Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time; a look into all aspects of a guilty verdict from the burden of proof to conviction to the judge’s sentence and more.

Monica Bennetta year ago
Fraud, Forgery, and Fun
Fraud, forgery, and hoaxes can be serious crimes—but every once in a while, they prove a point, bring fame, or set someone free.
Charles Shia year ago
Unprecedented Boeing Aircraft Safety Threat Not Removed by Massive Cover-Up: Chapter One
This is outrageous and criminal in nature! Thanks to the whistle blower. I hope FAA is forced to act and extend investigations to other major suppliers and their supply chains. - Gary McCartney, Presi...
Monica Bennetta year ago
All violent crime is about power, and arson is no exception. When you imagine the devastating fury of uncontrolled flames, you are imagining an exercise of power that boggles the mind. Whether the ars...
Ben Kharakha year ago
Why Are We So Fascinated With Serial Killers?
Serial killers have become an enduring part of contemporary popular culture thanks to a certain je ne sais quoi, and that has more to do with us than with them. We want to be able to understand serial...
Alizza Mariea year ago
The First 24 Hours
Libraries, bookstores, and the internet failed me. Just when I needed them the most, I spent over three days looking at every book that any local store had, any story or report that I could find on th...
Darryl Richiea year ago
What Is Fair Justice? Stephon Clark vs. Dylann Roof
Stephon Clark and Dylann Roof were in their early 20s when they committed their crimes, but how fair was the United States justice system towards these two individuals?
Sian Edmeadsa year ago
She Got Revenge
[Wife] My emotions were running high. My hands shook uncontrollably as a gripped the bottles of petrol and caustic soda. I took a deep breath. I wanted to hurt him, like he had hurt me. I wanted him t...
Donna Gilchresta year ago
My Little Runaway!
My father died when I was seven years old and my mother remarried when I was around ten. I didn't get along too well with my stepfather and when I entered my teen years, I began running away from home...
Charlotte MGa year ago
Opinion: Is Being a Criminal in Your Genetics?
In light of recent events — most notably the instance of the Florida school shooting — I want to turn my attention to a largely controversial and endlessly talked about topic. What makes a criminal in...
Vega Ba year ago
My Life With a Sociopath
Now, now, I know you think I am exaggerating, so let me explain... I grew up with a guy named "Jamie." I was 4 years old when he was born. He is "family," but not family. He had a junkie dad who never...
Bonnie Blacka year ago
Killer Candy
Candy, also called sweets or lollies, is a confection that features sugar as a principal ingredient. Also known as: poison in a colored paper. I can't stand candy. The last time I had candy was when I...
Daemon Palaciosa year ago
Criminal Reformed
I have been a criminal most of my life, mostly just stealing small things like gobots and candy in the beginning; but all of this would eventually progress in size and frequency.
Gerald Oppugnea year ago
Serial Killers Who Hated Their Mothers
We’ve all been angry or ticked off by our mothers at least once or twice throughout our long family histories, but the following were certain individuals who were either so pissed off at their mothers...
Keep Your Eyes Open
How safe is United States? Have you ever asked yourself that? I come from Dominican Republic; I don't want to pitch it as the most dangerous country in the world (which is not), but it's not the safes...
No One To Save Me - Part 4
No One To Save Me – Chapter 4 Before indoor movie theaters there were drive-in theaters where everyone parked outside in front of a large wooden screen. You would set the speaker inside your window. T...
No One to Save Me Part 3
The first time I witnessed Walter kill someone, I was about 6-years-old. He rushed into the house to get me and my little sister, Tina (not her real name). One of the tactics he used would be to act e...
No One to Save Me Part 2
Chapter two How I got into his room, I don’t remember. After all, I was only five. My so-called father was trying to shove himself down my throat. I choked and gagged and resisted and told him that it...
Jenny Reeda year ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: Edmund Kemper
Everyone gets pushed to their limit at some point in their life, but just how much can you handle before you snap? Today we're going to take a look at arguably one of the most intelligent criminals in...