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Three Notorious Female Serial Killers that History Forgot

When you think about a serial killer, what kind of profile comes to mind? By definition anyone who commits more than three murders in a short period of time is classified as a serial killer. More prominently featured is the profile of the average ...
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U.S. Juvenile Arrest Rates and Violent Crime Arrest Rates for Different Races...

In the United States the law views a minor or juvenile as a person under the legal adult age, which changes depending on which state you are in.  However the majority of the states in the U.S., and the Federal Districts, define the adult a...
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McKinney Texas Police Officer Resigns after Incident of Alleged Brutality

Police Constable Eric Casebolt resigned on Tuesday, June the 9th but indicates he was not pressured by the administration of McKinney Texas law enforcement. Casebolt made his resignation in lieu of paid administrative leave voluntary after a video...
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Stay or Go? Countries that Have Extradition Policies with America

(Image Credit:http://resources1.news.com.au/images/2012/05/30/1226375/441893-assange-extradition.jpg)One of the most high profile and recent cases of extradition involved an order from the British High Court to remand Julian Assange, the founder a...
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Makes Deleting Your Browser History an Act of Obstruction

(Image  credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/anonymouscollective/4263193267/)The act of terrorism on April 15, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts injured 260 American’s and killed three after two bombs were discharged at the finish line of the Bo...
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Cops ie and Plant Evidence

Cops Lie and Plant Evidence By Michael Kennedy on Feb 19, 2015 | 0 Comments I have said this for years, sometimes to the outraged condemnation of police groupies and pissed-off cops, but now a cop himsel...
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Unpublished 9th Cir. Case shows (1) that KNOWLEDGE instruction for 18 USC §10...

In US v. Tara Mezzeo, (9th Cir. 2015) No. 13-10481 D.C. No. 2:12-cr-00337-JCM-CWH-1 a citizen supposedly lied to government agents relating to an 18 U.S.C. §1035 (healthcare) matter and were prosecuted under 18 U.S.C. §1001.  Agent notes were...
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DUI Charges- Long-Term Effects on Education & Career Prospects

Getting arrested and convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) can make life more difficult, long after you’ve served out the sentence or punishment issued by the court. A DUI can have severely detrimental effects, particularly when you’re...
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Women: The New Scapegoats of Drug Crime

Drug crimes come in many form. Drug manufacturing, possessing, use and trafficking are the most common forms of drug crimes. Of these, drug trafficking has come into maximum limelight because of its treacherous nature, drug mafia wars and prominen...
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Ex-NFL Player Darren Sharper denied bail and forced to fight rape allegations...

Last Monday, March 13, 2013, Darren Sharper was brought before the felony arraignment court again in downtown Los Angeles where his attorneys unsuccessfully argued for him to be released on bail pending additional charges being filed against him i...
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