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Tennessee Judicial Diversion

23rd March 2011
Judicial diversion is the process in criminal law where a person pleads guilty to a crime and can later have the charge removed (or expunged) from their record following a period of probation. It is granted by the judge, hence its name. This article will ... Read >
Author: Stegall Law Firm

Blue Collar Vs. White Collar Crimes

13th January 2011
Have you ever heard the phrase "white collar crime"? No, not just the popular television show airing on the USA network, but the real criminal offense category termed thusly due to the class of people who normally commit the crime. There is a big differen... Read >
Author: William Bly

Definitions, Examples, and Classifications of White-Collar Crimes

01st March 2010
The term "white-collar crime" originates with Edwin Sutherland, who gave a speech on the topic to the American Sociological Society in 1939. White-collar crime is criminal activity of a non-violent nature. That said, they are extremely serious and should ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Absinthe and its legal status in the USA

25th March 2009
You may have heard of absinthe as the drink of famous artists like Vincent van Gogh, or as the drink once outlawed in the United States. While the drink still remains famous, the legal status of it being sold in the United States has changed. As of Octobe... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Forensic Testing: Using DNA Tests to Solve Crime

07th July 2008
DNA is a powerful tool for researching identity - and for solving crimes. Width the advent of DNA profiling, detectives and investigators now hone in on criminals like never before. Forensic DNA Analysis And CODIS Since its inception nearly two deca... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola
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