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Chapter 8 Assignment Answers

Chapter 8 Assignment Answers - aware and had the intention...

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Evelyn Tavares Business Law 101 Chapter 8 Assignment Answers 3. Yes, there is enough intent and action for a crime. If the police had not arrived in time, Barker and the others would have finished the action, taking all the merchandise; although I would probably classify the crime as Burglary. 4. No, she voluntarily intoxicated herself, knowing the possible consequences of doing so. In result of her negligence a person was killed. This defense is not valid at all. 6. No, Ballistrea and Ricotta-with knowledge that their marketing scheme was in contravention of the law-repeatedly instructed persons to whom they had sent unauthorized literature touting the medicinal powers of the REM and the Miracle Cream to conceal their use and possession of this information because the FDA might discover their unlawful activity. It shows they were
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Unformatted text preview: aware and had the intention of violating the federal law for making medical claims concerning LER products. 9. Yes, he was guilty, because he used someone else’s money without the person’s knowledge to benefit himself. He committed embezzlement, even if he was delivering the money on time because the fact that the defendant intends to return the property or money embezzled or does in fact do so is no defense. 12. While its original use was to prosecute the Mafia as well as others who were actively engaged in organized crime, its application has been more widespread. So, involvement with organized crime is not a requirement for liability under RICO anymore....
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