failure to act
a local law passes by the law-making body of a city
easily perceptible, plain, obvious, readily visible
an act of grace, proceeding from the power entrusted with the execution with the execution of the laws, which exempts the individual on whom it is bestowed from the punishment the law inflicts for the crime he has committed
the release of a prisoner who has served part of a prison sentence on certain conditions, one of which is that for a stated period he lead an orderly life.
a person elected, employed, or appointed as a peace officer under Article 2.12
monetary, relating to money
a place designated by law for confinement of persons arrested for, charged with, or convinced of an offense
a punishment imposed by statute as aconsequence of the commission of an offense. It may consist of deprivation of property or some right, such as the enjoyment of liberty.
an abbreviation of the Latin 'per centum' meaning by the hundred, or so many parts in the hundred, or so many hundredths.
by the day, an allowance or amount of so much per day
by himself or itself; taken alone; inherently
an individual, corporation, or association
a negotiation between the defense and prosecution (and sometimes the judge) that settles a criminal case.
plea of guilty
a confession of guilt in open court
Peace Officer ( or Police Officer)
Possession of Controlled Substance
The power of the State under which the Legislature may enact laws regulating and restraining private rights and occupations for the general welfare and security
the place where electors cast their votes; a voting place.
Possession of Marihuana
actual care, custody, control, or management
an adjudged case or decision of a court of justice, considered as furnishing an example or authority for an identical or similar case afterwards arising or a similar question of law
Greater weight of evidence, or evidence which is more credible and convincing to the mind
Of fact. a term used to describe a logical inference which the trier of facts is authorized, but not required, to draw the evidence in the case
Presumption of Innocence
one of the most sacred principles in the American criminal justice system, holding that a defendant is innocent until proven guilty.
a forejudgement; a bias; preconceived opinion
a chief actor or perpetrator, or an aider and abettor actually or constructively present at the commision of the crime, as distinguished from a 'accessory'
a fundamental truth or doctrine, as of law; a comprehensive rule or doctrine which furnishes a basis or origin for others; a settled rule of action, procedure, or legal determination
these are certain classes of communications, passing between persons who stand in a confidential or fiduciary relation to each other, which the law will not permit to be divulged, or allow them to be inquired into in a court of justice, for the sake of public policy and the good order of society.