- oral defamation, in which someone tells one or more persons an untruthabout another, which untruth will harm the reputation of the person defamed.
the criminal act of disabling, disfiguring or cutting off or making useless oneof the members (leg, arm, hand, foot, eye) of another either intentionally or in a fight,called maiming.
1) the direct taking of property (including money) from a person (victim)through force, threat or intimidation.
the crime of breaking and entering into a structure for the purpose of committing a crime.
Breaking and Entering -
1) the criminal act of entering a residence or other enclosedproperty through the slightest amount of force (even pushing open a door), withoutauthorization.
the crime of taking the goods of another person without permission (usuallysecretly), with the intent of keeping them.
Receiving Stolen Property -
the crime of possession of goods which one knows or which any reasonable person would realize were stolen. It is generally a felony.Innocent possession is not a crime, but the goods are generally returned to the legalowner.
the crime of stealing the funds or property of an employer, companyor government or misappropriating money or assets held in trust.
1) the crime of creating a false document, altering a document, or writing afalse signature for the illegal benefit of the person making the forgery.
obtaining money or property by threat to a victim's property or loved ones,intimidation, or false claim of a right (such as pretending to be an IRS agent).
With bad, and unlawful motives27.
the felony crime of intentionally burning a house or other building.
moving about without a means to support oneself, without a permanenthome, and relying on begging.
the entire process of petitioning for and getting a court order directinga person or entity (garnishee) to hold funds they owe to someone who allegedly is indebt to another person, often after a judgment has been rendered.