- Crimes against persons
- Crimes against property
- Crimes of public morality
- White-collar crime
- Cyber crime
Then for the following scenarios, discuss the categories of crimes involved in each scenario and explain the specific criminal charges that you would apply to each scenario. You can utilize the Library, Internet and other resources to research the criminal statutes of a state of your choice in order to help you determine which criminal charges should be applied:
- David S. was running around a public park without his clothes on, singing and shouting loudly, at 3 in the morning. Police arrived after neighbors called to complain. They saw David S. tipping over a garbage can and when they shouted for him to stop, he threw the garbage can into a car, breaking one of its side windows. The police arrested David S, His blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit.
- Gary M. was arrested by the FBI when he showed up at a local mall to meet a “14 year old girl” for a date, which he arranged over the Internet. He didn’t know that the “14 year old girl” was actually a 35-year old male FBI agent.
- Elaine R. was an accountant working for a large corporation. She had been falsifying the accounting records and sending some of the corporate funds to her own bank accounts in an offshore bank. The corporation found out what she had been doing and reported her to the police.
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