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The Criminal Act Chapter 4 Study Guide 1. An article, the mere possession of which is considered so detrimental to the welfare of society that its possession is unlawful regardless of any reason, is called: a. an article b. an unlawful article c. certiorari d. contraband 2. A set of lock picks is not contraband because: a. the item is too small to qualify as contraband b. the item is one that can be commonly owned c. the item has legal uses d. criminal intent is not provable 3. Narcotics addiction and alcoholism are not punishable as crimes because: a. there is no sufficient act involved to constitute a crime b. they are illnesses c. to do so would violate due process d. the sufferers act of their own free will 4. T F An animal may be used to commit a criminal act 5. T F A crime may be committed by doing nothing 6. T F A person always has a legal duty to act to save another whose life is in danger 7. The principles of “a person is presumed to intend the natural and probable consequences of his acts” and “the accused takes his victim as he finds
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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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