What Does Malice Mean?


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Evelyn Vaz answered
Malice is usually considered to be as a desire to harm others or even to see people around you hurt. In terms of law it is referred to as intent without any just cause or reason. It is derived from the Middle English. Old French and even Latin word malitia, from malus, which means bad.
Malice can be seen in two ways. One is express malice is when one side gives a very clear picture of the intention to commit a crime to another party. The second is known as implied malice takes place when a nefarious or unlawful doings, where either one may cause a death or even harm another.
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Anonymous answered
To have an urge to cause harm to another person.

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