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a list of crimes
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arson, bribery, counterfeiting, hacking, kidnapping, identity theft, mugging, shoplifting, stalking, vandalism

A person is an accessory when they solicit, requests, commands, pursues or intentionally aids another person to engage in conduct that constitutes an offense.

Arson is when a person intentionally burns a structure, building, land or property.

Bribery is the act of offering or receiving compensation for the purpose of influencing any person who is responsible for performing a public or legal duty.

A burglary occurs when someone illegally enters almost any kind of structure for the purpose of committing an illegal action.

Child abuse
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Child abuse is any act or failure to act that results in the harm, potential for harm or the threat of harm to a child.

Domestic violence
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Domestic violence is when one member of a household inflicts bodily harm upon another member of the same household.

Drug Cultivation or Manufacturing
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Illegally cultivating, producing or possessing plants, chemicals or equipment used for the purpose of producing drugs.

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Embezzlement is when a responsible party misappropriates the money or property that is entrusted to them.

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Unwanted behavior that is intended to annoy, disturb, alarm, torment, upset or terrorize an individual or group.

Usually classified as first-degree or second-degree, the crime of murder is the willful taking of another person's life.

Perjury occurs when a person gives false information when under oath.

Rape occurs when someone forces sexual contact with another person without their consent.

Robbery involves the act of stealing from another person by the use of physical force or by putting the victim in fear of death or injury.

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Stealing merchandise from a retail store or business.

The crime of stalking occurs when a person, over time, follows, harasses or watches another person.

Tax evasion
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Tax evasion involves taking deliberate actions to conceal or misrepresent a person's or business' income, profits or financial gains or to inflate or falsify tax deductions.

Theft is a general term that can describe various forms of larceny, including burglary, looting, shoplifting, embezzlement, fraud and criminal conversion.

The crime of vandalism occurs when a person intentionally damages property that does not belong to them.

Statutory rape
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Statutory rape occurs with an adult has sex with a minor who is under the age of consent. The age of consent varies by state.

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The crime of kidnapping is committed when a person is illegally confined or moved from one place to another against their will

an act of robbery with violence, esp in the street

two crimes that involve damage to property
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arson; vandalism

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