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What is the Difference Between a Federal Crime and a State Crime?
What is the Difference Between a Federal Crime and a State Crime?

Federal and state crimes differ by codes and laws. A federal crime is one in which the defendant breaks a federal legal code. This is a violation of a statute that has been passed by the United States Congress. A state crime is a violation of an ordinance or statute passed ...

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