Riding a motorcycle or bicycle without a helmet
BASE jumping from city buildings
Individual purchase and consumption of recreational drugs
Driving a motor vehicle without a seatbelt
Prostitution and/or soliciting for prostitution
Public nudity and fornication
The consumption of pornography (not involving children or coercion) o
Victimless crimes usually regarded more seriously include:
Unlicensed prizefights and similar activities of a sporting nature where the players consent and the audience actively approves of what they see.
Assisting someone to die at his or her request.
Cannot punish someone for a crime they committed when it was legal
What rites does a defendant have according to arrest
You have the right to remain silent.
Anything you say or do can and will be held against you in a court of law.
You have the right to an attorney.
If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you.
Do you understand these rights I have just read to you?
What is the difference between misdemeanor and felony
A misdemeanor is generally a crime that is punishable for a year or less in prison, or only in a county or local jail. o
a felony is a crime for which the punishment in federal law may be death or imprisonment for more than one year
Right to know what charges are brought against you
Based on existing law
the right of every prisoner to challenge the terms of his or her incarceration in court before a judge
Leaving the scene of a crime
consumption of alcohol
running away from home
Why do people commit crimes
Lack of education
To hide a previous crime
List federal crimes
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