The nation’s criminal justice system has many moving parts that can be confusing and difficult to follow – especially when it comes to drug crime laws. Here are some of the facts as reported in 2013 by the recovery village: The black market drugs in the U.S. is a $200 to $750 billion annual industry; America..
White-Collar Crime consists of occupational crime and corporate crime. Occupational crime refers to offences committed against legitimate institutions (businesses or government) by those with “respectable” social status. White-Collar Crime White-Collar Crime consists of occupational crime and corporate crime. Occupational crime refers to offences committed against legitimate institutions (businesses or government) by those with “respectable” social..
Murder is defined within the Criminal Code of Canada (section 231(1) as either first degree or second degree murder. Any intentional killing of another that is planned and deliberate will constitute first degree murder. First degree murder can also be extended to encapsulate circumstances: where a murder takes place as a result of an arrangement..
If a foreign national has committed a crime that is considered “serious criminality” in Canada, he or she may be considered criminally inadmissible to Canada and could be denied entry at the border. Consequently, many Americans who have been arrested or convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) or Driving while intoxicated (DWI) are interested..
Drug trafficking, also known as drug distribution, is the crime of selling, transporting, or illegally importing unlawful controlled substances, such as heroin, cocaine, marijuana, or other illegal drugs. Drug trafficking also applies to the illegal selling or transportation of prescription drugs, which has become an increasing problem in recent years. According to the Department of..