Larceny

  • 181Lowell Sherman — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Sherman. Lowell Sherman Données clés Naissance 11 octobre 1885 San Francisco, Californie États Unis Nationalité …

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  • 182embezzlement — I noun appropriation, breach of trust, cheating, defalcation, fraud, fraudulent appropriation, fraudulent appropriation of money, fraudulent conversion, larceny, malversation, misappropriation, peculation, pilfering, purloining, stealing, swindle …

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  • 183misappropriation — I noun abuse, appropriation for a dishonest use, appropriation for a wrongful use, arrogation, breach of trust, conversion, defalcation, defraudation, diversion, embezzlement, fraud, fraudulent conversion, illegal use of property, larceny,… …

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  • 186Criminal law of the United States — Contents 1 Sources of law 1.1 Common law 1.2 Statutes 1.3 Model Penal Code 2 Theories of punis …

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  • 188Alexander Day — For the 19th century painter and art collector, see Alexander Day (artist). Alexander Day Alias(es) Marmaduke Davenport, Esq. Charge(s) Four counts of defrauding; two counts of grand larceny Conviction(s) Four counts of defrauding (1723) …

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  • 189Owen Philipps, 1st Baron Kylsant — Baron Kylsant, picture taken in the 1920s Born Owen Cosby Philipps 25 March 1863 (1863 03 25) (age 148) …

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  • 190common — com·mon 1 adj 1 a: of or relating to a community at large: public common defense b: known to the community a common thief 2: belonging to or shared by two or more persons or things or by all members of a group …

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  • 191grand — adj: of, relating to, or being a crime involving the theft of money or property valued at over a set amount convicted of grand embezzlement see also grand larceny at larceny; grand theft at theft compare …

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  • 192Stealing — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Stealing >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 stealing stealing &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 theft theft thievery latrociny| direption Sgm: N 1 abstraction abstraction appropriation Sgm: N 1 plagiary …

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  • 193false pretenses — Illegally obtaining money, goods, or merchandise from another by fraud or misrepresentation. As a statutory crime, although defined in slightly different ways in the various jurisdictions, consists generally of these elements: (1) an intent to… …

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  • 194fraud — An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right. A false representation of a matter of fact, whether by words or by conduct …

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  • 195false pretenses — Illegally obtaining money, goods, or merchandise from another by fraud or misrepresentation. As a statutory crime, although defined in slightly different ways in the various jurisdictions, consists generally of these elements: (1) an intent to… …

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  • 196fraud — An intentional perversion of truth for the purpose of inducing another in reliance upon it to part with some valuable thing belonging to him or to surrender a legal right. A false representation of a matter of fact, whether by words or by conduct …

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  • 197take — The word take has many shades of meaning, with the precise meaning which it is to bear in any case depending on the subject with respect to which it is used; e.g. eminent domain; larceny; arrest. To lay hold of; to gain or receive into… …

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  • 198theft — A popular name for larceny. The act of stealing. The taking of property without the owner s consent. People v. Sims, 29 Ill.App.3d 815, 331 N.E.2d 178, 179. The fraudulent taking of personal property belonging to another, from his possession, or… …

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  • 199breaking bulk — The division or separation of the contents of a package or container. Lord Coke says, if a bale or pack of merchandise be delivered to carry to one at a certain place, and he goeth away with the whole pack, this is no felony; but if he open the… …

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  • 200dog — A canine animal useful in hunting, driving livestock, preventing intrusions upon property, and a source of pleasure as a pet. A thing of value within the meaning of a statute on burglary. 13 Am J2d Burgl § 24. The old rule of the common law that… …

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