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Question 1 7 out of 7 points In which of the following situations would the Defendant’s claim of voluntary intoxication most likely result in a finding of not guilty?
Question 2 7 out of 7 points Mr. Rogers believes, wrongly, that there is a statute that makes it a crime to watch an R rated movie over the internet. Rogers decides that the government should not be able to restrict what people watch over the Internet. Therefore, as an act of civil disobedience, he deliberately watches an R rated movie over the internet. Rogers then calls the police, and reports himself as having committed the crime of watching an R rated movie over the internet. Is Rogers guilty of an attempt crime?
Question 3 7 out of 7 points The legal age of consent for sex is defined by statute as 16 years old. Saul went out to a bar to have a few drinks. As he entered the bar, Saul had to show his ID to the bouncer to prove that he was over 21 years old. Inside the bar, Saul started talking with a pretty girl. The girl told Saul that her name was Phoebe, that she was a law student at the local university, and that she had worked for several years as a paralegal after college and before law school. Saul and Phoebe talked about music they liked, movies they had seen, and books they had read. Saul was impressed by Phoebe’s sophistication. Saul also enjoyed the fact that Phoebe said she had traveled to several foreign countries as an undergraduate exchange student. Saul asked Phoebe to go home with him, and she agreed. Later that night, Saul and Phoebe had sex. In the morning, police arrived at Saul ’s home and arrested him. In reality, Phoebe was only 15 years old, and she had snuck into the bar and then lied about her background. Is Saul guilty of statutory rape?

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