Interstate Transportation of Stolen Proprty- Federal
[Defendant] is accused of taking stolen money [property], from [state] to [state], on or about [date]. It is against federal law to transport money [property] from one state to another knowing that the money [property] is stolen. For you to find [defendant] guilty of this crime, you must be convinced that the government has proven each of these things beyond a reasonable doubt:
First, that the money [property] was stolen;
Second, that [defendant] took the money [property] from [state] to [state], or arranged for it to be taken;
Third, that, when [defendant] took the money [property] from [state] to [state], or arranged for it to be taken, he/she knew that it was stolen;
Fourth, that the money [property] totaled [was worth] $5,000 or more.
It does not matter whether [defendant] stole the money [property] or someone else did. However, for you to find [defendant] guilty of this crime, it must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that he/she took at least $5,000 [worth of property] or arranged for at least $5,000 [worth of property] to be taken from [state] to [state] knowing it was stolen.
 
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