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Crime is the breaking of societal law and can result in imprisonment. Ask questions about criminal acts, from stealing candy to homicide, here.
Answer Smuggling occurs when a nation applies high taxes to an item, or banns an item, such as during the Prohibition era in the USA when alcohol was deemed to be illegal. In that case, Canada, right next door, became the biggest supplier to the USA. Huge profits resulted. Many millionaires were …
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Diane Taylor was murdered in August of 1963. Find out which newspapers were being published in Chicago at that time. Most papers still being published will have a web site. Go to the web site and find the section labeled "Archive". Once you access that you can probably find the info you need. You …
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I've been taking 120 mg of straterra for several months and have found it to have a very positive effect on me, I'm calmer than I've ever been. i'd have to say I'm doultful about it causing violence or impulsiveness My son is 8 years old. Diagnosed with ADD and dyslexia. I know I sound like a mo…
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If the fire was still burning, the FD has the right to be inside, search for people and animals needing rescue, search for the fire and its cause, and may incidentally observe anything in plain sight. The fact that something was found inside your house is not proof that it was yours or that you put …
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You can receive probation for up to 2 years, and/or community service. these are the only 2 things i am aware of
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Answer Not if it is a matter of simply not being able to pay, there are however, laws which pertain to fraudulent act(s). The general interpretation is the committing of a deliberate act showing "sufficiently evil intent" to obtain services, goods or money. Exactly.... Criminal law doesn't …
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Average of 2 to 3 years demends on your testings results when returning to school
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The two shooters, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, were exposed to alot of violence as children. Klebold was a typical underachieving, depressed teen who hated and blamed himself more than he hated or blamed others. Harris was a psychopath who would have eventually, on his own, wreaked havoc on the wo…
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I am not sure what the 'still' means in this question. If it means that you are awaiting a divorce, be careful as it may alter the terms of your divorce. If you are content in your marriage, it depends what your husband thinks and what the friend is for.  Another Perspective On the other han…
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Answer Such a debate has been the focus of civil rights groups and the justice system for years. It is a matter of opinion rather than fact, but the majority of persons connected with law enforcement and the judicial procedures of the law believe in specific cases a juvenile should be tried as an…
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Depends there are two types : profit killer and some loser who kills for little money.Mercenaries are essentially soldiers-for-hire. They have been employed by governments and private entities throughout recorded history to kill people. Regular soldiers don't really kill for money, they kill only …
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Answer It does depend on what kind of lawyer you are, but also how good of a lawyer you are. They usually make around $102,470 a year.
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Answer I would think it would cause some difficulty. Most jobs do a background check and would see that you have a felony.
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about 15 million a year, gie or take.
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Answer what kind of job can i get with a associates degree in criminal justice?
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I believe that American InterContinental is one of the best colleges you should go to get a degree as a criminal justice lawyer.
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No, because it's a the same person, but an individual with multiple personalities. In Canada the law is so crazy regarding such things that it's difficult to see where the law actually protects the victim and a possible suicidal person is a victim in most cases. Here, if someone threatens to jum…
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Criminal justice degree programs tend to be set up in either one of two ways. Some programs are more academic and focus on the many theories that explore the social dimensions of crime. Others are set up to prepare individuals for specific vocations. And with a criminal justice bachelor's degree, th…
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That's an easy one. Criminals. Jokes aside. . .By race it is African Americans. They make up 41% of prison inmates (the largest group) and only 12% of the population (2002 figures).Correction: This statistic could mean that Africa Americans are more likely to be caught for a crime, or more likely t…
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Answer Wal-Mart employs more than 2 million worldwide, including more than 1.4 million in the United States.
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Westurn Oregon University, Southern Oregon University, and Sam Houston State are some universitys.
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The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand that lead to the devastating, destructive period known as WWI.
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Watch horrid Henry at 4:30 citv and find out. Obviously!!!!!!Watch horrid Henry at 4:30 citv and find out. Obviously!!!!!!(what the heck it that up there?) Here is a MUCH better answer!Top Five Reasons why RJ is should be further developed and incorporated into the American Criminal Justice System!!…
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Answer Intended as a deterent to juvenile crime, it is an abomination of the first order. A child must be properly defined in a statuatory sense. Governments determine child labor laws by age. They determine access to military service by age. They determine access to alcohol, driving and tobacco …
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International law are laws that apply to a person no matter where in the world that person is such as murder ...
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Oftentimes, justice is attainable through the law. If a person has been wronged, the police can find the perpetrator, the courts will try him, and may be found guilty and appropriately punished. This can give the aggrieved party a feeling that justice has been meted out.
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I think it's 1-2 years... Not sure... Depens on the amount. Actually, the amount is irrelevant in California. Because it is considered the 'date rape' drug, even a few ounces can lead to the same sentence as a few gallons. Of course, 'intent to sell' is a harsher conviction. In most states, simple p…
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Scene is not emo.Scene is a fashion and is not music. Emo is a type of music, scene is different, Scene's like bring colours and are always happy.Emos are into gothic like clothes and are usaually un happy. Most scene people prefer the styles of music like screamo and metal. True scenes listen to al…
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A crime is based upon a societies idealisms of right vs. wrong. If an action is considered wrong by a group then in totality they will label it a crime............ Societies , citizens do not decide what / which is a crime _ This ability has been usurped by Politics . . . Government / Politicians / …
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Well sure they should pay the cost but i think they shouldn't sell to people unless they are proven by state or cop,and unless they are serving for military.
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if you have 5-9 years of experience then you'll earn from 80k-120k
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The major causes are unemployment and illiteracy rate but there are some other factors too like lawlessness, fundamentalism, backwardness and double standards prevailing in the society. People around the world always think of Pakistannis as terrorists- we aren't all like that. Yes, I agree that the…
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The salary range is vast, based on experience, legal firm association (if any), or public or private position (as well as country). Civil lawyers are paid based on their hourly work for a given client, and in some locations by a flat fee for various legal actions. Personal injury and liability law…
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Answer Ok, I am studying for the CA bar and this is my take on your question...cannot guarantee it is correct, but I think it is. If not, I welcome correction. I think the crime is actually "Larceny by Conversion". When Z commits a theft, he does so with the intent, at the time of taking, to per…
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Answer for the US St. Louis, MO is officially the most violent city in the United States - but I don't know how that compares to the world. i know that the u.s. has the most crime relating to guns....but i know the highest crime, though not the area, is not the U.S.
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1789 massachuttes against native Americans
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Answer No.....for then there would be peace...this is not heaven and will never be...if humans still breathe there will always be crime due to the pursuit of happiness. we are all equal when tasked with this. and even the dumbest, most ignorant people on earth will chase it..
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Answer It is the manner in which criminal cases are handled, from the moment the police are called to the moment a Defendant is sentenced or exonerated.
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In English law a crime may be described as an act,default, or conduct prejudicial to the community,the commission of which by law renders the person responsible liable to punishment by fine or imprisonment in special preceedings,normally instituted by officers in the service of the Crown.Indictable …
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Answer The neighborhood isn't nearly as bad as is stated by the two comments below. It's actually a pretty quiet place, especially during the school year. There are always cars parked outside and I have never seen a break-in. Meade Village isn't nearly as dangerous as people are saying. If you're in…
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any job merely requiring a degree that is correct as an answer. however, many municipal, state and federal law enforcement agencies require an associate or full degree before hiring. So, a degree opens doors in law enforcement............and, national security agencies.
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The justice system is the network of our laws that govern different aspects of society. The justice system governs crimes as well as civil conflicts and public benefits.
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The district attorney can certainly make an offer and say take the plea bargain or we will ask for the maximum sentence. He must feel the state has decent case, or that your attorney isn't going to be effective in your defense. Correction: While the district attorney may think that the defense att…
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In general, the degree can take between 60 to 64 credits, depending on the state mandate where the college is located.
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Doing anything to divert or delay a criminal investigation prevent the police from catching an offender.In Ohio the maximum sentence is 10 years in prison. An example would be lying to police about not knowing who did it when you actually DO know.
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Answer The four pillars of the justice system are, Law Enforcement(Police),Courts, correctional system and the community. Pierre
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There are many possible answers to this question. One reason could be because the young ones are usually being influenced by there social activities, friends, and even family. Which in psychology is called Observational Learning(or social learning). Even the movies they watch can influence them in …
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Act or course of deception, an intentional concealment, omission, or perversion of truth, to (1) gain unlawful or unfair advantage, (2) induce another to part with some valuable item or surrender a legal right, or (3) inflict injury in some manner. Willful fraud is a criminal offense which calls for…
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He won't. He is defending the nation from Islamic extremists who want to destroy the United States. We can either fight them THERE or fight them HERE. Personally, I'd rather fight them somewhere other than here.None of the politicians believe that he did anything wrong, it was all about posturing an…
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A criminal is person who has committed a crime. That means a person who has violated the body of laws that defines conduct that is prohibited because it threatens and harms public safety. Black's Law Dictionary defines criminal as: 1. One who has committed a criminal offense. 2. One who has been …
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Answer Employment opportunities exist in the areas of law enforcement, probation, parole, corrections, private security, court personnel, legal offices, and victim witness advocate agencies. Graduates may also pursue advanced degrees in law, criminology and criminal justice, and other social scie…
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Support social justice movements through resources, involvement, and moral support. Model social justice.
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Quinney states that crime is created by those in power who have the power who have the ability to create laws. As the creators, they protect their own privilege and appoint others who will respect their privilege, in exchange for being allowed to work within the system, Those outside the system, how…
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1.Law Enforcer/Police 2.Prosecution/Prosecutor3.Court4.Correction5.Community
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Common laws come from customs, rather than laws created by the courts. Common law has several characteristic features. These include trial by jury, the use of previous rulings to determine the outcome of cases, and the supremacy of the law.
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The court of justice is a world court. It simply means that the court procedure is presided over by a magistrate or by one or more judges.
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Your probation officer will file for a revocation hearing and at this hearing the judge will determine rather or not the violation was bad enough to revoke your probation or let you have another chance. Most but not all times if the defendant has no other prior convictions or no other charges after …
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Martha Stewart, contrary to popular belief, did not go to jail for insider trading. She went to jail for lying to officials about it. Had she admitted that she knew insider trading was going on she would not have gone to jail. Her sentencing was conspiracy, obstruction of an agency proceeding, and …
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If a person comes from a culture that is very different, what is against the law in one country, may not even be considered a crime in the other. This is particularly true in countries like China, or some of the African and Middle Eastern countries. As a result, a person's actions may not be thought…
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I believe it has to do with the way it is worded on the application. Some ask if you've ever been convicted of a crime, or ever been convicted of a crime involving a child etc, and some will ask only if you've been convicted of a felony. Regarding expungement, any job that requires an FBI check, mea…
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county or local police, parole/ probation
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Haven't heard that exact term, but possibly protection from crimes? Theft, vandalism, even murder? Actually - Crime Insurance is also known as Fidelity Insurance. It protects your company from loss of money, securities and inventory as a result of employee dishonesty, embezzlement, forgery and othe…
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Unknown. At this point I would guess not. but i hope she is! but the answer is still unknown if she's dead or alive. She is dead the guy threw her in the middle of the carribean sea Joran Van der Sloot has claimed many things regarding Natalee. One of those claims is to have left her on the beach,…
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Find her God, Please Help... my family is still to this day praying for her sole! from watching the news and movies and books even the computer stuff i have got her stuck in my head! but i know whether she is dead or not she wants to be found.
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People of all races steal.
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Criminal justice classes study the systems and processes of criminal justice in their own nation. In the United States this means learning about the police, the courts, and the correctional agencies, and then learning how a criminal case would move through these agencies. Further classes may learn m…
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Cuz, I'm black! Got a problem? Get the hell over it!! :D
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Tabitha Faith Buck (b. May 26, 1974 in Anchorage, AK) became part of a high-profile and heinous murder case following the death of fellow juvenile and student (at Conestoga Valley High School, Lancaster County, PA) Laurie Michelle Show, on December 20, 1991. Tabitha received the sentence of life wit…
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is a degree in criminal justice it will also help you in your career choice
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i dont know the answer to this question
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Depends on the crime just like today. Punishment included such options as imprisonment, death, corporal punishment, banishment and fines. By the 1700's, the death penalty was beginning to be limited to the most serious crimes. Imprisonment and transportation to foreign lands were more popular. htt…
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Apparently yes it does follow you.
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Yes, Littering IS a crime in Nevada--and EVERYWHERE in the USA--States, Counties, Cities. You can be fined or asked to do community service if caught (the judge involved makes that decision). Laws against littering/dumping exist everywhere!! Since 2008, Nevada a major "Worst" state in "American S…
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Burglary is the felony of breaking into and entering the house of another at night with intent to steal, extended by statute to cover the breaking into and entering of any of various buildings, by night or day. The criminal statutes concerning burglary differ somewhat from state to state. In some s…
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Possible Answers The murderer was a Siamese twin. The crime was a suicide The criminal was a suicide bomber (even where suicide isn't a crime, the person has still murdered others and damaged property). They moved to an area with no extradition laws. The police killed the person commiting the cr…
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According to one website, the biggest reported theft occurred over several days beginning March 18, just one day before the United States began bombing Baghdad. Nearly US$1 billion was stolen from the Central Bank of Iraq, many believe under the order of Saddam Hussein. The second biggest theft happ…
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Edward Smith Edward Smith was the first bank robber indicted in the U.S. In 1831 he was sentenced to 5 years hard labor on the rock pile at Sing Sing Prison.
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Criminal law, is the body of law that relates to crime. It might be defined as the body of rules that defines conduct that is not allowed because it is held to threaten, harm or endanger the safety and welfare of people, and that sets out the punishment to be imposed on people who do not obey these …
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Bachelors degrees in general are designed to be completed in four years provided the students takes the program as a full-time student. However, how long it takes to complete in reality is dependent on several issues.Is student full-time or part- time?If full-time, what is the credit load the studen…
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They can ask you anything they want, for just about any reason. Did you think there was a rule?On a traffic stop, they can make any type of inquiry, assuming they had a reason to stop you. They have to tend to business of writing the ticket, in a reasonable amount of time, and then hand it to you. A…
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Alice Crimmins largely dropped out of public view after her release from prison. While on a work release program, she married a man named Anthony Grace. She was photographed getting into his car and boarding his yacht, leading to an outcry from politicians. She was paroled in 1977, and is presumed t…
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Ex post facto law Make an act punishable as a crime when such an act was not an offense when committed. http://www.answers.com/topic/ex-post-facto-law
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No, other way around. Poverty causes crime. If you don't have enough, you feel like there's injustice. Why do others have what you cannot? Once people get bitter enough (or desperate enough because they need food and money to feed and clothe themselves/their families), they commit crimes.
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Tayibe has the highest crime and homicides in Israel number of murders in 2010- 34number of murders this year is 76 so far the city is in the south triangle In the center of Israel, and ha a population of over 42 thousand people, this city is known as the murder capital of Israel.
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Of course it is. Do a simple statistical analysis of the instances of normative 'crimes', such as burglary, theft and assault in nations with strong centralized, regulated markets and nations with laissez-faire libertarianist market policies and the conclusion should be quickly apparent  Not n…
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Warren Jeffs, a member of the FLDS church who was convicted of rape of a 14 year old girl who was ordered to marry her cousin and have sex with him against her will. The FLDS are not members of the mainstream Mormons. Mainstream Mormons DO NOT practice polgamy!
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It depends on where you live, how you did it, and what the judge and jury think you deserve. There is no true answer.
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A Congressman can be arrested for any crime he commits. The only immunity a Congressman has is freedom from arrest inside Congress or going to or coming from Congess if it is in session for charges other than treason, felony or breach of piece. So if there is a warrant out for his arrest he can st…
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It depends of the crime and the individual. However, there are crimes that have no reasons, except the subject's personal choice. Let's put it this way: A personal can rob a store because he is hungry; so, hunger is the reason. The list can get long. For example, hatred, jealousy, ambition of p…
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Treason is considered serious because it is a crime against the well-being of a society as a whole. For instance, in a monarchy, betraying the king would be considered treason, because the king IS the government, and a threat to his well-being threatens the nation as it is. In a democracy, betraying…
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