Not every heist ends up like The Italian Job or similar scenario. In fact, more often than not, crime doesn’t pay. Even the most ambitious and well planned robberies have landed thieves in prison for decades. The folks at Fred Dahr Defense Attorney have put together an infographic to illustrate the most famous heists in history and determine if the crime really is worth the time.
There are many celebrities that think that they are above the law, but we know they are not since we see stories all of the time about another celebrity in some type of trouble. MyImprov.com shows us some that got in trouble for driving under the influence, along with their mugshots when they were arrested.
A country’s flag is a source of great pride, whether it’s being flown on a national holiday or being waved in the air at a event. This is certainly no exception for the United States. The U.S. flag has become just as much a part of the American culture and identity as baseball, apple pie and fruited plains.
Criminal Justice Degree Hub decided to profile some of America’s most famous justice seekers and crime fighters of the past century. This brave group made the biggest splash in the public consciousness. Find out who nailed their perps, and who let them slip through their fingers. Whatever the outcome of their most famous cases, they possessed persistence, guts and style, as well as a flair for staying in the public eye and became as famous as the criminals they were chasing.
From litigation to divorce, legal battles in court can cost a lot. Many cases drag on for years without positive results. This infographic from Croftons Injury Claims looks at which cases have been the most costly.
This is an infographic created by Express Solicitors to demonstrate how the recent change in United Kingdom law on the 1st of April affects the total amount of compensation personal injury claimants are able to receive.
An interrogation may occur at any time during the arrest, booking, or holding process. It is important to have an attorney present during the interrogation in order to keep your rights protected. Get more tips on this infographic designed by Hinkle, Jachimowicz, Pointer & Emanuel Law.
The hip recall lawyers are now pursing Stryker Rejuventate & ABG II hip recall cases on behalf of patients impacted by this defective hip device. After pursuing many hip recall lawsuits, Styker hip recall lawyers have put together an infographic to help inform of the medical-legal implications of the recall.
Do you own a false mustache? If so, make sure not to wear it while attending a church service in Alabama. Why, you ask? Because it is illegal. This bizarre law, among with many others, is explained in this infographic from bestparalegalschoolsonline.com.
There are several reasons you may want to get your criminal record. First is for job purposes; that is to see what your employers can find on you. The second is to begin the process of cleaning your record or applying for an expungement. Lastly, you may want to request your record after an expungement, to make sure it no longer exists.
Are we being bullied by the government? From controlling the internet to armed drones, it sure looks like the government might be trying to control us. This infographic from Top Criminal Justice Schools takes a look at five ways the government bullies Americans.
In 2012, there were some massive verdicts. The top 3 consisted of patent infringement litigation, and each of these 3 verdicts exceeded $1 billion. There were also several medical malpractice verdicts that occupied the top ten. Learn all about them in the following infographic from RD Legal Funding.
LexisNexis, makers of PC Law Software asked nearly 500 nationwide attorneys how much of their work day they actually bill. This infographic captures time and billing performance based on law firm size and state so that attorneys can understand how their firm’s stack up.
Since the first time DNA evidence helped overturn a conviction in 1989, more than 300 people have been cleared of crimes they did not commit with the help of such evidence. Here is a look at cases where DNA evidence has helped overturn convictions of those awaiting execution on Death Row in an infographic published by TopCriminalJusticeDegrees.org.