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All posts tagged "criminal law"
5 Things to Do If You Are Charged with a Crime
When you are charged with a crime, whether you are truly responsible for that or not, you’re on the notice that the government tries to prove that you committed a crime and they just have a certain...
- Posted April 14, 2016
The Basics of Criminal Law
A crime is a certain conduct that is dangerous for the citizens and may damage the society as a whole. Criminal law is the law that determines who is a criminal and what act may be called...
- Posted January 12, 2014
Useful Facts You Should Know About the Criminal Process
The law is something that is there to protect us, but people tend to view the law in various ways. Some officials tend to misuse their rights and there are occasions where a totally innocent person is...
- Posted December 26, 2013
The Differences between a Criminal Case and a Civil Case
Trial courts hear different types of cases, which are separated into two main categories: criminal cases and civil cases. The difference between criminal cases and civil cases turns on the difference which law tries to pursue- redress...
- Posted August 26, 2013
Common Types of Criminal Law Cases
In criminal law cases, a lawsuit is brought by the state against a person who has broken a criminal law. The defendant is the person committing a crime. At the U.S. District Court level, the government is...
- Posted August 20, 2013
Does Crime Pay? Infographics
Every crime comes with its risks and price. On average criminal activities do not lead to “financially positive” results. Below is an interesting info-graphic that depicts the “math” behind the greatest heists on record! Info-graphic authored by...
- Posted August 14, 2013
Petty Theft – Shoplifting
Most individuals who have been charged with any of the crimes commonly called “shoplifting” or “theft” are hard-working individuals who do not deserve to have such an offense on their permanent record. Petty Theft is theft of property valued...
- Posted August 11, 2013