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argylls law 4 akja

Crime punishable offence against society
felony crime punishable by confinement for more than a year
misdemeanor punishable by a $1000 fine
white collar crimes offence committed in the business world
probable cause reasonable ground for belief
defense legal position taken by accused to defend themselves
procedural defenses way evidence is acquired
substantive defenses disprove,justify,or excuse a alleged crime
self defense to defend your self
to be free from prosecution immunity
contempt of court action that hinders the administration of justice
punishment imposed by the court
an accused person my plea guilty to a less serious crime in exchange for having a more serious charge dropped plea bargain
indictment enough evidence to prove someone has commited a crime
Bail how much it costs to get out of jail
verdict decisions of the jury
offering an offical anything of value to influence a decision bribery
Arson willful burning or exploding of a building
agreement between two or more people to commit a crime conspiracy
extortion blackmailing someone
Created by: akjalcantar