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Criminal Simulation under Tennessee Law

By Baker Associates

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Criminal attorneys in Tennessee understand that a conviction for any theft-related offense will have serious consequences beyond jail and restitution. Criminal simulation in Tennessee closely resembles the offense of theft. Any conviction of theft or criminal simulation will adversely affect your family, and damage your reputation within the community. Since these crimes are considered to be crimes of dishonesty, a conviction will negatively affect your career, ability to get a job, and capacity to obtain or maintain a professional license. According to Tennessee law, a person commits the offense of criminal simulation who with intent to defraud or harm another: ? Makes or alters an object, in whole or in part, so that it appears to have value because of age, antiquity, rarity, source, or authorship that it does not have; ? Possesses an object so made or altered, with intent to sell, pass, or otherwise utter it; or ? Authenticates or certifies an object so made or altered as genuine or as different from what it is; or A person also commits the offense of criminal simulation who with intent to sell, cause to be sold, or to be used for profit through public performance, and without consent of the owner of the master recording: ? Knowingly transfers, by any means, any sounds or images recorded on a phonograph record, disc, wire, tape, film or other recording article to another such recording article; ? Knowingly manufactures, distributes, or wholesales any sounds or images recorded on a phonograph record, disc, wire, tape, film or other recording article to another such recording article; or ? Knowingly retails any sounds or images recorded on a phonograph record, disc, wire, tape, film or other recording article to another such recording article...continue to full post

Full post as published by Tennessee Criminal Lawyer Blog on March 17, 2008 (boomark / email).

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