Criminal Law

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Criminal Law refers to the law set up by a state to penalize violations of the social order. Violations of criminal law are thought to be offenses so grave as to endanger the state or its moral order; this contrasts with private law, like tort law, where the offense sued upon is an offense against only a single person.

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