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Forcible Rape
the act of unlawful sexual intercourse man vs. woman or woman vs. man
1st Degree Murder
Planned in advanced and done with Malice or during the commission of a dangerous felony.
Negligent Homicide
causing death through negligent behavior.
Felony Murder
The killing of someone during the commission of certain other dangerous felonies regardless of intent to kill.
Statutory Rape
the act of unlawful sexual intercourse with someone under the age of consent, even if that person is a willing and voluntary participant in the sexual act.
Malice
Ill will; deliberate intent to harm someone.
Voluntary Manslaughter
intentional but not premeditated
2nd Degree Murder
Doesn't require Malice or premeditation but is the result of a desire to inflict bodily harm.
Date Rape
sexual assualt by someone known to the victim, such as a date or neighbor.
Homicide
The killing of another person.
Non Criminal Homicide
a killing that is justifiable or excusable and for which the killer is deemed faultless.
Stalking
the act of following or harassing another person, causing him or her to fear death or injury.
Involuntary Manslaughter
unintentional but done during an unlawful act of a lesser nature.
Assualt
an international threat, show of force, or movement that cause a reasonable fear of, or an actual physical contact with another person.
Battery
any intentional, unlawful physical contact inflicted on one person by another without consent.
Negligence
the failure to exercise a reasonable amount of care in either doing or not doing something, resulting in harm or injury.
Suicide
the deliberate taking of ones own life.