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Burglary

A black mask is pulled over the face of a person, leaving only two eyes, one mouth, and one nose. Sneaking around in the darkness of night, when suddenly a glimmer of light appears. That glimmer of light? A diamond. The person? A burglar. But what would our burglar face

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First Degree Murder

Usage of first-degree murder cases by crime shows is widespread. And who is to blame? First-degree murder might be one of the most exciting types of crime. Who would want to watch some person embezzling money? But what is it, legally? First-degree murder is classified under murder, which is classified under

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Treason

Treason: the ultimate crime; the murder not of the person but of the state. Murder seems like a faint topic when talking about treason. But what is treason? Treason is quite undefined, probably due to the fact that so few have been actually been convicted of treason. Treason is a federal

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Government of the Corporations, By the Corporations, for the Corporations

Note: This article does not necessarily represent the views of the NWYJ, only the views of the author. Trump recently got his son-in-law, Jared Kushner to lead a new ‘White House office of American Innovation’. As the Washington post reports[1], “such as reforming care for veterans and fighting opioid addiction —

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