Month: January 2021

LGBTQ: Victims of Discrimination and the effects of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic deteriorates the global community by knocking over modes of employment, lifestyle, and the criminal justice system. The current crisis has been accompanied by an increase in domestic, family, and intimate partner violence cases. However, the experiences of violence are not uniform. However, it is significant to recognize that different groups will encounter …

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Crime Detection: Tracking down the perpetrators

Crime detection, prevention, reduction, and control have remained burning issues because crime poses a significant threat to society, as criminals adopt increasingly sophisticated crime commission technologies. Crime records hardly ever leave the crime unsolved. Successful crime detection reflects policing reality. The main point of concern is what is required or the demand for more successful …

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Elusiveness to Right of Protection for Trans-People of Color

The black transgender community suffers disparate intimate partner violence rates, discriminatory harassment, and sexual violence from both strangers and acquaintances. Members of the trans community report disparate discriminatory treatment rates and physical violence from law enforcement personnel while interrogating crimes. The stereotyped behavior that Black transgender people are deceitful to make them experience under-policing. Transgender …

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Crisis in Medical Jurisprudence

Forensic pathology lies in the field of forensic medicine dealing with examining the deceased individuals. Usually, a forensic pathologist interrogates after receiving a formal request from the prosecutor. However, the codification of forensic pathology varies country-to-country. A forensic pathologist provides medical assistance based on tried and tested experiments in the investigation, and the process continues …

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The War on Drugs and Racism

People widely consume psychoactive drugs for millennia all around the world. In Asia and Africa, cannabis (commonly known as Marijuana) is widely cultivated, traded, and used as a health-care drug. It has a sacred role in Sufism and Hindu culture. Its medicinal uses, also mentioned in Avicenna‚Äôs Canon of Medicine, are considered authoritative medical texts …

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