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Criminal Law Ch. 1-4

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set of rules or regulations by which a particular set of people or society regulates the conduct of people within it. Law
act or omission prohibited by law that may be prosecuted by the state crime
injury to the person or property of another tort
conduct, acts, and omissions that has been designated crimes in the written law substantive criminal law
an attempt to regulate the behavior and decisions made by criminal justice practitioners in processing offenders and regulating crime procedural criminal law
less serious offense for which a person may be put in jail for up to one year misdemeanor
serious offense for which a person may be put in prison or one year or more felony
taking and carrying or personal property with the intent to permanently deprive the owner there of larceny
an attempt to get another person to commit a crime solicitation
combination of two or more persons to accomplish some criminal or unlawful purpose conspiracy
Created by: lonsjosephk