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 Is tearing down someone else's mailbox a crime?

Answer Tearing down someone's mailbox is considered tampering with the United States mail and is a crime. Under Title 18, Chapter 63 of the United States code, if you tear down someone else's mailbox, you... Read More »
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Do UK crime documentaries eg Street Wars glorify crime to provide entertainment or do they make the public aware of ongoing crime in the UK?

thy make the police seam as if thy have a 100% success rate
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How are organized crime&white collar crime alike?

People often use the terms "organized crime" and "white collar crime" to classify different kinds of illegal acts or behaviors. While not identical, these terms are both commonly used to describe c... Read More »
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What is the difference in being accused of a crime and being suspected of a crime in ucmj?

Unfortunately, this is a (potentially) medically disqualifying condition. However, the doctor at the Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS)will make that determination. Your local recruiter ca... Read More »
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How do I cut onions without tearing up?

When you bought the onions, you picked out the nicest looking ones. Since then you came to really like the onion, and don't have the heart to cut it. Please. . . don't get so emotionally attached... Read More »
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