Review for Exam 1

Review for Exam 1 - UCR 2008 Fall, Criminology

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Review for Exam #1 1. Crime is an intentional act and omission only in violation of criminal law 2. Failing to act may be criminal if There is a legal duty to act 3. Four types of intent are considered under most criminal code; which of the following is not one of these types? Ignorance 8. Felonies and misdemeanors are distinguished primarily in terms of the length of sentence that may be imposed 9. All of the following are uses for official crime statics except: All of the choices are correct are uses for official crime statistics 10. Violent crime trends over the last 25 years show that crime goes up and down independent of criminal justice politics 11. The two primary sources of official crime statistics are: Uniform Crime Report and National Crime Victim(ization) Survey. 12. Originally there were 7 part 1 offenses that made up the serious crime index. Which of the following crimes was added to the part 1 offenses of the other) UCR in 1978 Arson 22. The Positivist school of criminology rejected the idea of free will and instead
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Review for Exam 1 - UCR 2008 Fall, Criminology

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