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What Is a Class 5 Felony in Ohio?

by: Teo Spengler

Ohio lawmakers overhauled the state's sentencing structure in 1996 to give judges more leeway in tailoring sentences to individual defendants rather than basing sentencing on the actual crime. The revisions allow judges to look at the defendant's ...
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Court of Law and Justice Trial Proceedings: Law Offender in Orange Jumpsuit is Questioned and Giving Testimony to Judge, Jury. Criminal Denying Charges, Pleading, Inmate Denied Parole.

What Is the Punishment for a B Felony in New York?

by Jessica Zimmer

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Nebraska Gun Laws on Silencers

by Michelle Nati

Police Control Violence In Protest, Arrest And Suppress Violence Handcuffing The Accused.

Rights of a Convicted Felon in Missouri

by Teo Spengler

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1st Degree Felony vs 3rd Degree Felony

by: Maggie G

The difference between first degree and third degree felonies is based on the gravity of the crime and the requisite penalties. There are six classes of felonies in state criminal codes.
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South Carolina Laws, Sex Offenders
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South Carolina Laws on Sex Offenders

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Convicted felons in North Carolina will have some rights revoked.
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The Rights of Convicted Felons in North Carolina

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Convicted felons in Arkansas have limited rights.
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Arkansas Convicted Felons' Rights

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What Are The Advantages of Probation & Parole?

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Crime Scene Investigators
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Techniques of Crime Scene Investigation

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House arrest allows a convicted criminal to live at home while serving a sentence.
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Types of House Arrest Monitors

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How to Identify Signs That You May Have Been Drugged

Unfortunately, we do not live in a world where we are always safe. This especially holds true in social situations where you do not know everyone. ...

Inmates in jail maintain certain rights.

Rights of an Inmate in Jail

by: Morgan Rush

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, common inmate rights exist. These include the right to meals, telephones, mail, showers and other ...
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An extradition warrant can result in an indiviual being arrested and delivered to another state or country.

Louisiana Extraditing Criminal Laws

by Jerry Garner

The juvenile justice system deals with offenders who are minors.

Juvenile Boot Camps Vs. Juvenile Delinquent Programs

by Ashley Seehorn

The criminal justice system gives you the opportunity to defend yourself in a court of law.

Good Things About the Criminal Justice System

by Christina Whitaker

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