Balancing Administration of Justice and Security The balance of the criminal justice system is in a continual loop evolving from past mistakes while addressing current security conditions, a point paper by Chris Grollnek. Abstract Balancing administration of justice and security is in a continual loop evolving from past mistakes while addressing current security conditions. During… Continue reading Balancing Administration of Justice and Security
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Sample of Consulting Contract Report Intro Summary to Customer (released with their permission and redacted at their request)
The following summary came from a physical and internet security assessment completed by CGPGMG, LLC and Countermeasure Consulting Group, LLC a few weeks ago at no cost to the business because of serious mitigating factors. One, the company has major threats daily and second, employees were not feeling safe at work. The company also believed… Continue reading Sample of Consulting Contract Report Intro Summary to Customer (released with their permission and redacted at their request)
Consulting Legal Teams in Police Related Strategies
Legal Team Consulting in Police Related Strategies The unique service, consulting defense attorneys, is a hard find because more often than not, officers do not want to delve back into the situations from which they just departed. The services offered through CGPGMG, LLC include consulting prosecution and defense teams utilizing strategies from a police officers… Continue reading Consulting Legal Teams in Police Related Strategies
Are You The Next Prisoner?
Whiskey & Gunpowder by Jeffrey Tucker April 25, 2012 Auburn, Alabama, U.S.A. Are You The Next Prisoner? The United States is home to a gigantic socialist sector, larger and with a greater reach than any in the world, and it is fed by tax dollars and managed entirely by the government. Strangely, the opponents of… Continue reading Are You The Next Prisoner?
Deception in the Criminal Justice Process
The following comes from a point paper I wrote regarding “Deception in the Criminal Justice Process” for my Masters Degree a few years ago. When I wore the paper I was not interested in anything but passing the course. Turns out that worked out pretty well because I recently graduated with a 4.0 GPA with… Continue reading Deception in the Criminal Justice Process
This Came from the Innocence Project’s Media Release Today
Colorado Man to be Exonerated by DNA Evidence After Nearly 18 Years in Prison for a Murder and Rape He Didn’t Commit First Exoneration to Have Stemmed From Attorney General’s DNA Review Project, Which Helped Clear Wrongfully Convicted Man and Identify Real Perpetrator Contact: Alana Massie, 212-364-5983, email@example.com (Grand Junction, CO; April 30, 2012) — With… Continue reading This Came from the Innocence Project’s Media Release Today