VDM Verydarkman: Rescued Alleged Suspect from Jungle Justice

Martin Vincent Otse also known as Verydarkman. (VDM), who is a prominent online activist, recently demonstrated great bravery and compassion when he came across a situation involving an alleged phone theft and the threat of vigilante justice. While driving, Verydarkman encountered a mob attacking an individual accused of stealing a phone. Without hesitation, Verydarkman decided … Read more

Inside San Pedro Prison: A Realm Where Inmates Rule

Introduction San Pedro Prison in La Paz, Bolivia, is a unique and unconventional correctional facility. Originally a traditional penitentiary, it has transformed into a lawless realm where chaos and order coexist. In this article, we explore the history, inhabitants, and unprecedented system of San Pedro. History and Evolution San Pedro Prison was initially a conventional … Read more

The Criminal Justice System 

Introduction The criminal justice system refers to the set of institutions and practices established by governments to maintain law and order, deter crime, and administer justice. It is responsible for investigating, prosecuting, and punishing individuals who have been accused of committing crimes. This article offers an in-depth explanation of the criminal justice system, its key … Read more

Criminal Court and Trial

Introduction  In the criminal justice system, the second most prominent component is the criminal court. A court can be defined as an agency set up by the government to define and apply the law, order its enforcement, and dispute settlement between individuals and groups. while criminal court is an aspect of a court that deals … Read more

Three Strikes Law

Introduction The Three Strikes Law, originally conceived in the United States in the early 1990s, aimed to address concerns surrounding recidivism and the increasing severity of repeat offenses. The law mandates significantly longer sentences for individuals convicted of a third felony, often regardless of the nature of the crime. Proponents argue that the law acts … Read more