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Interview with former lead prosecutor of the Broward County Sex Crimes Unit. Sex offender status and bars to removal are discussed. 

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Event Data Recorders and Criminal Prosecution

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Shoplifting laws in Florida range from petit theft to grand theft. Below is a video where Criminal Defense Attorney William R. Moore breaks down the different types of shoplifting. #criminaldefenseattorney  

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Mount Morris police Chief Keith Becker says both boys have been removed from the home.

Becker says the man used waterboarding to punish the 5-year-old after he ripped his backpack.

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Tackle this Tuesday!   #motivationalquotes  
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Are smartphones, wearable tech, virtual reality, etc creating needs we never had before and are probably better off without?

Very interesting thoughts on How Apple Is Invading Our Bodies on +TIME (http://gplus.ly/1DChumz). As the authors point out, smartphones already make it very easy for us to become "over connected" by vying for our constant attention - but at least we can put them down or put them away. On the other hand, wearable tech means that we are "never offline" - and the real question is: Do we really want to become even more connected than we are already? 

We have already seen a case of a man that was treated for "Google Glass Addiction" (http://gplus.ly/1DCjgEb) when doctors observed a "notable, nearly involuntary movement of the right hand up to his temple area and tapping it with his forefinger" - the motion used to activate the wearable technology.

Are we all at risk for becoming over-connected, addicted and possibly anti-social as we become more and more "connected"? Former Valve virtual reality contractor Fabian Giesen thinks so. He wants nothing more to do with VR and quit his job citing that he believes VR might empower less social interaction (http://gplus.ly/1DClwex). 

"The endpoint of VR, on the other hand -- all engineering practicalities of first aiming for a seemingly easier goal aside -- seems to be fundamentally anti-social, completing the sad trajectory of entertainment moving further and further away from shared social experiences," says Giesen.
 
#wearables #wearabletech #addiction #virtualreality #googleglass  
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Organized Crime explained by Criminal Defense Attorney William R. Moore. Handling large sums of money.
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