Some articles on crimes, crime:
... and their definitions and punishments are listed, for example Crimes against the democratic rule of law Crimes against public order Crimes against the person of a sexual nature Crimes against life ...
... German war crimes Japanese war crimes British war crimes United States war crimes Soviet war crimes Allied war crimes during World War II Holocaust Concentration camps Wehrmachtsausstellung ...
... Buckland, who revealed knowledge of Ashworth's body, and admitted the crime under questioning, but denied the first murder ...
... Outlaws rewarding or approving of crimes "publicly, in a meeting or through dissemination of writings, and in a manner that is capable of disturbing the public peace" ... This only applies to crimes where failure to report is an offense (§ 138), among them preparation of a war of aggression (§ 80), murder, robbery, treason, and counterfeiting money ...
... Examples of such new crimes are money laundering or computer sabotage ... law, such as definitions of new types of crime and law enforcement action ... public prosecutors were empowered to prosecute crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide internationally under the Völkerstrafgesetzbuch ("Code of Crimes against international Law") ...
Famous quotes containing the word crimes:
“Poor human nature, what horrible crimes have been committed in thy name!”
—Emma Goldman (18691940)
“Of all crimes the worst
Is to steal the glory
From the great and brave,
Even more accursed
Than to rob the grave.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Crimes increase as education, opportunity, and property decrease. Whatever spreads ignorance, poverty and, discontent causes crime.... Criminals have their own responsibility, their own share of guilt, but they are merely the hand.... Whoever interferes with equal rights and equal opportunities is in some ... real degree, responsible for the crimes committed in the community.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)