Ethical Theories applied to capital punishment: is it wrong to kill killers?
"Every criminal leaves a trace" according to Dr Edmond Locard's Principle of Exchange. The Sherlock Holmes of France - Edmond Locard pioneered the science of crime scene investigation.
Involved in a court case? Learn the basics of OBJECTIONS - and WIN. Like to watch “Law and Order” or “The Good Wife”? Learn what they’re objecting to and why.
It is a potential felony in California to carry a loaded handgun in your vehicle unless you have a conceal carry permit, and your pistol has been registered in the California Department of Justice (sic) Automated Firearms System. If caught...
Hub answering the question why do courts use Courtroom sketch artists. Given the presence of digital technology why does courts employ sketch artists to visually capture court proceedings.
Nosy neighbors - we all have at least one don’t we? It seems that every time you go outside to check the mail, there they are pretending to prune hedges that do not need pruning. Have friends over for dinner and you can be sure that they will be...
If you've got a penchant for pressing the gas pedal a little too far, then a speeding ticket is an inevitable pain in the butt. On the bright side, fighting and beating speeding tickets in Washington State is a lot easier than you might think
Is it time to reconsider cruel and unusual punishment? Who is the Eight Amendment protecting?
Montana is one of the most beautiful states I've seen. The mountains, streams, and lakes make it a nature lovers dream.
There are over 75 types of Tribunal and Administration Tribunals are used more frequently than most others. Nearly all Administration Tribunals are created by statute and are the enforcement of social and welfare rights. There are 3 main types of...