It can be scary to find out that there is a warrant out for your arrest. A few years ago I found out that I was the subject of a bench warrant. I learned a lot from that experience. Here's what to do if you find yourself in that situation.
"There's something about a man in uniform." For those who have done nothing more than enjoy the view, there is a lot more to consider before making a decision to be a part of all the uniform entails.
This blog is about the French special forces, otherwise known as the Group d'intervention de la Gendamerie nationale.
September 5 is Jury Rights Day. Do you know that juries have a right to judge the law as well as the accused? Learn how you can nullify victimless crime laws!
Learn about the rules of apprehension, some little-known facts about shoplifting, and get answers to shoplifting FAQ's from a former loss prevention employee with 16 years of experience.
As a former retail loss prevention professional, I am happy to help anyone I can by answering questions about shoplifting. Below are five realities of shoplifting you may not have known about.
Offender profiling allows the police to narrow down their list of suspects. There are two main types of offender profiling: the top-down and the bottom-up approaches. Both methods can be effective tools but also have their limitations.
Becoming a permanent employee of a Thai organization is one reason why you may need to obtain a police report or criminal background clearance from the Royal Thai Police. This article explains how you can prepare for and complete the process.
The population of our federal prisons continues to swell, and more people are faced with doing time. No one is prepared for this experience their first time.
An overview of the Liberal Laws (based on Common Law) governing the Public Rights of Way in Britain to cross private land for access to the British countryside; with a summary of the origin, history and struggle by activists to get ancient rights into modern legislation for the benefit of Ramblers.