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Statute Interpretation - 165.55 Criminal possession of...

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1 § 165.55 Criminal possession of stolen property; presumptions ... 2. A collateral loan broker or a person in the business of buying, selling or otherwise dealing in property who possesses stolen property is presumed to know that such property was stolen if he obtained it without having ascertained by reasonable inquiry that the person from whom he obtained it had a legal right to possess it.
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2 § 190.55 Making a false statement of credit terms A person is guilty of making a false statement of credit terms when he knowingly and willfully violates the provisions of chapter two of the act of congress entitled "Truth in Lending Act" and the regulations thereunder, as such act and regulations may from time to time be amended, by understating or failing to state the interest rate required to be disclosed, or by failing to make or by making a false or inaccurate or incomplete statement of other credit terms in violation of such act. Making a false statement of credit terms is a class A misdemeanor.
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3 Anyone who Morris intentionally accesses a federal interest computer without authorization, and by means …of such conduct … prevents authorized use of any such computer … , and thereby (A) causes loss, to others, of more than $1000, in 1 year. ... ?
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4 Anyone who Morris intentionally = Adverb accesses a federal interest computer without authorization , and by means …of such conduct … prevents authorized use of any such computer … , and thereby (A) causes loss, to others, of more than $1000, in 1 year. ... verb phrase #1 verb phrase #2
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5 Anyone who intentionally } MR accesses }AR1 a federal interest computer }AR2 without authorization, }AR3 and by means … of such conduct… prevents authorized use of any such computer … , and thereby (A) causes loss…. . MR-AR1-AR2-AR3-AR4 } AR4 Morris
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6 AR1-MR1-AR2-AR3 , e.g., Whoever, in any matter within the jurisdiction of any department or agency of the United States knowingly…makes any false … statements… is guilty of a felony
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7 MR-AR1-AR2 [,] AR3 [,] AR4 . .. [e.g., Whoever intentionally }MR seizes [AR1] a person, [AR2] without authority of law , [AR3] and confines him [AR4] against his will [AR5] is guilty of afelony]
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8 MR-AR1-AR2 [,] AR3 [,] AR4 . .. [e.g., Whoever intentionally }MR seizes [AR1] a person , [AR2] without authority of law , [AR3] and confines him [AR4] against his will [AR5] is guilty of afelony]
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9 Anyone who intentionally accesses a federal interest computer without authorization , and by means … of such conduct…prevents authorized use of any such computer … , and thereby causes loss…. .
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10 Whoever intentionally [MR] breaks[AR1] and enters into [AR2] the dwelling house [AR3] of another [AR4] in the night [AR5] is guilty of a felony .
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2008 for the course LAW 1010 taught by Professor Cavanaugh during the Spring '00 term at St. Johns Duplicate.

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