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Why arresting people pays and bank robbery doesn’t, what ever became of the Watergate’s Room 723, and why did the writer shoot himself in the arm?
Why, statistically, bank robbery doesn’t pay And why arresting people does What ever happened to the Watergate Hotel’s Room 723? Why did the writer shoot himself in the arm? This article, and all articles on this site, are © 2012 by Bill Bickel unless otherwise noted.
[by Scott Ciment, Esq] Take a breath and read on. You’re going to have to make some decisions, and you need to think carefully about how to handle this terrible situation. As an attorney, I recommend that you learn as much as you can about the criminal court process, so … Continue reading
[by Dale S. Gribow and Robert E. Levy, Criminal Defense Attorneys, Riverside County CA] Police work in a world where each situation that they view has a perceived zone of danger, or a suspicion of wrongdoing, that is not visible to the average citizen. Their perception and sensitivity to both … Continue reading