Crime & Justice Issues
Find the key statistics for understanding why people are murdered in the US and worldwide.
Richard Kuklinski, known as the Iceman, was a brutal and sadistic killer and torturer who was feared throughout the underworld. He was for many years a top mafia hitman, murderer, and enforcer.
Trina Garnett, a schizophrenic, has spent 40 years in prison, against the wishes of her judge, over an accident that occurred when she was only 14.
In 30 years as an outreach worker helping abused children, I've never once interviewed a single perpetrator. I decided to rectify that, and with the help of local law enforcement, set out to interview four convicted...
His accuser recanted her story but the court refused to overturn his conviction because of an antiquated law. Will he die in prison because the judicial system failed?
Racial profiling: the new Arizona immigration law is accused of doing it. What is racial profiling, are there different types, how it is related to the AZ law, and how can it affect you?
Bill Pelke, grandson of Ruth Pelke, viciously murdered by 15-year-old Paula Cooper, forgave her killer and advocated against the teen's death sentence. Cooper was the youngest death row inmate ever.
In 1892, Andrew Borden and his wife were killed in their Massachusetts home. The resulting trial was the very first media trial in the United States, one in which Lizzie Borden was brought before a jury and finally...
Every city in the world has its gangsters, the ones who control the drug dealing, prostitution and general law-breaking. This article is about Glasgow gangsters.
Caylee Anthony died as a toddler and no one has ever been held accountable. Her Mother became infamous as a result. She charmed her lawyers and hypnotized the jurors and she got off. How can this be?
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