endanger
en·dan·ger vt: to bring into danger or peril
vi: to create a dangerous situation
charged with driving to endanger

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

endanger
I verb abuse, be careless with, be malevolent, bring into peril, bully, compromise, damage, dare, expose, expose to danger, expose to injury, expose to loss, harm, hazard, hurt, impair, imperil, in discrimen, in periculum, injure, jeopardize, leave defenseless, leave unprotected, make insecure, make liable to danger, make liable to injury, make unsafe, make vulnerable, maltreat, menace, misuse, molest, peril, persecute, prey upon, put in hazard, put in jeopardy, risk, risk exposure to harm, speculate with, stake, subject to loss, terrify, terrorize, threaten, torment, torture, victimize, violate associated concepts: endanger life, endanger safety II index expose, jeopardize

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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