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10. Jennings operated a courier service to collect and deliver money. The contract with his customers allowed Jennings a day or so to deliver the

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10. Jennings operated a courier service to collect and
deliver money. The contract with his customers
allowed Jennings a day or so to deliver the money that
had been collected. Instead of holding collections until
delivered, Jennings made short—term investments with
the money. He always made deliveries to the customers
on time, but because he kept the profit from the
investments for himself, Jennings was prosecuted for
embezzlement. Was he guilty? [New York 11 jennings,
504 NE2d 1079 (NY)]

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I QUESTIONS AND CASE PROBLEMS 1. Bernard Flinn operated a business known as Harvey Investment 00., Inc./ High Risk Loans. Flinn worked
as a loan broker, matching those who came to him
with lenders willing to loan them money given the
amount and credit history. From 1982 through 1985,
Flinn found loans for five people. Indiana requires that
persons engaged in the business of brokering loans
obtain a license from the state. Flinn was prosecuted
for brokering loans without having a license. He raised
the defense that he did not know that a license was
required and that, accordingly, he lacked the criminal
intent to broker loans without having a license. Does
Flinn have a good defense? [Flinn 1/ Indiana, 563
NE2d 536 (Ind)l criminal action? [1-1. 1., Inc. 11 Northwestern Bell Cam,
420 NW 2d 673 (Minn App)] . Baker and others entered a Wal—Mart store shortly after 3:00 AM. by cutting through the metal door with
an acetylene torch. Some of the merchandise in the
store was moved to the rear door, but the police
arrived before the merchandise could be taken from
the store. Baker was prosecuted for larceny. He raised
the defense that he was not guilty of larceny; there had
not been any taking of the merchandise because it had
never left the store. Is there enough intent and action
for a crime? [Tennessee 1) Baker, 751 SW2d 154 (Tenn APP” . Gail drove her automobile after having had dinner and several drinks. She fell asleep at the wheel and ran over
and killed a pedestrian. Prosecuted for manslaughter,
she raised the defense that she did not intend to hurt
anyone and because of the drinks did not know what
she was doing. Was this a valid defense?7

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