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Define when the Feds get involved in Armed Robbery that is not on Federal Land.

You.

If you define correctly, it won't be applicable to the article in question.

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If you go on a rape rampage and rape across the country, you will likely have the Feds after you. When they catch you, you will likely be subject to the separate crimes of the various acts of rape in the various states and subject to convictions from each. Do you know what "extraditable" means?

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Define when the Feds get involved in Armed Robbery that is not on Federal Land.

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Committing multiple rapes across multiple states will not get the feds involved ? Are you kidding yourself cuz you might think you know something when you don't. But really i enjoy you CD lawyers and the wealth of misinformation you provide.

Amarel(1848) Clarified
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Robberies are a federal issue if on Federal land or, according to your source, reservations. Yellowstone is an example of Federal land. Some buildings are federal land. I'll let you check a map for details.

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I hope, after Humpty Trumpty's remarks today, that EVERY NFL player takes a knee tomorrow! Not against the flag, or the U.S., but against what is happening, under Trump, to this country! (And the NHL and NBA also.) I love America, but not what is happening to it or the attitude of the radicals within it.

Chinaman(21) Clarified
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Armed Robbery is to be determined by which agency state or federal ? How can anyone know and to make the assumption that is just clearly not true. Unless this website is full of knowledgeable want to be lawyers.

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I picked Ohio as a random example. You seem to think that an act is not a crime if there is no applicable federal law. But federal law is not applicable to most crimes, state law is. Ohio, for example, will try you for rape if you commit rape in Ohio.

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Hello C,

Most banks in the US are federally chartered and most accounts are guaranteed by the federal government. Consequently, if one of these banks is robbed, it's a federal crime.

excon

AlofRI(1695) Clarified
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I'm not saying this guy, in this situation, is at fault. If he was at right, more power to him. I was generalizing, I wasn't there. I'm happy if he did the right thing. I'm just saying, America is out of control, it's Dodge City all over again! We have enough ATTITUDE in this country to destroy humanity as we know it. Certainly the America I once knew!

I would like to ask a Question: "Make America Great Again". "Again" means there was a time when we were great. I would like to know when THAT time was! I lived through what I thought was it's greatest time, a matter of opinion. I see no similarity to what most of those wearing "The Hat" want to return to, and what I saw as America's greatness. What do they want? A gun or knife in every hand, I guess. No Government, the Poor dying, the workers working for whatever the capitalists want to pay them, health care commensurate with your ability to earn and THAT commensurate with your ability to pay for the education needed, and THAT on your CEO's calculations on whether he can get cheaper labor in another country!

We will not solve our problems with vigilantism. I'm just saying this guy has every right to defend himself, So much of this does NOT make America great again. But, I digress...........

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Robbery is criminal offense of 2 private parties if that is so then state the law of any state to as to your claim.

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Armed robber enters a home and shot dead that is between private parties?

The robber committed a criminal offense as a private party against another private party. Due to the criminal breach, the State brings charges. Regardless of the outcome of the criminal case, the victim can sue the robber (his estate) for damages. Also, regardless of criminal charges, the family of the dead robber can sue for their loss. These lawsuits are not criminal cases, but civil. OJ won in

criminal court and lost in civil court.

Wasn't it you that said robbery was a state crime and not a federal crime

Yeah. The state would bring the criminal charge against the robber. The robber is bringing civil charges against the citizen. The federal government isn't doing anything.

So was it a crime or difference between two parties

As with most crimes, it was both.

Coltsstrong(4) Clarified
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Chinaman(21) Clarified
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Rape is not a federal law unless committed on federal property as you said. What does Ohio have to do with the Federal Land and laws.

Chinaman(21) Clarified
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What are the certain type of robberies that fall under federal jurisdiction and what is this federal land you are referring to and the boundaries of that federal land are where.

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Why? You don't think Ohio has rape laws and borders to demarcate their jurisdiction?

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Sometimes local and state authorities will notify federal authorities, but often times federal agents are where they need to be (on federal land). Read your source again. Some crimes are Federal due to their nature (guns with drugs), but most crimes are federal only due to geography (federal land or cross borders).

Sometimes a local case is trumped by an ongoing federal investigation, in which case a stereotypical movie scene plays out wherein the Feds say "we'll take it from here boys" followed by a chorus of groans from the locals.

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Armed robber enters a home and shot dead that is between private parties? Wasn't it you that said robbery was a state crime and not a federal crime. So was it a crime or difference between two parties.

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A true statement Chinaman, good job.

Do you know that a person can be sued when no criminal offense even occurred? That's because a private party can sue you for just about anything. As for crime, the citizen broke no criminal statute, which is why the Chief of Police supported him in his statement

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What are the certain type of robberies that fall under federal jurisdiction and who makes that call.

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Rape is only applicable if committed on federal property must be it not is a crime then.

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No federal crime occurred in a armed robbery case. This you know from your understanding of the law.

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Armed Robbery is a state law so you say

State law is the only applicable law in this case. Since it didn't occur on Federal land. Do you mean to say armed robbery is not a state law?

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I quoted your own source in stating that federal crimes are only applicable "on U.S. federal property or on an Indian reservation" BY LAW.


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