A crime is an act committed or an _______ of duty injurious to the public welfare, for which punishment is prescribed by law, imposed in judicial proceeding, usually brought about by the state.
Public urination is legal.
The Australian Constitution considers criminal law to be a federal responsibility.
For an act or omission to be considered criminal, a ______ mind is also needed.
Adultery is a threat to a functioning society.
One of the main reasons that an action may be considered a crime is that it interferes with the ______ of others?
What does the 'R' stand for in the following case name: R v Adam  QCA 41
Growing small amounts of cannabis is legal in which Australian jurisdiction?