the trespassory taking and carrying away (asportation) of the personal property of another with intent to steal. Also, the wrongful taking of the personal property of another, with intent to steal.
that which is obscene or lewd, or which tends to cause lust
last act test
in the crime of attempt, a test which asks whether the accused had taken the last step or act towards commission of the offense, and had performed all that he intended to do and was able to do in an attempt to commit the crime, but for some reason the crime was not completed.
that which is laid down, ordained, or established a body of rules of action or conduct prescribed by controlling authority, and having binding legal force.
a legally-recognizable cause. The type of cause that is required to be demonstrated in court in order to hold an individual criminally liable for causing harm.
see effective consent.
obscene. Also, obscene behavior (lewdness).
the act of delaying, lingering, or to be idle about without lawful business for being present.
burglary committed within an affected geographical area during an officially declared state of emergency, or during a local emergency resulting from an earthquake, fire, flood, riot, or other natural or manmade disaster.
the taking, by means of riot, any person from the lawful custody of any peace officer.