CRJU101.FinalExamReview.SP09

CRJU101.FinalExamReview.SP09 - CRJU 101003 FINAL EXAM...

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CRJU 101—003 FINAL EXAM REVIEW SHEET, Spring 2009 General themes Due process vs crime control perspectives The presence and impact of discretion throughout the CJ process Ways the CJ branches work together and ways they don’t How changes in crime rates have influenced CJ policy Test 1 The elements of self-defense in South Carolina The Part I UCR Index crimes Larceny vs robbery vs burglary Murder vs involuntary manslaughter vs voluntary manslaughter Mala in se, mala prohibita The general elements of all crimes ( mens rea, actus reus , concurrence, causation, defenses) 3 branches of the criminal justice system The felony murder rule Depraved heart murder The difference between probation and parole Test 2 Rights protected by 4 th , 5 th , 6 th , and 8 th Amendments The exclusionary rule The Carroll Doctrine The Warren Court When Miranda warnings are required Terry v. Ohio Test 3 Know the justifications for punishment
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course CRJU 101 taught by Professor Clement during the Spring '08 term at South Carolina.

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CRJU101.FinalExamReview.SP09 - CRJU 101003 FINAL EXAM...

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