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A Crime appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Emir, casinos rate you 'droopy poor duo’, yet arson is a crime.
  • "Emir, can I risk cartilage Lara passes?" said Ed, "I assess a paralegal I track, Sir, in a crime."
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  1. "A Crime" is a 2006 thriller film directed by Manuel Pradal, written by Pradal and Tonino Benacquista, and starring Emmanuelle Béart.
  2. "A Crime" is a film, written by Alain Delon.

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Google previewThe Pennsylvania Paralegal (2009)

by William P. Statsky, John D. DeLeo

A crime is a felony of the second degree ifa person convicted thereof may be sentenced to a term of imprisonment, the maximum of which is not more than ten years. A crime is a felony of the third degree if a person convicted thereof may be ...

Google previewNotes on Elementary Law (1875)

by William Callyhan Robinson

The following are illustrations: “A crime is an act committed or omitted in violation of a public law, either forbidding or...

A crime is a wrong “ which the government notices as injurious to the public, and punishes in what is called a criminal ...

Google previewPsychology and Crime (2013)

An Introduction to Criminological Psychology by Clive R. Hollin

'A crime is an act that is capable ofbeing followed by criminal proceedings, having one of the types of outcome ( punishment, etc.) known to follow these proceedings'. There are three essential points ...

Google previewBusiness Law: Principles for Today's Commercial Environment (2016)

by David P. Twomey, Marianne M. Jennings, Stephanie M Greene

A crime is a wrong of such a serious nature that the appropriate level of government steps in to prosecute and punish...

Google previewNatural Rights: A New Theory (2003)

A New Theory by Richard D. Fuerle

Under conventional law, a crime is an act against the state and the state is the victim. A member of the state (a prosecutor) prosecutes and, if there is a fine, it goes to the state, not to the actual victim. This is close to insanity. The state is an ...

Google previewEssential Criminal Law (2013)

by Matthew Lippman

A crime is an offense against society as well as the victim and the victim should not impede the public interest in prosecuting criminal behavior. Reporting crime. Individuals should be encouraged to report crimes to criminal justice officials who ...

Google previewUnderstanding restorative justice (2014)

How empathy can close the gap created by crime by Wallis, Pete

committing a crime is a self-centred occupation, ...

Google previewIntroduction to Criminal Justice (2011)

by Lawrence F. Travis III

A crime is a public wrong. Crime cases comprise the criminal justice component of U.S. courts. Thus, crime is a part-time function for our courts. Table 7.1 describes the workload of America's courts. The basic purpose of the courts is to resolve ...

Google previewForensic Science: A Very Short Introduction (2010)

by Jim Fraser

A crime is a breach of the criminal law that requires two elements: a mental element (mens rea — a guilty mind) and a physical element (actus reus — the guilty act). It is not possible to directly establish mens rea using physical science — this ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Crime Films (2012)

by Geoff Mayer

would not normally be considered a crime film. The film is set in Nanking in 1942, and the plot involves the interrogation and torture of five Chinese nationals by the Japanese ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Police Science (2007)

by Jack R. Greene

indicate that there are five primary considerations for conducting a crime scene search: (1) boundary determination, (2) choice of search pattern, (3) instruction of personnel, (4) coordination of ...

Google previewWebster's New World Law Dictionary (2010)

by Jonathan Wallace, Susan Ellis Wild

A crime that is defined by a person's condition or character rather than by any wrongful act that they have done. For example, the “crime” of being an alcoholic as opposed to being intoxicated in public or drinking alcohol while driving a vehicle.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica or a Dictionary of Arts and Sciences [...] (1771)

The essence os a crime is, that there b: an intention in the actor to commit it ; for an action in which the will of the agent has no part, is not a proper object either of rewards or punishments : Hence arises the rule, crimtn dolo contrahitnr. Simple ...

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Behind every great fortune there is a crime. (Balzac)
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