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Running head: BUSINESS LAW
What is meant by the phrase "crimes are statutory offences?"
A statute is a passed, signed and implemented law. It is a regulation that all citizens are
expected to follow regardless of their positions in society. Statutes can be different across states
in that whatever is illegal in one state is acceptable in another. Crimes are, therefore, statutory
offences because they go against the statutory laws of a given state. A statutory offence is
deemed illegal and should be punished under a written law. Each characteristic of a crime is
described in the statutes law and should be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that it was
executed before a verdict is passed (Justia, n.d).
Explain Criminal Intent.
Criminal intent means willingly...
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