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Avoiding Crime & Punishment

August 23, 2016
Avoiding Crime & Punishment

The best way for people to avoid the chance of being charged with a criminal offense is to avoid any contact with the criminal element. If you’re ever involved with a criminal offense, contact a seasoned and experienced criminal law attorney as soon as possible.

The criminal element, in the context being given, can be bars, saloons, rodeo events, music festivals, county fairs, and the whole nine. Even sporting events pose a chance for criminal acts, and the often ensuing prosecution from the state. Just imagine having a minor disagreement with someone in a public place only to have the issue escalate into a combat situation. A Houston police officer may witness this event, or be alerted of it, and then you’re yourself under arrest for an avoidable event, because of America.

The Criminal Nature of American Society

As Americans, we have to come to grips with the pervasiveness of substance abuse in the mainland culture, and in our general society. Although the federal government does introduce dangerous substances into the community from time to time, they’ll also put you in jail for it, and pretend it ain’t their fault.

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This includes alcohol being unlawfully present in a vehicle, marijuana possession, possession of weaponry, or even having secondhand knowledge of a federal criminal conspiracy.

That’s right.

In America, yes, these United States of America, you can be jailed for simply hearing about a federal criminal conspiracy, or in other words, for minding your own business. That’s a hell of a freedom if you ask me.

Then, on the other hand, criminals like Hillary Clinton get a pass from the criminal justice system on the basis of political favoritism. Which is fine, especially if the offender knows no addition criminal charges for corruption will persist. As a criminal society based on crime, it’s no wonder why the United States of America has willingly relinquished it’s perceived moral high-ground in exchange for the benefits of corruption, namely, money, power, more money, and more power.