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July 06, 2005

Crime prevention tips


Least Wanted's photos

Photographs from the Arkansas State Prison 1915-1937, by Bruce Jackson

A Prisoner's Dictionary

The Scopes Monkey Trial - 80 years later, as if nothing has changed

The Chicago Police Department in conjunction with the Mayor's office have now made prostitution solicitors' information available online. By using this website, you will be able to view public records on individuals who have been arrested for soliciting prostitutes or other related arrests

Recently, Philadelphia's mayor blew a gasket when he learned that city funds were used to help distribute "Tricks of the Trade," a graphic pamphlet offering health and safety tips to hookers in the City of Brotherly Love

'Jackass' Sued by a Real Jack Ass, and more from The Stupid Lawsuit Collection

MacGuffin’s Crime prevention tips

How to Get Out of Jury Duty: Jury Duty Excuses. 12. "Please excuse me from jury duty so I can attend a St. Patrick's Day party". ”AskMen” also has a take

A Jury of Robots Rock n' Roll

"Tips for Coping" after Jury Service: Relax with deep breathing: Breathe in slowly through your nose. Breathe out through your mouth. Slow your thoughts down and think about a relaxing scene. Continue deep breathing until you feel more relaxed

Michael J. Radwin blogs his first-day jury experience

This is the sixth post that I am “co-blogging”, this time with Tom Kealey of The Daily Pick, who was called for jury duty for the first time in 35 years, and who provided many of today’s links. (Previous posts here.) Thank you, Tom! If other bloggers are interested to share the forum here on any other topic, please contact me for details.

Many More Unusual Links about Crime and Punishment Here

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The link and comment about the Scopes Monkey trial is oh, so true.

I read part of the transacripts recently, Darrow's close, and it took my breath away. Such an important issue argued by one of the finest legal orators.

Posted by: tom at Jul 6, 2005 2:49:38 PM