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criminal law

the laws of a state or country dealing with criminal offenses and their punishments.
Origin of criminal law
1580-90 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Such a limitation causes obvious problems in the world of criminal law.
  • The concept of mens rea is fundamental to criminal law.
  • We don't use the criminal law to define their lexical denotations as erroneous or to forbid their ideas from being uttered.
  • Virtual worlds provide an opportunity for hands-on engagement with community building, with contract, property and criminal law.
  • Contract law, property law, and criminal law all vary significantly from state to state.
  • Some had experience in civilian law enforcement or criminal law, and had volunteered to do such work for the military.
  • The state prosecutes for violations of the criminal law of the state.
  • If not, you'd advocate serious reform of our criminal law.
  • What he appears to have done is from a criminal law perspective is leave the scene of accident and fail to report it timely.
  • Government accomplishes this end through criminal law and tort law.
British Dictionary definitions for criminal law

criminal law

the body of law dealing with the constitution of offences and the punishment of offenders
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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