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11 June, 11:22

What is a violation of the criminal laws of a state or federal government, or local jurisdiction, for which there is no legal acceptable justification?

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  1. 11 June, 11:53
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    The correct answer to the following question will be "Crime".

    Explanation:

    Crime seems to be an illegal act which a government or other jurisdiction can prosecute. The word crime does not have a straightforward and widely accepted sense in contemporary criminal justice although it has given specific definitions for some reason. It is a violation of criminal laws by federal or state gov't, or local authority.

    Therefore, Crime is the right answer.
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