2016-12-04T11:04:04ZOn March 8, 2002, Miranda Gaddis, 13, vanished on her way to Gardiner Middle School in Oregon City, OR., just as her friend, 12-year-old Ashley Pond, disappeared, two months earlier. Neither were ever seen alive again.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThis landmark ruling established among other things, that a police suspect has the right to remain silent and to have an attorney present.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZAre you taking all the precautions possible to make sure your family's holiday season is a safe one?
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZMichael Ross was a serial killer executed in Connecticut after he waived his right to appeal. It was the first execution in New England in 45 years.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZAnswers to frequently asked questions about the gun laws in Louisiana.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZA third man has been arrested in connection with the murder of a young Indianapolis pastor's pregnant wife during a home invasion robbery.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZKevin Miller, who says he has cancer, told police he gave his wife a gun and asked her to shoot him then beat and shot her to death when she refused.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZKristen Gilbert was an attractive, well-trained nurse found guilty of killing many of her patients at a Veterans Administration Medical Center.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZA phony classified-ad on Craigslist for a babysitter lured a young Minnesota woman to her death.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThere are 73 people on death row in the United States who were 16 or 17 years old when they committed their crimes. Is the death penalty for juveniles uncivilized?
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZAn Illinois Appellate Court has turned down the appeal by Drew Peterson of his conviction for murder in the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZFind out what the crime of 'forgery' is from the About.com Crime & Punishment site.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZSee how this cheating wife went from teaching Sunday school to manipulating her lover into murdering her husband in order to get his life insurance money.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThe investigation into the cause of death of several patients at a Veterans Administration medical center points to a top nurse, Kristen Gilbert.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZResearchers found that some situations either put people at greater risk of being a victim of intimate partner violence, or cause the violence.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZA father who killed his two young daughters in an act of revenge against his ex-wife received a stay of execution hours before he was scheduled to die.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThe holiday season is filled with happiness and celebration, but it can also be a time of danger. Is your family as safe as it can possibly be?
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZFind out what 'felony' means from the About.com Crime & Punishment site.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThe public has a role in maintaining the integrity of the U.S. currency. You can help guard against the threat from counterfeiters by becoming more familiar with United States currency.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZLynette 'Squeaky' Fromme became the voice of cult leader, Charlie Manson when he was sent to prison. After Manson was sentenced to life in prison, Fromme continued to devote her life to him. To prove her devotion to Charlie, she aimed a gun at President Ford. She served time in prison until released on parole in 2009. Unlike most other former Manson family members, she has never denounced Charlie and remains a loyal follower.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThe definitions of legal insanity differ from state to state. Here are high-profile cases where defendants turned to legal insanity as their defense.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZWhen someone fraudulently used your personal identifying information to their own purposes, that is identity theft.
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2016-12-04T11:04:04ZThe Zodiac sent numerous letters taunted police with cryptic clues that offered insight into why he killed and where he planned to kill next. Page 2.
2016-12-04T11:04:04ZProsecutors will recommend the maximum sentence for a man who admitted sexually abusing six children, including two Amish girls he kidnapped in New York.