Thanaraj : Hey guys, Pn.Zainariah told us to do some articles English Week. She said it can be about anything. So, what do you think guys?? Any ideas??
Sara : I have no idea Thana. What do you think, Yoha??
Yoha : Let us do a simple topic. How about crimes??
Thanaraj : Bingo! Let get started!
Kishyen : Wait guys! We can’t just do something and hand it over to her. Lets discuss on crimes first.
Sara : He’s right. So, ok! What comes to you about crimes? Can you tell us the meaning of crime if possible?
Yoha : Well, crime is one of the oldest social problems. Almost every generation has felt itself threatened by increasing crime and violation. Crime is a term that refers to the misconduct forbidden by law. Examples of crimes are stealing materialistic things, resisting an arrest, possessing or selling illegal drugs, driving while under influence of alcohol and robbing a bank. Well, do you know anything, Kishyen?
Kishyen : Honestly speaking, I do know some about crimes. You see, from a legal standpoint, crimes can be divided into two, I.e, criminal law and civil law. Criminal law deals with actions considered harmful to the society. Civil law can be described as the criminal act for causing injury to another person under violation.
Sara : He’s right. On the other hand, a person who commits crime is called a criminal. But the term is sometimes used only for a person who commits such a serious crimes. At other times, the term refers to habitual criminals. Thanaraj, can you describe to us about types of crimes?
Thanaraj : Crimes can be described to various ways. Crimes are often divied between the acts that most people would consider evil and acts that lawmaker decide should be regulated in the interest of the community. There are many types of crime groups. They are indictable crime, summary crime, crimes against people and property, crimes against public order or morality, organized crime, and...