Law Enforcement

Detention vs Arrest

Detention vs Arrest
Detention is when the police or any authority holds someone under suspicion but have not charged them with a crime. Arrest is when the police charges someone with a crime and then takes them into custody.

Extortion vs Blackmail

Extortion vs Blackmail
Extortion refers to intimidating or threatening the person with violence in exchange for monetary compensation, blackmail, on the other hand, refers to threatening the person with social, emotional, or...

Act vs Regulation

Act vs Regulation
Acts are broad laws that are passed and the regulations are guidelines that dictate how the legal provisions of the act should be applied.

Bail vs Parole

Bail vs Parole
The term bail refers to paying a certain amount to the government in return of freedom before the date of the trial. A parole is really different from a bail. A parole happens after the accused has been given...

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