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To Parker, the rights of ________ took precedence over the rights of the ________. (Points : 2) society / individual individual / society officers / administrators
civilians / police
To Parker, the rights of individual took precedence over the rights of the society.
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User: To Parker, the rights of ________ took precedence over the rights of the ________. (Points : 2) society / individual individual / society officers / administrators civilians / police

Weegy: To Parker, the rights of individual took precedence over the rights of the society.
belladonnax|Points 70|

User: In late 1800s New York, the police reform board was headed by: (Points : 2) Theodore Roosevelt. August Vollmer. Henry Fielding. William Penn.

Weegy: In late 1800s New York, the police reform board was headed by: A. Theodore Roosevelt.
Overn|Points 20|

User: Under the "frankpledge" system, every tithing was sworn to protect fellow citizens and to apprehend offenders. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: Under the "frankpledge" system, every tithing was sworn to protect fellow citizens and to apprehend offenders is TRUE.
achazia24|Points 270|

User: Today, if an inquest determines the deceased came to his or her death through criminal means, the coroner may: (Points : 2) execute the offender. give permission to the deceased person's family to take revenge on the offender. issue a death certificate. issue a warrant for the arrest of the accused party.

Weegy: The answer is issue a death certificate. A coroner or medical examiner must sign the death certificate of the deceased.
Expert answered|gorezilla1|Points 0|

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