When not committed within a state who selects the site for a trial when a crime has occured?
When not committed within a state, who selects the site for a trial when a crime has occured
Does a conviction on a cold case count as the first conviction if other convictions occured after the year of the offense?
Should people be criminally convicted for the crime of conspiracy where no underyling crime actually occured?
Fur Collar crime was crime committed by nobility. It's similar to what we call white-collar crime now. One common type of Fur collar crime was to capture higher nobles and ransom them back to their kingdoms. It occured because nobles wanted to increase their own power and wealth through the ransom money. Also Fur-Collar crime was often unpunished since most of the criminals would capture distant nobles making it cheaper to pay the ransom than…
Can a person be charged twice for the same crime-like you live in one state and committed the crime in another state-can both states charge you?
If you have not committed a crime in the state you live in, then no you can't be charged twice of the same offense. That would be double jepordy, and is against the law. Your home state CAN hold you until the state you committed the crime in either extradites you or drops the charges Added: The above answer seems unclear. If you committed a crime in state "A" and then committed the same crime…
Yes, hiring an escort aka a prostitute is a crime against moral turpitude. Regardless when the crime occured or how long time has elapsed since it occured, no law enforcement department or agency will hire you. In short it is an automic disqualification. I strongly suggest you find another career field. Good luck in your search
It may be searched with the permission of the operator of the vehicle, or on probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed on, or within, the vehicle itself, or by the officers affidavit that probable cause exists to search the vehicle for contraband. Probable cause in the latter case may be established by the indications of a trained drug or explosives sniffing canine.