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1 Crimes Against Property 1.Grab an iPad 2. Tap on the Big L app 3. Log into the blog (log-ins) 4. Answer the Crimes Against Property Questions

2 Big L Blog Question 1: What is the difference between criminal and civil law?

3 God’s Word Ephesians 4:28: Let the thief no longer steal, but rather let him labor, doing honest work with his own hands, so that he may have something to share with anyone in need. – Why do we steal?

4 Arson Willful and malicious burning of another person’s property

5 Arson If done with intent to collect insurance $, this is an additional crime (fraud)

6 Vandalism Willful destruction of, or damage to, the property of another “But Mr. Dunckel, we were just trying to have fun with our Senior Prank!”

7 Vandalism Willful destruction of, or damage to, the property of another Can be either a felony or misdemeanor Big L Blog Question 2: What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor?

8 Larceny The unlawful taking of and carrying away of the property of another with the intent to steal

9 Larceny – Two classes, grand and petty, based upon value

10 Larceny The unlawful taking of and carrying away of the property of another with the intent to steal – Two classes, grand and petty, based upon value – Grand = felony – Petty = misdemeanor

11 Larceny The unlawful taking of and carrying away of the property of another with the intent to steal – Two classes, grand and petty, based upon value – Grand = felony – Petty = misdemeanor – Shoplifting is a form of larceny

12 Larceny The unlawful taking of and carrying away of the property of another with the intent to steal – Two classes, grand and petty, based upon value – Grand=felony, petty misdemeanor – Shoplifting is a form of larceny Concealment is the attempt to shoplift

13 Embezzlement Unlawful taking of property by someone to whom it is entrusted

14 Robbery Unlawful taking of property form a person’s immediate possession

15 Burglary Unauthorized entry to any structure with the intent to commit a crime

16 Extortion Use of threat to obtain property

17 Forgery Falsely makes or alters a written document with intent to fraud

18 Forgery – Uttering – offering a forged document as genuine

19 Receiving Stolen Property Knowingly buying stolen goods

20 Receiving Stolen Property Knowingly buying stolen goods IF it is over $100 in value then it is a felony

21 Unauthorized Use of Vehicle temporary

22 Unauthorized Use of Vehicle Temporary Carjacking- use of force to take vehicle

23 Unauthorized Use of Vehicle Temporary Carjacking- use of force to take vehicle – Punishable up to life in prison

24 Computer Crime Any violation of criminal law that involves the use of computer technology

25 Computer Crime Any violation of criminal law that involves the use of computer technology – Hackers- less serious offenders

26 Computer Crime Any violation of criminal law that involves the use of computer technology – Hackers- less serious offenders – Crackers- criminal hackers, serious offenders

27 Computer Crime Any violation of criminal law that involves the use of computer technology – Hackers- less serious offenders – Crackers- criminal hackers, serious offenders – There is debate over the severity of punishment for hackers

28 Computer Crime Any violation of criminal law that involves the use of computer technology – Hackers- less serious offenders – Crackers- criminal hackers, serious offenders – There is debate over the severity of punishment for hackers It is a federal crime to access corporate or federal sites illegally

29 Big L Blog Question 3 With the increased use of technology in our society, computer related crimes have sky rocketed. It is very difficult for our laws to keep up with changes in technology. Do you feel that our laws should severely punish those who commit computer crimes? Examples: hacking into web-sites, illegal downloads of music, identity theft

30 What did you learn today? 1.Tap on the app labeled “student” 2.Enter room number Enter your name, and answer the questions 4.When done, logout of the program and return iPad to cabinet


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