Ch09-TB2-WBL-10e

Ch09-TB2-WBL-10e - Chapter9 CriminalLawandCyberCrimes

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Chapter 9 Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. A crime punishable by imprisonment in a federal or state penitentiary for  any period of time is a misdemeanor. ANSWER: F PAGE: 179 TYPE: + 2. Some felonies are actually misdemeanors. ANSWER: F PAGE: 180 TYPE: + 3. Criminal liability does not depend on the commission or omission of an act. ANSWER: F PAGE: 181 TYPE: N 4. The use of force or intimidation is  not  necessary for an act of theft to be  considered a robbery. ANSWER: F PAGE: 182 TYPE: = 83
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84 TEST BANK 2—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES 5. Breaking and entering into the dwelling of another with the intent to  commit a felony is burglary. ANSWER: T PAGE: 183 TYPE: N 6. Changing a trademark is forgery. ANSWER: T PAGE: 183 TYPE: N 7. It is a crime to use the mail to defraud the public. ANSWER: T PAGE: 184 TYPE: + 8. Embezzlement may be committed without physically taking property from  the possession of another. ANSWER: T PAGE: 184 TYPE: = 9. A bribe need not consist of money to be a crime. ANSWER: T PAGE: 184 TYPE: + 10. Crimes occurring in the business context are popularly referred to as blue- collar crime. ANSWER: F PAGE: 184 TYPE: N 11. Under federal law, financial institutions must report currency transactions  in excess of $10,000. ANSWER: T PAGE: 185 TYPE: = 12. Forfeiture of a business interest and dissolution of a business are possible  penalties under RICO. ANSWER: T PAGE: 187 TYPE: N 13. Ignorance of the law is a valid defense to criminal liability. ANSWER: F PAGE: 188 TYPE: = 14. Voluntary intoxication is always a defense to criminal liability.
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CHAPTER 9: CRIMINAL LAW AND CYBER CRIMES 85 ANSWER: F PAGE: 188 TYPE: + 15. Most crimes must be prosecuted within a certain period of time. ANSWER: T PAGE: 189 TYPE: N 16. Under   the   exclusionary   rule,   all   illegally   obtained   evidence   must   be  included in any criminal prosecution. ANSWER: F PAGE: 190 TYPE: N
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86 TEST BANK 2—UNIT TWO: TORTS AND CRIMES 17. Under the Fifth Amendment, there is no circumstance in which a person  can be compelled to give testimony. ANSWER: F PAGE: 190 TYPE: N 18. In Case 9.3,   Miranda v. Arizona,   the United States Supreme Court held  that criminal defendants must be informed of their right to remain silent. ANSWER:
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Ch09-TB2-WBL-10e - Chapter9 CriminalLawandCyberCrimes

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