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Unformatted text preview: 128). The biggest difference in the three is that robbery is considered a violent crime, and forceful means were used to steal the property. All three crimes do have one thing in common and that is they all revolve around theft. Also, all three have several things taken into account when the alleged suspect is tried. The value of what was stolen, the means by which it was stolen, and the level of pain and suffering to the victim are all considered in each of the three crimes. In closing, at first glance, these three crimes seem to be all the same. They all seem to circle around theft. However, given the three different circumstances in which the theft took place, there are different terminologies and laws used. UNIT 3 ASSIGN REFERENCES Miller, R., & Jentz, G. (2009) Fundamentals of Business Law Part I. Pages 127-128....
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