Those facing white collar criminal charges are probably understandably nervous and stressed at the prospect of spending significant time behind bars or paying thousands (if not millions) of dollars in fines. But according to recent data, white collar criminal prosecutions are falling across the United States.
Cyberstalking is a rather loosely-defined crime in that it can encompass a whole host of different activities that are carried out online. As much as the internet has changed our lives and our communication over the past few decades, it has also changed criminal activity. It is important to know how this works.
Ohio maintains a database of DNA profiles. They are designed to aid police investigators as they track down criminals involved in cold cases and new cases alike. By law, everyone arrested on a felony charge is required to submit genetic material that can then be added to the system.