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Even if a crime that has been committed by computer is discovered and reported, the odds of being both arrested and convicted greatly favor the criminal.

Each of the following, if true, supports the claim above EXCEPT:
(A) The preparation of computer-fraud cases takes much more time than is required for average fraud cases, and the productivity of prosecutors is evaluated by the number of good cases made.
(B) In most police departments, officers are rotated through different assignments every two or three years, a shorter time than it takes to become proficient as a computer-crime investigator.
(C) The priorities of local police departments, under whose jurisdiction most computer crime falls, are weighted toward visible street crime that communities perceive as threatening.
(D) Computer criminals have rarely been sentenced to serve time in prison, because prisons are overcrowded with violent criminals and drug offenders.
(E) The many police officers who are untrained in computers often inadvertently destroy the physical evidence of computer crime.

Please give reasons for ur choices....
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Re: CR-Criminal [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 06:53
Even if a crime that has been committed by computer is discovered and reported, the odds of being both arrested and convicted greatly favor the criminal.

Each of the following, if true, supports the claim above EXCEPT:
(A) The preparation of computer-fraud cases takes much more time than is required for average fraud cases, and the productivity of prosecutors is evaluated by the number of good cases made.
(B) In most police departments, officers are rotated through different assignments every two or three years, a shorter time than it takes to become proficient as a computer-crime investigator.
(C) The priorities of local police departments, under whose jurisdiction most computer crime falls, are weighted toward visible street crime that communities perceive as threatening.
(D) Computer criminals have rarely been sentenced to serve time in prison, because prisons are overcrowded with violent criminals and drug offenders.

Arresting and convicting are different from serving time in prison. So, the reason that prisons are overcrowded can't favor the criminal in arresting and convicting.

(E) The many police officers who are untrained in computers often inadvertently destroy the physical evidence of computer crime.

Please give reasons for ur choices....

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 [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 08:09
I'm for D .
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 10:49
yeh D for me too
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 19:13
D for the same reason
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 20:17
Hey, I had chosen D too
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Dec 2006, 21:59
clearly D
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