Monthly Archives: February 2011

Murder and Violence in the Workplace

Murder and Violence in the Workplace Murder in the workplace is the fourth leading cause of death on the job in the United States (OSHA).  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), there were … Continue reading

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Fourth Amendment

Abstract This paper will introduce the fourth amendment to The United States Constitution. A reading, definition, and discussion about the fourth amendment will be given. Particular emphasis will be given as to how the fourth amendment affects the average US … Continue reading

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Origins of the Modern Police and the History of Criminal Investigation

                Origins of the Modern Police and the History of Criminal Investigation       Abstract     This paper will discuss the history of the modern police force and the development of … Continue reading

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Scientific Jury Selection and Trial Consultants

  “Benedict Arnold with a briefcase” the year is 2005 and Bill O’Reilly is really mad. He is talking to a still on dope Rush Limbaugh and they are going over who is the worst person in America. Mr. Limbaugh … Continue reading

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Temperance and Prohibition

Temperance and Prohibition “Whiskey is all right in its place – but its place is hell,” truer words were never spoken than these by Reverend Billy Sunday. Not to be confused with the Navy diver from the movie Men of … Continue reading

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The History of the Eighth Amendment

The History of the Eighth Amendment Medieval Europe was a savage place.  Minor infractions such as cutting down a tree or stealing an animal were punished by death.  In all there were 222 crimes which were considered capitol and a … Continue reading

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