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Violent Crimes: Charges and Consequences
Violent Crimes: Charges and Consequences

What Crimes Are Considered Violent? The category of violent crimes includes several sub-categories. These are comprised of crimes that involve the use of threat or force upon the victim and are separated by the intent, wherein the violence is the objective or a means to an ...

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