Legal Terms used in Assessing Types of Crimes:

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aggravated – made worse or more serious by circumstances such as violence, the presence of a deadly weapon, or the intent to commit another crime.

conspiracy – an agreement by two or more persons to commit an unlawful act, coupled with an intent to achieve the agreement’s objective, including any action or conduct that furthers the agreement.

corrupt – subverting the instrumentalities of government to personal profit; impeding or obstructing the administration of justice.

malice – intent to commit a wrongful act; reckless disregard of the law or of a person’s legal rights. malicious, vb.

unjust enrichment – unlawful, unjustifiable retention of property, without consent from the transferor(s), for which the beneficiary must make restitution or recompense.


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