There’s no denying that a felony conviction is a serious offense that comes with a serious punishment—but often the effects of this punishment linger for the rest of their lives, no matter the changes or choices they’ve made since. Learn more about some of the challenges they face.
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If you’re a bona fide true crime addict, then you’re no stranger to the high profile documentaries like Making a Murderer, The Jinx and The People v. O.J. Simpson. But you may be less familiar with these six compelling documentaries that you can — as of December 2016 — stream instantly on Netflix!
What is it about female killers that continues to fascinate us? From some of the most notorious and well-researched cases to some confounding contemporary crimes currently dominating today’s media circus, there’s no denying the particularly chilling nature of female killers. Here are six of their unforgettable stories.
What if there was a way to stop juvenile offenders before they commit more serious crimes? What if we turned away from incarceration and instead focused on recuperation? Community leaders and schools districts across America are turning to a new trend that just might provide the answers to these questions: restorative justice.
All it takes is a few simple steps to keep your kids safe this summer.
American prisons have been dealing with overcrowding for decades, requiring highly-trained and educated corrections officers to help maintain order for rehabilitation.
When you think about careers in criminal justice, primetime TV might convince you that investigations are simple - the police discover a crime took place, uncover DNA and the case is therefore solved.
Maintaining order within a corrections facility may be one of the most exciting, demanding jobs a person can have today.
Learn more about the day in the life of a police officer through this provoking infographic.
The most confusing aspect in evaluating Supreme Court Justices surrounds the vocabulary used to describe them. If a Justice is labeled "liberal" they are most often associated with the Democratic Party and conversely "conservative" Justices are lopped in with the Republicans. This is not necessarily the case as the terms "liberal" and "conservative" refer to interpretation of the Constitution rather than political affiliation.