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Detectives Use Their Minds to Fight Crime on TV

Detectives Use Their Minds to Fight Crime on TV

Crime happens every day all over the world and we usually learn about it remotely, through the newspaper or television news programs. The unlucky among us may have witnessed criminal activity first hand through a burglary robbery or even homicide. Crime is a fact of life as it always has been but now we can watch how crimes are committed and then how they are solved through our TV sets.

Always popular since the first novelist wrote about the first detectives like those imagined by Edgar Allan Poe or Sherlock Holmes 1887 character Arthur Conan Doyle, the fictional detective was warmly received when television programming began. We love to watch how crimes are solved and perhaps there is a little of the sleuth in most of us. It takes intelligence to solve crime and those fictional crime solvers are always entertaining to watch from week to week.

Actors put the “character” in fictional stories

The BBC has had a long time commitment to entertaining as well as educating the audience, and characters like Colonel March of Scotland Yard, Sherlock Holmes and his intrepid partner Dr. Watson, and the medieval Monk Father …

Charities Able to Increase Their Legacy Income as The Internet Smashes Legal Barriers

Charities Able to Increase Their Legacy Income as The Internet Smashes Legal Barriers

Regional law firm Brethertons pioneers online access to legal services with its launch of . LawSense has been developed as a revolutionary way for your supporters to purchase quality legal documents and legal advice over the internet, with ease-of-use, cost-certainty and value for money.

LawSense can dramatically increase a charity’s revenue stream by encouraging charitable legacies and residuary gifts. Speaking about the launch of the new LawSense website, Shaun Jardine, Business Development Partner explains: “We appreciate that one of the problems with legacy fundraising, is that in order to leave a legacy, an individual must first make a Will. Legacy volumes can be stifled by the traditional method of producing a professional Will, sometimes because of the length of time and effort required to complete the process. Finding a lawyer with the required expertise and availability, and an inclination to promote legacy giving, deliberating over wishes, drafting, reviewing, correcting, and finally executing, can all detract from the good will of supporters to remember their favourite charity.”

LawSense is one of the first websites in the UK to enable users of legal services to create legal documents online …