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Dealing in stolen property
Trafficking in, or endeavoring to traffic in, property that is known to have been stolen.
Embezzlement
The appropriation to his nor her own use, by an agent or employee, of money or property received by him or her for and on behalf of his or her employer.
Extortion
Obtaining money or other things of value by threats or coercion.
Joyriding
The temporary unpermitted use of another persons automobile.
Larceny
The unlawful taking and carrying away of personal property, without right, and with intent to deprive the rightful owner of the same.
Obtaining property by false pretenses
Also known as THEFT BY DECEPTION. Purposely obtaining anothers property by creating or reinforcing a false impresion.
Receiving stolen property
Purposely receiving, retaining, or disposing of movable propety of another, knowing that it has been stolen, or believing that it probably has been stolen, unless the property is received, retained, or disposed with purpose to resore it to the owner.
Robbery
Theft from a person, accompanied by violence or threats putting the person in fear.
Theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake
Failure to take reasonable measures to restore lost, mislaid, or misdelivered property to the owner with the intent to deprive the owner of the property.
What are the elements of robbery?
1. trespass
2. taking
3. carrying away
4. personal property
5. property of another
6. intent to steal
7. from person
8. by violence or intimidation
What are the elements of larceny?
1. trespass
2. taking and carrying away
3. personal property
4. property of another
5. With intent to steal
What are the two differences between larceny and robbery?
the taking of the property from the person or presence of the victim
AND
the taking is accompanied by means of force or putting in fear
Robbery is an aggravated form of _______________.
Larceny
What are the elements of embezzlement?
fraudulent intent
appropriation or conversion
by one in lawful posession
property of another
what are the elements of receiving stolen property?
1. reciept of property
2. that was actually stolen
3. reciever knew property was stolen
4. felonious intent on part of the reciever
what are the elements f operating a motor vehicle without the owners consent?
1. knowingly,
2. operating, exercising control over, or using,
3. an automobile or other propelled vehicle
4. without owners consent