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Street Law Chapt10


the deliberate and malicious burning of another person's property arson
the deliberate destruction or defacement of another person's property; also known as malicious mischief vandalism
the unlawful taking of another's property with the intent to steal it larceny
a form of larceny in which a person takes items from a store without paying or intending to pay shoplifting
the crime of attempted shoplifting that is recognized by some states concealment
the taking of money or property by a person to whom it has been entrusted; for example, a bank teller or a company accountant embezzlement
the unlawful taking of property from a person's immediate possession by force or intimidation robbery
taking property illegally through threats of harm (often called blackmail) extortion
breaking and entering a building with the intention of committing a crime burglary
the act of making a fake document or altering a real one with the intent to commit fraud forgery
offering to someone as genuine a document known to be a fake uttering
receiving or buying property that is known or reasonably believed to be stolen receiving stolen property
unlawful taking of a car by someone who intends only to use it temporarily unauthorized use of a vehicle (UUV)
a crime in which the perpetrator uses force or intimidation to steal a car from a driver carjacking
a person who illegally accesses government or corporate computer systems hacker
a felony, theft of anything above a certain value (often $100 or more) grand larceny
misdemeanor, theft of any thing below a certain value (often $100) petty larceny
the unauthorized access to, and tampering with, someone else's computer system computer crime
Created by: rierei1971