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Penalties for Harboring a Fugitive

by: Elizabeth Rayne, J.D.

Even if you are not the one who pulled the trigger or committed the crime, you can still get in trouble for helping a suspect avoid the police. Laws against harboring a fugitive are in place to ensure that friends of criminals do not get in the way ...
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In House Arrest Rules

by Hilary Ferrand

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Disadvantages of Probation & Parole

by Jonathan Lister

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Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation

by: Katherine Kally

Crime scene investigators rely on a variety of techniques to help them determine how a crime was committed and who committed it. The analysis of physical evidence includes looking for fingerprints and DNA, and examining blood-spatter patterns to ...
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Rights of an Inmate in Jail

Inmates in jail have the right to many resources, including medical care. While inmate rights may vary from state to state, or country to country, ...

There are four parts to the criminal justice system: Police, courts, corrections and juvenile justice system.

What Are the Four Parts to Criminal Justice?

by: Jessica Best

The criminal justice system can be broke down into four different parts which include: police, courts, corrections and the juvenile justice system. All of these components contribute their own special aspects to upholding the law, preventing crime ...
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