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It shouldn’t surprise anyone that the California justice systems as well as the jail and prison systems are expensive. But just how expensive they can be to taxpayers when cases are overturned may not have been evident before a recent commissioned study, which looked into the cost to the taxpayers of California of nearly 700...
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According to the US Justice Department, as part of a federal initiative federal prosecutors have recently begun charging fewer defendants with low-level drug crimes, instead focusing their attention and resources at more serious and violent offenders. Studies show that federal prosecutors brought nearly 20% fewer low-level drug cases to federal court in 2015 than they...
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Recently, the Internal Consortium of Investigative Journalism, an international non-profit association of media outlets published its results of an extensive investigation into offshore holdings and financial accounts of many wealthy and powerful individuals from around the US and the world. The group’s investigation was based on the leaked documents commonly known as the “Panama Papers”....
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The OJ Simpson trial was arguably one of the biggest trials in recent memory. Playing out on primetime media, the murder trial of a popular athlete was an obsession of many, and the verdict and trial itself renewed racial tensions across greater Los Angeles and the country, including bringing to the forefront long-simmering allegations of...
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Credit card fraud has been a major issue which has resulted in many problems for both the victims and the federal authorities. In a move to prevent reported credit card fraud cases from rising in the industry, card issuing companies have made use of the latest methods to design new credit cards with embedded microchips,...
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There are many forms of domestic violence which affect the life of adults and children, and one major example is the shaken baby syndrome. It may go unnoticed due to the complete lack of any external injuries visible on the child, and may lead to problems in proper diagnosis by the medical practitioners. What Is...
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A trial underway of the key defendant in the case of the Chinatown racketeering and murder, was under scrutiny for organized probe of crime, which also ensnared a senator of the state. Raymond Chow also known as Shrimp Boy is the defendant in the case who is being charged in the U.S. District Court. The...
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The production and distribution of marijuana is a lucrative business for many, and while being illegal, it is still the choice profession of many farmers, especially across the Mexican border. The reason for this is that the profits ensured by marijuana production far outshine those related to the farming of any other type of crop....
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Mexican authorities are quite eager to talk to actress Kate del Castillo linked to the case under investigation of El Chapo. The officials have answered positively to the press queries and have divulged that they have formally asked the famous actress to attend a meeting with them and discuss the details of the interview of...
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The sanctity of one’s home is considered to be the legal right of every individual. That is why many rulings restrict police from invading the confines of a house without the issued warrant in their hands, which grants them the legal right to search a space, with suspected illicit products or documents to be found...
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While the rich and wealthy can simply put up their houses or other valuable assets to post bail and stay out of jail, it is usually the less privileged suspects who get the short end of the stick. Because they do not have the cash or the assets to post their bails, they make use...
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A deputy sheriff, working for an anti-narcotic department of Northern California, was swept up in a huge scandal of $2 million marijuana, in Pennsylvania. The legal authorities are now determining if his previously handled cases have been tainted or not. According to the authorities, Christopher M. Heath, who was the deputy, and Tyler Long, aged...
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Finally charged with aggravated indecent assault, Bill Cosby and his lawyers are changing their tune as they face the future of Mr. Cosby being labeled as a sexual predator with a scheduled hearing on March 8th. For years, Bill Cosby rebutted accusations by women who accused the entertainer of sexually assaulting them, responding that he...
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In most minds, terms like imprisonment and conviction only hold a limited set of meanings – jail time, a probable fine, or being on probation for a definite period of time. But, spending time in prison is not the only consequence of being convicted. That is definitely not where the effects of imprisonment end for...
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In a surprising turn of events, a Brooklyn judge dismissed evidence against an alleged member of an international drug ring after it was discovered that agents had unlawfully used the defendant’s iPhone password without giving him a required Miranda warning. Federal Judge Sterling Johnson also rejected the government’s dubious claim that the device could be...
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On November 20th, it was reported that the Chinese intelligence had arrested numerous suspects for making illegal foreign exchange transactions that totaled up to $64 Billion. Staged as an elaborate coup against this widespread corruption; this campaign took place in the Zhejiang Province, where more than 370 people were arrested on various charges, and are...
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A shipping container smuggling 53,740 cartons of counterfeit cigarettes, reached at Port Everglades last year, and the trial was conducted from Jamaica to South Florida, the UAE and India. According to court reports, this plotting began in Jamaica between an alleged broker who provided spurious cigarettes, with famous brand names, delivered from a tobacco producer...
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The ex-pitchman of Subway, Jared Fogle, was accused of performing sexual acts with minors and being involved in the distribution of child pornography. Proven guilty upon pleading, he was sentenced for more than 15 years of imprisonment. He appeared in Federal District Court located in Indianapolis, where Judge Tanya Walton Pratt announced that Fogle would...
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In lieu of rising crimes, Compton was chosen as one of the 5 cities to receive financial aid to address its decade’s long issue of chronic violence in its community. It is forming a partnership with federal law enforcement agencies to root out problems resulting from its long history of gang violence. The U.S. Department...
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On the 1st of October, 2015, a new legislation to overhaul the federal prison sentence terms was proposed by a bipartisan group of senators. The aim of the legislation is to reduce the minimum mandatory prison sentences for nonviolent drug offenders and provide judges a greater say in giving punishments. The proposal to overhaul the...
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