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Flashcards in Federal Criminal Law Deck (16):
1

What are the 8 offenses under the False Identification Crime Control Act of 1982?

1. Produces an identification document, authentication feature, or false identification document
2. Transfers
3. Possesses 5 or more
4. Possession with the intent to defraud the US
5. Produces, possesses, or transfers materials to produce
6. Possesses stolen special event documents
7. Uses another person's identification
8. Traffics in authentication features

2

How many documents need be transferred to be a felony?

5 or more documents

3

What is the penalty of transferring 5 or more documents?

A maximum of 15 years in jail

4

What type of penalty is transferring less than 5 documents?

A misdemeanor

5

If the transfer of the documents facilitates an act of terrorism, the penalty is how many years in jail?

Not more than 30 years

6

If the transfer of the documents facilitates a drug trafficking crime, the penalty is how many years in jail?

Not more than 20 years

7

What are the elements of Theft?

1. VIK
2. Stole property belonging to the Govt.
3. With the intent to deprive the Govt.

8

What dollar amount makes a Theft, Embezzlement, etc. a felony?

Greater than $1000

9

What are the elements of Embezzlement?

1. VIK
2. Embezzled property belonging to the Govt.
3. With the intent to deprive the Govt.

10

Selling government stamps and then pocketing the money, is an example of what?

Embezzlement

11

What are the elements of Conversion?

1. VIK
2. Converted Govt. property
3. With the intent to deprive the Govt.

12

Unauthorized use of a government vehicle, is an example of what?

Conversion

13

What are the elements of Theft by Receipt of Stolen Property?

1. VIK received
2. Stolen, embezzled, or converted Govt. property
3. Knew the property was stolen, embezzled, or converted
4. With the intent to deprive the Govt.

14

Guy steals a computer from the United States Government and then takes it to his friend, tells the friend he stole the computer and then offers to sell it to the friend. The friend buys the computer, KNOWING the computer is stolen. The friend is guilty of what?

Theft by Receipt of Stolen Property

15

The penalty for a felony of Theft, Embezzlement, etc. is what?

Up to 10 years and a Maximum fine of $250,000

16

The penalty for a misdemeanor of Theft, Embezzlement, etc. is what?

Up to 1 year and a Maximum fine of $100,000