victimless

Translations

victimless

[ˈvɪktɪmlɪs] ADJsin víctimas

victimless

adj crimeohne Opfer
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Taking cocaine is not a victimless crime -- it fuels violent gang warfare.
Defence solicitor Stuart Murray said his client considered the theft a "victimless crime" and claimed his only defence was that he was addicted to gambling.
"Although this may be considered by some as a 'victimless crime' the sale of illicit tobacco products can fund organised crime."
He said: "ATM attacks are not victimless crimes, which is why we need the Government, police forces, civil society organisations and the ATM industry to take action now to contain the threat of future ATM attacks."
The making possession images of a victimless Judge David On the phone there were 154 category A images, the most serious type, 194 category B images and 709 category C images downloaded over a three-week period over July and August last year.
Hardaway draws some passages from his earlier work on victimless crimes and the Ninth Amendment and places them in the context the criminalization and ongoing legalization of marijuana in the US.
"Some people may see this as a victimless crime but they are wrong.
I COMPLETELY agree with Dave Henderson (Western Mail Letters, November 6) that benefit fraud is theft, not a victimless fraud, but if he really wants something to get angry about he should check out the figures for tax evasion.
White collar crime is often said to be victimless, but it is not.
Hertfordshire council's David Williams said: "People often think insurance is a victimless crime but it generates enormous costs that are borne by the public."
Theyre both on the November ballot as Libertarian Party candidates for those offices, each promoting a simple platform promising to end prosecutions of victimless crimes, to scrap civil asset forfeiture schemes, and to never oppose jury nullificationthe practice whereby one or more jurors refuse to convict an accused of a crime because the underlying law seems too harsh or unfair.