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The statute provides: “Purposely altering, concealing, removing, mutilating,obliterating, destroying, or taking a public record, with the intent to do so” is acrime. “Public record” is defined by statute as including “records, reports,statements, or data compilations, in any form, of public offices or agencies.”William and Kate were lovers and also students at a public university. Kate didpoorly on an exam. After talking with her professor, Kate became convinced thatshe deserved a better grade, and that the professor was being grossly unfair. Katetold William, who became upset because he also believed the professor was beingunfair. William, who was a student of computer science, figured out the password tolog into the university computer where student exam grades were stored. Williamlogged into the university computer and changed Kate’s grade on the exam froman F to an A. Did William commit the crime?
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Question 37 out of 7 points“A person commits theft when he knowingly obtains, by deception, control overthe property of the owner and intends to deprive the owner permanently of theuse or benefit of the property. ‘Property’ means anything of value.” Cloobywanted to take his girlfriend, Alamuddin, to eat a nice dinner at an expensiveseafood restaurant, but he lacked the money. So Clooby decided to try to scamthe restaurant. Clooby took Alamuddin to the restaurant, and the two sat downfor dinner. They ordered appetizers, entrees, dessert, and a bottle of wine. Atthe end of the dinner, the waitperson brought them a bill for $200. Clooby took