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Deciding to Apply for a Criminal Justice Degree

The thing about a criminal justice degree is that it comes in various forms. The most basic is the certificate degree. In this form of criminal justice degree, all you have to do is complete a training course and you … Continue reading

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The Criminal Justice Degree Online and What It Asks of Applicants

The admission process for the graduate criminal justice degree online program can be daunting. Different schools actually require different things of applicants. Following is some data that can help you get admitted to such a program, though. Most if not … Continue reading

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Justice Moreno Discusses Direct Democracy

Carlos Moreno, retired California Supreme Court justice and litigator at Irell & Manella, will discuss the future of direct democracy as Zocalo Public Square recognizes the 100th anniversary of California's adoption of the initiative and referendum. The event is Wed., … Continue reading

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Unequal Justice

Hi there, I spent all day yesterday in a very overcrowded Probate and Family Court (since all I do is divorce the only courts I go to are in the Probate and Family court system). Massachusetts, like much of the … Continue reading

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Justice for Troy Davis, Final Clemency Hearing on Monday

WASHINGTON, DC¬≠ (Sept. 17, 2011)-As the fourth execution date looms for Troy Davis, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer again appeals to the Georgia Board of Pardons and Parole to halt the execution Mr. Davis. In 2007, the Board … Continue reading

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