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"The first actual publication via and for legal justice execs within the significant case fields. . . . the talents, recommendations, and proactive methods provided are creatively concrete and priceless of replication around the state. . . . Heartily advised for these operating within the 'front line' of significant case investigation."
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The landmark e-book standardizing the language, terminology, and classifications used through the felony justice system
Arranged in response to the first purpose of the legal, the Crime category handbook, 3rd Edition good points the language, phrases, and classifications the legal justice method and allied fields use as they paintings to guard society from felony behavior.
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However, he was still nervous about the prospect of waking the residents of his target home, so he began targeting unoccupied homes and switched to midmorning break-ins. This also allowed him better light by which to see the valuables he was after, an added advantage. 3GC02 02/21/2013 21:27:31 Page 24 24 CRIME CLASSIFICATION MANUAL This offender’s original MO was to break and enter through the window of a residence at night, then steal valuables and escape. Through experience, his MO evolved to forcing the lock on windows in unoccupied homes during the day.
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He cut her nipples off and placed them on her chest. The offender also inserted her umbrella into the vagina and placed her comb into the pubic hair. He then placed the victim’s nylons around her wrists and ankles. He scrawled a derogatory message to police on her body using her pen. Finally, he left a pile of his feces, covered with her clothing, a few feet from the body. The NCAVC assessed all of this activity as being postmortem. A few inexpensive articles of jewelry were missing, including the Jewish religious medal that resembled the body’s positioning.