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voluntary manslaughter
a killing that occurs after the victim has done something to the criminal
burglary
the unauthorized entry into a building with the intent to commit a crime
statutory rape
under age sex
forgery
when a person makes a false document
stalking
when a person repaetally follows or harassess another person
uttering
offering a fake check
forcible rape
unlawful sex commited with force and without the victims consent
shoplifting
takin items from a store without paying
Felony murder
a killing that takes place at the same time as another felony is being commited. exp: arson ends up killing someone.
embezzelment
unlawful taking of property by someone who is trusted with it.
Homicide
killing of a person by another person
extortion
blackmail
2nd degree murder
a non-thought out killing
larceny
the unlawful carrying away of another person's property with the intent to steal it
Malice
Having intent to kill in an extreme manner in which the criminal has no regard for human life.
Robbery
unlawful taking of a person's property whil tehy still have it in their possesion
negligent homicide
causing death by acting careless
concealment
attempted shoplifting
1st degree murder
a thought out killing
computer crime
a violation of any crime that involves the use of a computer
date rape
a sexual assault by a date, neighbor,or friend
Hacker
people who get illegal acess to government or corporate computer systems
Arson
the willful burning of another person's property
battery
physical conduct on aperson without consent.
vandalism
the willful destruction to a person's property
carjacking
if a criminal uses force to steal a car from the driver
involuntary manslaughter
unintensional killing
suicide
taking of your own life
non criminal homicide
a killing that is justifiable exp. killing a soldier at time of war.
negligance
not showing any care in a situation that causes harm
recieving stolen property
recieving or buying property that is known to be stolen
Unauthorized use of a vehichle
if a person takes a car temporarily
assault
an attempt tocarry out an attack on another person