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Criminal law Chapter 6 Matters Affecting Criminal Responsibility Study Guide 1. Which of the following is/are the current test (s) of insanity: a. cognitive incapacity b. moral incapacity c. volitional incapacity d. all of the above 2. T F The prosecution must always prove an accused is sane in a criminal trial. 3. The two pronged cognitive incapacity and moral incapacity tests arose from the: a. Model Penal Code Case a. Durham Case b. M’Naghten Case c. Peel Case 4. T F Common law immunity may be granted only by a prosecutor but the judge in the case should be consulted 5. T F Voluntary intoxication is never a valid defense 6. The statute of limitations for an offense will stop running when: a. an arrest warrant has been issued b. an indictment has been issued c. the accused becomes a fugitive from justice d. any of the above 7. Mistake of fact will not operate as a defense when: a. the offense is mala in se b. the offense is committed through culpable negligence c. the offense is committed through recklessness d. the act is committed in good faith
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8. If Williams, a bank teller, talks his neighbor, Johnson, into robbing a
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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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