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Based on violent crime data published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2014, the cities in the United States with the highest violent crime rates are Cleveland, Ohio; St. Louis, Missouri; Memphis, Tennessee; Oakland, California; and Detroit, Michigan, states Ma...

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According to the research organization 24/7 Wall St., Alaska has the highest crime rate among all the states in the United States. In a study released in January 2015, Alaska's violent crime rate reached 602.6 per 100,000 residents.

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Some of the common law crimes in the United States include theft, drug possession and battery. Common law, also known as case law, is one of the sources of law developed by preceding ruling judges, states FindLaw.

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A "unit rate" is a rate expressed in a quantity of one unit. A car traveling at a rate of 60 miles per hour, for example, is an expression of a unit rate. It describes the car's traveling rate over 1 hour of time.

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The country with the highest crime rate is Honduras, according to a report published in The Huffington Post. The rate of homicide is 90.4 murders per 100,000 population. Gang violence is rife in Honduras, and it is overrun with drug cartels, both influences contribute t...

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Based on data released by the FBI in 2013, the top cities in the United States in regard to violent crime are Flint, Mich.; Detroit, Mich.; Oakland, Calif.; Bridgeport, Conn.; New Orleans, La., Cleveland, Ohio; St. Louis, Mo.; Jackson, Miss.; Baltimore, Md. and Newark, ...

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According to the Bureau of Diplomatic Security in the United States, Brazil's crime rates are critically high in several areas. For instance, in 2012 there were 24 murders per 100,000 residents in the city of Rio de Janeiro.