C131+Z08+STATUTES+Word+2003

C131+Z08+STATUTES+Word+2003 - 1. FEDERAL ORGANIZED CRIME...

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1. FEDERAL ORGANIZED CRIME STATUTES 1. Internal Revenue Code 2. Controlled Substances Statutes 3. The Hobbs Act 4. Conspiracy 5. RICO 6. Continuing Criminal Enterprise Statute (CCE) 7. Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) 8. Forfeiture 9. Money Laundering 2. Internal Revenue Code _1927 U.S. Supreme Court ruling. _United States v. Sullivan (274 U.S. 259). _Denied 5 th Amendment as excuse for failure to file income tax in illegally gained earnings. _Federal government successfully used this decision to prosecute Al Capone. He was 3. Controlled Substances Statutes _1914 Harrison Act: _1984 Comprehensive Crime Control Act. _1986 Anti-Drug Abuse Act. _1988 Anti-Drug Abuse Amendments. 4. The Hobbs Act _18 U.S.C. §§ 1951-55. _It is a federal crime to engage in criminal behavior that interferes with interstate commerce. _Example: “Operation Greylord”
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This note was uploaded on 09/14/2008 for the course CRM LAW SC 131 taught by Professor Bickford during the Spring '08 term at UC Irvine.

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