The act imposes severe civil and criminal penalties

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Unformatted text preview: of terminating organized crime’s infiltration of legitimate businesses. The act imposes severe civil and criminal penalties for enterprises that engage in a pattern of racketeering, which is defined as the commission of two or more Criminal Law Criminal RIMES AGAINST BUSINESS n the United States, crimes against business the property amount to losses in the hundreds of billions of dollars each year. In this section, you will learn about several serious property crimes: will 1) larceny, (2) embezzlement, (3) false pretenses, 1) (4) robbery, (5) burglary, (6) extortion and Criminal Law Criminal arceny (theft) lements: (1) trespassory (2) taking and (3) lements: carrying away of (4) personal property (5) of another (6) with the intent to deprive the victim permanently of the goods (not necessarily by permanently force). force). Criminal Law Criminal mbezzlement efined as the (a) fraudulent (b) conversion of (c) efined the property (d) of another (e) by one who is in lawful possession of it. Conversion is any...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2013 for the course BLAW 3201 taught by Professor Fry during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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