Crime of Passion

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A crime committed in the heat of passion, i.e., one that is not premeditated
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In my opinion, those murders should be understood apart from the terms tore--honor killing and crime of passion.
In some ways, Georges fit the stereotype of the outraged husband who commits a crime of passion against his faithless wife.
Del Toro didn't know Flores well, Grace added, so it is unlikely her death could have been a crime of passion.
Colleagues insist Ramirez was not involved in drugs, that the marijuana was planted, and that allegations of him being the victim of a crime of passion are equally groundless.
When a Western man kills his lover or wife, it is called a crime of passion," says Mohammed Haj Yahya; an Arab sociologist at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
The next day he murders Carl, but it's not a crime of passion, certainly not a fit of jealousy.
The disastrous results of Leland's obsession with Angel culminate in a crime of passion which costs Sam his life.
The police are looking into his current involvements as a barangay coordinator, and crime of passion as angles to the investigation.
Police believe the murder of a Moldovan woman in Larnaca over the weekend was a crime of passion.
It is important because they descend from Crime Of Passion, a mare I bought at the very start - i t makes it even more special.
It's more like a crime of passion," Deputy Judge Amanda Woodcock was quoted as saying.
Rachel Hedworth, defending, told the court: "This is a classic crime of passion.

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