CHAPTER 8 - CHAPTER 8 1. A crime may be defined as: *A...

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CHAPTER 8 1. A crime may be defined as: **A crime committed against society as a whole 2. The standard proof in a criminal law case is: **Beyond a reasonable doubt 3. Which tort provides a basis for criminal prosecution as well as a tort action? **Battery 4. Which of the following does NOT describe a felony? **If found guilty, you a sentenced to prison for up to 6 months 5. A homicide committed without malice towards the victim is known as: **Manslaughter 6. If you are convicted of disorderly conduct and are sentenced to pay a fine and nothing more, you have committed: **A Misdemeanor 7. In order for someone to be convicted of a crime, which of the following elements must exist? **The defendant performed a prohibited act 8. A wrongful mental state is known as: **Mens Rea 9. With regards to corporations: **they may be held liable for crimes just as individual may be 10. The “Responsible Corporate Officer” doctrine means that **Corporate officers may be held liable for statutory violations committed by employers under
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CHAPTER 8 - CHAPTER 8 1. A crime may be defined as: *A...

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