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Synonyms for crime

a serious breaking of the public law

something that offends one's sense of propriety, fairness, or justice

a great disappointment or regrettable fact

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The district court found that the officer had reasonable suspicion to believe Knights was involved in criminal activity, but suppressed the evidence found because the search was investigative in nature, rather than probationary.
We see a lot of organized criminal activity here in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the United States with links to countries around the world.
This model has proven to be an effective means of identifying the most likely times and places in which criminal activity will take place by collecting, analyzing and displaying crime data," said Dr.
persons evicted from federally assisted housing for drug-related criminal activity less than 3 years prior to applying for admission unless the tenant successfully completes a rehabilitation program approved by a PHA or the circumstances for the eviction no longer exist.
In Yancey, the Arkansas Supreme Court disapproved of the search of the defendant's home based solely upon his involvement in criminal activity.
With the establishment of the crime tip hotline at the Santa Clarita sheriff's station, however, residents can provide authorities with detailed information about suspected criminal activity without giving their names and phone numbers.
The system also will be used to counteract conventional criminal activity, including street gangs, organized crime, money laundering and high-volume crimes.
Historical literature makes frequent reference to groups that engaged in criminal activity.
An audit has revealed more than $34,000 in discrepancies in the bookkeeping of two school band booster clubs, prompting Conejo Valley school officials to ask for an investigation of possible criminal activity.
The risk posed by criminal activity in the industry is far more serious to human life and to the reputation of all of the companies involved, than in other areas of business.
The addition of organized criminal activity in and around the air cargo terminals and car rental lots, hazardous material violations, and drug smuggling activities keep the average airport police officer busy during a tour of duty.
With the housing market starting to turn around and an increase of population, you can expect a certain amount of increased criminal activity,'' Collin said.
Potentially valuable information that was once hidden from other agencies can now by accessed to solve crimes or spot trends in criminal activity.
Generally, crime statistics can provide approximations for criminal activity.
State investigators found no evidence of criminal activity in the handling of ballots in Lancaster's 1996 municipal election, refuting claims of ballot stuffing.