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A person commits a robbery when, having the intent to commit a theft, the person does any of the following acts to assist or further the commission of the intended theft or the person’s escape from the scene thereof with or without the stolen property...
Tagged topics: assault
An unlawful assembly is three or more persons assembled together, with them or any of them acting in a violent manner, and with intent that they or any of them will commit a public offense. A person who willingly joins in or remains a part of an unlaw...
Tagged topics: assembliesunlawful assembly
In all cases, except those enumerated in section 802.1, 802.2, 802.2A, 802.2B, 802.2C, 802.2D, or 802.10, an indictment or information for a felony or aggravated or serious misdemeanor shall be found within three years after its commission.
Tagged topics: feloniesmisdemeanors
A person commits abuse of a human corpse if the person does any of the following: Mutilates, disfigures, or dismembers a human corpse with the intent to conceal a crime. Hides or buries a human corpse with the intent to conceal a crime. Fails to discl...
It shall be unlawful to employ, use, persuade, induce, entice, coerce, solicit, knowingly permit, or otherwise cause or attempt to cause a minor to engage in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of a prohibited sexual act. A person must know, ...
A person having knowledge of the commission by another of a felony indictable in this state who receives any consideration for a promise to conceal such crime, or not to prosecute or aid or give evidence to the prosecution of such crime, compounds tha...
Criminal mischief is criminal mischief in the fourth degree if any of the following apply: The cost of replacing, repairing, or restoring the property that is damaged, defaced, altered, or destroyed exceeds three hundred dollars, but does not exceed s...
Tagged topics: criminal mischief
A “forcible felony” is any felonious child endangerment, assault, murder, sexual abuse, kidnapping, robbery, human trafficking, arson in the first degree, or burglary in the first degree. Notwithstanding subsection 1, the following offenses are no...
Any precinct election official shall order the arrest of any person who behaves in a noisy, riotous, tumultuous or disorderly manner at or about the polls, so as to disturb the election, or insults or abuses the officials, or commits a breach of the p...
This subchapter may be cited as the “Fair Access to Insurance Requirements Plan Act”, or the “FAIR Plan Act” .