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Chapter6slides - Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes...

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Unformatted text preview: Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes Conduct-based  Two required elements Criminal Act Intent (different levels)  Separate from any related tort  Corporations can be guilty of criminal conduct Societal Protection  Rehabilitation  Deter the criminal and others  Avoid personal retribution Robbery Taken by force  Burglary Breaking In.to commit a felony Now taking property from a building  Larceny Any taking of property  Distinction gone in many states The unlawful burning of a building  Historically, only applied to the home of another  Now, burning ones own building is arson, if purpose it to obtain insurance Embezzlement Criminal properly had access, but improperly kept or took property  Mail and Wire Fraud  Bankruptcy Fraud  Insider Trading Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act  Pattern of Racketeering by an Enterprise...
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