Division II: To Convict Instructions on 2nd Degree Theft Do Not Always Require Aggregation Instructions
This one is for you crime law nerds out there. Essentially, Hussein was writing bad checks on a closed account, including checks over the $750 amount threshold for 2nd Degree theft. He challenged the instruction as not having an aggregation definition. The Court said, essentially, no harm no foul. It wasn’t required because some of the instances were over $750 on their own. Even if, no harm done.
Going to keep it short and sweet on this one. Too close to Halloween and The Prof has too much to do to keep up on work and the massive amount of trick or treaters he has to satisfy in a couple days with awesome costumes, awesome decorations, awesome candy, and equally awesome party-goers that help hand out candy.