crim law - crimes against property.txt

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  1. Larceny
    • 1) wrongful taking [victim is possessor, not owner]
    • 2) without consent
    • 3) by carrying away [slightest movement is enough]
    • 4) another's personal property [you don't believe you have the right to it]
    • 5) w/intent to permanently deprive [at the time of taking]
  2. Larceny: continuing trespass
    If Defendant didn't initially have the requisite intent to permanently deprive, but later forms the intent to permanently deprive while still in possession of the property, initial trespass considered "continuing" and thus D committed larceny.
  3. Larceny by trick
    • trick another into giving you property
    • it's without consent, because the "consent" is procured by misrepresentation
  4. Embezzlement
    • 1) frauduelnt
    • 2) conversion
    • 3) of property of another
    • 4) by a person in lawful possession of that property
  5. False Pretenses
    • 1) obtaining title
    • 2) to property of another
    • 3) by intentional false statement
    • 4) with intent to defraud
  6. Receipt of Stolen Property
    • 1) receiving
    • 2) another's property acquired by theft
    • 3) knowing the property is stolen
    • 4) w/intent to permanently deprive
  7. Robbery
    • 1) taking
    • 2) of personal property of another
    • 3) from the peron's person or presence
    • 4) by use of force or fear
    • 5) with intent to permanently deprive
  8. Extortion
    • 1) CL: corrupt collection of unlawful fees by an officer under color of office
    • 2) Modernly: obtaining property by means of threats to do harm or to expose information
    • Note: distinct from robbery, extortion threats may be of future harm and taking need not be in victim's presence
  9. Burglary
    • 1) breaking and entering (modern, entry)
    • 2) of a dwelling (modern, a structure)
    • 3) of another
    • 4) at nighttime (modern, goes to degree)
    • 5) with the intent to commit a felony therein (modern, adds theft)
  10. Arson
    • 1) malicious (intentional or reckless)
    • 2) burning (charring is sufficient)
    • 3) of the dwelling (modern, a structure)
    • 4) of another
  11. Forgery
    • 1) making or altering
    • 2) of a writing with apparent legal significance
    • 3) making it false
    • 4) with intent to defraud

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