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Criminal Jury Instructions

 

EQUIVALENT PROPERTY

"Equivalent property" means property that may be readily converted into, or exchanged for, United States or foreign currency or coin, including gold, silver or platinum bullion or coins, diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires or other precious stones, stamps or airline tickets, or any other property that is intended to be so converted or exchanged. 

Source:  General Statutes § 53a-275 (2) (applies to Part XXIII:  Money Laundering, §§ 53a-276 -- 53a-282).

 

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