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Understanding Tax Evasion

Tax evasion Perhaps one of the most infamous criminals the United States has ever known, Al Capone had many ties to the criminal underworld and had been in and out of jail for many petty offenses before he was finally convicted of tax evasion  on October 18, 1931. Capone spent the next 11 years in …

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Understanding Your Right to Remain Silent

Understanding The Remain Silent Right When Genevo Salinas, a suspect of the 1992 murder of brothers Juan and Hector Garza, remained unresponsive to a single question following an hour of police interrogation, he believed he was acting on his Fifth Amendment rights. However, Salinas was convicted on account of his silence when police asked if a …

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Convicted, Executed, And Then Exonerated? It’s Too Little Too Late…

Wrongful Conviction On December 17, 2014, George Stinney, convicted of first-degree murder, was granted a clear name with the reopening of his case. Upon investigating the circumstances of Stinney’s conviction, Judge Carmen T. Mullen found that his attorney and the prosecution did little to protect his constitutional rights during the short course of the trial. …

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