Assault is legally defined as unconsented touching.
The slightest intentional touch, can constitute assault if it is not consented to, by the person being touched.
Domestic Assault is not actually a separate charge. It is just a simple assault that is treated differently because of public policy.
Sexual Assault is an assault with the added element of contact for a sexual purpose.
There is no longer a charge of rape, which required penetration. All that is required for this charge is an unconsented touching, for a sexual purpose.
Sexual Interference is the touching for a sexual purpose of a person under the age of 14. This offence has a minimum penalty of 14 days in jail, if convicted summarily or 45 days if convicted by indictment.
Sexual Exploitation is the sexual assault of or sexual interference with, or the invitation to sexual touching of a person under the age of 18, by a person in a position of trust or authority over the young person.
Invitation to Sexual Touching
This is the inciting, conselling, the invitation of the attempt to convince, for a sexual purpose, a person under the age of 14, to touch a person.
Assault with weapon or Assault Causing Bodily Harm
These are hybrid offences where weapons are used or brandished, or used to threaten a complainant or actual bodily harm is caused to the complainant.
Aggravated Assault is an assault with some elevated grievous element which " wounds, maims, disfigur[ing] or by endanger[ing] the life of the complainant ".
This is a strictly indictable offence, for which there is no minimum penalty and the maximum is fourteen years imprisonment.
Theft is the taking of a good or service from its owner or rightful possessor. The crime or offence is divided into those offences where the value of the goods taken is over $5000 and those where the value of the goods is less than $5000.
Possession of Stolen Property or Property Obtained by Crime is the offence of having or possessing property which was transferred by a criminal offence such as theft, extortion, robbery etc. The accused person must know, or be willfully blind to the fact that the property was obtained by crime.
Robbery is the taking of property by the use of force or the threat of the use of force.
Break and Enter
Break and Enter is the entrance into a building for the purpose of committing an indictable offence or the unlawful entrance into a home, house or abode.
Murder is the unlawful killing of a person, after planning and devising of the means to kill the person