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This 2 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Tom Bowman on Wednesday October 29, 2014. The One Day of Notes belongs to a course at University of Washington taught by a professor in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 88 views.
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Date Created: 10/29/14
MGMT 200 Day 7 Assault 0 Attempt with unlawful force to inflict bodily injury 0 Slap at the low end and stab at high end but one basic law 0 One of most committed crimes there are 0 Relationships strangers uncommon Misdemeanor to major felony Robbery Always a felony Taking personal property from the person or presence of person with force or threat 0 Not intellectual or real property not away from presence and not without force or threat 0 Greater likelihood of violence 0 Theft taking something that is not yours smaller items when nobody is around With a weapon its 1 degree don t have to know for test 0 Must fit the exact definition on test for these laws Burglary enter or remain into a building with intent to commit a crime therein 0 you could commit burglary and robbery o burglary is not always robbery could be assault robbery murder any crime 0 not an enclosure not a fenced area Theft 0 Wrongfully obtaining control over personal property with intent to deprive the owner thereof 0 Intent has to be there walking out of the store forgetting to pay does not hold up well Kidnapping Intentionally abduct a person 0 Take someone somewhere they don t want to go or keep someone somewhere they don t want to be Determinant sentences 0 based on a graph with the level of crime on one side and their criminal record on the other 0 very narrow range 0 less breaks making less offenders with harder sentences and more hard offenders with less hard snetences pnsons America is a world leader in prisons 23 mill 750 per 100000 0 Other countries lt 148 per 100000 Controlled Substances What is the problem What are we doing 0 Is it working 0 Yes yes but no What do we want to do What are the options Analyze the options Implement Is there still a problem
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