causing crime

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  • criminogenic — crim·i·no·gen·ic /ˌkri mə nō je nik/ adj: producing or leading to crime to narrow the demoralizing and criminogenic abyss between affluent and poor Elliott Currie Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • criminogenic — /krim euh neuh jen ik/, adj. producing or tending to produce crime or criminals: a criminogenic environment. Also, crimogenic /kruy meuh jen ik/. [CRIMIN(AL) + O + GENIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • criminogenic — /krɪmənoʊˈdʒɛnɪk/ (say krimuhnoh jenik) adjective producing crime or criminality: alcohol is a criminogenic substance …   Australian English dictionary

  • criminogenic — [ˌkrɪmɪnə dʒɛnɪk] adjective causing or likely to cause criminal behaviour …   English new terms dictionary

  • criminogenic — crim·i·no·gen·ic …   English syllables

  • criminogenic — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Organized crime — Crime syndicate redirects here. For the DC Comics group of villains, see Crime Syndicate. For other uses, see Organized crime (disambiguation). Al Capone, a name often associated with organized crime …   Wikipedia

  • CRIMINOLOGY — Traditional Jewish criminal law based the treatment of the offender on the idea of the freedom of will and on the principle that the severity of the punishment should fit the nature of the violation. Until modern times no consideration was given… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Crime in Sydney — is primarily fought by the New South Wales Police and supporting government institutions. Crime in Sydney is very unevenly distributed,[1] with different categories of crime rising and falling in areas as localised as well as wider criminogenic… …   Wikipedia

  • Roper v. Simmons — SCOTUSCase Litigants=Roper v. Simmons ArgueDate=October 13 ArgueYear=2004 DecideDate=March 1 DecideYear=2005 FullName=Donald P. Roper, Superintendent, Potosi Correctional Center, Petitioner v. Christopher Simmons USVol=543 USPage=551 Docket=03… …   Wikipedia

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