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High Profile Trials That Captivated America O. J. Simpson Trial circa 1994-1995 (Televised for 134 days) “O. J. Simpson went on trial for the killings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman twenty years ago, in what would... Read More
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Criminology Blog

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  Have you ever been in a situation and some sense or feeling told you to walk away or to flee? Perhaps it was the hair on your neck standing up? Maybe your heart was racing for no apparent reason? Have you ever had a gut...
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  “Shell Shock”…“Battle Fatigue”…“Soldiers Heart”…“Hysteria”…“Stress Response System”…It has been given a myriad of titles or names over the course of history, but today it is referred to as “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder...
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  There is something to be said about the number of crime shows on television.  Ranging from The First 48 to Sherlock, these shows have consistently been very popular among viewers, and it boils down to humanity’s...
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  From floods of “biblical proportions” to wildfires that wreak havoc, Colorado has had its fair share of natural disasters. As a mid-Western gal, I am no stranger to what life in Tornado Alley truly means. I can recall many...
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  Written by Dana E. Brede in collaboration with Britten L. Bolenbaugh Human trafficking is a major international issue, but most Americans would be surprised to learn that it also impacts our local communities. Recently,...
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  Written by Dana E. Brede in collaboration with Britten L. Bolenbaugh As defined in the U.S. Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), human trafficking is defined as (Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance): 1) Sex trafficking...