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Shady Tactics in an Unbalanced System

The US Justice System is represented by the scales of justice, balancing fairly each side of a case considered in court. The depiction of Lady Justice holding the scales while blindfolded and wielding a sword is the portrayal of objectivity

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The Ripple Effect of Wrongful Convictions

  Wrongful convictions continue to get attention and the issue is finally making headway as more cases come to light. Additionally, there has been an increase of those willing to step up and advocate for the innocently incarcerated to create

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The Guilty Plea and Wrongful Convictions

In order to ease the burden of the criminal justice system, plea bargains are offered to defendants who are allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge, have the more serious charge dismissed, and agree to a reduced prison term. While on

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Flawed Justice and How a Private Investigator can Help

“Innocent until proven guilty” is the cornerstone of the American justice system, but not always is this statement followed to the letter in the defense of one charged with a crime. Justice is often denied, and damages to innocent lives are

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The Intersection of O.J. Simpson and Jonathan Fleming

Kim Anklin’s thoughts on O.J. Simpson, Jonathan Fleming, and the criminal justice system  Twenty years have passed since Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were brutally murdered in Brentwood, CA and what would be known as “the Trial of the Century”

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Posted in Criminal Cases

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