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    13 Different Types of Accountants

    We celebrate the International Accounting Day every 10th of November so it’s only fitting that we take a closer look at the world of accountancy. The word accountant comes from the French word compter or computare which means “to count” or “to score.” It’s considered among the ten safest jobs in the world while the […]

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    Why Are Legal Documents on Long Paper?

    A close look at a contract legal document that is printed on long papers.

    While lots of office-working individuals know that the printer takes 8.5 x 11-inch paper, there’s also often a ream of 8.5 x 14-inch paper lying around. They don’t easily fit in standard binders, are difficult to copy or scan, and can be a real mess if they get stuck inside a printing machine but lawyers […]

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    How Do Private Prisons Make Money?

    A close look at a set of prison bars.

    Private prisons are big business in the USA. No other country in the world has more people in prison than in the United States. According to the World Prison Population List (11th edition), there were a few more than 10 million people in prisons worldwide in 2015. Even though the United States has just 4 […]

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    25 of the Best Prison Movies

    Prison movies revolve around the confines of a penitentiary which satisfies our curiosity for the encapsulated world within the walls. They can also be about escape attempts which can put us on the edge of our seats. No matter the genre, movies about prison life can give us a renewed appreciation of our oft-neglected regard […]

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    3 Types of Breathalyzers

    Drinking and driving are one of the worst – and most dangerous – things that you could do. Drunk driving, if anything, is highly irresponsible and perilous. It does not only put your own life in extreme danger but also great risks the lives of those around or near you. Thanks to the massive technological […]

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    13 Different Types of Personal Injury Lawyers

    Personal injury attorney

    Personal injury law, also known as tort law, is in place especially to ensure safety and justice for those who have had damage inflicted on them by others. The law offers protection to victims by ensuring they get just compensation against intentional or unintentional injuries caused due to someone else’s fault. However, personal injury law […]

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    24 Countries That Have the Death Penalty for Drug Trafficking

    Handcuffed hands on a table beside packaged drugs

    Drug trafficking, unlike drug consumption, is considered a very serious crime in most parts of the world and is usually punishable by several years of imprisonment. In some cases, even capital punishment is invoked. Trafficking is defined by carrying a specified quantity of drugs like marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine etc, and the punishments depend on […]

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    20 Best Crime Drama TV Shows

    : A young woman sitting on a vintage chair and watching TV

    We know that killing and other horrific crimes are unacceptable, fighting is bad, and robbery is downright wrong, yet we can’t deny that watching them happening in front of our eyes (of course, on TV only) is our true guilty pleasure. This can be backed up by viewership number, as one recent report “Consuming Television Crime […]

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    25 of the Biggest Art Heists of All Time

    Man stealing a painting

    Heists aren’t easy. But these thieves make it seem like stealing the world’s most famous paintings is a piece of cake! Usually, when most people think about heists, they think about cash or gold, but one of the more lucrative ways to make a lot of money is by stealing art. Over the course of […]

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    12 Types of Prisons

    Alcatraz Island in San Francisco

    There are more different types of prisons than meets the eye. We set out the 12 here. 1. Minimum Security A minimum security prison may also be referred to as a Federal Prison Camp (FPC). Most of the people in a minimum security prison are white collar criminals, which means they’ve commitment something like fraud […]

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    25 Biggest Bank Robberies of All Time

    Bank of England

    Most criminals who decide to rob a bank only end up with a few thousand dollars and a prison sentence. However, throughout history, there have been a few exceptions. It’s hard not to admire the cunning nature of these masterminds. If only they had put their skills towards something good. Some criminals got lucky. Others […]

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