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Concept of Jurisdiction Over the Territory Where the Offense Was Committed

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A court has an inchoate (imperfect) right of jurisdiction over all crimes committed within its territorial jurisdiction, which is perfected on the institution of the action. The change in the territorial limits of the place may be a cause for a court to lose jurisdiction over the offense.

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