in a criminal investigation or proceeding and accepted the
monetary instrument with the intent to disguise or aid in
disguising the source of the funds or the nature of the criminal
Conducting includes, but is not limited to, initiating, participating in, or
concluding a transaction.
Financial institution means (any national bank or banking institution/
<insert appropriate entity from Pen. Code, § 186.9(b)>)
located or doing business in the state of California.
Atransaction includes the (deposit/ [or] withdrawal/ [or] transfer/ [or]
bailment/ [or] loan/ [or] pledge/ [or] payment/ [or] exchange) of
(currency/ [or] a monetary instrument/ [or] the electronic, wire,
magnetic, or manual transfer) of funds between accounts by, through,
or to, a ﬁnancial institution.
Amonetary instrument means (money of the United States of America/
[or] <insert appropriate item from Pen. Code, § 186.9(d)>.
Criminal activity means (a criminal offense punishable under the laws of
the state of California by [death or] imprisonment in the state prison/
[or] a criminal offense committed in another jurisdiction, which, under
the laws of that jurisdiction is punishable by death or imprisonment for
a term exceeding one year).
[Foreign bank draft means a bank draft or check issued or made out by
a foreign (bank/ [or] savings and loan/ [or] casa de cambio/ [or] credit
union/ [or] currency dealer or exchanger/ [or] check cashing business/
[or] money transmitter/ [or] insurance company/ [or] investment or
private bank) [or any other foreign ﬁnancial institution that provides
similar ﬁnancial services,] on an account in the name of the foreign
bank or foreign ﬁnancial institution held at a bank or other ﬁnancial
institution located in the United States or a territory of the United
<Give the following paragraph if a sentence enhancement is alleged
pursuant to Pen. Code, § 186.10(c).>
[If you ﬁnd the defendant guilty of this crime, you must then determine
whether the [total] value of the [attempted] transaction[s] was more
than <insert alleged minimum value> but less than <insert
alleged top limit>. The People have the burden of proving this additional
allegation beyond a reasonable doubt. If the People have not met this
burden, you must ﬁnd that this allegation has not been proved.]
New August 2009; Revised April 2010
CALCRIM No. 2997 VANDALISM, LOITERING, AND TRESPASS