wrongful appropriation

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Autrey, the Court of Military Appeals held that it is improper to find an accused guilty of wrongful appropriation of "money and/or property" because the charge makes it impossible to determine what the accused appropriated.
1961) (accused was charged with larceny and found guilty, pursuant to his plea, of the lesser included offense of wrongful appropriation of "money and/or property"; the appellate court held the specification void for uncertainty and found that the accused's guilty plea at a special court-martial, where he was not represented by an attorney, did not constitute waiver).
Plaintiff alleges breach of contract; defamation; wrongful appropriation.
Once again, the group affirmed a long-standing requirement in the AFI that prohibits anyone who has been convicted or received non-judicial punishment for acts of larceny, robbery, wrongful appropriation, or burglary from holding an FM AFSC.
This is the wrongful appropriation of clients' funds and I submit his actions were dishonest.
They faced a total of 37 disciplinary and legal charges, including involuntary manslaughter, wrongful appropriation of a military aircraft, and destruction of government property (most charges were dropped later, but the prospect of prison was real).
move, Levin eventually brought a lawsuit against Otto Frank, charging "fraud, breach of contract, and wrongful appropriation of ideas" (120).
Craig Barber, Chairman of the Denny's Franchisee Association ("DFA") on behalf of the DFA Board is in response to what appears to be the wrongful appropriation and fraudulent use by the Committee to Enhance Denny's of certain confidential DFA documents.
In regard to the Denny's Corporation (NASDAQ: DENN) proxy contest, the Denny's Franchisee Association ("DFA") released the following letter to the Committee to Enhance Denny's (the "Committee") notifying the Committee of its intent to pursue legal action in response to the Committee's apparent wrongful appropriation and fraudulent use of certain confidential DFA documents.
Stewart's complaint, filed by his attorney Vincent Chieffo of Gipson, Hoffman and Pancione, alleged that numerous violations of Stewart's rights by Mattel and Wham-O, the new owners of Morey Bodyboards, for which Stewart was the former lead rider, included trademark infringement, unfair competition, wrongful appropriation of his name and likeness for advertising purposes, and breach of his contract with Mattel.