There are currently 16 names in this directory beginning with the letter R.
Originally, an organized conspiracy to commit extortion. Today, punishable offense created by Congress aimed at eradicating organized crime by providing for enhanced sanctions and new remedies to be used in dealing with the illegal activities of persons involved in organized crime.
Sex without consent. May be forcible or by intoxication, with a person who is underage and unable to give consent, or with a person with diminished mental and/or physical capabilities.
Receiving Stolen Property
A crime at common law that property be stolen by someone other than the person being charged with receiving it; that the person receiving it has actually received the property or aided in concealing it; that the person has knowledge that the property has been stolen; (in some jurisdictions) that the person received it with wrongful intent.
Careless, inattentive to duty; foolishly heedless of danger; rash adventurous, indifferent to consequences; mindless; very negligent.
Refers to conduct without concern for consequences or danger. Compare negligence.
An act that does or could cause injury to another, not necessarily with intent.
To return an individual to custody pending further trial, or to return a case from an appellate to a lower court for further proceedings.
Remedying the Effects of Identity Theft
Prepared by the Federal Trade Commission, this document must be given to applicants/employees who believe they are victims of identity theft. The current (and only) version of this document was released on 11/19/04.
A person who has been admitted to permanent resident status but has not been granted citizenship.
Payment made by a defendant to a victim as reimbursement for monetary losses incurred as a result of the crime.
An order granted without notice or hearing, demanding the preservation of the status quo until a hearing can be held to determine the propriety of injunctive relief, temporary or permanent. A restraining order is always temporary, since it is granted pending a hearing; it is often called a TRO, a temporary restraining order.
Retired (as Disposition)
The case can be brought up within the next year is the individual is arrested for anything. It is the judge's decision and only he can take action. If the individual remains clean, then the case can be dismissed.