He also is charged with engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise.
What does CCE stand for?
CCE stands for Continuing Criminal Enterprise
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- Consortium for Corporate Entrepreneurship
- Consortium for Courseware Engineering
- Construction Cost Estimate
- Consulting & Commissioning Engineers (Slovenia)
- Consumer Communications for England
- Container Control Element (US DoD)
- Contemporary Chamber Ensemble (various locations)
- Content Control Engine
- Continental Construction Enterprises
- Contingency Communication Element
- Continuity Count Error
- Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation
- Continuous Conductive Enclosure
- Continuous Criminal Enterprise
- Contra Costa Electric
- Control Channel Elements (wireless communications)
- Control Creation Edition (Visual BASIC)
- Controlled Configuration Explosive
- Cooperative College Education
- Coordination Center for Effects
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mujica was also charged with operating a continuing criminal enterprise, also known as the "Kingpin" statute.
10) The court granted the motion in part, redacting the first twenty-six predicate acts of the continuing criminal enterprise charge and taking certain measures to prevent the jury from improperly considering evidence pre- December 1997.
Additionally, Castro and another cartel member are charged with operating a continuing criminal enterprise, and, if convicted, face mandatory life sentences.
In an apparent attempt to ensure that sanctuaries did not become havens for continuing criminal enterprises, the commission of any further felonies once sanctuary was granted would lead to the loss of such privileges, and the person could then be arrested and dealt with under the ordinary laws of the land.
From extensions and revision to the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act and the Continuing Criminal Enterprise Act emerged in rein civil proceeding, wherein, the suspect property is seized and the owner bears the burden to prove (by a preponderance of evidence) that the property is innocent.
36) In Crumbley, the defendant pled guilty to a state murder charge and federal charges of engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise and filing a false tax return; he thus agreed to forfeit certain assets under 21 U.
28, involves charges of engaging in a continuing criminal enterprise, conspiracy to possess at least 1,000 kilograms of marijuana with intent to distribute and attempt to possess marijuana with intent to distribute.