Criminal Law

Criminal Law

  • Crimes against life - injuries (homicide, exhibition, physical damage)

  • Crimes against personal liberty (criminal damage, take the law into one's hand, threatening, disturbing domestic peace)

  • Crimes of honor (libel, slander)

  • Crimes relating to marriage and the family (family class disturbance, breach of undertaking maintenance, child neglect surveillance)

  • Crimes against property (theft, embezzlement, weave, robbery, damage foreign ownership)

  • Crimes on the pleadings (forgery, document submission)

  • Crimes against justice (perjury, false unnecessary deposit, false accusations)

  • Commonly dangerous crimes (arson, violation of building rules)

  • Crimes against property rights (extortion, fraud, defrauding creditors)