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Examples of crimes against the elderly?
- Crimes against the elderly are increasing at a high pace. Some crimes are: trying to harass or knowingly take advantage of an elderly person to change their Will into another's name; stealing from them which includes money; jewelry, etc.; verbal or physical abuse; refusing to keep their hygiene up; denying proper medical care; leaving them for long periods of time when they are incapable of looking after themselves or denying them any visitors. It is not necessarily the caregiver that is at fault, but there are many scam artists that prey on the elderly especially if they own their own homes. Example: talking the elderly person into buying a 20 year warrantied roof on their home. Scamming money out of the elderly by 'fast talking' to confuse the elderly to donate money which is a setup scam and not an authorized charity.
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Some crimes against the state is treason, sedition and rebellion
Answer . Yes! this would be considered kidnapping...if you are holding someone against their will, let them go. if someone is hold you against your will, get a spoon and d…ig yourself out. . Answer Jail Time . Yes, it's called kidnapping .
exampla ofcrimes against national security and the law of nation
it is treason.this is a different viewer- thanks for the help i need this answer for homework
A pardon for crimes against the government is known as amnesty.
Crimes are is conduct that is so generally unaccepted that is considered offensive to the population as a whole. Hence the cases are called: People v. Defendant. For an …explanation of what how crime is defined please see the related link below>
Punishing people for being unable to pay bills due to poverty.
Crimes against humanity were lived out in World War 2. Genocide, murder, torture, starvation, exposure to disease on purpose, intentional bombing or shooting that has no milit…ary purpose or authorization (also considered a war crime) and mass arson of people and their homes or in buildings (like what the Germans did to people in a church building). I have probably missed some types of crimes but it is pretty gruesome what some people have done to others. What the Nazis and Japanese did during the war was inexcusable and atrocious.
Knife crime, murder, paedophilism, burglary, terrorism etc.
If a crime is made to inflict physical or psychological harm to a person then it's called a crime against an individual, although an individual is a part of a society. For exa…mple: murder, rape, child abuse, harassment, hazing, robbery, kidnapping, etc. If a crime is made to inflict physical or psychological harm in such a way that more persons suffer at the same time and the society is effected as a whole then its called a crime against the society. For example: corruption, arms smuggling, trafficking of drugs, street crimes, hate crimes, etc. Those crimes have distressing effects on the society az a whole.
the Nazis murdering 6,000,000 Jews during ww 2 and the terroist attacks on the trade center and pentagon . even though the passengers bravely made the plane crash in Pennsylva…nia the hi-jackers are still responsible for their lives being lost. the white mans treatment of the native Americans is another example of crimes against humanity as were the slave owners
Larceny - auto theft - embezzlement - etc. The list could go on endlessly. Crimes against property are exactly THAT, crimes against PROPERTY. This is different from Crimes A…gainst Persons. Crimes against persons are ones in which individual(s) are victims and are put in PERSONAL PERIL. Such crimes could include, Robbery - rape - assault - domestic violence - etc.- etc.
why crime against women increasing
In Criminal Law
It is generally used to describe a serious offense (e.g.: such as treason) committed against a national government. However in its 'looser' meaning it can be used to describ…e ANY offense against the statutes, or any law, passed by a state legislature or the national government. When you commit a serious offense against an individual - although they are the "victim," "complainant," or "complaining witness" - you have actually committed a crime against the laws of the state and it is "the state" (in the person of the prosecutor) who will prosecute the charge against you.
Your wife or husbsnd cheating on you