7 out of 7 points
Able wanted to kill Baker. Able believed in voodoo. More specifically, Able believed that
by sticking pins into a voodoo doll made to look like Baker, he would cause Baker to
suffer a slow and painful death. Able obtained a voodoo doll made to look like Baker,
and performed a voodoo ritual to ensure that the doll would serve its intended purpose.
Able then began to stick pins into the voodoo doll. Of course, Baker did not die as a
result of Able’s acts. Is Able guilty of attempted murder?
7 out of 7 points
Charlie and Debbie decided to make methamphetamine for themselves and their
friends. Debbie looked up a recipe to make methamphetamine on the Internet. Charlie
went to the local drug store and bought some iodine and some matches, two of the
ingredients in the recipe. However, Charlie was unable to purchase any Sudafed or other
medications containing ephedrine, another ingredient in the recipe, due to new
restrictions imposed by state law on such purchases. After Charlie left the drug store,
the pharmacist called the police and reported Charlie’s efforts to purchase Sudafed.
Charlie and Debbie were both arrested. Is Debbie guilty of attempted manufacture of
0 out of 7 points
Jack and Smack are at the corner store. They really want some 5 Guys fries, but they
don’t have any money. Jack has a plan. He tells Smack that if he (Smack) will distract
the cashier by talking about last night’s episode of “The Biggest Loser,” he (Jack) will
stuff fries down his pockets for them to split when they get back to the White House.
Smack agrees. However, Smack feels the need to “get into character.” In order to do
that, Smack goes home to watch his TiVo recording of “The Biggest Loser.” When Smack
is confident that he knows everything about exercise and eating right, he and Jack walk
back to the store. Smack distracts the cashier by chatting about his favorite trainer,
Jillian. As Jack picks up some fries and puts them in his pocket, an old woman raps him