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  • 1 high crime — n: a crime of infamous nature contrary to public morality but not technically constituting a felony; specif: an offense that the U.S. Senate deems to constitute an adequate ground for removal of the president, vice president, or any civil officer …

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  • 2 High Crime — Infobox Film name = High Crime image size = caption = German language poster for High Crime. director = Enzo G. Castellari producer = Maurizio Amati writer = Maurizio Amati Tito Carpi Enzo G. Castellari Gianfranco Clerici Vincenzo Mannino… …

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  • 3 high crime — noun A major crime, notably one suject to high justice, i.e. trial before the highest courts, which may impose the gravest punishments Lese majesty used to be a high crime, for which royal or imperial courts often put offenders to death Ant:… …

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  • 4 high-crime — adj. High crime is used with these nouns: ↑area …

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  • 5 high crime — noun 1. : a crime of an infamous nature contrary to public morality but not technically constituting a felony; specifically : an offense which the United States Senate deems to constitute adequate grounds for removal of the president, vice… …

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  • 6 Crime and violence in Latin America — Crime and violence are affecting the lives of millions of people in Latin America. Social inequality is considered one of the major causes of violence in Latin America,[1] where the state fails to prevent crime and organized crime takes over… …

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  • 7 Crime importation — is the sociocultural concept of the analysis of criminal tendencies and causes related with transborder crime and immigration in a given country to create an effective crime control system and adaptable legal measures.Questions about the possible …

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  • 8 Crime in Zimbabwe — Crime is a serious problem in Zimbabwe, and is driven by the country s deteriorating economy.[1] Contents 1 Non political crime 2 Political crime 3 Law enforcement …

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  • 9 crime — / krīm/ n [Middle French, from Latin crimen fault, accusation, crime] 1: conduct that is prohibited and has a specific punishment (as incarceration or fine) prescribed by public law compare delict, tort 2: an offense against public law …

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  • 10 Crime film — Crime films are films which focus on the lives of criminals. The stylistic approach to a crime film varies from realistic portrayals of real life criminal figures, to the far fetched evil doings of imaginary arch villains. Criminal acts are… …

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  • 11 Crime in Honduras — Crime is one of the many social problems of everyday life in the Central American nation of Honduras. Over the years, Honduras has been experiencing an increase in armed robberies and firearm violence. There are reports that since the 2009… …

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  • 12 Crime in Panama — is moderate but becoming more frequent, particularly because of the narcotics trafficking related violence and activities of youth gangs. Police checkpoints have become common place on weekends on roads in between cities. Based upon reported… …

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  • 13 High misdemeanor — is an archaic term in English Law for a number of positive misprisions, neglects and contempts. The most important example being that of maladministration in high office.Examples in English LawA number of United Kingdom Statutes refer to… …

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  • 14 crime — crimeless, adj. crimelessness, n. /kruym/, n. 1. an action or an instance of negligence that is deemed injurious to the public welfare or morals or to the interests of the state and that is legally prohibited. 2. criminal activity and those… …

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  • 15 Crime and Violence in Latin America — Latin American nations have long been considered amongst the most violent societies in the world. [ [http://www.republic news.org/archive/126 repub/126 trentini.htm The Republic :: Latin American apartheid ] ] Crime and violence is affecting the… …

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  • 16 Crime in Mexico — Mexican execution by firing squad, 1916 Crime is among the most urgent concerns facing Mexico, as Mexican drug trafficking rings play a major role in the flow of cocaine, heroin, and marijuana transiting between Latin America and the United… …

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  • 17 Crime prevention through environmental design — Criminology and penology Theories Causes and correlates of crime Anomie Differential association theory Deviance …

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  • 18 CRIME — INTRODUCTION Jews in the Diaspora have generally been less involved in crime than the populations among which they lived. Their closely knit communities, cohesive family life, high educational standards, moderation in the consumption of alcohol,… …

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  • 19 Crime in Chicago — Chicago Crime rates (2007) Crime type Rate* Homicide …

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  • 20 Crime in Brazil — National Force of Public Safety vehicles in transit …

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