Crimes and misdemeanors - Part 1

  1. 3. the crime of giving or taking money or some other valuable item in order to influence a public official (any governmental employee) in the performance of his/her duties
  2. 4. the act of intentionally and permanently giving up, surrendering, deserting or relinquishing property, premises, a right of way, a ship, contract rights, a spouse and/or children
  3. 7. the threat or attempt to strike another, whether successful or not, provided the target is aware of the danger
  4. 8. the felony crime of intentionally burning a house or other building
  5. 9. the condition of having two wives or two husbands at the same time
  1. 1. any act which disturbs the public or even one person (it can include almost any criminal act causing fear or attempting intimidation, such as displaying a pistol or shouting inappropriately)
  2. 2. creating legal business by stirring up disputes and quarrels, generally for the benefit of the lawyer who sees fees in the matter
  3. 3. the crime of threatening to reveal embarrassing, disgraceful or damaging facts (or rumors) about a person to the public, family, spouse or associates unless paid off to not carry out the threat
  4. 5. a second-string player who helps in the commission of a crime by driving the getaway car, providing the weapons, assisting in the planning, providing an alibi, or hiding the principal offender after the crime
  5. 6. the actual intentional striking of someone, with intent to harm, or in a "rude and insolent manner" even if the injury is slight