NFL Players and their Criminal Histories

In 2019, an average of 16.5 million people watched NFL football games. Sundays during football season are family days for many, and relatives and friends often gather together to enjoy watching their favorite teams compete against one another. The NFL is a powerhouse of an organization, generating millions in TV… Continue reading

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Having a criminal record can cripple a person’s chances for many opportunities in life. Along with potentially hampering a person’s chances for employment in many areas, things like professional licenses, visas, the ability to adopt a child, college admission, and the ability to qualify for some types of housing. A… Continue reading

What is a Social Engineering Attack? Techniques & Prevention Tips

Social engineering attacks are a new approach to stealing a person’s sensitive information or gaining access to a company’s accounts. These attempts, which are often similar to phishing, specifically disarm the recipient by disguising a malicious email or text message to make it look like it’s from a friend or… Continue reading

7 Most Dangerous Cities in Michigan

Michigan is one of the largest and most populated states in America. Located in the Great Lakes and Midwestern regions of the U.S., Michigan is the 11th most extensive state by area and the 10th most populous state. Made up of two peninsulas and surrounded by the great lakes, there's… Continue reading

Mass Shootings in the United States

Mass Shootings Statistics and Timeline Unpredictable mass shootings rock the United States with sporadic frequency. Some target people at specific locations, like schools and concerts, while others sow fear with their randomness, spraying people on the street or at a store with deadly bullets. Three countries, Japan, Venezuela, and Uruguay,… Continue reading

Dos and Don’ts When There’s a Warrant for Your Arrest

There's nothing more dreadful than receiving word that there's a warrant out for your arrest. Thoughts will swirl in your head, and internal debates will rage about what you did or could have done. If you know that there's a warrant issued for your arrest, don't panic. We'll cover the… Continue reading

5 Bloodiest Crimes in the History of the U.S.

Shocking crimes seem to be a dime-a-dozen in the United States, where crime always leads the news and there are more guns per capita (89 guns for every 100 people) than anywhere else. Both facts equate the country with a “wild west” mentality of shoot or be shot. The perception… Continue reading

U.S. Gun Policy

Gun Control in the United States: an Overview The United States has two types of gun laws. Some are federal laws that dictate the sale, purchase, possession, and transfer of firearms, and others are governed by each state individually. Generally, the states decide who can purchase guns, they set the… Continue reading

In-Depth Look at Top Reasons for Arrests in the U.S.

Due to the diverse cultures that exist in the different regions of the United States, it can often be challenging to predict which crimes are the most common. Also, predicting which kind of arrest is the most common can be complicated. Recently, we gathered data regarding the different types of… Continue reading

5 Things That Could Get You a Criminal Record You Didn’t Know

If a person gets arrested for breaking a strange and arcane law, do we blame his dumb behavior or the law? There appear to be enough of both (weird laws and dumb people) to go around. There’s also the issue of police discretion, widely used to take undesirable people off… Continue reading
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