An act defined in the law as punishable by fines, imprisonment or both is referred to as:

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  1. Garry
    An act defined in the law as punishable by fines, imprisonment or both is referred to as a "social justice" act. This is because without these laws society would be unable to define what is "right" and "wrong" in a legal sense.
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