The killing of one human being by another.
Most serious form of homicide, done with malice.
Having the intent to kill or seriously harm another person or acting in an extremely reckless manner which shows lack of regard for human life.
Usually defined as killing that is premeditated, deliberate, and done with malice.
Any killing that takes place during the commission of certain felonies, such as arson, rape, robbery, or burglary.
Killing that is done with malice, but without premeditation or deliberation.
Killing that would otherwise be murder, but occurs after the victim has done something to the killer that would cause a reasonable person to lose self-control.
Killing in which there is no intent to kill at all.
Causing death through criminal negligence.
Failure to exercise a reasonable or ordinary amount of care in a situation.
The most common form of negligent homicide.
The deliberate taking of one's own life, used to be illegal.
Any attempt or threat to carry out a physical attack upon another person.
Any unlawful physical contact inflicted by one person upon another person without consent.
Occurs when a person repeatedly follows or harasses another person and makes threats, causing the victim to fear death or bodily injury.
Specific kind of assault that can include rape, or attempted rape.
Sexual intercourse without consent.
Intercourse between an adult and a minor.
Sexual assault by someone known to the victim- a date, steady boyfriend, neighbor or friend.
The willful and malicious burning of another person's property.
Willful destruction of, or damage to, the property of another.
Taking and carrying away of the property of another with intent to steal it.
Taking items from a store without paying or intent to pay for them.
Also a crime and is described as attempted shoplifting.
Taking of property by someone whom it was entrusted.
Taking of property from a person's immediate possession by force or intimidation.