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of, involving, or being a crime

one who commits a crime

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The Karachi police arrested 587 criminals red-handed, 7134 criminals , two terrorists , two highway robbers, 12 kidnappers, 392 proclaimed offenders, 3321 absconders and 49 extortionists.
This results in a greater opportunity for criminals to acquire such items and corresponding occasions to insert them back into the legitimate jewelry market.
The low conviction rate notwithstanding, this was an era of rapid criminal justice reform and legal modernization in the city.
When the store was robbed on September 11 by an armed man who threatened him and a co-worker, Joshua grabbed his gun and pursued the criminal to a getaway car.
California spent $635 million in 2003 to incarcerate criminal aliens in state prisons, but received only $77 million in reimbursements from the federal government, the reports showed.
Yet these few cases account for only a fraction of the guns that flow to criminals from licensed dealers.
The abuses of power by English colonial governors led to the Constitution's Bill of Rights, which strictly limits the state's powers to prosecute and punish individuals for violating the laws--the criminal law power--and to seize personal property for governmental use--the takings power.
This gap between the realities of the global economy and the limitations on the power of regulators has been exploited by criminals such as those described in Global Pirates.
If the middle classes consolidated their cultural legitimacy against the othered images of criminals who questioned their property rights, the white middle classes consolidated their cultural privilege not only in relation to legal offenders, but also in relation to racial others.
In September, representatives of the long-term care industry, the FBI and HCFA negotiated an agreement toward a long-sought goal in nursing home security: a system for national criminal record checks for prospective employees.
is often thrown up as if that plaintive query helped resolve the dilemma (or as if the system already provided victims -- and many criminal offenders -- with the opportunities for restitution and healing that they seek).
1986), The true value of lambder would appear to be zero: An essay on career criminals, criminal careers, selective in capacitation, and related topics.
As unpopular as it may be in some quarters to point this out, criminals are victims too--the products of failed public policies.
Apartment buildings present unique opportunities for criminals.