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by Mic Brody
6 years ago
5 Versions of Violence

Have you ever experienced violence either directly and indirectly from a person, group or groups of people? Then you know that violence can be very devastating and comes in many forms, not just physical violence. In fact there are five major types of violence that can drastically affect your life and how you feel about yourself.

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by Andrew J. Garcia, Law Practice Management Coach
6 years ago
Writing Your Will? Remember the Importance of the "Story" Behind Life's "Little Treasures"

Estate planning is more than just figuring out who gets your house and bank accounts. It's also about passing on your legacy. When planning your estate, be sure to remember the stories behind the little treasures in your life. Your loved ones will value them far more than you think.

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by ologsinquito
6 years ago
The Strange Case of Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez Angulo

Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo of the prestigious MD Anderson Medical Center was indicated for allegedly attempting to murder a colleague. Here is an update of this bizarre case.

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by Chris
6 years ago
Jury Duty

Everyone seems to hate jury duty and will offer you all kinds of advice on how to get excused. I was excited the first time I received a letter informing me that I was to do my civic duty and serve on a panel of jurists. I'm not sure how jury duty is conducted outside of Clark County, so I will give an account of what to expect in my case.

Lifestyle
by Alex Gopson
6 years ago
How To Get Out of a Traffic Ticket

Whether you are a new driver or someone who is facing their first driving offense, these tips will help you keep your record clean.

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by egdcltd
6 years ago
Damaged Justice in the Career Girls Murders of 1963

When two young women--both working professionals, one a teacher, the other a magazine "copy girl"--were found stabbed to death in their apartment in 1963, police had only one thing in mind: close the case.  However, their initial suspect, a mentally incompetent black man, turned out NOT to be their killer, though he was arrested, confessed, and put behind bars.

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by Jon
7 years ago
Parolees - A Danger?

Are parolees as much of a danger as so many people think? Take a look at the numbers.

Lifestyle
by Jon
7 years ago
An Overview of the Nature and Purpose of the Criminal Justice System

An Overview of the Nature and Purpose of the Criminal Justice System

Lifestyle
by adragast
7 years ago
Unusual Burglary Case Creates Incredible Polemic in France

An unusual case of a jewelry shop burglary in Nice, France has created some hot polemic and has become a viral topic in the French social media. A Facebook page created in this context has for example got more than one million likes! Seldom had France been so...

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by Gonzo
7 years ago
The 1984 McDonalds Massacre

In 1984 there was a tragic slaughter at the McDonalds in San Ysidro California. Including the gunman, 22 people died that day. James Oliver Huberty entered the McDonalds in San Ysidro, California and killed 21 people and injured 19 others. The carnage in the aftermaths of those deaths...

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by classicalgeek
7 years ago
What Happens to Your Digital Content After You Die?

Are your heirs legally protected? Have you given control of your articles to the right person?

Lifestyle
by Peter Geekie
7 years ago
Profile a terrorist by thinking like a terrorist.

To address the problem of terrorist religious or political atrocities it is necessary to think in the same way as the perpetrator. To be successful the British sense of "fair play" must be put to one side as we are dealing with a murderer who has no compassion or discrimination.

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by Marlando
7 years ago
Reforming American Law

This article promises to make you think and feel as information unfolds about our legal, penal and judiciary systems that perhaps you never would have dreamed of. And so, be prepared to be shocked especially if you've never had any dealings with law enforcement...and if you have, be prepared to wallow in a few old memories. No matter who you are this piece concerns you and those you love. Worth the read!

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by Wesman_Todd_Shaw
7 years ago
Why Are The Police Killing Our Dogs?

All over the USA police officers are murdering our dogs for sport, for fun, or for practice at killing things. There is no excuse for this, and it is up to WE THE PEOPLE to see to it it stops directly.

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by egdcltd
7 years ago
Ruth Ellis' Last Stand: Britain's Final Female Execution

Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl.  Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.

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by Patrick Baga
7 years ago
Zimmerman Verdict: A Blunt Reminder of the Shortcomings of Our Judicial System

On Saturday night, George Zimmerman was found not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin. Given the lack of evidence, it is difficult to dispute the unsettling verdict. But what is easy to identify is the numerous shortcomings of the American judicial system.

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by Noah
7 years ago
Why China Tops The List of International Cyber Crime Activity

When it comes to cyber crime, billions are at stake and foreign intrusions are the leading cause of economic loss

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by Patrick Baga
7 years ago
Anthony, Zimmerman, Hernandez, Oh My! What a Nation's Obsession with Murder Trials Tells Us About Ourselves

As a nation, we are obsessed with murder trials. Why? And what does this tell us about ourselves?

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by egdcltd
7 years ago
John Reginald Halliday Christie & The Serial Murders of 10 Rillington Place

One of the 20th Century's most vile serial killers, John Reginald Halliday Christie, grew up humiliated by his sexual ignorance and inexperience.  It left him almost completely impotent.  However, he later discovered that the act of strangling and otherwise overpowering a woman gave him great sexual pleasure.  In this early part of his murderous career, he killed two women, the second of which was murdered with the aid of a device of his own making, a glass jar through which he dispensed lethal coal gas.  

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by Marlando
7 years ago
Gay Marriage: A New View

It doesn't matter if you are pro or con on gay marriage this article promises to give new insight into the marriage questions and sets out to settle the issue once and for all.

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