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offender. Some sex crimes include:rape,sexual abuse,sexual batteryandprostitution.
Certain substances are controlled by the government, including narcotics andprescription drugs. A defendant may therefore face criminal charges for theunlawfulpossession,sale / distribution,trafficking,manufacturingorcultivationof such substances as heroin, marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy,methamphetamines, or prescription drugs.
When a person is accused of committing a crime against another person,causing or attempting to cause them bodily harm, this may be considered aviolent crime. Some specific types of violent crimesinclude:murder,manslaughter,assault,batteryanddomestic violence.
White Collar Crimes
Crimes that involve financial transactions, politicians and businessmen andwomen may be considered white collar crimes. These are typically non-violenttheft crimes, such asfraud,embezzlementandtax evasion.
Unlawfully taking another's property, whether by force, deception or byclandestine means, may be considered a theft crime. The penalties for these willvary depending on the manner in which the alleged offense was committed, aswell as the amount of property involved. Some examples of theft crimesinclude:grand theft auto,burglaryandrobbery.
Certain acts are prohibited by federal law. These and crimes committed againstthe federal government or on federal property may be considered federal crimes.Some examples include:bank fraud,wire fraud,mail fraudandkidnapping.Because federal agencies and prosecutors typically have more resources thanthose on a local or state level, and due to the extremely harsh penalties that maybe imposed for these offenses, it is important to work with a lawyer who canhandle cases in federal court.