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Gary Potter suggests that reducing organized crime requires eliminating consumer demand for the ...
Gary Potter suggests that reducing organized crime requires eliminating consumer demand for the ...
Gary Potter suggests that reducing organized crime requires eliminating consumer demand for the products and services organized crime provides. How could this be done? Do you think it is possible?
Legal Studies   liljay   81   Cele_1015   2 days ago
Corporate criminal liability is rare outside the United States. What is this practice? Do you think ...
Corporate criminal liability is rare outside the United States. What is this practice? Do you think ...
Corporate criminal liability is rare outside the United States. What is this practice? Do you think that it helps to reduce corporate crime? Explain.
Legal Studies   dillon_green23   85   2   2 days ago
The ________ Act is also known as the truth in securities law.
The ________ Act is also known as the truth in securities law.
The ________ Act is also known as the ʺtruth in securitiesʺ law.
Legal Studies   linhhh   81   sadeen   2 days ago
As an element of an integrated theory of organizational crime, ________ theory would emphasize the ...
As an element of an integrated theory of organizational crime, ________ theory would emphasize the ...
As an element of an integrated theory of organizational crime, ________ theory would emphasize the way stigmatization can foster criminal subculture formation.
Legal Studies   rizumidancer   86   2   2 days ago
________ suggests that corporate culture socializes budding executives into clandestine and ...
________ suggests that corporate culture socializes budding executives into clandestine and ...
________ suggests that corporate culture socializes budding executives into clandestine and frequently illegal behavioral modalities.
Legal Studies   avinash0312   82   Kutthroat Kane   2 days ago
Braithwaite proposes a general theory focusing on ________ as the central explanatory variable in ...
Braithwaite proposes a general theory focusing on ________ as the central explanatory variable in ...
Braithwaite proposes a general theory focusing on ________ as the central explanatory variable in all criminal activity.
Legal Studies   unicorngirl13   103   2   2 days ago
According to Hirschi and Gottfredson, the personal characteristics of most white -collar workers are ...
According to Hirschi and Gottfredson, the personal characteristics of most white -collar workers are ...
According to Hirschi and Gottfredson, the personal characteristics of most white -collar workers are those that would be expected to produce ________ in behavior.
Legal Studies   Kaevyn04   99   curtissxx9   2 days ago
According to Edwin Sutherland, white-collar crime is ________.
According to Edwin Sutherland, white-collar crime is ________.
According to Edwin Sutherland, white-collar crime is ________.
Legal Studies   treetreee   81   2   2 days ago
________ companies are used by terrorist groups to establish a good reputation in the business ...
________ companies are used by terrorist groups to establish a good reputation in the business ...
________ companies are used by terrorist groups to establish a good reputation in the business community and provide a veneer of legitimacy.
Legal Studies   meikunn2565   83   vvnluu   2 days ago
For a crime to be a white-collar crime, it must occur as a part of the offender's ________ role.
For a crime to be a white-collar crime, it must occur as a part of the offender's ________ role.
For a crime to be a white-collar crime, it must occur as a part of the offender's ________ role.
Legal Studies   justinw2200   81   3   kirakira15   2 days ago
True criminal organizations can function independently of any of their members, including their leaders.
True criminal organizations can function independently of any of their members, including their leaders.
True criminal organizations can function independently of any of their members, including their leaders.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   FAITHBELLE   82   zachcarytcris   2 days ago
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is the first piece of federal legislation relating to the conduct of U.S. businesses.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is the first piece of federal legislation relating to the conduct of U.S. businesses.
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is the first piece of federal legislation relating to the conduct of U.S. businesses.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   michlee   82   3   Bakari   2 days ago
White-collar criminals generally are better educated than other offenders.
White-collar criminals generally are better educated than other offenders.
White-collar criminals generally are better educated than other offenders.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   asdoooeoe   81   gumpfable   2 days ago
According to Sutherland, white -collar crime is motivated by a disparity between corporate goals and ...
According to Sutherland, white -collar crime is motivated by a disparity between corporate goals and ...
According to Sutherland, white -collar crime is motivated by a disparity between corporate goals and legitimate means.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   drewster127   82   2   2 days ago
John Braithwaite proposes a theory that is specific to white -collar crime and does not apply to ...
John Braithwaite proposes a theory that is specific to white -collar crime and does not apply to ...
John Braithwaite proposes a theory that is specific to white -collar crime and does not apply to other forms of criminal behavior.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   jaspinder kaur   82   Dogggg   2 days ago
A corporation cannot be held criminally responsible for the acts of corporate officials.
A corporation cannot be held criminally responsible for the acts of corporate officials.
A corporation cannot be held criminally responsible for the acts of corporate officials.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   ujesssss   82   3   emnevius   2 days ago
The expansion of organized crime and its focus on official corruption was primarily the result of
The expansion of organized crime and its focus on official corruption was primarily the result of
The expansion of organized crime and its focus on official corruption was primarily the result of

▸ Prohibition.

▸ World War I.

▸ The Great Depression.

▸ World War II.
Legal Studies   suiren   81   sliceofoctopi   2 days ago
________ acted as a quasi -police organization in the Italian ghetto areas of American cities during ...
________ acted as a quasi -police organization in the Italian ghetto areas of American cities during ...
________ acted as a quasi -police organization in the Italian ghetto areas of American cities during the industrial era.

▸ The Mafia

▸ The Black Hand

▸ La Cosa Nostra

▸ La Mano Negro
Legal Studies   emlaai   81   2   2 days ago
The Black Hand specialized in
The Black Hand specialized in
The Black Hand specialized in

▸ Racketeering.

▸ Gambling and loansharking.

▸ Intimidating Italian immigrants.

▸ Drug smuggling.
Legal Studies   lstar1993   81   jesika1122   2 days ago
Companies may be held criminally responsible for ________ crimes committed by their officials.
Companies may be held criminally responsible for ________ crimes committed by their officials.
Companies may be held criminally responsible for ________ crimes committed by their officials.

▸ Occupational

▸ Organized

▸ White-collar

▸ Corporate
Legal Studies   lmalma   82   2   2 days ago
Mike Maguire offered three basic categories of burglars. Name the three categories and detail who ...
Mike Maguire offered three basic categories of burglars. Name the three categories and detail who ...
Mike Maguire offered three basic categories of burglars. Name the three categories and detail who they are and what they do.
Legal Studies   nyounger   82   DryPhantom   2 days ago
Fences who are ________ covered do not deal in stolen goods outside their inventory in their ...
Fences who are ________ covered do not deal in stolen goods outside their inventory in their ...
Fences who are ________ covered do not deal in stolen goods outside their inventory in their legitimate business.
Legal Studies   Gideon123   81   2   2 days ago
The use of a professional ________ is the most common method professional thieves use to dispose of ...
The use of a professional ________ is the most common method professional thieves use to dispose of ...
The use of a professional ________ is the most common method professional thieves use to dispose of stolen goods.
Legal Studies   nyounger   82   cscscs   2 days ago
The most common target for arson is a(n) ________.
The most common target for arson is a(n) ________.
The most common target for arson is a(n) ________.
Legal Studies   be beautiful   81   2   2 days ago
Joyriding is characterized as a(n) ________ act with little or no extrinsic value.
Joyriding is characterized as a(n) ________ act with little or no extrinsic value.
Joyriding is characterized as a(n) ________ act with little or no extrinsic value.
Legal Studies   malabranche13   82   brigettelearn   2 days ago
The Motor Vehicle Theft Law Enforcement Act requires the major sheet metal parts of high -theft ...
The Motor Vehicle Theft Law Enforcement Act requires the major sheet metal parts of high -theft ...
The Motor Vehicle Theft Law Enforcement Act requires the major sheet metal parts of high -theft automobiles to be marked with ________.
Legal Studies   lizsmith   83   2   2 days ago
The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act made identity theft a(n) ________ crime.
The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act made identity theft a(n) ________ crime.
The Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act made identity theft a(n) ________ crime.
Legal Studies   alekhsiang   81   coltonf1   2 days ago
For most thieves, the most common method of disposing of stolen goods is to use a professional fence.
For most thieves, the most common method of disposing of stolen goods is to use a professional fence.
For most thieves, the most common method of disposing of stolen goods is to use a professional fence.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   victor.m.rojas2   81   2   2 days ago
According to Alfred Blumstein, property offenders are most committed to a criminal career during the ...
According to Alfred Blumstein, property offenders are most committed to a criminal career during the ...
According to Alfred Blumstein, property offenders are most committed to a criminal career during the break -in phase.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   iloveyofacexx3   81   blazeypooh   2 days ago
Persistent thieves tend to have a generalist approach to offending.
Persistent thieves tend to have a generalist approach to offending.
Persistent thieves tend to have a generalist approach to offending.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   Lopezj273   82   3   zachcarytcris   2 days ago
All persistent thieves are professionals.
All persistent thieves are professionals.
All persistent thieves are professionals.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   treetreee   81   Niquegirl21!   2 days ago
For juveniles under the age of seven, fire setting generally represents underlying psychosocial conflicts.
For juveniles under the age of seven, fire setting generally represents underlying psychosocial conflicts.
For juveniles under the age of seven, fire setting generally represents underlying psychosocial conflicts.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   victor.m.rojas2   82   2   2 days ago
Motor vehicle theft most commonly involves a professional auto thief.
Motor vehicle theft most commonly involves a professional auto thief.
Motor vehicle theft most commonly involves a professional auto thief.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   msouthern   82   kwashington67   2 days ago
Most cars stolen by joyriders are recovered.
Most cars stolen by joyriders are recovered.
Most cars stolen by joyriders are recovered.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   Izzydhindsa   81   3   beunikuel   2 days ago
Joyriding is generally an opportunistic crime.
Joyriding is generally an opportunistic crime.
Joyriding is generally an opportunistic crime.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   suiren   81   meigsfla   2 days ago
It is easier for a novice thief to sell a stolen vehicle than to sell stolen car parts.
It is easier for a novice thief to sell a stolen vehicle than to sell stolen car parts.
It is easier for a novice thief to sell a stolen vehicle than to sell stolen car parts.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   ujesssss   82   2   2 days ago
The majority of stolen cars are recovered.
The majority of stolen cars are recovered.
The majority of stolen cars are recovered.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   Migo7s   81   linds   2 days ago
The likelihood that a motor vehicle theft will be reported increases with household income.
The likelihood that a motor vehicle theft will be reported increases with household income.
The likelihood that a motor vehicle theft will be reported increases with household income.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   gcd99br   84   2   2 days ago
New account fraud is less serious than existing account fraud.
New account fraud is less serious than existing account fraud.
New account fraud is less serious than existing account fraud.

▸ true

▸ false
Legal Studies   FAITHBELLE   82   NicoleLove   2 days ago
A professional fence who deals in a variety of stolen goods is a(n)
A professional fence who deals in a variety of stolen goods is a(n)
A professional fence who deals in a variety of stolen goods is a(n)

▸ Specialist.

▸ Episodic fence.

▸ Noncovered fence.

▸ Generalist.
Legal Studies   uni67   82   2   2 days ago
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