Crimes

Traffic Crime

A traffic crime is a misdemeanor offense where you could serve jail time in addition to having to pay a fine. Examples of these offenses include but are not limited to: Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants, Hit and Run, Reckless Driving, "Traffic crime" means any traffic offense that is punishable by a jail sentence.


Traffic Crimes

The list of traffic crimes are as follows:

Indictable Crimes

Any crime (offense) for which a grand jury rules that there is enough evidence to charge defendant with a felony (a crime punishable by death or a term in the state penitentiary). These crimes include murder, manslaughter, rape, kidnaping, grand theft, robbery, burglary, arson, conspiracy, fraud, and other major crimes, as well as attempts to commit them.


Indictable Crimes

The list of traffic crimes are as follows:

Summary Crimes

A summary offense is one which can only be dealt with by a judge sitting without a jury, that is the District Court. It is also known as a "petty crime", for example, disturbing the peace.

A summary offence is an offence that can be heard by a magistrate sitting alone, rather than a judge and jury. A summary offence can also be heard in the absence of the defendant.


Summary Crimes

The list of summary crimes are as follows:

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