Actual Loss Law and Legal Definition

Actual loss is defined as “the reasonably foreseeable pecuniary harm that resulted from the offense, and in jointly undertaken criminal activity, a defendant's relevant conduct includes all reasonably foreseeable acts and omissions of others in furtherance of the jointly undertaken criminal activity.” United States v. Jenkins-Watts, 574 F.3d 950 (8th Cir. Mo. 2009)