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1. What are two of the different legal categories of homicide? Discuss each type and provide an example of a homicide that would fall under the category. First degree murder: which is when someone has the intent of actually killing someone. An example of this is if a wife caught her husband cheating, she wanted to kill him and did. Involuntary manslaughter is when you Accidently kill someone by being reckless. An example of this is speeding though a school zone and accidently killing a kid that walked out into the street because you couldn’t stop in time. 2. What is larceny? Provide an example of an act that would fall into this category of crime. Larceny is when you take something that doesn’t belong to you without permission of the owner. (Basically stealing/Theft) An example of this is if someone was to put a candy bar in their pocket at the supermarket with the intent of never paying for it. 3. What are serial murders and mass murders? How do these two categories of crime differ?
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