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Disturbing the peace, also known as a breach of the peace, disorderly conduct, or by similar terms, occurs whenever someone acts in a way that disrupts the public order or disturbs the peace and tranquility of the community.
Practicing medicine without a license can lead to criminal charges, civil penalties, and civil lawsuits.
Florida makes it a crime to expose another to an STD, such as herpes or HIV. Florida's STD laws are harsh and apply even if no transmission or infection occurs.
In Texas, a person could face intoxication manslaughter charges for driving while impaired and causing an accident that kills someone. This first- or second-degree felony can land a defendant in prison.
Federal law defines fraud as any intentional deception or misrepresentation used to benefit yourself or someone else.
A parent, guardian, or caregiver who allows a child to be placed or remain in a dangerous, unhealthy, or inappropriate situation can face criminal charges for child endangerment.
North Carolina organizes felony crimes into 10 different lettered categories, from Class A to I.
When most people think of burglary, they think of a thief in a black outfit sneaking into someone's home in the middle of the night. While such activity definitely counts as burglary, the legal definition applies to a much broader range of activities.
Though many people believe that “drug trafficking” is synonymous with “drug dealing,” trafficking laws cast a wider net.
While theft is an universally understood crime, not everyone knows that you can also commit a theft crime if you acquire stolen or illegally obtained goods.