Two Types of Homicide and Their Differences

The word “capital” refers to any crime where death is a possible punishment. In the United States, murder is the only crime for which you can be executed at the state level. The federal government still retains treason, terrorism, and drug trafficking is capital crimes. The term homicide is a fairly generic term that refers … Read more

Homicide Of Lynn Breadon – The First Time In History Dna From A Tooth Was Used To Solve A Criminal Case

The case investigation of the remains of a burned body began when a janitor noticed the remains at the bottom of a dumpster while going to throw out the trash in Vancouver, British Columbia. There were many problems encountered in this case investigation. Firstly, it was nearly impossible to identify any DNA, flesh of skin, … Read more

The Brian Davis Case Controversies

June 29, 2009 Brian Davis’s decomposing body was found on an old dirt road near the Intracoastal Waterway south of Lake Charles, Louisiana. The Calcasieu Parish coroner, Dr. Terry Welk, ruled the manner of death a homicide. Davis suffered from four gunshot wounds, with three in the back, and the final, fatal shot in the … Read more

Dramatic Irony in Macbeth

Introduction William Shakespeare effectively uses dramatic irony to intrigue the reader and deepen the impact of the consequences Macbeth ultimately faces. Dramatic Irony Definition: Dramatic Irony is a literary term that defines a situation in the play where the reader knows more than the character does. Thesis: Throughout the play Macbeth, the reader is given the … Read more

Case Dismissed – A Jury of Her Peers

Essay Subjects: Homicide, Children. Keywords: Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Hale, team men, Mr. Henderson, Minnie Foster Wright, Mrs. Peters, county attorney In “A Jury of Her Peers” by Susan Glaspell, Minnie Foster Wright is the main character, even though the reader never sees Mrs. Wright. The story begins as Mrs. Hale joins the county attorney, Mr. Henderson; the … Read more