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  • 121Embezzlement — Embezzler redirects here. For the film, see The Embezzler. Criminal law …

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  • 122theft — n [Old English thiefth]: larceny; broadly: a criminal taking of the property or services of another without consent ◇ Theft commonly encompasses by statute a variety of forms of stealing formerly treated as distinct crimes. grand theft: theft of… …

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  • 123Carrier's Case — Carrier s Case, 13 Edw. IV, f. 9, pl. 5 (Star Ch. and Exch. Ch. 1473) was a landmark English court case in property crime law decided in the Star Chamber (also called Anonymous v. The Sheriff of London). The English court adopted the breaking… …

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  • 124Benton v. Maryland — Infobox SCOTUS case Litigants=Benton v. Maryland ArgueDate=December 12 ArgueYear=1968 ReargueDate=March 24 ReargueYear=1969 DecideDate=June 23 DecideYear=1969 FullName=Benton v. Maryland USVol=395 USPage=784 Citation= Prior= Subsequent=1 Md. App …

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  • 125Kevin Trudeau — Kevin Mark Trudeau Trudeau in 2005 Born February 6, 1963 (1963 02 06) (age 48) Lynn, Massachusetts, USA Occupation Author …

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  • 126Robbery — This article is about the crime. For the 1967 film, see Robbery (1967 film). For the 1897 film, see Robbery (1897 film). For the Teena Marie album, see Robbery (album). Holdup redirects here. For the contract bridge playing technique, see Hold up …

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  • 127theft — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. larceny, stealing. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. robbery, racket, thievery, larceny, stealing, swindling, swindle, cheating, defrauding, rapacity, fraud, piracy, burglary, pillage, pilfering, plunder,… …

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  • 128theft — theft, larceny, robbery, burglary mean the act or crime of stealing, though they have differences in legal application. The same differences in implications and applications are observable in the agent nouns thief, larcener or larcenist, robber,… …

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  • 129grand theft — noun larceny of property having a value greater than some amount (the amount varies by locale) • Syn: ↑grand larceny • Ant: ↑petit larceny (for: ↑grand larceny) • Hypernyms: ↑larceny, ↑ …

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  • 130Theft — In criminal law, theft (also known as stealing or filching) is the illegal taking of another person s property without that person s freely given consent. As a term, it is used as shorthand for all major crimes against property, encompassing… …

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  • 131Charles Ponzi — This article is about the businessman. For the fraudulent business scheme named after him, see Ponzi scheme. Charles Ponzi Ponzi in 1920 Born March 3, 1882(1882 03 03) Lugo, Italy …

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  • 132Samuel Buchler — Reverend Samuel Buchler (March 21, 1882 ndash; April 1971), was the President of the Federation of Hungarian Jews in America, in 1909 in New York. [cite web |url=http://www.bklyn genealogy info.com/Ethnic/Jewish/1934.JewishInterests.html… …

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  • 133stealing — noun 1. the act of taking something from someone unlawfully (Freq. 1) the thieving is awful at Kennedy International • Syn: ↑larceny, ↑theft, ↑thievery, ↑thieving • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …

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  • 134thieving — I noun the act of taking something from someone unlawfully (Freq. 2) the thieving is awful at Kennedy International • Syn: ↑larceny, ↑theft, ↑thievery, ↑stealing • Derivationally related fo …

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  • 135Anna Ayala — Infobox Criminal subject name = Anna Ayala image size = 200px image caption = date of birth = place of birth = date of death = place of death = charge = penalty = 9 years status = Still Incarcerated occupation = spouse = parents = children =Anna… …

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  • 136Lund v. Commonwealth — (Va. 1977) 232 S.E.2d 745 is a Supreme Court of Virginia case.tatement of factsCharles Walter Lund was doctoral student of statistics at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. While working on his doctoral research, Mr. Lund… …

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  • 137Lesser included offense — Criminal law Part o …

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  • 138embezzlement — See embezzle. * * * Crime of fraudulently appropriating property entrusted to one s care and converting it to one s own use. It occurs when a person gains possession of goods lawfully and then misappropriates them. It thus stands in contrast to… …

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  • 139burglary — bur·glary / bər glə rē/ n pl glar·ies [Anglo French burglarie, modification of Medieval Latin burgaria, from burgare to break into (a house)]: the act of breaking and entering an inhabited structure (as a house) esp. at night with intent to… …

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  • 140Murder of Julia Martha Thomas — Kate Webster, the killer of Julia Martha Thomas. The murder of Julia Martha Thomas, dubbed the Barnes Mystery or the Richmond Murder by the press, was one of the most notorious crimes in late 19th century Britain. Thomas, a widow in her 50s who… …

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