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    1892 - Juan Vucetich was the first person to use fingerprints as evidence in a case. 1888 - Throughout the United States, a system called anthropometry is measurements of bones and of someone’s features. 1901 - Karl Landsteiner found human blood grouping and then Max Richter fitting it for the use of blood stains. Also in this year the

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    Do the actions ever justify the end result? The Reign of Terror, the revolution lead by Maximilien Robespierre, began on January 21, 1793 when King Louis XVI and his wife were guillotined due to the way they had led the government into a financial crisis and as a result when Robespierre took over with his radical new government 20,000-40,000 people were brutally executed. So was this radical period in France really necessary or was it just mass killings with little progress. The Reign of terror

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    A serial killer is defined to be somebody who has murder three or more people in the time span of one month, typically due to psychological abnormalities. After capturing a serial killer, the first question is usually, “Why?” There are many different reasons that a person may do this, that may be logical to them but not to everyone else. Most serial killers have one thing in common: they have mental disorders or psychological issues derived from a bad past. This may not be the case for all of them

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    Israel, and more. For many reasons I believe that yes they SHOULD be prosecuted. Many child soldiers willingly join the armed forces. In their eyes, it is to follow in their families footsteps. In “ Child Soldier.Some words don't belong together.” It states that, “Children join for ideological reasons or to avenge the death of a family member,” Also, “Contrary to popular belief, a large portion of child soldiers volunteer,” And finally, “ did not turn them away when they came eager to fight,” However

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    In the article, Ford Pinto Fuel-Fed Fires, Mark Dowie emphasizes, “Ford Motor Company paid liability for burns deaths and injuries rather than modifying the fuel tank to prevent the fires from occurring (Ford).” This statement clarifies the conception that money corrupts, for it presents a morally conscious environment. After Mark Dowie discovered the true story of the crime and published his findings, it was determined that Ford Motor Company’s motives were murder. Ford Motor Company considered

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    Ted Bundy Case

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    not prove that the death penalty is a deterrent, it still is a greater deterrent than any other because millions of people fear death. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, the fear of death is the second highest phobia in the United States and 68 percent of the population has necrophobia. In view of the fact that so many people are fearful of death, the use of the death penalty may be able to prevent future crime by intimidating possible

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    laws. The Miranda Law is very important to have or there would be a whole new different and difficult way to handle situation. That is why we need the Miranda Law so everybody is treated the same way and and so everybody is treated with the same punishment. The Miranda Law is made to protect people from themselves and others and to make sure they have what there are supposed to at anytime. The Miranda Law also gives us some history about how it got its name and i got more in depth of how the law

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    Why Serial Killers Kill

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    Why do serial killers kill? Although to become a serial killer, according to my research, you must murder at least three people, the most prolific serial killer in the UK at this point is Harold Shipman who killed up to 260 people using lethal injection. He grew up in a working class family, and according to the BBC, ‘The death of his mother from a particularly painful illness, when he was still a teenager, would have had an impact’ His victims were mostly elderly women and it is said that he

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    Tim Mclean Case Study

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    The death of Tim McLean in 2008 on the Greyhound bus in Winnipeg was an absolute tragedy, the details of course absolutely horrendous. Vince Li, now known as Will Lee Baker, was considered to not be criminally responsible on account of his schizophrenia. There was of course a lot of public drawback at that decision at the time, including the victim's family. Recently Will Baker was granted an absolute discharge, which allows him to effectively become a full member of society again, though he has

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    On June 25, 2012, the Supreme Court ruled that juveniles who commit murder cannot be sentenced to life in prison without the chance of parole because, they believe that it is a cruel and unusual punishment which violates the Eighth Amendment. Some believe that this should be taken further and juveniles should not be able to receive under any circumstances. But some others believe that it does not matter on the situation the juvenile should be tried and sentence to life in prison like an adult. Even

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