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10/12/2017Test Chapters 5-8 - Concepts in crim: Concepts of Criminal Law1/11Test Chapters 5‐8 ‐ Concepts in crimDueOct 16 at 11:59pmPoints50Questions25AvailableOct 10 at 12am Oct 16 at 11:59pm7 daysTime Limit60 MinutesInstruc±onsA±empt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 117 minutes46 out of 50Correct answers are hidden.Score for this quiz:46out of 50Submitted Oct 12 at 10:05pmThis attempt took 17 minutes.This is a 25 question test based upon Chapters 58 in the text book as well as the PowerPoint and classlecture. The test will be made up of multiple choice and True/False questions. You must complete the testin one sitting.0 / 2 ptsQuestion 1IncorrectThe primary goal of juvenile courts is the rehabilitation of delinquent youths.TrueFalse0 / 2 ptsQuestion 2IncorrectThe first prong of theM’Naghtenrule requires a showing the defendant:
10/12/2017Test Chapters 5-8 - Concepts in crim: Concepts of Criminal Law2/112 / 2 ptsQuestion 3At what age do most states infer that individuals are competent and capable of committing acrime?2 / 2 ptsQuestion 4A defendant of questionable competency should not be tried for a criminal violation for allof the following reasons except:
10/12/2017Test Chapters 5-8 - Concepts in crim: Concepts of Criminal Law