The creation of a false document knowing it to be false with the intent that it should be used as genuine to the prejudice of another.


the general act of sexual intercourse between unmarried individuals; may or may not be adultery but refers to the relationship between the individuals engaged in the action

Fourteenth Amendment

An amendment to the U.S. Constitution as a part of the Civil War amendments designed to give full civil and legal rights to slaves, incorporated the Bill of Rights into state law, created the due process clause, and is known as the greatest expansion of individual rights since the Bill of Rights

Fourth Amendment

An amendment to the U.S. Constitution against unreasonable search or arrest.


1)  to grant freedoms or rights to an individual or party 2) a business relationship in which a primary owner grants license or permits other businesses to utilize space or trademarks


A community pledge in medieval England where a number of people were jointly held responsible for the denunciation of any crime within their group.


Deceitful conduct designed to manipulate another person to give up something of value.

Fraudulent Conveyance

A transfer of an interest in property done with intent to defeat creditors or others of their just and lawful entitlements.


the capacity in which a group or individual maintains rights or liberties


Use of real estate for an indeterminate time.