It’s all around you. People are getting away with acts of vandalism, outright theft, and even murder. They get away with it because they’re very good at what they do. But what happens when recognition becomes more important than the reward? Read this week’s Carosa Commentary “Criminal Hubris: It Gets Them Every Time” to see why it’s not the felonious act, but the arrogant admission, that ultimately nabs the perpetrator.