List Of Crimes

Accessory after the Fact: Whoever, knowing that an offense has been committed, receives, relieves, comforts or assists the offender in order to hinder or prevent his apprehension, trial or punishment, is an accessory after the fact.
Accessory to a Crime: Whoever is not the chief actor in the perpetration of the offence, nor present at its performance, but is some way concerned therein, either before or after the fact committed.
Adulterating Food or Drink: The introduction of foreign agents into food or drink for gain.
Adultery: Voluntary sexual relations between a married person and another person who is not their married spouse.
Aiding/Comforting an Enemy: The provision of assistance to a hostile foreign power or a member of such a force; see also Treason.
Armed/Highway Robbery: The act or an instance of unlawfully taking the property of another by the use of violence or intimidation, with the present ability to carry out the threat by the use of a dangerous weapon or device. Highway robbery refers to banditry generally taking place upon remote or unpatrolled roads.
Arson: A criminal offense occurring when a person intentionally sets fire to or burns something; and the person acted wrongfully and without justification, or the person did something which was a substantial step toward committing the crime.
Assault: Whenever one person makes a willful attempt or threat to injure someone else, and also has an apparent, present ability to carry out the threat such as by flourishing or pointing a dangerous weapon or device at the other.
Assault with a Deadly Weapon: Whenever one person makes a willful attempt or threat to injure someone else, and also has an apparent, present ability to carry out the threat and presents a dangerous or grievous weapon likely to seriously injure or kill the other.
Battery: The unlawful touching of another person by the aggressor himself, or any other substance put in motion by him. It must be either wilfully committed, or proceed from want of due care.
Begging without License: The solicitation of assistance from others, without licensure, with entreaties or pleas, as a means of income.
Breaking & Entering: Parting or dividing by force and violence a solid substance, as a door or window, or piercing, penetrating, or bursting through the same with violence and a felonious intent.
Bribery of an Official: Giving, offering or promising something of value to a public official, with the intent to influence an official act by the agent or to persuade the agent to omit to do an act in violation of the agent’s lawful duty.
Burglary: Any unlawful entry into, or remaining in, any building with the intent to commit a crime.
Coercion: Positive or direct coercion takes place when a person is by physical force compelled to do an act contrary to their will.
Coin Shaving: The act of debasing coins with a lessar metal.
Counterfeiting: Passing, with intent to defraud, any coin or note in likeness to local monetary units; the creation of same without national, local, or royal consent.
Cowardice in the Face of the Enemy: Fleeing from, or not acting against, a known enemy of the state, when confronted, or having a reasonable opportunity to resist their intent.
Criminal Trespass: To commit an unlawful injury to the person, property, or rights of another, with actual or implied force or violence, especially to enter onto another’s land wrongfully.
Debt: A sum of money due by certain and express agreement; a claim for money. It may denote any kind of a just demand; such as the debts of a bankrupt.
Desecration: To violate the sacredness of a place or object, usually through touch or presence.
Desertion: An offence which consists in the abandonment of the public service, in the army or navy, without leave.
Destruction of Private Property: The rendering of property unusable by neglect or intent.
Destruction/Theft of Government Property: The removal or dissolution of property involving a governmental agency, without consent.
Disobeying a Lawful Order: Ignoring an officers directive, either armed forces or civil, which does not counter locally observed law.
Disorderly Conduct: Disturbing the public peace or decorum.
Disrespect to a Noble or Ecclesiastic: Acting in a manner insulting to the dignity of one or the other.
Drunk & Disorderly Conduct: Disturbing the public peace or decorum while intoxicated.
Embezzlement: The wrongful or willful taking of money or property belonging to someone else after the money or property has lawfully come into the possession or control of the person taking it.
Endangering life by careless use of magic: Careless and/ or unlawful use of magic that poses an immediate and credibly realistic danger to anothers life.
Endangering property by careless use of magic: Careless and/or unlawful use of magic, usually within city limits, that poses an immediate and possibly catastrophic danger to another property.
Extortion: The use, or the express or implicit threat of the use, of violence or other criminal means to cause harm to person, reputation, or property as a means to obtain property from someone else with his consent.
Flight from Arrest: Fleeing from officers of the law intent upon siezure of said person.
Flight from Slavery: Fleeing from master(s) who have legally bought and/or obtained said person.
Flight from/to Avoid Bond Servitude: Fleeing from an agreed upon indenturement to avoid the *
Forgery:** The act of criminally making or altering a written instrument for the purpose of fraud or deceit.
Gaming (gambling) without License: Purveying games of chance without licensure from a local authority.
Gaol-Breaking: The unlawful removal of persons being held within a prison, gaol, jail, or other confinement.
Grave Robbery: The unlawful removal of burial goods from a tomb, grave, or other internment site without consent.
Harboring a Felon: Giving shelter and/or aid to a known criminal, generally fleeing from incarceration.
Harboring a Slave: Giving shelter and/or aid to the known property of another, e.g. slave.
Heresy: An opinion or a doctrine at variance with established religious beliefs.
Horse Theft: The felonious abstraction of a horse of another, without consent, generally for monetary gain.
Impersonation: To assume the character or appearance of, especially fraudulently, an officer of the law or establishment.
Impersonation, Petty: To assume the character or appearance of, usually of well known locals or without fraudulent intent.
Incest: Sexual relations between persons who are so closely related that their marriage is illegal or forbidden by custom.
Inciting a Riot: Urging or instigating other persons to riot.
Kidnapping: To forcibly and unlawfully hold, keep, detain and confine a person against his or her will.
Leaving area of Villeinage: A villein (a freedman in all dealings, but with their lord) who has removed themselves from the demesne of their liege lord without prior approval or consent.
Lese Majesty: An offense against the dignity of the sovereign of a state or of a state itself.
Lewd Conduct: Conduct which is obscene or indecent, generally with a sexual intent or desire.
Libel: Published material meeting three conditions: The material is defamatory either on its face or indirectly; The defamatory statement is about someone who is identifiable to one or more persons; and, The material must be distributed to someone other than the offended party; i.e. published; distinguished from slander.
Maiming of an Innocent: The disabling or disfigurement of an individual, either though the loss of limb or loss of use of said limb, who is uninvolved in the primary action taking place, usually a bystander present at the scene of a crime.
Manslaughter: The unlawful killing of a being without malice or premeditation, either express or implied; distinguished from murder, which requires malicious intent.
Mental Control/Domination by Magic: The unlawful subjugation of another, without their consent, to control via magical means.
Murder: When a person of sound mind and discretion, unlawfully kills any reasonable creature in being, and under the king’s peace (e.g. not in wartime), with malice aforethought either express or implied.
Murder, Accessory: Not the chief perpetrator of the offense, nor necessarily at its performance, but is some way concerned therein, either before or after the fact committed.
Mutilation of an Innocent: The disabling or disfigurement of an individual, either though the loss of limb or loss of use of said limb, who is uninvolved in the primary action taking place, usually a bystander present at the scene of a crime.
Mutiny: The unlawful resistance of a superior officer, or the raising of commotions and disturbances on board of a ship against the authority of its commander, or in the army in opposition to the authority of the officers; a sedition; a revolt.
Oath Breaking: The giving of a promise and then knowingly not fulfilling said promise.
Passing off of Shoddy Goods: The sale of goods, with known defects, either apparant or not, without disclosing said defects to the prospective buyer; usually passing goods as perfectly sound, knowing of inherent defects.
Pedaling without a License: The sale of items, generally without benefit of a store front or shop, without licensure from a local authority.
Perjury: When a person, having taken an oath before a competent tribunal, officer, or person, willfully and contrary to such oath states or subscribes any material matter which he does not believe to be true.
Piracy: The commission of any murder or robbery on the high seas, or any act of hostility against the principality, or against any citizen thereof, under color of any commission from any foreign prince, or state, or on pretense of authority from any person.
Pocket Picking: The removal of another’s belongings from their person without their knowledge.
Prison Breaking: The act by which a prisoner, by force and violence, escapes from a place where he is lawfully in custody.
Prostitution without License: The giving or receiving of the body for sexual activity for hire but excludes sexual activity between spouses, which is made without licensure of the local authority.
Purse Cutting: The removal of another’s purse from their person without their knowledge.
Racketeering/Protection: Carrying on of illegal business activities involving crimes such as extortion, loansharking, bribery, obstruction of justice, murder, kidnapping, gambling, robbery, dealing in obscene materials, or dealing with dangerous drugs.
Rape: The carnal knowledge of a woman by a man (or vice versa) forcibly and unlawfully against their will.
Receiving Stolen Goods: The knowledgable taking of goods which do not belong to the proffering entity.
Resisting Arrest: Failure to cooperate with an officer of the law, having identified themselves or being obvious as such, in their attempt to apprehend said person.
Riot: A tumultuous disturbance of the peace, by three persons or more assembling together of their own authority, with an intent, mutually to assist each other against any who shall oppose them, in the execution of some enterprise of a private nature, and afterwards actually executing the same in a violent and turbulent manner, to the terror of the people, whether the act intended were of itself lawful or unlawful.
Robbery: The felonious and forcible taking from the person of another, goods or money to any value, by violence or putting him in fear.
Rustling: The theft of livestock, especially cattle.
Sale of Stolen Goods: Knowledgable passing of goods which were not obtained through legitimate means.
Sedition: Conduct which is directed against a government and which tends toward insurrection but does not amount to treason.
Selling Alcohol without a License: The sale of beverages of an alcoholic nature, without licensure from a local authority.
Selling Goods without a License: The sale of any manner of goods, without licensure from a local authority.
Shipwrecking: To cause a ship to be destroyed, as by storm or collision, or to cause a passenger or sailor on a ship to suffer shipwreck.
Shop Lifting: The theft of merchandise from a store or vendor that is open for business.
Slander: Oral communication of false statements injurious to a person’s reputation.
Smuggling: The fraudulent taking into a country, or out of it, merchandise which is lawfully prohibited. To bring something into a location secretly or by fraud.
Soliciting for Prostitution without License: The proferring of sex for hire, without licensure from a local authority.
Sorcery: Divination by the assistance, or supposed assistance, of evil spirits, or the power of commanding evil spirits.
Swindling/Confidence Games, Conducting of: To cheat or defraud of money, especially with games of chance, where conditions are preset to provide an advantage to the “house” or performer.
Tax Evasion: Willfully attempting to evade or defeat the payment of taxes
Theft: The secret and felonious abstraction of the property of another for sake of lucre, without their consent.
Treason: Betrayal, treachery against, or breach of allegiance, usually with regard to nationality or fealty; conduct consisting of levying war against said state or of adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort.
Use of False Weights: The sale of goods, whose weight determines the price, by substituting heavier weights for weights of known value with intent to defraud.
Vagrancy: Living idly without any settled home, especially those who refuse to work, or go about begging.
Witchcraft: An act of employing sorcery, especially with malevolent intent, and the exercise of supernatural powers.

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