WHAT IS A TRANSITORY OFFENSE AND A CONTINUING OFFENSE?
> TRANSITORY OFFENSE: crimes where some acts material and essential to the crimes and requisite to their commission occur in one municipality or territory and some acts are done in another place.
>CONTINUING OFFENSE: consummated in one place, yet by nature of the offense, the violation of the law is deemed continuing
HOW DO YOU DETERMINE JURISDICTION OVER A CONTINUING CRIME?
> The courts of the territories where the essential ingredients of the crime took place have CONCURRENT JURISDICTION
> But the court which first acquires jurisdiction excludes the other courts