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Chapter 7- Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes

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Chapter 7- Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. Only the government prosecutes criminal defendants.         2. A crime punishable by imprisonment is a felony.         3. Burglary involves taking another’s personal property from his or her person or immediate presence.         4. Embezzlement requires physically taking property for another’s possession.         5. Stealing a computer program is larceny.         6. Offering a bribe is only one element of the crime of bribery.         7. Receiving stolen goods is a crime only if the recipient knows the true owner.         8. Generally, a person is not responsible for a criminal act if, as a result of a mental defect, he or she  lacked substantial capacity to appreciate the wrongfulness of the act.
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