Monthly Archives: June 2013

All confessions are not created equal. A recent article on Reuters shines a spotlight on the case of James Guilford, a Syracuse, NY man who confessed to murdering his wife after 49 hours of questioning. According the article, Guilford did … Continue reading

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Cyberstalking This crime primarily affects young adults, since sites like Myspace or Facebook are used to target a particular individual. These sites often contain a great deal of private information, making it possible for many different people to learn details … Continue reading

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There is an ongoing debate on the validity of New York’s ‘stop and frisk’ policy. Put simply, ‘stop and frisk’ allows police to briefly detain and pat down persons if they have a reasonable suspicion there is an ongoing illegal … Continue reading

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Each state has different laws regarding driving under the influence, including Illinois. While some rules do vary across the nation, many of the consequences of a DUI conviction do not. In Illinois, in order for a citizen over the age of … Continue reading

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