To speak about criminal law, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Punish - to make someone suffer because they have done something bad;
Commit crimes - to do something that is considered wrong, or that is illegal;
Trespassing - going on someone's land without their permission;
Fine - to officially demand money;
Probation - a period of time when a criminal must behave well and not commit any more crimes in order to avoid being sent to prison;
Offend - to commit a crime;
Jail - a place where criminals are kept as a punishment;
Assault - an attack;
Battery - the crime of hitting someone;
Capital punishment - when someone is killed by the state for committing a serious crime;
Murder - the crime of intentionally killing someone.
If she offends again, she'll go to prison.
He ended up in jail.
She was charged with attempted murder.