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There are two major types of law, one is the civil law and another is the criminal law, both the laws are different from each other in every aspect, but both these laws have their own importance in the society at large. The civil laws looks after the matter that are related to the private issue between people relating to land, property, agreements and contracts. On the other hand the criminal law deals with issues related to whole society and the civil law is known as the private law and the criminal law is known as the public law, as in criminal law the crime is committed against the whole society. A crime is basically an act or an omission of an act which is done in violation of the public law that forbids such acts.

Crime includes both kind of offences which can be minor and as well as serious. Minor offences are theft, shoplifting and major offences include murder, rape, causing bodily injury. The punishments also varies according to the gravity of the offence, as for minor offences the punishments are also minor and for major crimes the punishments are also severe in nature. The punishments ranges from small fines to capital punishments, although capital punishments have been banned in most of the countries, and now the people are given the punishment of lifetime imprisonment.

The main element that should be present to hold a person liable under criminal law is the presence of “actus reus”  which means an act and another essential element is “mens rea” which means a criminal mind, when both these elements are present only then a person can be held liable under the criminal law. These are the two most essential that should be present to regard an act as a criminal offence, and then the person is punished accordingly with the severity of the crime committed and the effect it had on a person or a property.

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