Business Law Week 7 Short Answer Home Work Assignment

Short Answer Home Question for Business Law 1 Week 7 Assignment

 

All answer for each question must be detail and cities e-text of chapter 7 reading material.

 

Bernard Flinn operated a business known as Harvey Investment Co., Inc./High Risk Loans. Flinn worked as a loan broker, matching those who came to him with lenders willing to loan them money given their credit history and the amount involved. From 1982 through 1985, Flinn found loans for five people. Indiana requires that persons engaged in the business of brokering loans obtain a license from the state. Flinn was prosecuted for brokering loans without having a license. He raised the defense that he did not know that a license was required and that, accordingly, he lacked the criminal intent to broker loans without having a license. Does Flinn have a good defense? [Flinn v. Indiana, 563 N.E.2d 536 (Ind.)]

 

Baker and others entered a Wal-Mart store shortly after 3:00 A.M. by cutting through the metal door with an acetylene torch. They had moved some of the merchandise in the store to the rear door, but the police arrived before the merchandise could be taken from the store. Baker was prosecuted for larceny. He raised the defense that he was not guilty of larceny because no merchandise had ever left the store. Is there enough intent and action for a crime? [Tennessee v. Baker, 751 S.W.2d 154 (Tenn. App.)]

 

Howell made long-distance telephone calls through the telephone company’s computer- controlled switching system to solicit funding for a nonexistent business enterprise. What crimes did Howell commit? [New Mexico v. Howell, 895 F.2d 232 (N.M. App.)]

 

Additional Information for Assignment:

CRIMINAL LAW

 

DISCUSSION BOARD LINKS

Federal Stalking Laws: (https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2261A)

New York Aggravated Harassment Laws: (http://law.onecle.com/new-york/penal/PEN0240.30_240.30.html)

Federal and State Stalking Laws: (http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/vaw00/cyberstalking_laws.html)

New York Cyberbullying: (http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2012/07/cuomo-signs-ny-cyberbullying-law.html)

State Cyberbullying Laws: (http://cyberbullying.org/state-cyberbullying-laws-a-brief-review-of-state-cyberbullying-laws-and-policies/)

 

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