ten - Criminal law Chapter 10 Study Guide 1. Larceny is a...

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Criminal law Chapter 10 Study Guide 1. Larceny is a crime against a. ownership b possession b. custody c. control 2. Which of the following can never be the object of a larceny? a. trees b. land c. electricity d. animals 3. Under common law, “joy riding” is generally not larceny because: a. it is a crime against ownership b. there is no provable intent to permanently deprive c. it cannot be shown that the value of the property is worth more than $50. d. there is no asportation 4. Jones finds a $10 bill in the parking lot outside his office. If he decides to keep it, he has not committed larceny because: a. his possession is legal b. the property was abandoned c. there was no intent to permanently deprive d. there was no asportation 5. Embezzlement is a crime against: a. ownership b. possession c. custody d. control 6. Harris rents a car which he later sells. His crime is: a. larceny b. embezzlement c. false pretenses
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d. larceny by trick 7. T F In most jurisdictions, one who steals property may not also
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