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Category Archives: Justice
In most cases, real-life court proceedings are far from the spectacles you see every night on TV. They’re slow, measured, and fairly soft-spoken. Lawyers and paralegals do most of the talking, and since everyone in town knows each other, they … Continue reading
The internet has had a profound effect on the textbook industry. Many publishers now offer online courses and learning material in addition to ink-and-paper books. The books themselves often take the form of ebooks, which students appreciate for being lighter … Continue reading
On January 25, 2016, after a grueling and complicated murder trial, Travis Vader was sentenced to life imprisonment. If this long ordeal has taught us anything, it’s that one of the greatest threats to our criminal justice system come from … Continue reading