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Using Rhymes to Prove Crimes: “Murder Was the Case That They Gave Me”.…So Was Gun Possession, Drug Trafficking and Gang Association[1]

Using Rhymes to Prove Crimes: “Murder Was the Case That They Gave Me”.…So Was Gun Possession, Drug Trafficking and Gang Association[1]

| April 22, 2018 | 1 Comment

In Canada, there were 2,142,545 criminal violations in 2016.[2]More than half of those, 1,163,647, were property-related crimes like breaking and entering buildings, stealing vehicles worth more than $5000, shoplifting items valued at under $5000 and possessing stolen property.[3] Violent crimes represented a much smaller part of the Canadian crime picture totalling 381,594 or just under […]

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The Death Penalty Crushes, Even When the Wrongfully Prosecuted Never Get to Death Row

The Death Penalty Crushes, Even When the Wrongfully Prosecuted Never Get to Death Row

| September 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

The present-day story and critique of the death penalty in the United States of America, at its core, consistently focuses on the wrongfully convicted on death row. Media reports have highlighted a variety of cases in which death row inmates have been exonorated by fresh proof, particularly forensic DNA evidence. Pro-bono organizations dedicated to providing […]

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