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If you are charged with a crime, the legal system and potential punishments can be difficult to navigate.
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Teenagers run away all the time, and there are risk factors that can help determine who will run.
By Shelly Barclay
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Special circumstances are necessary for a Supreme Court justice to be removed against his or her will.
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Are you familiar with the different felony classifications? Learn about the punishments, conviction process and other aspects of class C felonies.
By Rose Clearfield
The U.S. Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. It has nine members who serve a lifetime tenure.
By Melanie Grimes
This landscape designer job description can give you a better idea of the day-to-day job duties for this somewhat outdoorsy profession.
By Jennifer Maughan
Wondering how to become a landscape designer? If you have an eye for details and landscaping know-how, you might already be on your way to becoming a landscape designer.
By Dachary Carey
Accounting ethics is a code of conduct that guides those in the profession to behave in a respectful, controlled and moral way. Clients need to have confidence in the business practices of professional accounting firms.
By Jennifer Maughan
Accounting history has no defined start date, for it has been around as long as people have ascribed value to items and the concept of wealth has fueled business. But, accounting as a profession enjoys a long and noble history.
By Jennifer Maughan
The word cockpit first described the places where cockfights were staged. In cockfights roosters fought to the death while spectators bet on the outcome.
By Janet Grischy
How tall is the average model, you ask? Certain kinds of modeling have strict height requirements, so you will need to do your research before applying for a job.
By Jacqueline Thomas
The education required to become a physical therapist is considerable. Physical therapy degrees generally include an undergraduate program, plus an advanced degree with that focus.
By Jennifer Maughan
Learning how to write a lesson plan involves not only outlining what you will do in class but also figuring out how to assess the students' progress.
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If you're interested in potential accounting careers, you'll be delighted to learn there are many jobs you can get with a degree in accounting. Jobs range from being a financial planner to a certified public accountant.
By Rachel Mork
Probation is an alternative to jail for some criminals and juvenile delinquents. The probationer must fulfill the requirements for his probation.
By Connie Earl Robertson
Juvenile justice systems discourage crime by punishing offenders and by rehabilitating them.
By Janet Grischy
Music has the ability to cause excitement, calmness, or romantic feelings and change the moods of listeners.
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