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CRMJ 410 Week 3 Quiz Latest Guide

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CRMJ 410 Week 3 Quiz Latest Guide

1. (TCO 1) In the early days of the American republic, this became something of a “legal bible.”

2. (TCO 1) Mala in se offenses includes _______.

3. (TCO 1) In rendering interpretations of the law, appellate courts generally follow precedent, in keeping with the common-law doctrine of _______.

4. (TCO 2) The Constitution provides: “The judicial Power…shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as _______ may from time to time ordain and establish.”

5. (TCO 2) These Courts are the major trial courts in the federal judiciary.

6. (TCO 2) Congress’s legislative power may divided into two broad categories: enumerated powers and _______.

7. (TCO 3) At a minimum, a criminal law that touches on constitutionally protected interests must be “rationally related to furthering a legitimate government interest.” This is referred to as the _______.

8. (TCO 3) Designed more to limit the discretion of police and prosecutors than to ensure that statutes are intelligible to persons pondering criminal activity is the _______.

9. (TCO 3) This crime is a good example of a general intent crime because the reckless acts of the accused that may have caused another’s death were done voluntarily, but without any intent to cause the death

10. (TCO 4) Modern statutes generally view this party (the _______) as being less culpable than one who plans, assists or commits a crime

11. (TCO 4) Under the doctrine of _______, the defendant’s original intent is transferred from one against whom it was directed to the one who suffered the consequences

12. (TCO 4) A legal duty for a person to act to prevent harm to another may arise from _______.

13. (TCO 5) One who intentionally strikes another person with a sharp metal letter opener would most likely be charged with _______.

14. (TCO 5) The prosecution can establish premeditation in a homicide case by proving _______.

15. (TCO 5) The common law maxim of caveat emptor means _______.

16. (TCO 1) Discuss the constitutional guarantee of due process of law.

17. (TCO 2) Discuss the difference between the enumerated powers and the implied powers of Congress, including those powers that apply to criminal justice

18. (TCO 3) Distinguish between motive and intent

19. (TCO 5) Define and explain the difference between larceny and robbery

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