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A nonviolent crime usually involving cheating or dishonesty in commercial matters
Making threats to obtain money or property
A less serious crime usually punishable by a fine or forfeiture
Prohibits a pattern of racketeering activity; has both civil & criminal liability provisions
Any act or omission forbidden by public law
Honest and reasonable belief that conduct is not criminal
Obtaining title to property of another by means of representation one knows to be materially false; made with intent to defraud
Coercion by threat of serious bodily harm
Taking of another’s property by a person who was in lawful possession of the property
Wrongful or overt act
Inducement by a law enforcement official to commit a crime
Intentional falsification of a document to defraud
Working together by agreement to commit an illegal act
Knowingly issuing a check without funds sufficient to cover the check
The intentional use of deceit, a trick, or some dishonest means to deprive another of his/her/its money, property, or a legal right
Reporting money received through illegal activities as income from a legitimate business
Offering money or property to a public official to influence the official’s decision
Liability imposed for acts of employees if the employer directed, participated in, or approved of the acts
Any of approximately 30 state and federal crimes, including mail & wire fraud and bribery
A step toward the commission of another crime, the step itself being serious enough to merit punishment
Trespassory taking and carrying away of personal property of another with the intent to deprive the victim permanently of the property
Criminal intent or mental fault; intentional wrongdoing
A serious crime usually punishable by more than 1 year in jail

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