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Criminal and Civil Law Review

A crime punishable by confinement by more than a year in a state prison or by a fine of $1,000, or both - or even death
When there's an intentional or recklessly made misrepresentation of an existing fact
When an employer is held accountable for the actions of an employee
When enough harm has occurred as a result of neglect or carelessness of the defendant
Anyone who knowingly receives stolen property is known as a fence
Court order to appear in court and answer the complaint
Rules that hold the employer account for the conduct of it's employees
A less serious crime
Falsely altering a check or other financial documents to defraud another
A private or civil wrong
Monetary award intended to compensate the injured party for the harm done to him/her.
Offenses committed in the business world
Unlawfully offering money or anything of value to influence a law official in carrying out his/her duties
A false statement that injures a person's reputation or good name.
A tort defined as the uninvited intrusion into an individual's personal relationships and activities in a way likely to cause shame or mental suffering
A defendant can be held liable if he/she merely engaged in a particular activity that resulted in injury, regardless of whether or not he/she was negligent
Punishable offense against society
Blackmailing someone
Willful burning or exploding of a building