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February 2020 Archives

What is Clemency?

Not everyone who is put behind bars belongs there, and sometimes they do, but the sentence they are given can be deemed too long or too hard later on. Fortunately, there's a legal way to have a prison term shortened or ended immediately. Clemency is a form of pardoning, shortening, or allowing reprieve of one's prison sentence. This does not mean that the person is not guilty; it simply means they have been forgiven of their crimes. The state's governor or the President of the United States are the only people who can grant clemency.

Two Miami Men Arrested for TaxFraud

It's tax season! Over the next few months, as work documents begin rolling in, Americans will be filing their 2019 taxes. This is a task that can be daunting for those who owe the IRS money, exciting for those who get a return, and dangerous for those who commit tax fraud year after year.

How Voice Activated Smart Speakers Are Helping Solve Crimes

Devices like Amazon Alexa and Google Home are changing lives at home at a rapid pace. These Bluetooth activated smart devices can be controlled from anywhere and are ready to work with a simple voice command. Whether it's to ask about the weather, learn what's going on in your neighborhood, or to play your favorite song - Alexa and the other smart devices are listening. The same can be said when it comes to having a crime take place in your home. The simple triggering of the device can cause it to record what's happening in the room and the audio is sent to the Cloud.

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