Intended Loss Law and Legal Definition

Intended loss is defined as "the pecuniary harm that was intended to result from the offense. The court shall use the gain that resulted from the offense as an alternative measure of loss only if there is a loss but it reasonably cannot be determined." United States v. Miller, 2009 U.S. App. LEXIS 26574 (8th Cir. Ark. Dec. 7, 2009)