18 u.s.c. 3571

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The guidelines and policy statements in this chapter apply when the convicted defendant is an organization. Organizations can act only through agents and, under federal criminal law, generally are vicariously liable for offenses committed by their agents. At the same time, individual agents are responsible for their own criminal conduct. Federal prosecutions of organizations therefore frequently involve individual and organizational co-defendants. Convicted individual agents of organizations are sentenced in accordance with the guidelines and policy statements in the preceding chapters.

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18 U.S. Code § - Sentence of fine | U.S. Code | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

Federal crimes are statutory crimes. Statutory law refers to laws enacted and established by a legislative body. Federal prosecution is limited to the areas prescribed by Federal statute. Links to the complete text of the more frequently used penal sections of the United States Code USC , Title 26 and Title 18 and some elements that need to be established to sustain prosecution. Links to the complete text of the statutes governing the statute of limitations for criminal prosecution for both Title 26, Title 18 and Title 31 prosecutions. This section does not include the text of the civil and criminal forfeiture statutes within CI jurisdiction see IRM 9.

Criminal Provisions of the U.S. Criminal Code (Title 18) and Other Statutes

Amendment: Section 5E1. A the amount shown in column A of the table below; or. B the pecuniary gain to the defendant, less restitution made or ordered. A the amount shown in column B of the table below;. B twice the gross pecuniary loss caused by the offense; or.
Precedents of Law established by COURT cases, which are in violation of law, render violations of law legally unassailable. Such a situation violates several specifically stated intents and purposes of the Constitution set forth in the Preamble; to establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, and secure the-blessings of liberty. Acting under color of [state] law is misuse of power, possessed by virtue of state law and made possible only because the wrongdoer is clothed with the authority of state law Thompson v.