There is no explicit definition for the term “crime” in the Holy Quran, still some deeds are noted as its instances. For example, heresy, hypocrisy, sodomy, short weight, and not visiting and helping relatives are clear cases of crime. By definition, a crime needs to be intentional and committing a crime is out of question when the forbidden deed is done unintentionally. To have a clear understanding of the term “delinquent” one can compare it with the terms that convey the same meaning like “Moznib” (sinful), “Mosei” (offensive), “Othim” (guilty), “Fasigh” (evil-doer) in the Holy book. Delinquent is a person who insists on doing wrong and unpleasant deeds and refuses to avoid such actions. Instances of delinquents in the Holy book are luxuriant, slander, liar, pagan, aggressor, hypocrite, rebel, idolatrous, and arrogant. In addition to the penalties in this life, committing a crime results in punishment in the other life. Earthy penalties for the wrong doer include decrease of livelihood, shorter lifetime, rejection of prays, cruelty, disaster, and rule of sinners on them. As to the punishments in the other life are facing with their wrong deeds, hardship and ignominy, rejection of good deeds, deprivation from intercession, thirst, darken heart, psychological punishment and entering hell. God warns criminals in many cases. To warn is to inform people about divine punishments or rewards in return of their deeds. The purpose sought after by God through warning the delinquents is to lead them toward truth, piety, avoiding sins, divine suffering, achieving divine blessing, and giving all the reasons needed.