When we think of crime
M7: Crime and Accountability
When we think of crime, we tend to think of individual actions, despite the fact that corporations also commit criminal acts that result in the loss of property and/or bodily injury, including death. In fact, wrong doing by corporations far exceeds “street” crime in terms of economic costs and bodily harm, including death. However, corporations are rarely held criminally accountable for their actions. Why do you think that is? In your answer also consider the elements of crime and how these requirements may pose difficulties in terms of criminal responsibility.
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