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CHAPTER 6 QUIZ TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS Indicate whether the statement is true or false by placing a “T” or an “F” to the left of the question number. Do not place your answer at the end of the statement. One point per question; 15 points possible. T 5. One purpose of criminal sanctions is to deter others from committing similar crimes in the future. T 7. Corporations, like persons, can be liable for crimes. T 9. Picking pockets is larceny. T 11. Falsifying public records is forgery. T 13. Crimes occurring in a business context are popularly referred to as white-collar crime. T 15. It is not a crime to defraud the public through the use of ads on television. F 17. Bribing foreign officials to obtain favorable business contracts is not a crime. F 19. In some states, misdemeanors are punishable by imprisonment for up to 10 years. T 23. Most crimes must be prosecuted within a certain number of years after the crimes occur. T 25. Constitutional safeguards protect the rights of individuals against federal government actions. 27. A suspect cannot be tried twice in the same court for the same crime. 29. The purpose of the exclusionary rule is to deter police from misconduct. 31. Individuals who are arrested must be informed of certain constitutional rights. 33. Any criminal activity occurring via a computer in the virtual community of the Internet is a cyber crime. 35. A hacker is someone who uses one computer to break into another. MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS Highlight or underline the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. One point per question; 15 points possible. 3. Mary enters a gas station and points a gun at the clerk. She then forces the clerk to open the cash register and give her all the money. Mary can be charged with a. robbery.
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