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What Is The Difference Between Murder and Manslaughter?
Murder is an incredibly serious crime. Murder is defined in the legal system today as killing someone illegally, and with intent. Legal killings, such as the death penalty, would not be considered murder. Killings that occur with no intent...
By Ariel Parat
Feds Arrest Two In Buffalo For Debt Collection Scam
The U.S. Attorney's office handed in a criminal complaint Friday in U.S. District Court charging Timothy E. Arent and Neil G. Wieczkowski, both of Buffalo, N.Y., with mail fraud and conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Arent is also charged with...
By Jonathan Summers
The Bay Area Serial Psychopath - The Zodiac Killers Victims
Many people live with fond memories and illusions about the "wonderful era of the 1960's". It was the time of rock n roll legends, of peace marches and more. Yet the 1960's had more of their share of terror and evil inclinations.
By Raymond U. Piker
Details About The Defense Attorney's Of OJ Simpson That Were Involved In America's Most Famous Murder Trial In History
This article will describe the most widely covered and publicized murder trial in the US court system . It happened in 1994 when famous former football star, OJ Simpson was charged in the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and...
By Connor Sullivan
Forensic Audit Defined
Forensic auditing is an accounting method that tracks down evidence committed in a crime involving embezzlement and fraud. This process is important in litigating criminal acts in the court of law.
By Greg Pierce
Is Anyone Doing Anything About Identity Theft?
The crime of Identity Theft occurs when one person's name, social security number, ID card, account number or any other form of identification is used by or transferred to another person for unlawful purposes.
By Jerry Tarrer
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