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People v. Williams, 97 Cal. App. 3d 382 - Cal: Court of Appeal, 2nd Appellate Dist., 5th Div. 1979 - Google Scholar - 0 views

  • hey assert that a conspiracy terminates when the primary object of the conspiracy is complete
  • . Further, as discussed immediately below, it misconstrues the notion of the "primary object" of a conspiracy.
  • (3) We agree with defendants that for purposes of the statute of limitations, a conspiracy terminates upon the completion of its primary object; acts committed subsequent to such completion cannot be deemed overt acts in the furtherance of the conspiracy. (People v. Zamora (1976) 18 Cal.3d 538, 554, fn. 12, 560 [134 Cal. Rptr. 784, 557 P.2d 75]
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  • use it erroneously equates "primary object of a conspiracy" with the subjective ultimate goals of the conspirators. On the contrary, a close reading of Zamora makes clear that the term "primary object" has a somewhat technical rather than ordinary meaning; it refers to the substantive offense which the conspirators agree to commit. (Ibid.)
  • Thus, in order to determine when the three conspiracies terminated, the court looked to the time when the substantive offense underlying each conspiracy was completed. (Id., at p. 554, fn. 12.) The court found that the central object of the conspiracy to commit grand theft was the 390*390 obtaining of insurance proceeds under false pretenses; hence, such conspiracy terminated upon the receipt of the last payment. (Id., at pp. 555, 560.)
  • In Williams v. Superior Court, supra, 81 Cal. App.3d at pages 344, 345, the companion case to the one currently before us, we held that concealment is a continuing crime if the facts demonstrate a continuing pattern of purposeful concealment.
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  • A reading of People v. Gilbert (1938) 26 Cal. App.2d 1, 25-26 [78 P.2d 770], convinces us that this contention lacks merit. In that case, immunity was granted to two of the persons who had allegedly participated in three conspiracies. The remaining defendants argued that the persons granted immunity could not be counted as coconspirators for purposes of determining whether a conspiracy had been committed. (8) The
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      Dylina 1983 STump if he is a conspriator or not does not depend on others for conspriing  a state action was involved...he participated in that actoin, and the signature of order to conceal further the conspiracy. What is the object of the conspriacy to deplete all of the money to pay in full every premium to complete the insurance contract TO COMPLETE THE INSURANCE CONTRACT PAY FOR EVERY premium until the maturity date, and now the death. that locks in the owner of the policy.
  • As in Gilbert, the grant of immunity to Ms. Hoover is not inconsistent with her culpability as a coconspirator. Her acts in furtherance of the conspiracy may therefore be considered in establishing the culpability of her fellow coconspirators. (See, also, People v. Hadden (1947) 79 Cal. App.2d 635 [180 P.2d 3
Dennis OConnor

Skype and Kinect could be Microsoft's new killer combo - GeekWire - 12 views

  • Microsoft’s blockbuster agreement to acquire Skype is all but assured now, with multiple reports citing a purchase price of $8.5 billion,
  • The skepticism is warranted. Microsoft has had a rough time with big acquisitions in the past, and Skype will be seen by many in the industry as tying its fortunes to an over-the-hill technology giant that has struggled in consumer markets.
  • But many of the people trying to wrap their heads around the deal are missing an important point — the more than 10 million Microsoft cameras connected to television screens in homes around the world.
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  • That’s how many Xbox 360 Kinect sensors have been sold in six months.
  • Whether or not all of this justifies the $8+ billion price tag isn’t clear. Google and Facebook were reportedly discussing $3 billion to $4 billion at one point in their talks with Skype, which suggests that Microsoft was willing to pay a premium to keep those competitors at bay.
    A few years from now when the 'Holo Deck" is real and brought to you via the Cloud by our buddies in Redmond, will we remember it all started with Kinect & Skype?    if games drive virtual presence toward a 3d experience... I'll take the ride and try to figure out how to use it in teaching and learning. 
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