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Theft & Stealing Legal News & Blogs by Criminal Lawyers – UK, US, Global

Thieves Want your Car – One Piece at a Time

August 3, 2017

Today’s car thieves rarely hot-wire a vehicle and drive it out of the parking lot; instead, they steal its parts to sell piece by piece. Stealing an automobile is a bit more difficult today than it was in the past. Modern technology in anti-theft equipment has made it harder than ever for would-be thieves to […]

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The Best Car Alarms for Concerned Owners

October 23, 2013

Most people want to protect their property in the best way possible. Theft is on the rise. Your car is a large investment, so it’s important to have a solid car alarm in place. To avoid constant worrying, here are five of the best car alarms available for concerned owners: 1. Viper 5902 Responder SuperCode […]

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Protecting against crime: How to make your home secure

March 28, 2013

(Guest post) Are you confident that your home is as secure as it can be against a break in? Burglaries are so common nowadays, and you really need to be vigilant to ensure that your home is not the next one on their list. Here we look at some ways to make life harder for […]

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Robbery Prevention Tips for the Small Business Owner

February 10, 2013

Robbers don’t only target homes. In fact, many robbers look for small businesses that are easy targets from which they can make a fast getaway. If you want to prevent a robbery, and keep both your business and your employees safe, you’ve got to follow a few basic safety tips. 1.Keep Windows Clear It can […]

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The Fastest Growing Crime – Identity Theft

November 14, 2012

Identity theft, which involves the wrongful use of personal information, is a growing problem, particularly due to advances in electronic communication. Wrongful identity use can affect the victim’s credit score, cause financial loss, and can even result in the victim’s arrest when the perpetrator uses the stolen identity to commit a crime. Some of the […]

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Student’s Rights in Expulsion

November 7, 2012

(US and generally) Expulsion is very disrupting in any student’s or parent’s life. If your child is facing expulsion, remember he has the right to defend himself. Every student still has their constitution rights, even after they step onto campus or enter the school doors. Unfortunately, there are many examples of schools and school districts […]

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The Rise of Scrap Metal Theft

June 27, 2012

Scrap metal theft is not a new issue. For decades occasional stories concerning, for example, the theft of lead from church roofs or the removal of copper pipes from uninhabited dwellings have appeared in local newspapers. But in the last ten years, as the global economy has faltered, scrap metal theft has risen to epidemic […]

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