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Arson
The willful and malicious burning of another persons property.
Homicide
The killing of another person.Homicide can be criminal,noncriminal,or negligent.
forcible rape
Is the act of unlawful sexual intercourse commited by a man with a women by force.
2nd degree murder
The killing that is done with malice but without premedation or deliberation.
statutory rape
Sexual intercourse by a male with a female who has not yet reached the legal age.
Larceny
The unlawful taking and carrying away of the property of another with intent to steal it.
Date Rape
Someone known to the victim steady boyfriend,neibor,or a friend.
Negligence
the failure to exercise a reasonable or ordinary amount of care in a situation tha causes harm to someone.
Stalking
Occurs when a person repeatly follows or harasses another person and makes threats causing the victim to fear death or bodily injury.
Computer Crime
Crimes commited through computers.
Vandalism
also known as malicious mischeif is willing destructful of or damage to the property of another.
Negligent Homicide
Causing of death through criminal megligence.
suicide
The deliberate taking of ones own life.
Extortion
Popularly called blackmail, is the use of threats to obtain the property of another.
Carjacking
Occurs if a person uses force or intimidation to steal a car from a driver.
Burglary
defined as breaking and entering the dwelling of another during the night with intent to commit a felony therein.
Battery
Is any unlawful physical contact inflicted by one person upon another withput consent.
uttering
Is the offering to someone as genuine a document known to be fake.
Hackers
Illegal access to government or corporate computers system.
malice
ill will,deliberate intent to harm someone.
Assult
Is any attempt or threat to carry out a physical attack upon another person.
voluntary manslaughter
killing that would otherwise be murder but that occurs after the victim has done something to the killer that would cause a reasonable personto lose self controlor act rashly.
Unauthorized use of a vehicle
Is commited if the person only intends to take the vehicle temporaily.
felony murder
The killing of someone during the commision of certain other dangerous felonies,regardless of intent to kill.
noncriminal Homicide
Is a killing that is justifable or excusable and for which the killer is deemed faultless.
Robbery
Taking of property from a persons immediate possesion by force or intimidation.
Receiving stolen property
Knowledge that the property is stolen may be implied by the circumstances.
Forgery
Crime in which a person falseely makes or alters a writing or document with intent to defraud.
Concealment
Crime of attempting shoplifting
Shoplifting
Form of larceny, crime of taking items from a store without paying or intending to pay.
1st Degree murder
murder
involuntary manslaughter
an unintentional killing resulting from conduct so reckless that it causes extreme danger of death or bodily injury.
Embezzlement
Useful taking of property by someone to whom it was entrusted.