The term criminal law, sometimes called penal law, refers to any of various bodies of rules in different jurisdictions whose common characteristic is the potential for unique and often severe impositions as punishment for failure to comply. Criminal punishment, depending on the offense and jurisdiction, may include execution, loss of liberty, government supervision (parole or probation), or fines. There are some archetypal crimes, like murder, but the acts that are forbidden are not wholly consistent between different criminal codes, and even within a particular code lines may be blurred as civil infractions may give rise also to criminal consequences. Criminal law typically is enforced by the government, unlike the civil law, which may be enforced by private parties.
Including: Abduction, Aggrivated Malicious Wounding, Aggrivated Sexual Felony, Alluding, Attempted Capital Murder, Breaking and Entering, Child Pornography, Conspiracy, Contributing to the Diliquency of a Minor, Distribution, Forgery, Gang Related Crimes, Grand Larceny, Malicious Wounding, Possession, Possession of Firearm by a Felon, Rape, Robbery, Sexual Assualt, Sex Offenses, Unlawful Wounding, Use of Firearm
Including: Destruction of Property, Petit Larceny, Possession of Marajuana, Shoplifting, Trespassing, Underage Possession of Alcohol