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  • ...it computer crimes. Understanding the range of motivations behind computer crimes is likely to assist counsel for the defense. It may soon appear, for exampl Defendants in computer crime cases have attempted to commit other crimes while on bail including threatening witnesses, and being quite vocal in the
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  • ...ons. Analogously, a number of widely publicized cases considered "computer crimes" have been prosecuted pursuant to federal proscriptions of interstate trans
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  • Financial Crimes Enforcement Network<br> AGENCY: Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), Department of the Treasury.<br>
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  • ...initiated by a grant jury indictment. This would include federal computer crimes brought under 18 U.S.C.A. § 1030.[[FN91]]
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  • Many computer crimes are collusive in nature. These crimes involve a person with a great deal of computer knowledge working with someo
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  • Fla Stat § 815.03(3); George, Contemporary Legislation Governing Computer Crimes, 21 Crim L Bull 389 (1985).
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  • Intent is discussed in § 130. As to the mental element in crimes, generally, see 21 Am. Jur. 2d, Criminal Law §§ 81 et seq.
    407 bytes (57 words) - 12:45, 2 March 2009
  • ...na RS § 13-2301(E)(2). George, Contemporary Legislation Governing Computer Crimes, 21 Crim L Bull 389 (1985).
    335 bytes (42 words) - 11:05, 3 March 2009
  • George, Contemporary Legislation Governing Computer Crimes, 21 Crim L Bull 389 (1985).
    522 bytes (67 words) - 12:19, 28 February 2009
  • ...Computer Crime Dig 1 (Oct 1983). See, generally, G Naftalis, White Collar Crimes pp 1–10 (ALI).
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  • Some jurisdictions have a specified statute of limitations for computer crimes. Others leave it to the general provisions of the state's penal code to def
    545 bytes (89 words) - 18:26, 22 February 2009
  • ...btained.[[FN60]] This statute has been applied to various computer-related crimes, including fraudulent computerized transfers of funds.[[FN61]] Computer sof
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  • The term "alter" in statutes defining crimes of computer tampering refers to its ordinary meaning of "change" or "modify
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  • ...as a manual system, and whether the auditing system detected any computer crimes prior to the instant case.
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  • ...the scene where the alleged computer crime took place. Unlike traditional crimes, the scenes of a computer crime can be spread anywhere on the globe where t Numerous reporters may investigate well-publicized computer crimes. As a result, some news accounts may disclose witnesses who are not known t
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  • ...tutional requirement of a grand jury indictment with respect to "infamous" crimes is a limitation only on the federal government. 38 Am. Jur. 2d, Grand Jury
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  • The Minnesota instructions also define two computer crimes, computer damage[[FN65]] and computer theft.[[FN66]] For each crime, an ins ...e's burden of proof by emphasizing the difficulties in the prosecutions of crimes, especially where the time of the alleged incident is remote and the witnes
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  • #evidence of other crimes that may illustrate the criminal method used by the defendant,
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  • ...merce, child pornography; illegal nature of images was just one element of crimes, defendant's awareness was additional, and more important, element. 18 U.S.
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  • ...were very unusual in the amount of energy they devoted to committing their crimes. In one case, counsel for the defense indicated that he or she was contempl
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