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In House Arrest Rules

by: Hilary Ferrand

House arrest or otherwise known as house detention or confinement is a situation where a person who committed a crime is ordered to stay confined in their home by a judge. House arrest has certain rules that cannot be violated.
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by: Lindsay Kramer

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. You should always closely monitor your food and drinks since date rape drugs such as GHB, Rohypnol ...
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Louisiana Extraditing Criminal Laws

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How to Find Someone in a UK Prison

by: Jayne Thompson

In the United Kingdom there are no Internet databases with details of prisoners in custody. If you are trying to trace someone you think is in a UK prison you must send an official request to the prison service.
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