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The body of law defining offenses agains the community at large, regulating how suspects are investigated, charged, and tried, and establishing punishments for convicted offenders (Garner, 2004).
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Use for:

  • Crimes and misdemeanors
  • Criminals—Legal status, laws, etc.           
  • Law, Criminal    
  • Penal codes       
  • Penal law          

Norrower term:

  • Accomplices
  •  Adoption—Corrupt practices
  •  Aggravating circumstances
  •  Breach of the peace
  •  Bribery
  •  Burglary
  •  Capital punishment
  •  Causation (Criminal law)
  •  Compound offenses
  •  Concealment (Criminal law)
  •  Confidential communications
  •  Conspiracy
  •  Contraventions (Criminal law)
  •  Corpus delicti
  •  Correctional law
  •  Counterfeits and counterfeiting
  •  Crime laboratories—Law and legislation
  •  Crimes against peace
  •  Crimes without victims
  •  Criminal act
  •  Criminal jurisdiction
  •  Criminal syndicalism
  •  Decriminalization
  •  Denunciation (Criminal law)
  •  Depopulation (Criminal law)
  •  Disorderly conduct
  •  Drunkenness (Criminal law)
  •  Duress (Law)
  •  Embezzlement
  •  Entrapment (Criminal law)
  •  Escape (Law)
  •  Ex post facto laws
  •  Executions and executioners
  •  Executions in effigy
  •  Extenuating circumstances
  •  False testimony
  •  Flagrans crimen
  •  Forgery
  •  Guilt (Law)
  •  Hamsocn
  •  Holocaust denial—Law and legislation
  •  Illegality
  •  Inchoate offenses
  •  Infamy (Law)
  •  Infanticide
  •  International crimes
  •  International criminal law
  •  Justification (Law)
  •  Libel and slander
  •  Limitation of actions (Criminal law)
  •  Maintenance and champerty
  •  Malicious accusation
  •  Military offenses
  •  Misprision
  •  Mistake (Criminal law)
  •  Mugging
  •  Obscenity (Law)
  •  Offenses against foreign heads of state
  •  Offenses against property
  •  Offenses against public safety
  •  Offenses against religion
  •  Offenses against socialist property
  •  Offenses against the environment
  •  Offenses against the person
  •  Official secrets
  •  Omission, Criminal
  •  Perjury
  •  Poisoning
  •  Political crimes and offenses
  •  Preparation (Criminal law)
  •  Prevarication (Law)
  •  Principals (Criminal law)
  •  Prisons—Law and legislation
  •  Provocation (Criminal law)
  •  Proximate cause (Law)
  •  Racketeering
  •  Resisting an officer
  •  iots
  •  Sanctions, Administrative
  •  Sedition
  •  Self-defense (Law)
  •  Simulation of crimes
  •  Smuggling
  •  Sovereignty, Violation of
  •  Superior orders (Criminal law)
  •  Tax evasion
  •  Treason
  •  Unauthorized use
  •  Unlawful entry

Broader term:

  • Pleas of the Crown
  • Public law

Related term:

  •  Crime
  • Criminal justice, Administration of
  •  Criminal procedure

 

 

     

     

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    The body of law defining offenses agains the community at large, regulating how suspects are investigated, charged, and tried, and establishing punishments for convicted offenders (Garner, 2004).

     

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