CRIMES — GENERAL PROVISIONS
Name and interpretation.
Jurisdiction of state over crime.
Common-law crimes abolished; common-law rules preserved.
Criminal conduct or contributory negligence of victim no defense.
Provisions which apply only to chapters 939 to 951.
Words and phrases defined.
DEFENSES TO CRIMINAL LIABILITY.
Self-defense and defense of others.
Defense of property and protection against retail theft.
Classification of felonies.
Classification of misdemeanors.
Classification of forfeitures.
Felony and misdemeanor defined.
Penalty when none expressed.
Lifetime supervision of serious sex offenders.
Increased penalty for habitual criminality.
Increased penalty for certain domestic abuse offenses.
Committing a serious sex crime while infected with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, HIV or a sexually transmitted disease.
Increased penalty; repeat serious sex crimes.
Increased penalty; repeat serious violent crimes.
Increased penalty for criminal gang crimes.
Penalties; use of a dangerous weapon.
Penalties; violent crime in a school zone.
Penalties; assault or battery in secured juvenile facilities or to aftercare agent.
Penalties; use of bulletproof garment.
Penalty; concealing identity.
Penalty; crimes committed against certain people or property.
Penalty; crimes committed using information obtained from the sex offender registry.
Increased penalty; violent felony committed against elder person.
RIGHTS OF THE PROSECUTION.
Prosecution under more than one section permitted.
Conviction of included crime permitted.
RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED.
Presumption of innocence and burden of proof.
Limitation on the number of convictions.
No conviction of both inchoate and completed crime.
Criminal penalty permitted only on conviction.
Time limitations on prosecutions.
Death or harm to an unborn child.