What is an example of a crime of omission?

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The word omission has a number of meanings in different fields. The word can refer to something that has been neglected or omitted. In criminal law, the word will constitute an actus reus and it will give rise to liability merely when the law obliges a duty to act and the defendant is in a breach of that duty. In Catholic teachings, it refers to a failure to do something a person can and ought to do.
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o·mis·sion
[oh-mish-uhn]
NOUN
1.
the act of omitting.
2.
the state of being omitted.
3.
something left out, not done, or neglected: an important omission in a report.
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