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Crime and Punishment

-Burglary: entering a building unlawfully with the intent to steal valuable property. The crimnal is called a burglar. The verb is to burgle.-Robbery: stealing large amounts of money or valuable goods with force or violence from a bank, shop, etc. The criminal is called a robber. The verb is to rob.-Theft: general word to refer to taking another person's possessions. The criminal is called a thief. The verb is to steal.-Pickpocketing: the crime of stealing things out of people's pockets or bags, especially in a crowd. The criminal is called a pickpocket. The verb is to pickpocket.-Shoplifting: The act of stealing goods from a store or shop. The criminal is called a shoplifter. The verb is to shoplift.
-Kidnap: the crime of taking someone away by force and demanding money in exchange for releasing them. The criminal is a kidnapper. The verb is to kidnap.-Abduction: the act of making a person go somewhere with you, especially using threats or violence. The verb is to abduct.-Hijacking: The taking control of a public transport vehicle, such as an airliner or train to use the people aboard as hostages. The criminal is a hijacker. The verb is to hijack.
-Blackmail: the crime of demanding money from a person by threatening to tell someone else a secret about them. The criminal is a blackmailer. The verb is to blackmail.-Bribery: when someone voluntarily offers payment to get an illegal advantage. The verb is to bribe.-Embezzlement: the crime of secretly taking money that is in your care or that belongs to an organization or business you work for. The criminal is an embezzler. The verb is to embezzle.-Fraud: wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. The criminal is a fraudster. The verb is to commit fraud.-Insider trading: the illegal buying and selling of company shares by people who have special information because they are involved with the company.
-Murder: intentional killing of a person. The criminal is a murderer. The verb is to murder.-Manslaughter: killing another person without intending to do so.-Assassination: murder of a public figure. The criminal is an assassin. The verb is to assassinate.-Rape: any form of sexual intercourse that takes place against a person's will. The criminal is a rapist. The verb is to rape.-Assault: violent attack to someone. The criminal is an aggressor. The verb is to assault.-Mugging: a physical attack to take money or goods from another person which usually occurs in a public place. The criminal is a mugger. The verb is to mug.
-Cybercrime: any criminal action perpetrated primarily through the use of a computer. The criminal us a cybercriminal. -Phishing: An attack that sends an email or displays a Web announcement that falsely claims to be from a legitimate enterprise in an attempt to trick the user into surrendering private information. The criminal is a phisher.-Identity theft: the fraudulent acquisition and use of a person's private identifying information, usually for financial gain.-Forgery: the crime of making an illegal copy of a document, painting, etc. The criminal is a forger. The verb is to forge.
-Arson: the criminal act of deliberately setting fire to property. The criminal is called an arsonist. -Speeding: driving faster than is allowed in a particular area. The verb is to speed.-Poaching: illegal hunting. The criminal is a poacher. The verb is to poach.-Drug trafficking/dealing: illegal production, transportation, sale, or purchase of drugs. The criminal is a drug trafficker or a drug dealer. The verb is to deal with drugs.-Human trafficking: the crime of buying and selling people, or making money from work they are forced to do, such as sex work. The criminal is a human trafficker.
-Aggraviating factors: circumstances which contribute to making a crime worse.-Extenuating circumstances: causing a wrong act to be judged less seriously by giving reasons for it.-Plea bargain: an agreement to allow someone accused of a crime to admit to being guilty of a less serious crime, in order to avoid being tried for the more serious one.
  • To be fined/ to pay a heavy fine
  • To be ordered to do/perform community service/to be given community service
  • To have your driving licence revoked
  • To receive a suspended sentence
  • To be under house arrest
  • To be sentenced to (10 years in prison)
  • To be given a prison sentence
  • To be released on bail
  • To be put on probation
  • To be released on parole
  • To get a life sentence/to be sentenced to life imprisonment
  • To be given the death penalty
  • To undergo chemical castration

TYPES OF PUNISHMENT

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