What did Lombroso call a person predisposed to crime?
An accessory to the crime Read More
A person who commits a crime is known as a criminal. Read More
Investigator /detective Read More
They are called the Coroner. Read More
A person who saw something (usually a crime) is a witness. Read More
What do you call this person that knows a crime was committed and is not with the person that committed it?
an accessory after the fact may be what you are looking for Read More
csi...crime scene investigator Read More
"Investigator" would be pretty universal. Read More
What do you call a person who participates in committing a crime but is not the main person involved is called?
Accessory . Read More
greedy, unethical, with out shame or morals Read More
What do you call it when a person helps or encorages another person in committing a crime or illegal action?
When someone encourages or helps another person to commit an illegal act or crime, it is called "aiding and abetting." And, yes, you can be prosecuted for it. Read More
A person cannot be illegal. If someone is committing a crime against you, call the police. Read More
It is called embezzlement. Read More
If they were not in a competition, they should call the police. They have committed the crime of battery, which is illegal. Read More
That person is an accessory or an accomplice. Read More
One term used to call someone who assists in a crime is a partner in crime Read More
What is the process is call If the governor of one state asks another state to return a person accused of committing a crime?
Extradition. Read More
I am not sure what amendment it is in, but I do know what it is called. It is call Double Jeopardy. This concept, as you said, means that a person, if found NOT GUILTY for a crime, can't be tried for that same felony. Read More
It depends on the law they break. A person who violates a civil law may be called a person who breaches a contract or or a tort feasor. A person who violates criminal law may be called a criminal. A person who is convicted of committing a crime may be called a convict or a felon. (Felon only applies if the crime was a felony.) Read More
Yes. False impersonation for any reason is a crime. Read More
If the issue is ANY KIND OF EMERGENCY CALL 911 INSTANTLY. If it is not an emergency I suggest the following. The best way is to go in person to your local police station. If the crime perpetrated against you is of certain types, they can help you get help in dealing with the crime. If you cannot go in person, call the nearest police station and tell them you wish to file a report. Read More
If a person is accused of a crime, the state has the burden of proving that the person is guilty. The person can present evidence to negate the evidence provided by the state. The particular evidence to establish that a person is innocent depends on the crime being charged, and the facts surrounding. Probably the most common method of doing this is to provide alibi evidence. That is, to prove that the defendant could not… Read More
When someone asks another person to kill him will it be suicide and what do you call this type of crime?
Yes it is considered suicide and it would be murder or assisted suicide, depending on how you look at it. Read More
Dora or Jane or whatever you want to call her she is the person who stands by the door and is Emily's guardian. Read More
Anything found at a crime scene is considered evidence. Read More
If you know who it is, his or her actual parole officer. If you do not know exactly who that is, the state department of parole office closest to your location. If you cannot easily find the phone number or address, call your local police department, they will know what it is. If the parole violation is currently happening, and it is something that is a crime even if a person is on parole, you… Read More
Yes. Read More
That depends on the country, and in some cases the locality. In the United States, a person accused of a crime is guaranteed the right to a lawyer and a speedy and public trial, the right to call witnesses for the defense, the right to remain silent (both in police custody and at trial), and various other rights. Read More
Can your accusative be violating your rights when they call from Oklahoma to Kentucky to report you for drinking and driving?
Accusative is not a person. An accuser would not violate your rights by reporting your crime from another state. Read More
Depending on the circumstances, they could be an accomplice, co-defendant, or witness. If they participated in some way, they are likely an accomplice or co-defendant. Read More
the suspect Read More
it might not be a crime but isn't it gay for 16 year old lad who thinks its the best game in the world and thinks games like call of duty black ops is bad. ye i agree with the second person and i he also thinks that xbox 360 is crap!!!! . stop editing this! It is NOT a crime to play Cafe World, it's just a game, who are you to stop me… Read More
There are a few circumstances in which a law enforcement official may seize a person (an arrest). If an officer witnesses someone committing a crime, has knowledge that a crime has occurred, or witnesses someone attempting to commit a crime the suspect involved can be arrested. Witnessing someone commit a crime: An officer is driving down the street when he witnesses person "A" assault person "B". Person "A" is arrested. Has knowledge that a crime… Read More
What to do when a victims family and friends stalk your job harass your neighbors for a crime you did not committ?
You would call the police, get restraining order, you could get a pfa against that person,go to court, if you are not guilty they are not aloud to do that. Read More
the good samaritian states, if you see a criminal attack someone.You must help the person or call the police.It was to improve people calling the cop when they see a crime. Read More
You call the person, then u call the other person, then u call the first person back. Read More
You can call that person a "singer" or you can call that person a "vocalist." Read More
Call 911 Read More
It is a death-penalty offense. Read More