit. The day was November 24, 2010 and we attended a local court in the town of York, Pennsylvania. We arrived at nine o’clock in the morning and stayed for three hours. My nerves of doing this assignment were tremendous and I was more panicky then I had ever been before. When we arrived and entered the courthouse I was extremely overwhelmed by the chaos that was clearly apparent from the second I walked in. Personally, I have never been in a courthouse, and hope that I will never have to experience it, but this was not how I pictured it.
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