A Minor is someone under 18 years of age and unable to sue or be sued without representation, other than for wages.
A Minority Shareholder is a shareholder holding less than 50% of the total shares available.
A Miscarriage of Justice is the conviction and punishment of a person for a crime they did not commit.
Mitigating Circumstances are circumstances that may be considered by a court in determining culpability of a defendant or the extent of damages to be awarded to a plaintiff. Mitigating circumstances do not justify or excuse an offense but may reduce the severity of a charge.
Mitigation is an attempt to excuse the offence committed by submitting reasons on behalf of a guilty party in order to minimise the sentence.
The process of transforming the proceeds of crime into ostensibly legitimate money or other assets.
A loan of money advanced to purchase property. The transfer of the property is withheld as security for payment.
A Motion is an application to the High Court by one party for an order in their favour.
Motive is the purpose behind an action.
Murder is the unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another. What differentiates Murder from Manslaughter is malice aforethought.