five - d. proof of intent is generally not required 7. Evil...

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CRIMINAL LAW CHAPTER 5 STUDY GUIDE 1 . T F Motive is never an essential element of a crime 2. T F Motive can be important in determining the existence or absence of intent 2. Mens rea is: a. general intent a. specific intent b. recklessness c. negligence 3. One who acts, not intending harm, but with complete disregard for the rights and safety of others, causing harm to result, is: a. reckless a. negligent b. careless c. mens rea 4. Which of the following is not an element of negligence? a. standard of care b. breach of the standard c. proximate cause d. death or destruction 5. Which of the following statements regarding mala prohibitia offenses is true? a. only general intent need be proved b. only mens rea need be established c. specific intent must be proved d. proof of intent is generally not required 6. Which of the following statements regarding mala prohibitia offenses is true? a only general intent need be proved b only mens rea need be established c specific intent must be proved
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Unformatted text preview: d. proof of intent is generally not required 7. Evil state of mind that, when coupled with an unlawful act, makes one criminally liable is ______________________ 8. _____________is the state of mind of one who acts in a manner not necessarily intending harm, but reflecting a complete disregard for the rights and safety of others. Recklessness 9 .General intent is the intent to produce a specific result. a. true b. false 10. State of mind that accompanies an injury or harm proximately caused by breach of standard of care owed by one person to another. The severity of the breach distinguishes criminal from civil negligence is______________________ 11. Situation in which a person acts with the intent to cause a specific result and someone or something else ends up being the target of the conduct is: a. corpus delicti b. specific intent c. general intent d. transferred intent...
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course CJ 101 taught by Professor Idk during the Spring '11 term at San Jacinto.

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