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intentional burning of another's building or property or of one's own building or property for a malicious or illegal purpose
any deliberate attempt or threat to inflict bodily injury upon another person and with apparent ability to do so
anyone who has committed a criminal offense (a crime against the state) or who has been proven guilty of such an offense
a division of trial court (federal and state) serving specific geographic area, with only one judge usually required to hear and decide case
an intentional action or lack of action causing the merciful death of someone suffering from a terminal illness or incurable condition
a crime more serious than a misdemeanor and punishable by imprisonment for more than one year or death
a written accusation charging a party with committing a crime which is drawn up by the prosecuting attorney and issued by a grand jury
stealing or removing someone's personal property to convert it illegally or deprive the owner of it's possession. Larceny is a felony.
an offense less serious than a felony and which may be punished by a fine or sentence to a local prison for less than one year
the forcible stealing of the personal property of another either from his or her person or in the immediate presence of the victim
responsibility of a seller or manufacturer for any defective product unduly threatening personal safety
a private wrong or injury;other than breach of contract, for which the court will provide a remedy
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