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Because computer-related crimes pose many of the same investigative difficulties as pure-play computer crimes, documenting these criminal offenses proves useful.
The State statutes creating criminal offenses that prohibit the wearing, use, or possession of body armor can be divided into two broad categories: 1) Statutes creating substantive offenses and 2) statutes enhancing sentencing.
To our regret, it appears from the evidence that there is a suspicion that persons being tried for criminal offenses joined together to determine who would be attorney general, for personal reasons, by making use of their connections and political power, and eventually succeeded,'' the report read.
BNP's failure to obtain this approval before acquiring Paribas shares, directly or indirectly through Societe Generale, would be a criminal offense.
The legislation will also make it a criminal offense to advertise, import, produce, or distribute devices designed to circumvent Macrovision's technology.
The CBC also added that the leaking of CBC confidential documents constitute "a serious criminal offense for which the Attorney General will soon be called upon to intervene.
Reports suggested the amendment will deem it a criminal offense if a person publically threatens anyone because of their sexual orientation, either verbally, in writing, or by illustrations.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Russia's lower house of parliament approved a bill that would make insulting religious believers' feelings a criminal offense, punishable by up to three years behind bars.
3% in Gaza Strip -- were victims of a criminal offense including theft, 37.
Young women with reproductive health claims were also more likely than other Medicaid enrollees to be referred to the juvenile justice system for any criminal offense (odds ratio, 2.
should structure and enforce its immigration policies, I note that five out of the six countries studied -- including Mexico -- make illegal entry and unlawful presence a criminal offense,'' Sensenbrenner said in a statement.