Eventually, he tells his audience, all business crime will be computer crime, because businesses will do everything through computers. “
That poisoning is mainly a feminine crime is a familiar fact of which modern medico-legal writers have spoken much; even the ancient authors, not medical, like Livy, Tacitus, etc.,
But you must observe this, my dear Rodion Romanovitch, the general case, the case for which all legal forms and rules are intended, for which they are calculated and laid down in books, does not exist at all, for the reason that every case, every crime, for instance, so soon as it actually occurs, at once becomes a thoroughly special case and sometimes a case unlike any that’s gone before.
His crime, to which he pled guilty, was the transfer of the UNIX password trapper, which was officially valued by AT&T at $77,000, a figure which aroused intense skepticism among those familiar with UNIX “login.c” programs.
No doubt crime is an objective thing.
Sin is thus the broadest word, and immorality next in scope; all crimes, properly so called, and all immoralities, are sins; but there may be sin, as ingratitude, which is neither crime, transgression, nor immorality; and there may be immorality which is not crime, as falsehood.
“Confide my shame to you,” cried Milady, with the blush of modesty upon her countenance, “for often the crime of one becomes the shame of another--confide my shame to you, a man, and I a woman?
The details of the case will probably be never known now, though we are informed upon good authority that the crime was the result of an old standing and romantic feud, in which love and Mormonism bore a part.
Crime is too often the last resource of these petty nonentities.
You know their doctrine; crime is a protest against the abnormality of the social organisation and nothing more, and nothing more; no other causes admitted!...”
Crime is the product of the physiologically grounded psyche of the criminal and his environing external conditions.” (
Open the most important,—the results of the administration of criminal law in the various departments of the country,—and you find everything recorded:—how many <p 183>were punished here and how many there, what their crimes were, the percentage of condemned according to age, social standing, religion, occupation, wealth, etc.;
That crime has been the origin of every lesser one, and of all his present discontents."
Also, in such smaller cases the fundamental concept of modern criminology comes clearly into the foreground: “not the crime but the criminal is the object of punishment, not the concept but the man is punished.” (
Crimes are such complex issues as to demand the systematic diagnosis of the criminal.
It need not be asserted for one moment that crime is a disease.
"Your crimes are not my concern.
The crime for which he served sentence was burglary.
Crime then becomes practically the only avenue of escape from starvation or pauperism.