Crimes that are usually also Torts – actionable via Criminal and Civil Proceedings:

Crime – a wrongful act that the state or federal government has identified as a crime because it injures or interferes with the interest of society.  Crimes are prosecuted via the Executive Branch through a process called criminal proceedings.

Tort – wrongful acts that cause Injury to rights, person, &/or property.  Torts are prosecuted via civil proceedings.

     Crimes listed below are both crimes and torts:

Color of Law Crimes – abuse of authority by government official(s) by using of the appearance (“color”) of law in order to deprive someone of a right or commit fraud.

Fraud – a knowing misrepresentation or knowing concealment of a material fact made to induce another to act to his or her detriment.

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