Castration

Castration is any action, surgical, chemical, or otherwise, by which an individual loses use of the testicles; the male gonad. Surgical castration is bilateral orchiectomy (excision of both testicles), while chemical castration uses pharmaceutical drugs to deactivate the tests. Castration causes sterilization (preventing the castrated person or animal from reproducing,); it also greatly reduces the… Continue reading Castration

Kidnapping

Kidnapping occurs when a person, without lawful authority, physically asports (i.e., moves) another person without that other person’s consent, with the intent to use the abduction in connection with some other nefarious objective. Under Model Penal Code (a set of exemplary criminal rules fashioned by the American Law Institute), kidnapping occurs when any person is… Continue reading Kidnapping

Home invasion

Today we’ll be discussing home invasion, its definition, historical analysis, jurisdictional applications in US, UK etc. and equally remedies to the offence and preventive measures. Home invasion is an unlawful entry into another person’s home with the intention to commit an illegal act such as felony or misdemeanor. The illegal act may be a burglary,… Continue reading Home invasion

Intimidation

Let’s discuss intimidation, it’s applications in the US legal systems, examples of intimidation and remedies available to victims of the offence. Intimidation is the voluntary behavior that would cause a person of reasonable apprehension to fear injury or harm. It is not necessary to prove that the behavior caused the victim to experience fear or… Continue reading Intimidation

Harassment

We’ll be discussing harassment today which consists of attitudes, conducts whether directly or indirectly that is offensive in nature. In this article types of harassments will be discussed and it’s legal remedies. Harassment Legal definition Harassment is any unwanted behavior, physical or verbal (or even suggested), that makes a reasonable person feel uncomfortable, humiliated, or… Continue reading Harassment

Domestic Violence

Today we’ll be discussing domestic violence and it’s judicial remedies in various legal systems. Domestic violence also known and referred to as domestic abuse or family wrong. It is an abuse that takes place in a home, such as in a marriage or in an emotional and physical intimate relationship which includes a common living… Continue reading Domestic Violence

Assassination

Assassination is the killing or murder of an eminent or important person mostly for political reasons, such as head of state, head of government, politicians, member of a royal family, or CEO of a company or a witness in a judicial proceeding. An Assassination may be prompted by political and military reasons, or done for… Continue reading Assassination

Conspiracy (criminal offence)

Today we’ll be discussing Conspiracy (criminal offence) as an inchoate offences within the common law, it’s exceptions, conspiracy against the United states and against the rights. Jurisdictional application would be taken note of in the course of our discussion. Let’s go.. In criminal law, a conspiracy is an agreement between two or more individuals to… Continue reading Conspiracy (criminal offence)

Incitement an Offence

Now let’s discuss Incitement an Offence which has to do with encouraging or advising someone to commit a felony. The mens rea of the crime will be discussed as well as it’s application in various jurisdictions like England and Wales, United States, New Zealand, Israel and Palestine etc. Its relationship with other inchoate offences like… Continue reading Incitement an Offence

Solicitation as offence

Solicitation is an inchoate offence. In this discussion we’ll be looking at its differences in laws and applications in United States, England and Wales. Solicitation is the act of offering, or attempting to purchase, goods and/or services. Legal status may be specific to the time or place where it occurs. The crime of “solicitation to… Continue reading Solicitation as offence