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Antiquity to Modernity: A Timeline of Criminal Justice and Criminology

Our modern notions of crime and punishment are the result of millennia of human advancement. From antiquity to modern times, criminal justice and criminology have evolved due to significant contributions from a diverse array of civilizations. Here is a brief … Continue reading

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The Price of Crime: 6 of the All-Time Wealthiest Gangsters

Photo courtesy of pinterest.com. Despite the allure of wealth and notoriety, a life of crime is never the most prudent course of action. And, generally speaking, the truism “crime doesn’t pay” has stood the test of time. But for some … Continue reading

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White Supremacists Proud of Vigilante Murder of Sex Offender

I have spent years developing a series of novels around a woman, Emily Stone, who takes matters into her own hands to rid her community of pedophiles and murderers. She uses technology and weapons and simple instinct to bring these … Continue reading

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Escaped Murderer Captured after Nearly 40 Years of Freedom

I would assume that when a prisoner manages to break out of jail, he probably spends nearly every moment looking over his back. Is this the day the authorities finally catch me? Will someone from my past life recognize me? … Continue reading

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Violence, Crime, and Psychopathic Offenders

Not all crime and violent acts are committed by psychopathic offenders.  Individuals with a variety of mental disorders and addictions commit even some of the most unspeakable crimes in our society today.  One of the biggest challenges facing our criminal … Continue reading

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