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Title Abstract Author Volumesort ascending Issue Date Published Geographic Identifier Subject Areas
AIDP and OAS Conclude Cooperation Agreement On April 11, 1986, the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS) and the International Association of Penal Law (AIDP) concluded a cooperation agreement. Bruce Zagaris 2 4 1986-04-01 Latin America and South America International Criminal and Comparative Law
Money Laundering Bill Passed as Part of Anti-Drug Law On October 17, 1986, the money laundering provisions which have been the subject of many hearings and debates by Congress were passed as Subtle H of the "Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986" (HR 5484).  The... Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Money Laundering
Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Controls Holds Hearing On June 24, 1986, The Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control held its first hearing to investigate compliance with existing treaties on drug control and preparations for the new... David Simonetti and Bruce Zagaris 2 7 1986-07-01 United States Drugs & Trafficking
Nigerian Crime Prompts Hearings But Few Recommended Solutions On September 17, 1986, the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the United States Senate held hearings on the growing phenomenon of Nigerian criminal activity in the United States.  Testimony... Raymond Wuslich 2 10 1986-10-01 Nigeria Crimes
INS To Continue Use of Tax Information for Enforcement The Report of a meeting between the Visa Office Representatives of the Department of State and the Visa Office Liaison Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) has elucidated... Bruce Zagaris 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Immigration
ILANUD Celebrates Its Tenth Anniversary The United Nations Latin American Institute for Crime Prevention and Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD) has started a new publication, called "ILANUD Boletin Informativo."  The Bulletin will provide... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 Latin America and South America International Criminal and Comparative Law
International Cooperation on Child Pornography The United States Government has quite recently stepped up its efforts to combat child pornography on both the domestic and international fronts.  On the international level the United States has... Leesteffy Jenkins 2 11 1986-11-01 World Abuse of Children
United Kingdom to Allow Video Evidence from Abroad for Use in Criminal Cases In an effort to speed up trials for offenses involving major frauds, the United Kingdom Government intends to introduce legislation granting courts the power to obtain evidence abroad for use in... Kersi B Shroff 2 8 1986-08-01 United Kingdom Adjective Enforcement
Belgian Tax and Money Transfer Investigations Belgian authorities are investigating the activites of a financial services institution in Antwerp, Roger Kirschen & Co., the center of the diamond trade in Belgium. Bruce Zagaris 2 2 1986-02-01 Belgium Tax Enforcement
Iranian Fights Rejection of Asylum Application Amir Charmchi remains in a detention center in New York.  Federal District Judge Robert W. Sweet is expected to rule on the fate of this 24-year-old Iranian "refugee in orbit" who has twice been sent... Peter Brown 2 12 1986-12-01 United States Asylum
Australia Enacts Liberalized Extradition Legislation Australia has enacted a statute containing liberalized extradition procedures, facilitating the extradition of fugitives both to and from Australia.  Statute Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act (No. 2... Bruce Zagaris 2 5 1986-05-01 Australia Extradition
U.S. Regulations to Enforce UNESCO Cultural Property Convention Effective March 31, 1986, the United States will have in force customs regulations for the enforcement of the Convention on Cultural Property Implementation Act of 1983, which implements the 1970... Clemens M. Kochinke 2 3 1986-03-01 United States Cultural Property
Agenda for 8th U.N. Congress on Prevention of Crime & Treatment of Offenders At its Ninth Session (Vienna, 5-14 March 1986), the United Nations agreed upon topics for discussion at the Eighth Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (1990).   Gael M. Kerrigan 2 9 1986-09-01 World Criminal Procedure/Proceedings
IRS to Aggressively Go After Illegal Activity Cash On March 21, 1986, the Internal Revenue Service issued temporary regulations that persons caught in the possession of large amounts of "illegal activity cash" in excess of $10,000 will be slapped... Bruce Zagaris 2 4 1986-04-01 United States Financial Crimes
New U.S. Anti-Drug Law Has Significant International Law Impact The 99th Congress resoundingly shut its doors on October 17th having passed a comprehensive anti-drug bill which President Reagan signed into law on October 27th.  The Act contains many significant... Leesteffy Jenkins and Bruce Zagaris 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Drug Enforcement
OECD Fiscal Committee Draft Tax Convention Criticized On July 10, 1986, the OECD Fiscal Committee passed a draft multilateral convention for the Prevention of Tax Evasion which was prepared in cooperation with the Council of Europe.  The draft, so far... Clemens J.M. Kochinke 2 7 1986-07-01 Europe Tax Enforcement
U.S. Court Holds U.S. Constitution Not Applicable to Search Abroad In U.S. v. Molina-Chacon, the U.S. District Court held that Fourth and Fifth Amendment requirements do not apply to foreign searches by foreign officials or to foreign arrests.  In deciding this case... Leesteffy Jenkins 2 10 1986-10-01 United States Legislation
US Government Suffers Set Back in Computer Crime Case In U.S. District Court in Portland, Maine, Judge Gene Carter ruled that U.S. Attorney Pasquale Perrino, Jr. had failed to show that Mr. Kenneth Wu Hahn, 47, of Cocoa Beach, Florida was involved in... Peter Brown 2 6 1986-06-01 United States Computer Crimes
Gucci-Garpeg Cases End with Guilty Plea to Tax Evasion On January 17, 1986, Aldo Gucci, former chairman of Gucci Shops, Inc., the world wide Gucci clothing and leather goods stores, pleaded guilty in Manhattan (New York City) in the U.S. District Court... Bruce Zagaris 2 1 1986-01-01 United States Tax Crimes
Forfeiture of Attorneys Fees: United States v. Thier The constitutionality of pretrail restraining orders which freeze a defendant's assets pending trial has become the subject of heated debate.  On the one hand, government attorneys have argued that... Raymond Wuslich 2 11 1986-11-01 United States Legal Ethics