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crime

Etymology: L, crimen
any act that violates a law and may have criminal intent.

crime

The act or intent (i.e., mens rea) of violating or breaking the law, or helping others to. Crimes are offences against society which may be punished by the state.

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Q. Does anyone have information on Bipolar "blackouts" or know what they're really called? My boyfriend is bipolar and experienced a blackout a few weeks ago during which he did something completely out of character. A crime was committed and he has since been arrested. He's having trouble coping as he has no memory of the crime. He was on Wellbuterin and a doctor prescribed steroids and vicodin for a crushed disc. The chemicals may have led him into this blackout. He is a wonderful loving person and is now facing a life sentence for this terrible thing that happened that he had no conscious control over. They will not continue his medications in jail and he is not receiving mental or medical treatment. Is there anyone out there that can help me find some answers?

A. i never heard of such thing. but there are strange results sometimes from mixing drugs that affect the central nervous system. here is for instance a web page talking about interactions between Vicodin and Wellbutrin.

http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.php

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Utilising its expertise in the area of economic crime forensics, PwC engaged in a series of activities which aimed at raising awareness, preventing and managing incidents of economic crime in an effort to promote the goals of the fraud awareness campaign.
E-retailers are being targeted by economic crime fraudsters, with increased credit card fraud as well as the risk of theft and inappropriate use of customer information.
Regarding countries experiencing economic crime, the survey found that it was as prevalent in fast-growing emerging economies such as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia, and Turkey as it was in the more developed countries.
Based on 3,634 interviews with companies in 34 countries, the third biennial PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Economic Crime Survey is the most comprehensive global assessment of the nature and impact of economic crime.
The financial cost of a crime is difficult to quantify, especially for less tangible economic crimes such as cybercrime, but the real financial cost of fraud is greater than the average loss of $2.
Victims of Fraud and Economic Crime: Results and Recommendations from an OVC Focus Group Meeting, produced by the National Center for Victims of Crime, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) summarizes efforts to improve services and support for fraud and economic crime victims.
The economic crime amendments result from several years of extensive research conducted by the Sentencing Commission in which the experience of countless professionals was consulted," says Commission Chair Diana F.
During their visit to Copenhagen, the Romanians met their counterparts in the office of the Danish Public Prosecutor for Economic Crime and were received by Helle Degn, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Danish Parliament.
28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Economic crime in the automotive industry is on the rise with 28 percent of the automotive respondents reporting that their companies experienced an incident of economic crime, up slightly from 25 percent in 2011.
However, when asked about the future trend of economic crime more than 38 per cent of respondents in the Middle East indicated that they expect their organisations to suffer from economic crime over the next 24 months.
Global Banking News-September 4, 2013--Britain's Solicitor General says profile of economic crime is at its highest(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.

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