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Most Notorious 7 Deadly Sins in Crime

If you were raised Catholic, you likely learned them in Catachism: The Seven Deadly Sins.

If you're a Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman or Gwyneth Paltrow fan, you saw the movie Seven.

For the rest,"The Seven Deadly Sins" were developed by the Catholic Church in the 14th Century as a guide, of sorts, to let folks know what would potentially keep them from heaven. Most people didn't read at the time, so the church wanted to simplify so to speak.

Here they are: wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, gluttony. Sounds like any good night of TV would damn one to hell.

But alas, …

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Holiday Drinking and DUIs

Thanksgiving to New Years 1200 People will be killed and 25,000 will be injured in traffic accidents related to alcohol.

These numbers are staggering.

Let's take a look at this infographic related to the Scram Systems "Sober for the Holidays" campaign: (more…)

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Online Christmas Shopping and Cyber Crime

Americans have drastically changed their holiday shopping in recent years.

We like to shop online!

With online shopping comes cyber crime. Here's a infographic from F-Secure about online shopping dangers: (more…)

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Bounty Hunter Realities

America's fascination with bounty hunters long out lives "reality TV" versions of fugitive recovery.

While we all know real bounty hunters are not what we see on TV, here's a great infographic which focuses on some facts your probably don't know.

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US Incarceration Remains Staggering

Despite recent good news about lower crime rates, drop in major crime in Orange County, and new California laws reducing sentencing, the United States continues to incarcerate more prisoners than any other country.

State prisons vastly outpace Federal Prisons.

Drug offenses take the lead in convicted prisoners. Is it possible that moves to legalize marijuana or simply not arrest on small amounts will make a difference?

Perhaps, but take a look at this US Incarceration infographic: (more…)

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The Dollars and Sense of Crime Prevention

When teens get arrested, they are at a crossroad where the choices they and the adults around them make will have enormous impact on their lives... and can come with monetary costs or benefits in the long run.

This infographic takes a look at crime prevention possibilities and the potential alternative costs: (more…)

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How The Drug War Impacts The Criminal Justice System

From the inception of the Bureau of Narcotics in 1968 through legalization of marijuana by several states in the new millennium, America's criminal justice system has paid a heavy price for the "Drug War".

This infographic chronicles the history of the drug war and examines the bottom line price tag.

Go all the way to the bottom line - you might be surprised: (more…)

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    Arrests resulting from Marijuana – US Facts and Statistics

Arrests resulting from Marijuana – US Facts and Statistics

Pot, grass, mj, bud, kind, weed, cannabis, maryjane, ganga, dope, herb, hemp...

Call it what you will. To most folks, it's probably no surprise that marijuana is the most common illegal drug used by Americans.

Here's an infographic outlining US facts and statics related to marijuana use and arrests: (more…)

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5 Tips To Choosing An Attorney

Sometimes I think that attorneys have nearly as many negative stereotypes as bondsman.

We have something else in common: when you need one, you may not know exactly what you should be looking asking.

Here's an infographic with 5 tips for choosing an attorney: (more…)

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Wrongful Conviction?

It almost sounds like a soap opera: she's doing time but it was a wrongful conviction.

How does that happen?

Probably no surprise that "eye witnesses" make mistakes, forensics are sometimes wrong and people just plain make stuff up.

But did you know that people confess to what they did not do?

Find out more on this infographic: (more…)

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