Embezzlement refers to the misappropriation, or illegal disposal, of legally entrusted property by the person to whom it was entrusted, with the intent to defraud the legal owner or the intended beneficiary.
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Embezzlement is defined as the crime of withholding or withdrawing - conversion or misappropriation, without consent, funds entrusted to an agent, such as a bank teller or bank officer

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