New Law, Old Crime
If an 'action'' was comitted on June 1st, and at the time it was not considered a crime, if a law is created on August 1st, which now constituites the ''action'' that occured as a crime, can the person be prosecuted?
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Re: New Law, Old Crime
The answer is no. You cannot be charged with a crime that wasn't a crime at the time of the act.
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