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What are patterns of crime?

Often involves the use of police statistics to determine where crime is committed, who committed it, who is victimized, and what are the major dimensions of the criminal act. (MORE)
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What is cognizable crime?

"Cognizable" means capable of being known or considered. It means capable of being judicially tried or examined before a designated tribunal. A cognizable claim or controver (MORE)
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What is crime?

A crime is an action that one takes that breaches or violates the  law in some way. It can be from running a stop sign to robbing a  bank. In short, a crime is an illegal ac (MORE)

What is a Preliminary Crime?

There is no such chargeable criminal offense, rather it is a description of certain actions which MAY take place PRIOR to an actual offense being attempted or consumated. Even (MORE)
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What crimes did the Mafia do?

Bootlegging was very popular, as well as killing witnesses that might testify to a crime.
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What are the crimes cole did in touching spirit bear chapter 1 to 6?

Well firstly Cole Matthews, Gets beat by his dad and his mom sits and does nothing about it. Cole will have to stay on this island in Alaska for a year because he beat up this (MORE)
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What is natural crime and legal crime?

  Answer   Natural crime is one that is mala in se, or wrong in itself. This means that it is known as being wrong reguardless of the circumstances. Legal crime is ma (MORE)

What was Sisyphus's crime?

Sisyphus was one of the sons of King Aeolus of Thessaly. He and his brother Salmoneus hated one another, and Sisyphus tried endlessly to kill his brother. He established a kin (MORE)
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What crimes did the suffragettes do?

lots: Setting fire to postboxes and derby stands; protests;  smashing windows; chaining themselves to the Buckingham Palace  Gates amongst other individuals doing things lik (MORE)