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TITLE 9
CRIMINAL RESOURCE MANUAL

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  1. Scope of the General Statutes Prohibiting Fraud Against the Government
  2. 1996 Amendments to 18 U.S.C. § 1001
  3. False Statements, Concealment -- 18 U.S.C. § 1001
  4. Purpose of Statute
  5. Items Not Required to Be Proved
  6. Jurisdictional Requirements Satisfied
  7. Statements Warranting Prosecution
  8. Elements of 18 U.S.C. § 1001
  9. False Statement
  10. Knowingly and Willfully
  11. Materiality
  12. Falsity
  13. Department or Agency
  14. Concealment--Failure to Disclose
  15. False Statements as to Future Actions
  16. False Statements to a Federal Investigator
  17. Corporate Crimes
  18. False Statements and Venue
  19. Multiplicity, Duplicity, Single Document Policy
  20. General Versus Specific Statutes
  21. False Claims
  22. Elements of 18 U.S.C. § 287
  23. 18 U.S.C. § 371 -- Conspiracy to Defraud the United States
  24. Defrauding the Government of Money or Property
  25. Obstructing or Impairing Legitimate Government Activity
  26. Government Instrumentality
  27. Anti-Kickback Act of 1986
  28. Procurement Integrity Act
  29. Obstruction of Federal Audit
  30. Major Fraud Against the United States
  31. Department of Defense Voluntary Disclosure Program
  32. Provisions for the Handling of Qui Tam Suits Filed Under the False Claims Act
  33. Medicare-Medicaid Frauds
  34. Policy Statement of the Department of Justice on Its Relationship and Coordination with the Statutory Inspectors General of the Various Departments and Agencies of the United States
  35. Implementation of the Policy Statement
  36. Social Security Violations
  37. Department of Agriculture-Food Stamp Violations
  38. Department of Defense Memorandum of Understanding
  39. Investigative Authority
  40. 18 U.S.C. Section 1341 -- Elements of Mail Fraud
  41. 18 U.S.C. 1343 -- Elements of Wire Fraud
  42. The Scheme and Artifice to Defraud
  43. No Loss or Gullible Victims
  44. Proof of Scheme and Artifice to Defraud
  45. McNally and Intangible Rights
  46. Tangible Versus Intangible Property Rights
  47. Fiduciary Duty
  48. Intent to Defraud
  49. Proof of Fraudulent Intent
  50. Use of Mailings and Wires in Furtherance of the Execution of the Scheme
  51. Proof of Mailings and Transmissions
  52. Use of Private or Commercial Interstate Carriers
  53. Use of a Wire Communication in Interstate or Foreign Commerce
  54. Lulling Letters, Telegrams and Telephone Calls
  55. Expanding Uses of the Mail and Wire Fraud Statutes in Prosecutions
  56. RICO Prosecutions -- 18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-68
  57. Money Laundering -- 18 U.S.C. §§ 1956 & 1957
  58. Fraud Affecting a Financial Institution
  59. Ten-year Statute of Limitations
  60. More Severe Sanctions, Including Forfeiture
  61. Civil Actions for Mail and Wire Frauds and Use of Grand Jury Information
  62. Criminal Penalties for Disclosure of Grand Jury Subpoenas
  63. Telemarketing Fraud
  64. Credit Card Frauds
  65. Conspiracy to Violate the Mail Fraud or Wire Fraud Statutes
  66. Venue in Mail Fraud
  67. Venue in Wire Fraud
  68. Defenses -- Statute of Limitations
  69. Defenses -- Good Faith
  70. Drafting a Mail Fraud and/or Wire Fraud Indictment
  71. Sufficiency of Indictment -- Generally
  72. Sufficiency of Indictment -- Victims and Loss
  73. Sufficiency of Indictment -- Mailings or Transmissions in Furtherance of Scheme
  74. Sufficiency of Indictment -- Separate Offenses
  75. Sufficiency of the Indictment -- Special Considerations
  76. Health Care Fraud -- Generally
  77. Investigative Agencies
  78. Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Program and Guidelines
  79. Impact of HHS Privacy Rules on Department Operations
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