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Criminal Law

Inside the Silk Road Scandal
1 year ago

Inside the Silk Road Scandal

In the case of Ross Ulbricht A/K/A Dread Pirate Roberts (DPR) it seems like a slam dunk case for the prosecution. Ross, by his own admission, founded the Silk Road …
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The Bittersweet Murder of Amber Hagerman
1 year ago

The Bittersweet Murder of Amber Hagerman

It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. 9-year-old Amber Hagerman had just gotten out of school for the day and wanted to go ride her bike around an abandoned grocery store parking …
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To Serve and Protect?
1 year ago

To Serve and Protect?

On the morning of February 12, 2011, Joe Lozito boarded northbound train No. 3 at New York’s Penn Station. Lozito takes the first seat, located directly behind the train operator’s …
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Angel’s Face, Devil’s Heart
2 years ago

Angel’s Face, Devil’s Heart

Honestly, we will never know for sure what turns a man into a monster. Is it the way their families treat them? Is it their criminal nature? If you want …
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What Fascinates Us About True Crime?
2 years ago

What Fascinates Us About True Crime?

True crime podcasts such as Serial, Criminal and, of course, Sword and Scale are currently amongst the most popular downloads on iTunes. Every day millions of fans flock to download …
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The Monster-in-Law
2 years ago

The Monster-in-Law

Stillou Christofi was born in a poor Cypriot village in 1900 and after her marriage, she had her only son, Stavros. Being a bossy woman, she could not tolerate her mother-in-law …
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The Beautiful Beast
2 years ago

The Beautiful Beast

There is a type of people who don’t regret their mistakes. Their actions do not make them feel embarrassed, shameful or sad when they come to light, but they actually …
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What Parents Need to Know About CyberBullying
2 years ago

What Parents Need to Know About CyberBullying

This harassment can go down between kids when they send vicious messages to other kids. They may not realize that is a serious action even though there is no face-to-face …
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Should Our Thoughts Be a Criminal Offense?
2 years ago

Should Our Thoughts Be a Criminal Offense?

Back when I was going through my digital forensics training we were instructed on how to recover information on perpetrators or missing persons through a variety of means including, but …
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Pseudo-Science in the Court
2 years ago

Pseudo-Science in the Court

The nation’s largest post-conviction review of forensic evidence is currently underway after the FBI admits that the nearly three decade practice of using visual comparisons for hair samples and bite …
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