Criminal Offense

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A crime punishable under the statutes of a jurisdicition with fines, imprisonment, or death
Types range in severity from felonies—from class 1 (worst) to class 6—and the lesser misdemeanor
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- Camil Ramic, by the acts described in Counts 1 and 2, committed the criminal offense of War Crimes against Prisoners of War under Article 175(1)(a) as read with Article 180(2) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CC BiH),
According to the CDA, "knowingly" allowing obscene material to pass through one's computer system was a criminal offense. Given the nature of the Internet, however, making service providers responsible for the content of the traffic they pass on to other Internet nodes is equivalent to holding a telephone carrier responsible for the content of the conversations going over that carrier's lines.
Chief Daryl Gates declared war on gangs, calling the members "dirty little cowards" More than 25,000 youths were arrested, yet fewer than 1,500 of them were ever charged with a criminal offense. It was jamming at its most virulent.
Analysis of the relationship between mental retardation and criminal offense revealed significant differences in the rates of various offenses (p < .0001, [chi square] = 32.1, df = 5).
Company Sarajevo, as a legal entity, disposed with the unlawfully obtained property gain in the total amount of KM 982,529.57, which was acquired through the commission of the continued criminal offense of Tax Evasion or Fraud, and which was obtained by the accused Zhang Jiaofen in the name and for the account of the legal entity 'Zhang' d.o.o.
Internationally, legislative bodies define criminal offenses in penal codes.
For officers to establish that an asset represents the proceeds of a criminal offense, they should initiate two investigative steps simultaneously.
the accused Jerko Ivankovic Lijanovic, under Sections 1 and 10 of the Operative Part of Judgment - the criminal offense of Organized Crime under Article 250(3) of the Criminal Code of Bosnia and Herzegovina (CC BiH), in connection with Article 29 of the CC BiH, and as read with the criminal offense of Money Laundering under Article 209(3) of the CC BiH;
The statutes in these States do not create a separate substantive criminal offense. Rather, they impose additional or enhanced sentences on defendants convicted of committing or attempting to commit other substantive crimes while wearing body armor.
of the enacting clause) and the accused Vinko RadiA!ic (under Section III.b.3 of the enacting clause) were found guilty of committing the criminal offense of War Crimes against the Civilian Population under Article 142 of the Criminal Code of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (CC SFRY), in conjunction with Articles 22 and 30 of the CC SFRY, and sentenced them as follows: the accused Ivan Kraljevic to 2 (two) years in prison, the accused Mate Jelcic to 1 (one) year and 6 (six) months in prison, the accused Stojan Odak to 7 (seven) years in prison, the accused Vice Bebek to 1 (one) year in prison and the accused Vinko RadiA!ic to 1 (one) year in prison.