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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 accused persons were involved in drug paddling and also other sort of criminal activities including robberies, street crimes and other anti social activities.
He said it is worrisome that teenagers are involved in serious criminal activities.
The suspects are involved in motorcycle and mobile phone snatching and other criminal activities.
A local official told the National Iraqi News Agency (NINA) today that the organization and after its break-up in the battles to liberate Diyala and the loss of most of its prominent leaders and the fall of many elements in the grip of the security forces resorted to a new strategy to expand its criminal activities in order to destabilize the internal situation by planting ideas of the organization and control the brains of adolescents and young people and persuade them to join the ranks of the organization to create a criminal extremist generation.
Some Chinese expatriates, however, have been found involved in criminal activities such as fighting and fraud.
The accused were involved in different criminal activities including target killing,aerial firing,setting fire vehicles, extortions and other crimes.
GARDAI investigating suspected criminal activities yesterday seized a "substantial quantity of cash" and three cars.
West Yorkshire Police spent a lot of time investigating the criminal activities of the four.
Det Con Orkney added: "When criminals are convicted they may not only sacrifice their freedom but they can also lose the cash and illgotten gains they've gathered through criminal activities.
A year ago Mr Wright, a builder, was served with a criminality notice by police, warning him they had received information he was engaged with criminal activities as part of an organised group.
Wilson, chief executive officer of the national association, reported the "cash-intensive nature of motor vehicle sales make them vulnerable to a number of criminal activities including money laundering, drug trafficking, automotive theft and fraud.
Common motivations for criminal and terrorist organizations to partner include financial viability, geographic growth, personnel protection, logistical support, support of mutually exclusive criminal activities, and the introduction of third parties to facilitate organizational goals, among others.
He opined that the law and order situation is being affected due to increasing trend of giving political colour to criminal activities.
A major source of terrorist funding involves criminal activities.
If all influences are positive in nature, then all time is spent pursuing non-criminal activities, since criminal activities are viewed as bads and not goods.