"Moral culpability" is blame that is given to a person who understood that their actions and the consequences of those actions were evil at the time that the acts were committed. To be morally culpable, a person also has... More »

Second degree criminal sexual conduct contains a set of certain acts in which a person commits sexual actions in an offensive manner or in a place where it would often cause concern from an outside party, according to U.... More »

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State or federal government bring criminal actions against parties that are accused of violating the law and civil actions are non-criminal acts brought against those accused of violating private rights. Examples of crim... More »

According to Practical Law, a legal opinion letter is a document drafted by an attorney expressing the likely legal consequences or legal risks that will arise from the client's actions. A legal opinion letter offers sig... More »

Threat consists of acts or words that cause a reasonable person to fear bodily harm. It is not generally necessary to prove that the victim is actually frightened, according to the 'Lectric Law Library. More »

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According to HealthyChildren.org, there are several ways to appropriately discipline a child, such as time out, taking away privileges and showing the child that there are consequences to her actions. One of the key comp... More »

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Social ramification refers to the consequences of actions in a social setting, toward a particular culture or a change in a person's social status. For example, if a person is rude at a cocktail party, he may not be acce... More »