Criminal acts refer to actions leading to violation of laws, which is punishable by the government (USLEGAL, 2019). Misdemeanors are offenses of less aggravated than felonies, and therefore they are punishable by imprisonment and fine. A felony, on the other hand, is a crime of grave (Flight & Pardew, 2018). Felonies are punishable by death or imprisonment of more than one year.
Criminal acts include Robbery, which refers to a theft involving physical harm of a victim or inflicting fear and threat of bodily injury. Murder is defined as an act of killing with intention. Attempted murder can only be proven if the defendant had the intention to commit a crime or the defendant’s action did not result in a crime or the defendant unconcealed from committing the crime.
Euthanasia, which is also known as mercy killing, is a criminal act of putting a person with an incurable disease into a painless death. A manslaughter is an act of killing a person without cruelty. A conspiracy is an act of two people coming together to commit a criminal act. Larceny, which is also stealing, can only be proven if, without reason, the perpetrator took and carried away the assets; the culprit did not own the goods: the offender took the assets intending to hold it permanently. Abuse is the mental or physical harm of a person. Sexual assault is an act of sexual contact or behavior without the consent of the recipient.
Flight, M., & Pardew M. Wendy (2018). Law, Liability, & Ethics for Medical Office Professionals Sixth Edition: Chapter 4 Criminal Acts and Intentional Torts
USLEGAL (2019). Criminal Act Law and Legal Definition. Retrieved from https://definitions.uslegal.com/c/criminal-act/
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