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Consider basic home buying checklist before buying a house

28th August 2010
Home buying checklist is very essential thing before you purchase a house. Buying home involves lot of investment and hence, one should be very careful while purchasing a house to check whether it caters with their basic needs or not. . It is important to... Read >
Author: ManojG

Is Non-Verbal Communication Part of Your Self Defense Tactics?

16th July 2010
Self defense has become a much more conscious part of our society. With so many people engaged in a variety of self defence training activities, they often focus solely on the actual attack. Many people do not think about what they can do to avoid the sit... Read >
Author: William Gabriel

Proper Document Shredding and the Risks You Can Avoid

14th July 2010
There are 4 main reasons why you should shred old add confidential documents. First is to protect you from identity theft. Over 9 million Americans fall to crimes of identity theft and fraud each year, ranging from credit card fraud, bank fraud, to impers... Read >
Author: Business Local

Top Reasons Why Do People Volunteer

19th May 2010
While others spend their time drinking and partying, there are some who gives their spare time to charity works volunteering. Some might ask "Why do people volunteer when in fact that they not actually earn anything from it?" You can have thousands of... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

Security Alarm Systems vs Guard Dogs

08th April 2010
The rate of crimes and thefts in the present day world have risen at such an unbelievable pace that house owners are forced to employ some kind of home security to protect their valuables and home. The two main solutions to their problem are to keep a gua... Read >
Author: Robert Scribner

CRB Clearance- A Complete Guide to Your Safety

04th January 2010
What is CRB? CRB or Criminal Record Bureau is a government run body present in England. CRB provides wider access to the detailed criminal records of England and Wales. This is done through the disclosure services. Scotland and Ireland have equivalent ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

Why Is Identity Theft Such a Big Problem?

14th November 2009
Why is it that ten million people in the U.S. alone are victimized by identity theft each year? It seems like the more obsessed with security our society becomes, the less secure we actually make ourselves. It is a great irony that in the days when your i... Read >
Author: ChuckLin1

Statute of Limitations - Time Limits for Filing a Civil or Criminal Lawsuit

29th September 2009
A statute of limitations is a law, which set outs the time limits within which a civil or criminal lawsuit must be commenced. The limitation depends on the type of claim and whether the lawsuit is filed in federal or state court. Each state has its own st... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

How Much do Forensic Nurses Earn?

23rd September 2009
Should you go into forensic nursing? If you do, one question you have to ask yourself is how much you will make if you decide to make a career out of it. Fortunately, the job outlook is very promising because the Bureau of Labor and Statistics believe it ... Read >
Author: Fritz Poole

5 Types of Theft Sentencing for Theft Crimes

09th August 2009
Are you familiar with the sentencing of theft crimes? There are a variety of theft crimes out there from fraud to embezzlement, robbery, identity theft, and etc. There are many different types of theft sentencing for these theft crimes also.To begin with,... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

7 Types of Identity Theft Penalties

05th August 2009
Do you want to know more about theft penalties? Whenever a theft crime is committed, theft penalties for the crime, varies depending on where you live. Also, different states and jurisdictions have their own laws for theft crimes. It also depends on wheth... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Just in Case You Were Wondering; Here is the Identity Punishment Theft List

05th August 2009
So you are probably wondering what the rules behind identity theft punishment are. There have been many laws that have been passed on identity punishment theft. In 2004, Bush passed a bill that made it tougher on criminals. With identity theft being o... Read >
Author: Romel Whiteside

Sectrets of Remote Viewing - Succeed Today with Binaural Beats?

31st July 2009
Remote viewing is the amazing ability to view events at a totally separate location from where you physically are. Your mind is immensely powerful and can view situations at any location that you can imagine, and it can travel instantly at the speed of th... Read >
Author: Jonathan Roach

The relationship between a recession and crime

23rd July 2009
The UK, and much of the world is currently in recession. Crime is generally considered to rise during tough financial times, but in which ways and why? As we know, unemployment increases dramatically during a recession. Businesses struggling or going u... Read >
Author: amnorge

Crimes Committed while sleepwalking

10th June 2009
If you commit a crime while asleep should you be prosecuted just like anyone else would, or does the fact that you were asleep mean you have no responsibilities for your actions? There are numerous occasions when someone has committed a crime while claimi... Read >
Author: amnorge
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