Trials and verdicts

After entering the guilty plea, he then rejected the offer after his lawyer told him that the prosecution would be unable to establish intent to ruder because the victim had been shot below the waist. Criminal court was the best court to handle this case because it was involving a harmful act upon another human being. Another case was the …

IntroIn from the main hazards of utilizing technology

IntroIn the modern technology-driven grow older, keeping our private information private has become more hard. The the fact is, highly categorized details have become more open to public directories, because we’re more interconnected than ever before. Our data can be obtained for almost any person to dig through for this reason interconnectivity. This creates an adverse stigma that using technology …

Public Opinion Supports Gun Control

Public Opinion Supports Gun Rights Stillwater, K – Recently, National Rifle Association-Institution for Legislative Action (NEAR-ILL) had focused on a problem of gun rights and right to carry (ROTC). By the way, NEAR had tracked some solid polls which strongly show the stability in public opinion on supporting gun rights. According to the survey from Pew Research Center in April …

Modern Communication in the Criminal Justice System

Today officers can search millions of fingerprints in seconds with the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AVIS). Technologies have also went portable with the installation of Mobile Data Terminals (MAT) in many police vehicles.Having access to many databases in the field, officers are given an advantage. Having the information at hand is only handy if officers know the true identity of …

Drugs & Crime

An examination of federal statues and Minnesota laws reveals that there are enough provisions to reduce and stop drug and substance abuse. There are severe penalties for the abuser. Still on the overall levels the law in Minnesota has been more effective in stopping substance abuse than the federal law. There is sufficient deterrent in the Federal Law and the …