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Embezzlement . burglary. larceny. Skip is accused of a crime. Skip can refuse to provide information about his allegedly criminal activities if the police do not promise to keep the information confidential. under no circumstances. if he suspects the information will be used to prosecute him. If the information is “fruit of the poisonous tree.”
Crimes occurring in a business context are popularly referred to as white-collar crime.
Dirk, an employee of Ergonomic Elevators, Inc., pays Ferbie, an employee of Ergonomic’s competitor G-Force Risers Company, for a secret G-Force pricing schedule. This is
A crime can be committed only against persons.
A stolen credit card is more likely to hurt the cardholder than a merchant. True False
Sun-Hi, who operates a Pan-Asian restaurant in her apartment, is charged with criminal violations of the local health and building codes, state license regulations, and federal environmental statutes. The standard of proof to find a defendant who has been charged with a crime guilty is
A kickback for a special favor or service is a form of bribery in some situations.
Changing a trademark is forgery.
A company takes a risk by storing its online customers’ credit-card numbers. True False
Herb, a computer programmer for Inventory Control Corporation, is arrested in his employer’s parking lot on suspicion of larceny. Herb must be informed of his right to a trial by jury.
All persons who are arrested have the constitutional right to remain silent.
Sandy, a businessperson, is convicted of RICO offenses. Sandy’s penalties may include
Paxton uses social media to post links that, when clicked, secretly install software on hundreds of others’ personal computers without their owners’ knowledge Paxton’s software is harmful to the computers on which he installed it. This program is Malware . badware. infectware. Harmware
Chapter 8 Fact Pattern 8–1
Teatro Restoration, Inc., begins renovating an old theater for Urban Edge Productions, but after three months Teatro demands an extra $250,000. Urban Edge agrees to pay. Refer to Fact Pattern 8–1. If Teatro says it is asking for the extra $250,000 because ordinary business expenses have increased, the agreement is

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