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Criminal Law

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
3 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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Satanic Panic
3 years ago

Satanic Panic

The “Satanic Panic” that swept over the media through late 1970s into the early 1990s commonly refers to the belief that satanic cults were responsible for a smorgasbord of serious …
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Setting the Standard for Depravity
3 years ago

Setting the Standard for Depravity

“Evil”, “depraved”, “heinous”. These are all terms typically associated with crimes such a torture, murder, and rape. Chances are, unless you’re an English major or you’re the type of person …
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