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The first time the CAAF applied the 2002 MCM amendment to credit card larcenies was in Gaskill.
With the CAAF going to great lengths to explain why the unusual facts of Lubasky and Cimball Sharpton warrant alleging someone other than the merchant or bank as the victim of credit or debit card transaction larcenies, and with them summarily setting aside a conviction in a case with usual facts not warranting a victim other than the merchant, one would think that the ACCA would enforce the President's directive in a routine case like United States v.
(69) In the absence of the President's directive on how to prosecute larcenies by credit, debit, and electronic transactions, the person who suffered the financial loss could be a proper victim, but determining who suffers the ultimate loss can be hard to determine and adds a layer of complexity to the proof required at trial.
Although more than one person or entity theoretically could be a proper victim in larcenies by such transactions, the President simplified the prosecution of these cases by limiting the theory and victim upon which the prosecution could proceed in routine cases.
Owens-Filice, "Where's the Money Lebowski?" --Charging Credit and Debit Card Larcenies Under Article 121, UCMJ, ARMY Law., Nov.
While still committed to reducing violent crimes, the department also has begun to address the less serious, yet more prevalent occurrence, of larcenies. By attacking a problem that affects many of its citizens, the department has shown its concern not only for those few victims of violence but for the welfare of the entire community.
The theft of motor vehicle parts and accessories comprised 11.1 percent of larcenies, and the theft of bicycles accounted for 3.9 percent of larceny-thefts.
Property valued at under $50 made up 38.1 percent of the reported larceny-theft offenses, and property valued from $50 to $200 made up 22.6 percent of the larcenies. (See Table 23.)
The Nation's largest cities, those with populations of 250,000 or more inhabitants, had the lowest percentage of larcenies cleared at 14.2 percent.