Police Brutality and the Police Executive Research Forum
Police brutality has been the topic of news sources for years, and it's the reason for protests nationally. What are police officers doing wrong and what can they do to solve this problem?
Jury Rights: Nullification and Abolition of Victimless Crime Laws
September 5 is Jury Rights Day. Did you know that juries have a right to judge the law as well as the accused? Learn how you can nullify victimless crime laws!
The Two Types of Offender Profiling
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.
How to Obtain a Thai Police Report or Background Check
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.
Public Rights of Way on Private Land in England and Wales
This is 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 history and struggle by activists to get ancient rights into modern legislation for the benefit of Ramblers.
Are Cops Using 'Antiquated' Libel Laws to Steal From Unsuspecting Investors?
Does Canada have freedom of speech? Many citizens might be surprised to learn the truth.
Terror "Plots," FBI Tactics, and the Case of Sami Osmakac
Are almost all terror plots created by the FBI's business model, as Julian Assange suggests? This article examines the case of Sami Osmakac, a mentally unstable man. Videos show that he was outfitted by the FBI with an explosive vest and an AK-47.
Scams in Kirkland Lake: OPP Officers David Dube and Brent Turner
How could police officers connected to seeming fraud be permitted to continue to serve?
Too Much Ice? Frivolous Lawsuits Against Starbucks
When a judge dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Starbucks put too much ice in its drinks, the judge seemed to imply that the plaintiff should have known better when filing. Yes. Yes, he should have.
Federal Prison: 10 Things You Should Know Before You Go
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.
Walking Through Death: A Trip to the Hospital and Morgue
This article provides a look at the Hospital and Morgue Program, which is often a court-ordered punishment for a DUI offense. It includes personal reflections on my experience with this program and its psychological impact.
5 Things Shoplifters Don't Know About Retail Loss Prevention
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.
The 15 Most Common Questions Asked About Shoplifting
This article provides answers to your top 15 questions about shoplifting, from a former loss prevention expert.
Getting a DUI in Florida: What to Expect
If you've been arrested for drunk driving in Florida, it's important to know what to expect from the police and the court system. This article is based on my personal experience and discusses the arrest process, hiring a lawyer, losing your license, attending traffic school, and more.
What Is a Bench Warrant and Can I Drop It Without Going to Jail?
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.