Policing Possession: The War on Crime and the
The paradigmatic crime of the war on crime is not mur-. der, but possession; its sanction not punishment, but forfeiture; its process not the jury trial, but plea bargaining; its mode of.
In Defense of Criminal Possession
Possession crimes--such as possession of drugs, guns, child pornography or dangerous substances like freon--are some of the most commonly charged in the United States today.
ECtHR case law on asset recovery
• Are proceeds of crime possession under the Convention? • In several cases of confiscation interfered with its possessions even if the deposited funds were the suspected proceeds of its...
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Crime Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT). Whether an offense involves moral turpitude is defined according to Sentence. possession of a should not be a. Defenses CS is not a CIMT. deportable or.
Quick reference chart
A crime involves moral turpitude if it involves fraud, or it comes within a vague definition of involving evil intent or deviating from accepted rules of contemporary morality. Here, moral turpitude is defined...
Source and Use of Firearms Involved in
Firearm possession and use among state and federal prisoners during the offense for which they In general, the likelihood of state and federal prisoners having possessed a firearm during their crime...
Fact Sheet: Drug-Related Crime
Most directly, it is a crime to use, possess, manufacture, or distribute drugs classified as having a potential for abuse. Drug possession or use. Marijuana cultivation. Metham-phetamine production.