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TITLE 9
CRIMINAL RESOURCE MANUAL

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1001. The Scope of 18 U.S.C. § 666 9-46.100; 9-46.110
1002. Theft and Bribery in Federally Funded Programs 9-46.100
1003. Legislative History—18 U.S.C. § 666 9-46.100
1004. General Elements of the Offense 9-46.100
1005. Embezzlement 9-46.100
1006. Larceny 9-46.100
1007. Fraud 9-46.100
1008. Knowing Conversion Without Authority 9-46.100
1009. Intentional Misapplication 9-46.100
1010. Knowledge 9-46.100
1011. Property 9-46.100
1012. Value 9-46.100
1013. Aggregation 9-46.100
1014. Organization Receiving Benefits Under a Federal Program 9-46.100
1020. 18 U.S.C. § 1030—Pre October 1996 9-48.000
1021. 18 U.S.C. § 1030—Post October 1996 9-48.000
1022. Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section 9-48.000
1023. Computer/Telecommunications Coordinator List 9-48.000
1024. Fraudulent Production, Use or Trafficking in Counterfeit or Unauthorized Access Devices—18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(1-4) 9-49.000
1025. Fraudulent Production, Use, or Trafficking in Telecommunications Instruments Modified or Altered to Access Telecommunications Services—18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(5) 9-49.000
1026. Fraudulent Production, Use, or Trafficking in Hardware or Software Used for Modification of Telecommunications Instruments—18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(6) 9-49.000; 1025
1027. Fraudulent Transactions with One or More Access Devices for Payment or Anything of Value totaling $1000 or more During a One-Year Period -- 18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(5) 9-49.000
1028. Solicitation of Unauthorized Access Device or Selling Information Regarding an Application to Obtain an Access Device—18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(6) 9-49.000
1029. Fraudulent Presentment and Related Unauthorized Credit Card Transactions Made by Access Device—18 U.S.C. § 1029(a)(7) 9-49.000
1030. Definitions 9-49.000
1031. Responsibilities of Investigative Agencies
1032. Sentencing Enhancement—"Three Strikes" Law 9-60.020
1033. Kidnapping—18 U.S.C. §§ 1201, 1202 9-60.100
1034. Kidnapping—Federal Jurisdiction 9-60.100
1035. FBI Assistance in Missing Persons Cases 9-60.100
1036. 24 Hours Rebuttable Presumption 9-60.100
1037. Kidnapping—Penalty Provision 9-60.100
1038. Kidnapping—Ransom Money 9-60.100
1039. Use of the Fugitive Felon Act in Parent/Child Kidnappings 9-60.100
1040. Introduction to Criminal Sanctions for Illegal Electronic Surveillance 9-60.100; 9-60.200
1041. Investigative Jurisdiction and Supervisory Responsibility 9-60.200
1042. Legislative History 9-60.200
1043. Definition—"Wire Communication" 9-60.200
1044. Definitions—"Oral Communication" 9-60.200
1045. Definition—"Electronic Communication" 9-60.200
1046. Definition—"Intercept" 9-60.200
1047. Definition—"Electronic, Mechanical, or Other Device" 9-60.200
1048. Definition—"Person" 9-60.200
1049. Definition—"Contents" 9-60.200
1050. Scope of 18 U.S.C § 2511 Prohibitions 9-60.200
1051. "Intentional" State of Mind 9-60.200
1052. Elements of Section 2511 Offenses 9-60.200
1053. Exceptions to the Prohibitions—Interceptions by Providers of Wire or Electronic Communications Services 9-60.200
1054. Exceptions to the Prohibitions—Consensual Law Enforcement Interceptions 9-60.200
1055. Exceptions to the Prohibitions—Other Consensual Interceptions 9-60.200
1056. Exceptions for the Interception of Certain Electronic Communications 9-60.200
1057. Other Exceptions 9-60.200
1058. Penalties 9-60.200
1059. Use of the Contents of Illegally Intercepted Communications Against the Interceptor 9-60.200
1060. Scope of 18 U.S.C § 2512 Prohibitions 9-60.200
1061. Unlawful Access to Stored Communications—18 U.S.C. § 2701 9-60.200
1062. Unauthorized Installation or Use of Pen Registers and Trap and Trace Devices—18 U.S.C. § 3121 9-60.200
1063. Providing Notice of Electronic Surveillance—18 U.S.C. § 2232(c) 9-60.200
1064. Injunctions Against Illegal Interception—18 U.S.C. § 2521 9-60.200
1065. Interference With the Operation of a Satellite—18 U.S.C. § 1367 9-60.200
1066. Interception of Radio Communications—47 U.S.C. §  605 9-60.200
1067. Unauthorized Reception of Cable Service—47 U.S.C. § 553 9-60.200
1068. Violation of FCC Regulations—47 U.S.C. § 502 9-60.200
1069. Overview of Pertinent Provisions—Interstate and Foreign Extortion 9-60.300
1070. Investigative Jurisdiction for Extortion Cases 9-60.300
1071. Supervisory Authority for Extortion Cases 9-60.300
1072. Special Considerations in Proving a Threat 9-60.300
1073. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) -- 50 U.S.C. § 1809 9-60.400
1074. Investigative Jurisdiction 9-60.400
1075. 50 U.S.C. § 1809—Elements of the Offense 9-60.400
1076. The Intent Requirement 9-60.400
1077. Electronic Surveillance 9-60.400
1078. Persons Covered by 50 U.S.C. § 1809(a) 9-60.400
1079. Penalties 9-60.400
1080. Providing Notice of Electronic Surveillance—18 U.S.C. § 2232(c) 9-60.400
1081. Overview of Solicitation 9-60.500
1082. Investigative Jurisdiction 9-60.500
1083. Supervisory Authority 9-60.500
1084. Elements of Solicitation 9-60.500
1085. Indictment Form—Solicitation to Commit a Crime of Violence (18 U.S.C. § 373) 9-60.500
1086. Strongly Corroborative Circumstances 9-60.500
1087. Federal Crime of Violence 9-60.500
1088. Constitutionality 9-60.500
1089. First Amendment Implications 9-60.500
1090. Penalty for Solicitation 9-60.500
1091. Affirmative Defense to Solicitation-- Renunciation 9-60.500
1092. Culpability of Solicitee 9-60.500
1093. Multiplicity 9-60.500