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[8] And, those who have ways or places of concealment for stolen property, or abundant opportunities of disposing of it.1 And those who, even if they do not remain undetected, can get the trial set aside or put off, or corrupt the judges. And those who, if a fine be imposed, can get payment in full set aside or put off for a long time, or those who, owing to poverty, have nothing to lose.

1 Or, a “resourceful mind.”

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