This article is about Criminal Justice. Criminal justice is the method of institutions and practices of governments which upholds deterring, mitigating crime and social control.
Brigid Quinn is an ex FBI agent and has many memories she can’t forget. She also has skills learned while on the job that she is hoping she will not need to use in her new life.
Detective Inspector (DI) John Rebus and Detective Sargent (DS) Siobhan Clarke uncover evidence that a serial killer may be on the loose during the G8 Summit in Scotland in July 2005.
This is a story about blurred lines between right and wrong, justified murder or unjustified murder. Can one be given absolution when the murdered victim deserved punishment? Is punishment ours to net out?
This poem takes a dig at the state of the justice systems in the world. It discusses the shortcomings as well as expresses frustration, desperation and disappointment that the public feel when criminals get free or get lenient sentencing.
I guess it is ok, I mean this is my first time and all. It's just basically about how we have destroyed this world so much. And as we do it starts to come back and haunt us. hi
The Camel Club is a story which gets ones mind working and wondering about how secure we are in this country and the part that the media plays in all of this.
This poem is a kind of anger against the ruling party who made this country a mess.
Being grown in a family where domestic violence is a daily routine, it is somewhat my experiences and observations which would be writing this article...
This is the news about the increasing number of Crimes in the state of New Delhi in India and the growing Crime rates which has given a bad reputation to the Place.
A lunatic really has it in for Walmarts. There were eleven bomb threats made over the weekend against nine Walmart store in Missouri and three against Walmart stores in Kansas. Calls were made to each of the stores and the message was always the same, “There's a bomb in the building...
Each and every crime is reserved with some punishment and all the persons who are involved in the criminal activities is deserved for the punishment.
Yoga and crime are words that are never used together in the same sentence, and this is one reason that I have combined them in this article. thinking of a stereotypical criminal, as someone who does Yoga just doesn't enter one's mind...
“With Liberty and justice for all.” Those are mighty powerful words, filled with deep meaning, filled with great promise. They promise that all men, created equal in God's sight, would receive equal justice in man's sight. Was that ever true? It certainly does not appear to be tr...
This article is about young criminals. We must guide them in a good way to change their attitude
The one comment that I have received so far on my latest article, Do American's Really Want Stronger Gun Control Laws? read, “A shame that any honest person feels they need a gun.” The real shame is that so many relatively intelligent people think that disarming the honest citize...
A critical look at the death penalty and what consequences on our society it will have if instated.
"A retired teacher in Florida William, recently received an e-mail which he assumed, was from his Internet service provider. The e-mail mentioned that the billing information of his account had been lost. He filled out the form which they had attached to the e-mail and sent it back, n...
Crime Patrol....... A short review about a serial that comes on Sony TV, India about crime and how it can be stopped
As she pulled into the parking lot, she thought it was weird that Max wasn't there yet. He was always punctual; always there before she was, but she decided to go on in and wait for him.
Now that the Casey Anthony trial verdict is in...NOT GUILTY...Do you think justice for 2-year-old Caylee Anthony was served in this case?
Many people confuse madness for "badness'. What we really have in society is not delinquent criminals but mad men walking the streets.
Being happy for a death of a person due to penalty is like killing thousands of innocent people.
A sit down interview with a suspect read on and enjoy
The father of a boy murdered in '75 says he'll kill the man if he's released from prison for good behavior.