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For questions about laws related to crime.

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It is doubtful this would be a criminal matter unless you could establish some level of intent to harm someone, or you would have to show that at least Bill or John had to know their actions could or …
answered Nov 2 '16 by Daniel Anderson
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Using any altered document is a crime in most jurisdictions, and in the U.S., most states count it as a potentially serious felony punishable by prison time and/or fines. As for it not "harming" anyo …
answered Nov 2 '16 by Daniel Anderson
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There are varying specific standards from state to state, but one commonality is this: If Paul only uses enough force to stop the attack and drive off Thug then he would not necessarily be liable und …
answered Nov 2 '16 by Daniel Anderson
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Absolutely (assuming you're talking about U.S. law). A criminal prosecution is a material fact in any other proceeding, whether it is civil or criminal. Given that the burden of proof to obtain the …
answered Nov 5 '16 by Daniel Anderson