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Criminal nuisance
The laws of criminal nuisance vary from state to state, but most states have several degrees of criminal nuisance. For example, NY Penal Code distinguishes Criminal nuisance in the second and first degree. A person is guilty of criminal nuisance in the second degree when: 1. By conduct either unlawful in itself or unreasonable under all the … Full Definition »
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