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Deadly weapon

A deadly weapon, sometimes dangerous weapon or deadly weapon is an item which can inflict mortal or great bodily harm. On the regulatory definition, certain items, especially weapons, are designated "deadly weapons as such ", that is, they are co ...

                                               

Death threat

The threat of death threatened, often anonymously, to one person or a group of people to kill another person or groups of people. These threats are often designed to intimidate victims in order to manipulate their behavior, thus a death threat ca ...

                                               

Defamation

Slander is a verbal or written communication of a false statement about another that unfairly harms their reputation and, as a rule, is a tort or a crime. In several countries, including South Korea and Sweden, dealing a true statement can also b ...

                                               

Democide

Democide-the term proposed by R. J. Rummel at least since 1994, which defined it as "the intentional killing of an unarmed or disarmed person by government agents acting in their authoritative capacity and in accordance with the policies of the g ...

                                               

Desertion

In the army, desertion is the abandonment of duty or post without permission and is done with the intention of not returning. This contrasts with unauthorized absence or absence without permission, i.e., a temporary form of absence.

                                               

Disorderly conduct

Hooliganism is a crime in most jurisdictions in the United States, China and Taiwan. Usually "disorderly conduct" makes it a crime to be drunk in public, to "disturb the peace", or to loiter in certain places. Many types of unruly conduct may fit ...

                                               

Disposal of a corpse with intent to obstruct or prevent a coroner's inquest

Disposal of a corpse with intent to obstruct or hinder the investigation of investigators is an offence at common law of England and Wales. The crime, at present, rarely brought to justice. As an ordinary crime, he is tried and a conviction can b ...

                                               

Domestic violence

Domestic violence is violence or other abuse in the home environment, such as in marriage or cohabitation. Domestic violence can be used as a synonym for intimate partner violence by a spouse or partner in an intimate relationship against the oth ...

                                               

Domestic violence against men

Domestic violence against men deals with domestic violence faced by men or boys in the home environment, such as in marriage or cohabitation. As with domestic violence against women, violence against men can be a crime, but the laws are different ...

                                               

Driving under the influence

Driving under the influence is a crime or a misdemeanor of driving or operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs, to a level that makes the driver incapable of safe operation of vehicle.

                                               

Drunk drivers

People driving under the influence of alcohol, called the drunk drivers or drink-drivers. In the US, 17.000 people died in alcohol-related traffic accidents every year. A small increase in the alcohol content in the blood increases the relative r ...

                                               

Embezzlement

Theft is the act of withholding assets for the purpose of converting such assets, by one or more persons to whom the property was entrusted to or held or to be used for specific purposes. Embezzlement is a type of financial fraud. For example, a ...

                                               

Embracery

Embracery is the attempt of illegal influence on the jury to give his or her verdict in favour of one or other party to the proceedings, promises, persuasions, entreaties, money, entertainments and the like.

                                               

Illegal emigration

Illegal immigration refers to a person moving across national boundaries in such a way that violates the laws of emigration. Such a person may legally go abroad and refuse to return when demanded from the country of origin. Special cases when one ...

                                               

Employment fraud

Employment fraud is an attempt to deceive people who are looking for work, giving them false hopes of a better job, often with more favorable hours, a better job or higher wages.They often advertise in the same places as the original employer and ...

                                               

Endangerment

The threat is a variant of crimes involving conduct that is wrongful and reckless or unconscious, and likely to result in death or serious bodily injury to another person. There are several types of threats, each of which is a criminal act can be ...

                                               

Evasion of liability by deception

This offence was created by the Theft act 1978. The law clarified existing law to explicitly make it a crime, by deception, to induce the lender to the competence of the liability, i.e. the debt in full or in part, to induce the creditor to wait ...

                                               

Extortion

Extortion is obtaining benefits through coercion. In most jurisdictions it is likely to constitute a criminal offense, the main part of this article is engaged in this kind of business. Extortion is sometimes called "protection" of the racketeers ...

                                               

Failure to appear

By law, the failure consists of the accused or of the defendant, failing to appear in due time in the court of the appointment in the agenda. Where the conduct alleged in the summons or complaint-violation or summary offense, failure to appear is ...

                                               

Failure to obey a police order

In Canada, the criminal code prohibits the driver of a vehicle to disobey orders to stop for a police officer. This includes flights from the guardian. Such a charge, with the exception of those that involve death or bodily harm, could be prosecu ...

                                               

False accounting

This offence is created by the article 17 of the Law of theft in 1968, which provides: 1. When a person dishonestly, with the intention of obtaining for himself or another or with intent to cause injury to another person - a destroys, defaces, co ...

                                               

False pretenses

The elements of false pretenses are: 1 false information 2 material past or existing fact 3 which the person making the submission of false 4. made to cause 5 and 6 to cause the victim to pass title to his property 7 the determination of whether ...

                                               

Fear or provocation of violence

Fear or provocation of violence is a crime in England and Wales, established under the public order Act 1986. Offence established in accordance with section 4 of the public order Act 1986: 1 a person is guilty of an offence if he - a uses towards ...

                                               

Felony

The term felony originates from English common law to describe the offense that resulted in the confiscation of a convicted persons land and goods to which the additional punishment, including death penalty may be added. There were other crimes, ...

                                               

Fence (criminal)

Fence, also known as the receiver, engine, or driver, is the person who knowingly buys stolen goods to then resell them for profit. The fence acts as a middleman between thieves and potential buyers of stolen goods who may not know that the goods ...

                                               

Fetal abduction

The kidnapping of the fetus is a rare crime of child abduction, the abduction of the pregnancy of the mother and the extraction of the fetus by cesarean crude. Dr. Michael H. stone and Dr. Gary Brucato, there is an alternative call it the crime o ...

                                               

Forced disappearance

In international human rights law, an enforced disappearance occurs when person is secretly abducted or imprisoned by a state or political organization or by a third party with the authorization, support or acquiescence of the state or a politica ...

                                               

Forcible entry

The violent invasion is "illegal taking possession of real property by force or threat of force or illegal entry into the country or into each other, especially in support groups". The term is also sometimes used for entering the armed forces, po ...

                                               

Fraud

In law, fraud is deliberate deception to secure unfair or unlawful gain, or the victim deprived of legal rights. Fraud can violate civil law, Criminal law, or it can lead to loss of money, property or rights, but continue to be a member of anothe ...

                                               

Genocide definitions

This is a list of scholarly and international legal definitions of genocide a word coined with Genos and an English suffix-Cide by Raphael Lemkin in 1944. However, the exact etymology of this word is a mixture of the Greek word γένος or Latin wor ...

                                               

Ghosting (identity theft)

Ghosting is a form of theft in which someone steals the identity, and sometimes even the role within society, of a specific dead person, which is not widely known, deceased. Usually, the person who steals this identity is about the same age that ...

                                               

Frederick Hahneman

Frederick William Hahneman was a Honduras-born U.S. citizen convicted of hijacking of Eastern airlines flight 175 from Allentown, Pennsylvania, to Miami, Florida, may 5, 1972. Hahneman parachuted from the plane over his native Honduras after exto ...

                                               

Hair theft

Stealing hair is a recurring problem in various parts of the world where human hair is in demand either for commercial products such as wigs and hairpieces, different sexual fetishes. As hair has a high commercial value in the mid – 19th century ...

                                               

Happy slapping

Happy slapping was a fad originating in the United Kingdom around 2005, in which one or a few people from boredom to attack the victim to reflect the attack. Although the term usually refers to relatively minor acts of violence, such as hitting o ...

                                               

Hazing

Hazing, initiation ceremonies, skazhenny, crushing, or deposition, refers to the practice of rituals, invocations, and other activities related to harassment, abuse or humiliation used for involving people in the group, including the new fraterni ...

                                               

Homicide

Murder is the act of one person to kill another. Murder only requires a volitional act by another person, which leads to death, and thus, murder may be the result of accidental, reckless or negligent acts, even if there is no intent to cause harm ...

                                               

Hot prowl burglary

Hot prowl burglary is a rare sub-type of burglary in which the perpetrator illegally breaks and enters the building or residence, and passengers are inside. The main purpose of a hot prowl burglary can be theft, robbery, sexual assault, murder or ...

                                               

Identity cleansing

The purification of the personality is defined as "confiscation of identity, passports and other similar documents in order to hinder or make it impossible for those expelled to return."

                                               

Illegal entry

Illegal entry-is the act of foreign nationals arriving in or crossing the borders into a country in violation of immigration law. Human smuggling is the practice of intermediaries aiding illegal immigrants in crossing the border for financial gai ...

                                               

Illegal immigration

Illegal immigration refers to the migration of population in the country in violation of the immigration laws of this country or permanent residence of persons without legal rights to live in this country. Illegal immigration tends to be financia ...

                                               

Impersonator

An imitator is someone who imitates or copies the behavior or actions of another. There are many reasons why impersonating someone: Crime: the crime, such as identity theft. This usually happens when a criminal tries to assume the identity of ano ...

                                               

Indictable offence

In many jurisdictions the common-law criminal offense is a crime that can only be tried on an indictment after a preliminary hearing to determine whether there is sufficient hard evidence to answer or by a Grand jury. In the United States, a crim ...

                                               

Inside job

Inside job is a crime, usually larceny, robbery or embezzlement, committed by a person of a position of trust who is authorized to access a location or procedure with virtually no oversight, for example, a key employee or Manager. The perpetrator ...

                                               

Insurance fraud

Insurance fraud is any act committed with the purpose to deceive the insurance process. This occurs when the applicant is trying to obtain some benefit or advantage they are not entitled, or when an insurer knowingly denies some benefit that is d ...

                                               

Intimidation

Intimidation is intentional behavior that "would lead to the ordinary sense of" fear of injury or harm. It is not necessary to prove that the behavior was so strong that mean terror or that the victim was actually frightened. Threat, criminal thr ...

                                               

Jaywalking

The word crossing the street in the wrong place-this is not historically neutral. It is a compound word derived from the word Jay, an inexperienced person and a curse, which originated in the early 1900s, and walk. No historical evidence supports ...

                                               

Jury tampering

Jury tampering is the crime of unduly attempting to influence the composition and / or the jury during trial. In the United States, people have also been in collusion with the jury for handing out brochures and leaflets, indicating that the jury ...

                                               

Laws against Holocaust denial

Holocaust denial systematic genocide killed about six million Jews in Europe by Nazi Germany in the 1930-ies and 1940-ies, is illegal in 16 European countries and Israel. Many countries also have broader laws that criminalize genocide denial. Of ...

                                               

Lese-majeste

Lese majesté, a French term meaning "to do wrong Majesty" is a crime against the dignity of the reigning sovereign or state. This behavior was first classified as a criminal offence against the dignity of the Roman Republic of Ancient Rome. In th ...

                                               

Live streaming crime

Live crimes is a phenomenon in which people live stream of criminal acts. For publication in social media is aimed a versatile range of viewing published materials, it is often impossible to protect the privacy of victims or people involved.

                                               

Loitering

Vagrancy is the act of remaining in a particular public place for a long time, without any apparent purpose. In some jurisdictions, the definition of homelessness can include an indoor litter, and the wearing of masks or disguises in public place ...

                                               

Lotoko

Lotoko, also known by the slang name of "Kings of oil" home-distilled alcoholic drink or "moonshine" in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Lotoko is usually made from corn but sometimes from cassava or plantain. Heads of corn are cut up and bo ...

                                               

Malfeasance in office

Of official position or official misconduct, is the Commission of a wrongful act, done at the official level, which affects the performance of official duties. Malfeasance is often the basis for just cause removal of an elected official in accord ...

                                               

Manslaughter of Flora Prior

Flora was to an Australian woman who was raped and murdered by three men on the banks of the Fitzroy river in Rockhampton, Queensland on 25 February 1947. 18-year-old porter Ernest Joseph Davidson, a 21 year old station hand Roy Joseph Howard and ...

                                               

Misprision of felony

Misprision of felony is an offence at common law of England that no longer is active in many common law countries. Where he was, or active, it is classified as a misdemeanor. It consists of the failure to report knowledge of a felony to the appro ...

                                               

Misprision of treason

Misprision of treason is an offence found in many common law jurisdictions around the world, inherited from English law. It was made by someone who knows about the affair or will be committed, but not to inform the competent authority.

                                               

Moonshine

Moonshine was originally a slang term for high-proof spirits, which, as a rule, were produced illegally, without government permission. Distillation of alcoholic beverages outside was distillery remains illegal in the United States and most count ...

                                               

Mopery

Mopery is a vague, informal name for minor offenses. Word based on the verb to MOPE, which originally meant "to wander aimlessly", he only later acquired the meaning "to be bored and depressed". The word depressed, it seems, was first used in the ...

                                               

Motor vehicle theft

Motor vehicle theft is the criminal act of theft or attempted theft of a motor vehicle. Across the country in the United States in 2012, according to estimates, there were 721.053 motor vehicle thefts, or approximately 229.7 motor vehicles stolen ...

                                               

Moving violation

The traffic violation is any violation of law committed by the driver of the vehicle during its movement. The term "motion" distinguishes it from other violations of vehicles, such as violations of registration, Parking violations, or equipment v ...

                                               

Murder

Murder is the unlawful killing of another person without justification or valid reasons, especially illegal killing of another human being premeditated. This state of mind may, depending on jurisdiction, to distinguish murder from other forms of ...

                                               

Mutiny

Mutiny is a criminal conspiracy between a group of people to openly oppose, change or overthrow a lawful authority to which they are exposed. The term is typically used for a rebellion among the military against his superiors, but he can also occ ...

                                               

Naypyidaw Victoria rape case

The case of Nay Pyi Taw rape "Victoria" refers to the rape of a 2-year-old and 11-month-old girl, named Victoria, is thought to have occurred in the wisdom of kindergarten hill in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, which caused national outrage. The police fi ...

                                               

Obscene phone call

Obscene phone call to the applicants phone call in which a person receives sexual pleasure by using sexual or foul language to someone who may be known or who may be a complete stranger. Making obscene telephone calls for sexual pleasure is known ...

                                               

Obsessive relational intrusion

Obsessive relational intrusion occurs when someone knowingly and repeatedly invades another person the boundaries of private life by using Intrusive tactics to try to approach this man. It includes behaviors such as repetitive calls and SMS, mali ...

                                               

Obstruction of justice

Obstruction of justice, in United States jurisdictions is a crime that consists of the obstruction of prosecutors, investigators, or other state officials. Common law jurisdictions other than the United States, as a rule, use the wider offense of ...

                                               

Obtaining a money transfer by deception

This offence was created by article 15 of the theft Act 1968. Section 15B made a further provision. Both these sections were inserted to section 11 of the Law on the theft of a 1996. Section 15A was repealed on 15 January 2007 sections 141 and 15 ...

                                               

Obtaining pecuniary advantage by deception

Material benefit by deception previously a statutory offence in England and Wales and Northern Ireland. It was replaced by the more General offence of fraud in the fraud in 2006. Crime still exists in some other common law jurisdictions that have ...

                                               

Obtaining property by deception

The crime of obtaining money transfer by deception, in violation of article 15 of the theft Act 1968 was passed to eliminate problems caused by R V Preddy and Slade, R V Dhillon. In this case, held that no section 15 offence was committed when th ...

                                               

Obtaining services by deception

This crime was created by article 3 of the theft of the Northern Ireland order 1978 S. I. 1978 / 1407 N. I. 23). This article was repealed on 15 January 2007 sections 141 and 151 and 3 and paragraph 1di in table 1 and Table 3 data, the Fraud act ...

                                               

Occupational crime

Professional crime is crime committed using the opportunities created in the legal profession. Theft of company property, vandalism, misuse of information and many other activities under the rubric of occupational crime. The concept of occupation ...

                                               

Offensive weapon

In South Australia, "offensive weapon" is defined by the summary offences act 1953 as "rifle, pistol, gun, knife, sword, club, bludgeon, baton, or other offensive or lethal weapon or instrument but does not include a prohibited weapon".

                                               

Operation Red Card

Operation red card is the name given to two months in Asia-the anti-piracy operation that was conducted by the motion picture Association which resulted in the seized 6.7 million pirated discs in 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The opera ...

                                               

Paternity fraud in Nigeria

Paternity fraud in Nigeria is the assumption that the father of Nigerian is legal and biological father of the child. This usually happens when a woman deliberately does not recognize humans as a biological and legal father of her child. This fra ...

                                               

Perfect crime

The perfect crime is a colloquial term used in law and fiction literature to characterize crimes that are undetected, uncertain, to identify the perpetrator, or otherwise unsolved or unsolvable, as a kind of technical achievement on the part of t ...

                                               

Perjury

Perjury is intentionally swearing a false oath or false affirmation to tell the truth, whether orally or in writing on matters material to an official proceeding. In some jurisdictions, contrary to popular belief, is not a crime has occurred when ...

                                               

Personation of a juror

Show the jury is a common law crime in England and Wales, where a person impersonates a jury in a civil or criminal process. As a common law offence it is punishable by unlimited imprisonment and / or unlimited fine. Show juror also constitutes a ...

                                               

Perverting the course of justice

Perverting the course of justice is a crime when a person prevents justice can be served on himself or on another party. In England and Wales it is a common crime that carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment. Statutory versions of the offe ...

                                               

Phone cloning

Analog mobile phones were famous for their lack of security. Casual listeners will easily hear the conversations as a normal narrowband FM wiretapping with specialized equipment readily intercepted telephone electronic serial number ESN and mobil ...

                                               

Pickpocketing

Pickpocketing is a form of theft which involves the stealing of money or other valuables from persons, or victims pocket not noticing the theft at the time. It can be connected with considerable dexterity and a knack for misleading. A thief that ...

                                               

Police impersonation

Police impersonation is an act of falsely portraying himself as a police officer with intent to deceive. In the majority of countries the practice is illegal and entails a penalty of deprivation of liberty. Impersonating a police officer is somet ...

                                               

Possession of stolen goods

Possession of stolen property is a crime in which a person bought, received or acquired stolen goods. In many countries, if a person took possession of the goods or property and knew they were stolen, then the individual is usually charged with a ...

                                               

Prank call

Prank call to a phone call intended geeky as to play the person answering. Often this type of false alarm. Record prank phone calls have become one of the main strange and funny tapes traded amongst musicians, sound engineers, and media traders i ...

                                               

Mobbing (Scots law)

According to the law of Scotland, mobbing, also known as mobbing and rioting, is the formation of a mob engaged in disorderly and criminal behaviour. A crime occurs when a group combines to the alarm of the public" for an illegal purpose, or in o ...

                                               

Preventing the lawful burial of a body

Preventing the lawful and decent burial of a dead body is an offence at common law of the UK. The offence is rarely charged. As an ordinary crime, it is trialable only on indictment and punishable by a maximum penalty of life imprisonment, an unl ...

                                               

Public intoxication

Public intoxication, also known as "drunk and disorderly" and drunk in public is an offence in some countries to public Affairs and manifestations of alcoholism. The laws for public intoxication vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but usually ...

                                               

Public nuisance

In English criminal law, violation of public order is a common law offence in which the injury, loss or damage caused to society as a whole and not a specific person.

                                               

Racket (crime)

The racket in accordance with the General and most common definition is an organized criminal act in which the criminal act is a form of business, or a way to earn illegal money or regular basis, or briefly, but repeatedly. Therefore, the racket ...

                                               

Crimes involving radioactive substances

This is the list of criminal acts intentionally involving radioactive substances. Inclusion in this list does not necessarily mean that the involved was guilty of a crime. For accidents or crimes that involved radioactive substances unbeknownst t ...

                                               

Reckless burning

Reckless burning is a crime that involves the unlawful setting fire to something not of building proportions, such as leaves or debris. Its the least arson. It is usually made and levied in areas of high fire risk to prevent people from start fir ...

                                               

Refusal to serve in a public office

Refusal in the public service is an offence at common law of England and Wales. Crime is now considered obsolete, and may extend only in the appointment of high sheriffs. As an ordinary crime, he is tried and a conviction can be punished by an un ...

                                               

Refusing to assist a constable

Refusing to help the constable is an offence at common law of England and Wales. The offence is committed if the person refuses, without legal basis, without the aid of a constable who sees a breach of the peace, or who committed an assault or ob ...

                                               

Removing article from place open to the public

This offence, created by section 111 of the Theft act 1968. Sections 111 to 3 of this act read: 1 in accordance with subsections 2 and 3 below, where the public has access to the building in order to look at the building, or portion thereof, or c ...

                                               

Ritualcide

Ritualcide is the systematic destruction or modification of traditional ritual practices and their combination in five domains of ritual akin to most cultures. The rituals prescribed form, source, and sequence, which include sacred objects, place ...

                                               

Robbery

Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take anything of value by force, threat of force or placing the victim in fear. Under common law, robbery is defined as taking the property of another, with intent to permanently deprive a person of ...

                                               

Sabotage

Sabotage is a deliberate action aimed at weakening a policy, effort, or organization through Subversion, obstruction, damage or destruction. One who engages in sabotage is a saboteur. Saboteurs typically try to conceal their identities because of ...

                                               

Section 5 of the Public Order Act 1986

Harassment, alarm or distress is an element of crime in England and Wales, arising from the expressions used in sections 4A and 5 public order Act 1986, which created the Crime. The law was changed in 1994.

                                               

Sedition

Sedition is overt conduct, such as speech and organization, that leads to rebellion against the established order. Sedition often includes Subversion of a Constitution and incitement of discontent or resistance against the government. Sedition ma ...

                                               

Shoplifting

Theft-theft of goods from the outdoor retailer, usually by concealing the merchandise in the store on their person, in pockets, under clothing or in the bag and leaving the store without paying. Clothing, thieves can put items from the store and ...

                                               

Solicitation

Treatment offer, or attempt to purchase goods or services. Legal status may be specific to time and place where it occurs. The crime of "incitement to commit a crime" occurs when a person urges, "solicits, requests, commands, climbing or otherwis ...

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