Cyber Crime

Beyond Borders: Competing Sovereigns and Double Jeopardy

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In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco writes: Although Internet-based crime has grown exponentially, and the opportunity for conflict and cross-over among the various impacted sovereignties and their investigative and prosecutorial agencies exists, the courts' application of well established legal rules prevent unwarranted successive criminal prosecutions for the same criminal transactions unless established legal exceptions apply.

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