Class 11: Chapter 12 into theft
Class 11: Chapter 12 into theft
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Class 11 ● Civil commitment of Sexual dangerouse offenders ○ Dangerous sexual predator ○ Substantial threat ○ Can’t control themselves ● Prostitution ○ Every state but Nevada makes prostitute, providing sex for pay, a crime ○ Incudes the following acts ■ Engaging in sexual relations with another person for a fee or something of value ■ Offering (or soliciting) to engage in sexual relations with another person for a fee or something of value ■ Requesting (or agreeing) to pay a fee or something of value to another person for sexual services and acts ○ Pandering : the charge brought against the person who entices another to become a prostitute, or maintains a place where prostitution is practiced ○ “Debauching a minor” : enticing a person to have sex with a prostitute that is a minor ● Sexual Harassment ○ Sexual advances ○ “Unwelcome sexual advances” or “requests for sexual favors” ○ Almost any request or reference to sexual favors by an official can be sexual harassment ○ Sexual harassment is a violation of both federal and state ■ Look for “In the workplace” harassment ● Sexual battery ○ Touching ○ Sexual gratification ○ “Peeping Toms” ● Child Pornography is treated differently from adult pornography, it is outlawed by the federal government and most most states: ○ Does not need to be obscene to be criminal ○ The mere fact that a child is involved in such conduct is enough to make the practice a crime, and not protected speech ○ Possession, production, sale, or solicitation ● Virtual Child Pornography ○ A federal act that makes it a crime to “pander” (soliciting or distributing) any image believed to be an actual child engaged in sexual conduct, or intended to cause others to have such a belief ○ If you believe what your are seeking ● Home photographs or videos of nude children ○ Nude home photos can also result in prosecution under the federal child pornography statutes, including the PROTECT ACT ○ Because mere possession of child pornoghraphy is a crime, “family photos”, of naked children in “sexually suggestive” positions may be criminal Chapter 13: Theft Elements 1. The taking 2. The property 3. Of another 4. With the intent to permanently deprive +real property (land) and personal property (anything not real property) Common Law: impossible to steal from wife/husband Two Types of Possession 1. Actual possession 2. Constructive (Superior right of ownership) Concepts of Property ● General Property Concepts: Property is divided into two types: real property (real estate), and personal property (everything else) ● Any property can be stolen, including tangible personal property, or intangible rights represented by writings (e.g stock certificates), service (electricity, by circumventing meter), or objects have functional use ● A thief cannot convey lawful title to stolen property to another person, even if that person is an innocent goodfaith purchaser of the property (“nemo dat” rule) ○ Exception is call the “money rule”: if a person receives money in good faith and gives for that value that, they are not going to have to lose that money
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