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    Hi,

    could you please tell me what "qualified" means in the following sentence:

    Its domain is more serious crimes, such as murders, bodily harm, economic, financial and property criminality with very high damages or with a particularly qualified manner in which the crime was committed.

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    Re: qualified

    Its domain is more serious crimes, such as murders, bodily harm, economic, financial and property criminality with very high damages or with a particularly qualified manner in which the crime was committed.

    This is a list of the serious crime:
    1)murders
    2)bodily harm,
    3)economic, financial and property criminal acts.
    4) qualified manner crimes


    "with very high damages" further describes the group (3)

    the "or" begins the last of the series. A "particulary qualified manner" probably mean those with a specific MO, like a serial killer or terrorist cell group with a specific plan.


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    What's MO?


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    ah, you probably mean "modus operandi"

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