Crimes and Torts Test I

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Crimes and Torts Test I 1. 05-015 A plaintiff can generally recover for negligent infliction of emotional distress for any unintentional conduct of the defendant that causes the plaintiff to suffer emotional distress. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. True B. False 100% Score: 1/1 2. 05-073 Sam had just finished a great day of skiing as he walked toward the parking lot with his skis over his shoulders. While waiting to cross at a crosswalk, a car's horn honks down the street. He suddenly turns to see where the sound came from, and in doing so his skis swing around and hit Pam in the head, injuring her. Which of the following, if true, would give Sam the best chance of avoiding liability to Pam? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Sam did not intend to harm anyone when he turned to see the source of the sound. B. The driver of the car violated an anti-noise ordinance in blowing the horn. C. Pam had planned to cross the crosswalk as soon as traffic allowed, rather than wait
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Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback for the "walk" light to indicate that it was safe to do so. D. Pam had been walking behind Sam for several hundred yards and had observed that Sam, on several occasions, had nearly struck other persons as he carried his skis. 100% Score: 1/1 3. 05-067 In the Palsgraf case, foreseeability was an issue. The question addressed by the court was: Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Was it foreseeable to the plaintiff (Ms. Palsgraf) that the scales would fall? B. Was it foreseeable to the plaintiff (Ms. Palsgraf) that someone in the train station would be carrying explosive fireworks? C. Was it foreseeable to the passenger carrying the fireworks that they might explode and injure someone?
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Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback D. Was it foreseeable to the railroad employee helping the passenger onto the train that doing so might lead to injury to Ms. Palsgraf or another bystander? 100% E. Was it foreseeable to Ms. Palsgraf that her injury would have been caused by an explosion? Score: 1/1 4. 05-051 A landowner owes a duty of ordinary care to: Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. licensees only B. invitees only C. trespassers only D. licensees and invitees 100% E. licensees, invitees, and trespassers Score: 1/1 5. 05-002 Punitive damages can be recovered in strict liability and intentional tort cases.
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Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. True B. False 0% Score: 0/1 6. 05-032 Assuming that statutory requirements are met, what is protected under merchant protection statutes? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. Merchants are protected from the intentional torts of their customers. B. Merchants are
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course MHL 145 taught by Professor Durant during the Fall '10 term at Mesa CC.

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