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Malice
Having the intent to kill or seriuosly harm or acting in an extremely reckless manner which shows a lack of regard for human life.
Forcible Rape
The act of unlawful sexual intercourse committed by a man with a woman by force and without her consent.
1st Degree Murder
Killing that is premeditated (thought about beforehand), deliberated, and done with malice.
Date Rape (Acquaintance Rape)
A sexual assualt by someone known to the victim-a date, steady boyfriend, neighbor, or friend
Homicide
The killing of one human being by other
Stalking
Occurs when a person repeatedly follows orharasses another person and makes threats, causing the victim to fear death or bodily injury.
Involuntary Manslaughter
Unintentional killing resulting from conduct so reckless that it cause extreme danger of death or bodily injury.
Statutory Rape
Sexual intercourse by a male with a female who has not yet reached the legal age of consent.
Negligence
The failure to exercise a reasonable or ordinary amount of care in a situation that causes harm to someone.
Negligence Homicide
Causing the death through criminal negligence.
Non Criminal Homicide
Killing that si justifiable or excusble and for which the killer is deemed faultless.
Felony Murder
Killing that takes place during the commission of certain felories, such as arson, rape, robbery, or burglary.
Suicide
The deliberate taking of one's own life, was once considered a crime.
2nd-Degree Murder
Killing that is done with malice, but without premeditated or deliberation.
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 person to lose self-control or act rashly.
Assault
Any attempt or threat to carry out a physical attack upon another person.
Battery
Any unlawful physical contact inflicted by one person upon another without consent.